Malopolskie is Little or Lesser Poland. In this region, you find a gently, rolling landscape with small hills and verdant valleys. There are medieval castle ruins and baroque palaces. You can visit the sanctuary at Częstochpwa or make a pilgrimage to the remains of the various Nazi Concentration Camps, including Auschwitz and Birkenau. The region offers much to explore. You can spend a week or only a weekend in Crackow. If you plan to visit Crackow, check in EasyToBook.com for hotel availability. At the same time look up Crackow tourism to ensure you know where to go and when.
Those who enjoy the outdoors and the scenery of a region will delight in Malopolskie, because venturing from a budget hotel in Malopolskie will put the visitor close to several national parks and wildlife reserves. In addition, some will want to visit the Wieliczka salt mine, or the oldest on the continent, Bochnia. Many residents here make their living in industries such as chemicals, coal and food processing. In recent years the economy has grown due to interest in banking and foreign finance. The area is also a popular destination for students and academic professionals, as Krakow alone has more than a dozen schools of higher education, including industry, music, agricultural and fine arts.