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Belfast Telegraph travel offers: Krakow Mini Break

2 nights in a city centre 3 star hotel including breakfast. Prices from £129 per person

Krakow remained hidden behind a curtain of communism for much of the 20th century but has now emerged to become a star city break destination. Almost untouched by the physical ravages of modern war, it retains its medieval street pattern and a superb range of architecture from across the centuries. At its heart, the Main Square and magnificent Cloth Hall are the focus for a vibrant city with many excellent cafes and restaurants and a plethora of museums and galleries. Together with the University, the impressive Wawel Castle and the fascinating Jewish Quarter they lend Krakow its rightful sobriquet - the "cultural capital" of Poland.

Departing from January to March 2011. Prices include:

  • Direct flights from Belfast and Dublin to Krakow and return
  • Airport taxes and hand baggage only
  • 2 nights in a central 3 star hotel including breakfast*
  • ATOL bonded for your peace of mind
  • Fully flexible travel “tailor made” to suit you
  • Extra nts, hotel upgrades and checked luggage available at a supplement

*Prices based on two people sharing a twin/double bedded room

Call: 0844 571 1077

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