Krakow Guide - Karolinaby Stag Republic Tuesday, 04 May 2010
“Oh, sweet Caroline
Good times never seem so good…”
Introducing Stag Republic guide Karolina. She livens up any stag party, and will make sure you and your mates really have a great time. We asked her a few questions, so you can get to know her better:
What do you study?
In June I will complete my studies in marketing and tourism management. I really enjoy specialising in these two areas.
How long have you been working as a Stag Republic rep?
I’m quite new at Stag Republic. I started in January of this year. Working for Stag Republic gives me the opportunity between my studies to do what I love to do: practice my English and discover other cultures.
I like traveling very much and discovering new places. In my free time I go to the gym ( I do that twice a week). I also like riding my bike around my neighborhood. I also love reading my favourite authers - Paolo Coelo and Vladimir Nabokov.
Favourite Stag Republic activities? And why?
Because I’m new, I’ve only tried pistol shooting so far, but I like it very much. I gave it a try myself and it was much harder than I thought. I would love to try Go-Carting.
What’s the best thing about being a guide for Stag Republic?
I love getting to know different people, listen to their life stories, showing them around Krakow, and making sure they have maximum fun on all their activities.
What’s one thing you recommend each stag group MUST do when in Krakow?
Everyone should definitely check out Market Square, walk around the entre square enjoying the open-air cafés and people watching. In Spring I also recommend chilling out on the banks of the Vistula River. There are beautiful views of the city and of Wawel Castle.
What is your favourite restaurant, favourite bar, favourite spot to relax in Krakow?
The best restaurant in Krakow, in my opinion, is Baroque Restaurant & Cocktail Bar. In the morning they offer great coffee, fresh-squeezed juice and delicious snacks. They serve tasty lunches, magnificent evening dinners (fusion kitchen), and of course excellent cocktails. The restaurant is very classy, the interior combines elements of Baroque and modern design.
My favourite club is on Market Square - Cien Club - one of the most famous night clubs in Krakow. There are two dance floors with great house music. I especially like the ‘Ibiza’s Most Wanted’ evenings, when the best DJs from Ibiza and Poland rock the house. There are always loads of people and loads of fun!
Funniest stag group story:
All my groups are funny and nice.
Okay Karolina, we get it. We’ll wait till you do a few more tours to get a reeeeeally good anecdote out of you!
See you in Krakow soon!