Below there is a sample itinerary of a 3-4 day stay of a group in Krakow. However, the offer is always customized and can be modified and varied in many ways – according to your requirements.

SAMPLE ITINERARY OF A 3-4 DAY VISIT OF A GROUP IN KRAKOW


DAY 1

  • Arrival to Krakow, transfer from the airport
  • Lunch break / time for rest
  •  ‘Say hello to Krakow’ – ca. 3 hour Krakow city walk with our licensed guide. You will see the Wawel Hill with the former Royal Castle and Cathedral, the Royal Route, the Main Market Square with St Mary’s Church and the Cloth Hall, the Bishops’ Palace, the Jagiellonian University, the former Krakow fortifications with the Barbican
  • Free time for shopping
  • Dinner at one of the best regional Polish restaurants

DAY 2

  • Auschwitz-Birkenau Tour – visit to the former largest Nazi Concentration and extermination camp – transportation, tour leader escort on the way, visiting both parts of the museum with one of the most knowledgeable local museum guides, lunch break
  • ‘Rynek Underground’ Museum – the fantastic multimedia exhibition that presents the medieval history of Krakow in a very modern manner – located under the surface of the Main Market Square
  • Dinner at one of the best regional Polish restaurants

DAY 3

  • Jewish Heritage Tour and WW II in Krakow – ca. 4 hour guided tour of Kazimierz with the Old Jewish Quarter, the former Jewish Ghetto established by the Nazis and visiting the museum at the former Oskar Schindler’s Factory
  • Lunch break
  • Tour to Salt Mine of Wieliczka – the oldest one in Europe and inscribed onto the first UNESCO
  • World Heritage List – visiting the mine with a local guide, transportation – ca. 4 hours tour
  • Dinner & Folk Night at one of the best Cracow restaurants

DAY 4

  • Nowa Huta Tour – visiting of the district found by the communists after WW with a famous former Lenin Steelworks and unique socialist realist architecture II – city guide service, transportation and lunch at a typical ‘milk bar’ or the only communist style restaurant will be also organised
  • Ojcow & Pieskowa Skała Tour – Jurassic landscape tour with a visit to the smallest national park in Poland, located only 35 minutes drive from Krakow
  • Dinner
  • Transfer to the airport

Every tour can be varied and extended by many other venues/services such as:

  • Wadowice – the home town of Saint Pope John Paul II
  • Zakopane – a town located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains – Polish winter&mountain capital
  • Częstochowa – the Black Madonna Sanctuary
  • Religious Tours – visits to places of worship for different religions (the Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant Churches as well as synagogues and visits to abbeys and monasteries)
  • Jewish Heritage: the Podgorze District with the former Płaszow Nazi Concentration Camp, we can organise a meeting with the witness of the Holocaust or one of the Righteous Among the Nations, workshop at the Galicia Jewish Museum in Krakow, visit to the Jewish Community Centre combined with a lecture/discussion, Klezmer Music concert with a dinner at the Jewish Restaurant …
  • The Jagiellonian University Museum where you can see – among other things – the original devices used by the famous Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus …
  • ‘Close to nature’ – Ojcow National Park or any other Polish National Park, ‘Krakow Valleys’ Landscape Park, visit to the agro-tourist farm
  • Kosciuszko Mound – the best observation point in Krakow with the most beautiful panorama of the city – only 4 kilometres from the centre
  • Wooden Architecture Route – unique churches located in the mountain area inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Relax & Adventure: bowling, aquapark, hiking, cycling, music concerts …

                                                        … and many more – the options are virtually limitless …