Wawel and Vistula river | International Conferences and Entertainment Centre (ICE)
Skałka* and Kazimierz** | Public transport | Airport transfers
*Skałka in Polish means “small rock” and in this case, it’s a place where the Church of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr and Pauline Fathers Monastery is placed.
** Kazimierz is a historical area of Kraków and Kraków Old Town
Well Well’s building sits on a quiet street, away from the hustle and bustle of main city arteries, and a stone’s throw from the city center and the main tourist attractions. All you need to do is walk across the bridge and in ten minutes you are at the Wawel Castle, where you can start exploring the Old Town. You might also go to Skałka, where many visitors like to start their exploration of Kazimierz with all its antiquities, pubs, restaurants and inimitable atmosphere.
Five minutes’ walk from our building, you will find two great examples of modern architecture: Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology and the International Conferences and Entertainment Centre (ICE), which hosts not only business meetings but also concerts of world-renown musicians. There are many bus and tram stops in the vicinity, with about 20 lines to choose from, including direct connections to Tauron Arena Kraków (an indoor sports/entertainment arena), rail station, airport and also to Tyniec (historic village famous for its Benedictine Abbey) or Łagiewniki (famous for the Divine Mercy Sanctuary).
Regardless of the purpose of your visit, we are always ready to help you plan the best route to your destination. For your convenience, we have also made arrangements for door-to-door airport transfers, with one price and no surprises.
Local life revolves around the Dębnicki market, which offers fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as other products. You’ll also find groceries, pharmacy, post office and ATM in the vicinity.