Your dream, cheap student accommodation in Kraków
If you’re looking for more of a luxury student accommodation, the district of Podgórze seems like a good choice. This part of town boasts freshly renovated tenement homes, as well as newly developed, rather posh apartments, and it is conveniently close to the Old Town, with all the clubs and pubs within walking distance. By many standards, just the perfect location for temporary Erasmus accommodation.
Private student accommodation in the calm parts of Kraków
If you don’t mind a longer ride to the center (30 min by tram) and would swap the distance for easier access to green spaces and well-designed community architecture, then Ruczaj could be the dream place for your student accommodation. Many residents of this part of the city enjoy its thoughtful design and accessibility of a range of shops and restaurants. If you’re coming to Kraków in warmer months, you can also enjoy bike rides to the national parks located nearby Ruczaj.
Summer student accommodation in Kraków’s bohemian center
For those who want to make the best out of Lesser Poland’s capital unique beauty and history, the perfect place to hunt for a student room would be somewhere around the district of Kazimierz. This very old Jewish quarter is conveniently located right next to the Old Town, yet offers a distinct atmosphere of a uniquely well-preserved 14-century city, with refreshed old homes, Jewish restaurants, antique bookstores, synagogues and prayer houses, as well as the biggest Jewish cultural festival in Europe. As the neighborhood attracts thousands of tourists looking for authentic cultural and historical experience, furnished student apartments are in abundance around Kazimierz.
Student studio apartments in Krowodrza
There’s one more part of town you’ll surely hear of, which students love for a lot of reasons. Fully furnished student accommodation in Kraków’s Krowodrza is most convenient for those of you who will study at pretty much any of the city’s higher education institutions, as this is where most of the universities, colleges, and polytechnics are located. And with students come other amenities - theaters, museums, libraries, cultural clubs and sports halls of all kinds. That’s just the perfect choice for those of you who plan on leading a vibrant social and cultural life while in Kraków.