Krakow is the most popular and most visited Polish city. Its beautiful buildings, numerous monuments and beautiful location make the City of Kings a perfect choice for everyone. The city and its surroundings offer many attractions, and we have chosen the most important ones for you.
Our tour offer:
- a walk from the Barbican to Wawel Castle along the Royal Road
- a tour of the Royal Castle, the centuries-old seat of kings and the symbol of Polish statehood. The Wawel Royal Castle offers sightseeing tours of, among others, the Dragon's Den, the Sandomierz Tower, the Wawel Gardens, the Private Royal Apartments, the Crown Treasury and the Armory, the Representative Royal Chambers.
- a walk to the Main Market Square along Kanonicza and Grodzka Streets. The history of the Market Square dates back to the 13th century – it is the largest (4 hectares) square in Krakow, and one of the largest market squares in Europe.
- a walk through the Main Market Square, in the vicinity of which there are important monuments of Krakow, such as St Mary's Basilica, the Cloth Hall, the Church of St Adalbert and the Town Hall Tower. In 2010, a branch of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow, the Underground of the Main Market Square, was opened, the entrance to which is located in the Cloth Hall.
- St Mary's Basilica. One of the largest and most important, after Wawel Cathedral, churches of Krakow, it is a monumental, Gothic building. The bugle call, played every hour from the Marian tower, is also popular among tourists.
- Cloth Hall - a great tourist attraction. Downstairs, there are stalls with jewellery, handicrafts and souvenirs, while the upper level is occupied by exhibitions of the Gallery of Polish Painting and Sculpture of the 19th century.
- sightseeing of the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz, starting with the Synagogues – Old, Remah, Tempel and Kupa – crossing the New Square, with a must-have break for the famous grilled cheese baguettes at Endzior’s
- Schindler's Factory. The intention of the Museum is to show the history of the Lipowa Street factory. The heroism of the owner of this plant, Oskar Schindler, helped to save over a thousand Jews from inevitable extermination
- Ride in a Trabant and visit Nowa Huta with Crazy Guides
- A tour of the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine, a priceless monument of the world's material culture, added to the First UNESCO World Heritage List in 1978.
- A tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau. The Museum is located at the site of the former Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.
By choosing our package you gain:
- accommodation in comfortable rooms
- stay in the city center
- extensive, served breakfast
- unlimited Wi-Fi access