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Rooms and Suites Maniana invite you to stay in Cracow.
Persons who intend to visit Krakow we invite you to take advantage of offers convenient accommodation our rooms and suites. On our part we guarantee professional service and time. If you think about the drawdown of a hotel room or apartment, this well you have visited. In our dull comfort and freedom. We charge per room, not person.
We offer rooms for 2 or 4 persons. It is also possible to rent the entire floors, for a total of 14 people.
Welcome to the rooms and suites at our accommodation. In the event of any questions or concerns please contact us.
Krakow - municipal borough in southern Poland, the seat of the Malopolska Province, the second in the country in terms of the number of inhabitants and the surface. Krakowski Metropolitan Area counts 1 468 427 inhabitants. Situated on the Vistula River, in the Gateway Krakow, suburbs of Nidziańskiej and Karpackie Zachodniobeskidzkiego. Is one of the oldest Polish cities with more than a thousand years of history, has valuable objects architecture, operates a number of institutions and cultural places collecting precious monuments. For 1795, Krakow was formally the capital of Poland and to 1611. Based Polish monarchs. In the years 1596-1795, means to the third partition of Poland, as the capital of the Republic of capital functions he has with Warsaw, which became the city of rezydencjalnym king.Now is the capital of the Malopolska Province and central center metropolitan agglomerations Krakow. In the historical records is considered to be the main city historical Malopolska. To the historic features of Krakow refers to his full name official - Warsaw Royal City of Krakow is legally by the Council of Ministers and previously by the supreme state authorities II Republic Of which used this name in their legislation.