- 157 rooms
- 345 beds
The Student House Zeitraum Koszykarska is located at Podgórze district – a very dynamic and developing area of the city, that stretches on the right bank of the Vistula river. Despite its proximity to the bustling center of Krakow, it has numerous green and recreational areas.
The nearest bus stop (Koszykarska) is 300 meters away. The Old Town and famous Kazimierz district are accessible by public transport in approximately 35 minutes. Commuting to the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Cracow Academy and the Academy of Physical Education takes around 15 minutes. Cracow University of Technology, The University of Economics and Jagiellonian University can be reached in around 30 minutes.
We have several room types, such as private single rooms, double rooms, or shared rooms for three persons.
You can cook your meal in one of our 11 modern and equipped shared kitchens. A laundry room with 4 washing machines and a tumble dryer are at your service. We have created silent spaces and a reading room for those who need to study. Or you can enjoy your time in two rooms with a large ULTRA HD TV, billiard, table football, and board games. If you want to be physically active, there is a mini gym ready for you.
- Bus stop (Koszykarska) (300 meters)
- Train station (12 min) from the tram stop (Kuklińskiego)
- Grocery store 06:00-23:00 (50 m)
- ATM near the entrance
- Main Square, and the Old Town (35 minutes by public transport)
Bars, restaurants and clubs
- Park Płaszów Garden
24/7 reception support & security
High speed WiFi
11 shared kitchens, common rooms with ULTRA HD TV, laundry room, mini gym, reading room
One card for everything - Front door, Room door
- from 410 EUR / month
- from 245 EUR/pax / month
- from 210 EUR/pax / month
Single room for people with disabilities
- from 410 EUR / month
Live and study in Krakow means experiencing the culture and history of a city considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. You will enjoy its gastronomy and the friendly approach of locals.
Płaszów area is a part of the biggest district of Krakow called Podgórze. You can find unusual monuments and tourist attractions, such as Krak Mound or Bagry lagoon there.
With plenty to see and do, you could easily spend a whole day walking around Podgórze or along the river.
The Bernatek Footbridge is a quick way to get to Kazimierz district, the former Jewish district, where you can find shopping centers, restaurants, and bars.