Best things to do in Cracow …
Best things to do in Cracow …
Holidays in Kraków give you an unique opportunity to discover the most beautiful and interesting places in Poland. Have a look on the following tours and pick those that intrests you the most! All tours are available in several languages (english, german, french, spanish) and offer pick up from our hotel. For further information, please contact the reception desk.
We would like to invite you for unforgettable sightseeing tour of Krakow. There is no better way to experience the spirit of the city than walking along its streets. Our guides will walk with you through remains of the city’s medieval walls and some of Poland’s most charming streets up to Wawel Royal Castle. Discover more than you can read in any guidebook.
The site of one of history’s most horrific crimes, Auschwitz – Birkenau embodies tragedy, inhumanity and the survival of the will. Today the museum stands testament to the inconceivable atrocities of Second World War while paying tribute to the thousands of lives unjustly taken within.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of Europe’s oldest functioning underground facilities. Started in the early Middle Ages, the mine attracts thousands of tourists each year. Visitors will be awestruck by the chapels, reliefs and freestanding sculptures carved from salt rock walls, in addition saline underground lakes and archaeological displays.
Visit the capital of the highlands with the most breathtaking views in Poland! Zakopane, Poland’s top ski resort and hiking destination is situated at the foot of the Tatra mountains. It attracts tourists not only because of its fascinating culture and wooden architecture, but also because of its beautiful trails, sparkling lakes with crystal clean water, cascading waterfalls, mysterious caves and a plethora of fauna and flora.
Kazimierz, established in the 14th century, became the historical centre of Kraków’s Jewish religious and social life. The district became internationally known when it was used by Steven Spielberg in his Oscar winning film, Schindler’s list.
We’ll drive You out of the city to explore the green, rocky valleys of the smallest Polish National Park. You’ll visit the most beautiful place in the surroundings of Krakow, dotted with Jurassic rock formations, wild creeks, and winding roads that lead to one of the pearls of Polish renaissance architecture – the Pieskowa Skała Castle.
On this tour we will visit the Black Madonna Shrine devoded to St. Mary in the town of Częstochowa the most important and the largest pilgrimage centre in Poland. Dating back to 14th century, the Jasna Góra Monastery quickly assumed great worth for Poles, both historically and religiously. The famous painting of Black Madonna, reputed to have miracolous powers, is the most highly-prised reigious symbol in Poland.
Make a Trip to Wadowice, where the late Pope John Paul II was born. We will visit his family house and parish church. The same tour will also take you to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, the internationally famous 16th century complex of 42 chapels, hidden in a beautiful forest.