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Meet your Local Hero

In Krakow your friendly local hero is Igor. Before your trip he’ll be in touch to help you prepare for your working vacation and answer any questions. When you arrive Igor will meet you and show you around town. The whole time you’re in Krakow he’s always ready to assist and just a phone call away.

Customized Workation Packages

From $1,495 per person per month, based on 2 people sharing and including:

Work-friendly accommodation

Welcome Essentials

High-speed Internet

Airport Arrival Transfer

Local Hero Support

Orientation Walk

Personalized City Guide

Local SIM Card

Public Transport Pass

Weekly Apartment Cleaning

Airport Departure Transfer

Upgrade your working vacation in Krakow with…

Gym Membership

Personal Trainer

Co-working Pass

Food Tour

Day Trip From the City

Car Rental

Spa Day

Weekend Getaway

Tech Rental

Laundry & Dry-cleaning

Grocery Delivery

Where to Stay in Krakow

We have meticulously selected the best accommodations in Krakow. These options will provide you with all the comforts of home as well as the ideal work space to be productive. We realize not one size fits all so we offer options in four different neighborhoods to suit a variety of preferences. We have indicated the vibe you can expect from the area along with its corresponding location on the map. Please scroll through the images to get a taste of the type of accommodations you can expect in those areas.

Piasek Polnoc

 Local but central

Park Strzelecki

Green at your doorstep 

Why Choose Krakow
for your Workation?

Charming old town

Compact, cozy & walkable 

Friendly welcoming locals 

Young creative population

Hearty tasty local food 

Auschwitz & Salt Mines 

Fairytale old town

Krakow is about as charming as it gets, the impressive market square is the center of city life with cobblestone streets flowing from it that are covered with atmospheric restaurants, bars and cafes. If you are looking for compact, cozy and walkable Krakow provides convenience with lots to explore. Polish people are fun and welcoming so you can expect to make friends easily here. 

A culture of creativity

Krakow is a university town which sparks creativity and a welcoming start up culture as well as a happening nightlife. When the weather is warm it is hard to find a better atmosphere in Europe than the evenings in the market square and the hip Kazimierz district should also not be missed. Krakow is full of green areas highlighted by paths along the river ideal for a jog or a cycle.

Polish classics and much more

Expect hearty and tasty local food at wallet-friendly prices, you might be familiar with Polish classics such as kielbasa and pierogies. A Krakow favorite you don’t want to miss is zapiekanka. Think of it as Polish pizza, While the Poles love their vodka, the craft beer scene is lively too. Beyond the local favorites, Krakow has a surprising amount of cuisine options so you won’t be starved for variety.

Day Trips

Two important UNESCO sites are close by. A visit to Auschwitz is a moving experience and the Wieliczka Salt Mine is an impressive feat of devotion by salt miners who carved out chapels and churches underground. Zakopane in the Polish Tatras is perfect if you want to get some fresh mountain air. A winter sports paradise that transforms into a hiker’s heaven in summer.

Weekend getaways

Poland has so much to offer beyond Krakow that there may be no reason to leave the country. The capital Warsaw, or Krakow’s smaller brother, the student city of Wroclaw are only a short drive or train ride away. Hop on a low-cost flight or even with a longer drive you could be in Lviv, the funnest city in Ukraine, buzzing Budapest in Hungary or elegant Prague, the Czech capital.