Accommodation in Małopolska

Accommodation in Małopolska – Looking for a place to stay in Małopolska, Poland. If you want to know more about each accommodation please click on the link provided. As an alternative to staying in a town or city Poland also provides a place to stay in a rural setting through the Polish Rural Tourism Federation.

This is a just a selection of accommodation available in Małopolska, you can click on the city, town or village for more information. If you are searching on the internet for places to stay in Małopolska you might want to use the word “nocleg“.

Place Name Type
Alwernia Gala Hotel
Andrychów Miodowy Raj Agroturystyka
Biecz Villa Historia Bed & Breakfast
Bobowa Zajazd Ostoja Inn
Bochnia    
Brzesko    
Brzeszcze    
Bukowina Tatrzańska    
Bukowno    
Chełmek    
Chochołow    
Chrzanów    
Ciężkowice    
Czchów    
Dąbrowa Tarnowska    
Dobczyce Hotel Podzamcze Hotel & Restaurant ***
Gdów Chata Gieda Hotel & Restaurant
Gorlice    
Grybów    
Jordanów    
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska    
Kęty    
Kraków Hotel Grodek Hotel ****
Krynica-Zdrój    
Krzeszowice    
Libiąż    
Limanowa    
Maków Podhalański    
Miechów Zajazd Miechus Hotel **
Mszana Dolna    
Muszyna    
Myślenice    
Place Name Type
Niepołomice    
Nowy Sącz Hotel Panorama Hotel ***
Nowy Targ    
Nowy Wiśnicz    
Olkusz    
Oświęcim Dworek Galicyjski Agroturism
Piwniczna-Zdrój    
Proszowice    
Rabka-Zdrój    
Ryglice    
Skała    
Skawina    
Słomniki    
Stary Sącz    
Sucha Beskidzka    
Sułkowice    
Świątniki Górne    
Szczawnica    
Szczucin    
Tarnów    
Trzebinia    
Tuchów    
Wadowice    
Wieliczka    
Wojnicz    
Wolbrom    
Żabno    
Zakliczyn    
Zakopane Chata Walczaków B & B
Zator    
     

 

 

Małopolska

Accommodation

The Małopolska region has every type of accommodation available from simple rooms to the grand hotels and everything in between.

Accommodation in Małopolska

 

Regional Food

One of the delights of travelling is to sample the food of the part of the world you are visiting. Małopolska will not be a disappointment to your palette.

Regional Food Małopolska

Highlights

City Break
Kraków is at the heart of Małopolska and each year thousands of tourists descend on the city to experience the sites and sounds and taste the food on offer. Although, it now has an abundance of fast food outlets and all the modern shops that you can find in any other European city, if you seek out the traditional Polish restaurants and explore it’s ancient Jewish quarter, you will discover the real historic capital of Poland.
Nowa Hutta
A place where locals will not most likely send you as this was where during the communism era, an industrial estate was established north east of Kraków.

However, it is well worth a visit as there are the Renaissance and Baroque stylised edifices of Tadeusz Sendzimir Administrative Centre along with Cistercian Abbey found in Mogiła village.

Nowy Sącz
Two rivers flowing from the Carpathian mountains meet here, Kamienica and the Dunajec. Worth a visit if you are heading to the mountains as there is the remnants of a castle and the Gothic collegiate church of St.Margaret built at the turn of the 14th and 15th century. Other sites can be found on the Nowy Sącz page.
Subterranean Kingdom of Salt
Wieliczka and Bochnia are possible the worlds best examples of what can be done artistically to a salt mine. Easily accessible from Kraków there are arranged tours that will take you deep underground to experience a carved domain that is unmissable. You will need good legs for this one as there are many steps!
National Parks
Małopolska has 6 National Parks and 11 Landscape Parks awaiting your discovery with about 53% of the region having protected status. There is even a desert. The Bledowska Sands is Central Europe’s largest accumulation of loose sand in an area away from any sea.
On foot, cycling or on horseback
This region is full of hiking trails and is very popular in the Carpathian Mountains. A number of cycle routes criss cross the province. The Polish are great horse lovers so it is not surprising that bridal ways take their pride of place in Małopolska.
Winter
53 skiing stations welcome winter sports people to the region catering for all ages and abilities. Since 1980 the Zakopane Ski-jumping Word Cup has taken place each year.
Traditions
Małopolska is a diverse region with Cracovians in the north and Highlanders in the south. Many of the old traditions survive to the present day with festivals, saints days and traditional food still flourishing.
Wooden Delights
With about 30% of Poland given over to forests even today, wooden architecture plays a significant roll in the present day and the past. The Carpathian Mountains are a flush with spruce, fir and larch forests as well as the broad leaf oak and beech. The Małopolska Wooden Architecture Route stretching for some 1500km includes 248 buildings with about 50 available for viewing in summer.
Małopolska UNESCO Route
UNESCO sites in Poland five of which are located within this region.

Accommodation in Małopolska – Poland Travel Guide

Tatra Mountains in southern Poland