Explore the UNESCO-listed former Nazi concentration camp, the place of terror, the symbol of Holocaust. Our guided tours in English lets you understand the sad fate of its prisoners. Choose among the whole variety of Auschwitz tours from Krakow. For better understanding the history of Auschwitz we suggest a visit with an educator. For this reason we would like to offer you our guided tour in English with a private, direct door-to-door transfer. If you want to take the Auschwitz tour from Krakow but you'd prefer to see it on your own, take a look at Self-guided tour from Krakow to Auschwitz.
Visit to the Auschwitz Memorial is surely a must-do when staying in Krakow. It's only 1,5hrs drive from Krakow, and you could experience the unforgettable time in one of the most important historic sites in Europe. The selection of Auschwitz tours will certainly help you to find the best offer.
Admire mysterious underground lakes, chapels, shafts, dozens of chambers, labyrinth of corridors, statues and sculptures – all carved out of the salt rock by the miners in the past 600 years. We invite you to the real world of wonders! The Wieliczka Salt Mine was inscribed onto the First UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage List in 1978. It reaches a depth of 327 meters and the mine passage is almost 300 km long! The Salt Mine continuously produced kitchen salt from the 13th century until 1996, being one of the world’s oldest operating salt mines. You can take the Salt Mine tour from Krakow in many languages and throughout the whole day. Every year it is visited by over one million tourists, being undoubtedly one of the most frequently visited sites in Poland.
Discover the charming beauty of the Royal Wawel Hill and let our guide take you on a real journey back in time! For almost six hundred years – since the 11th until the beginning of the 17th century – Krakow was the capital of Poland. The Royal Residence with the Castle and Cathedral was situated on the Wawel Hill. See our national heritage and feel the spirit of Poland. During visiting with our knowledgeable licensed guide you will see the Royal Cathedral which is the most important church in Poland and a former coronation place of our kings. Admire a beautiful panorama of Krakow from one of the cathedral’s towers and do not forget to touch nearly five hundred-year-old Sigismund Bell – that brings luck! Be lucky today and book one of ourKrakow City Tours or a Wawel Castle Tour.
Visit the Old Town of Krakow with our knowledgeable licensed city guide and walk along charming streets exploring the beauty of the Royal City! During this tour you will see all the highlights of the city centre including the Main Market Square, the Royal Route and the Royal Wawel Castle - all being a must while visiting Krakow. You will enter the town through the medieval St Florian’s Gate that has always been the main gateway leading to the city. You will see the Main Market Square with a centrally located Cloth Hall and a majestic, twin-spired St Mary’s Church from where there is a famous trumpet-call played every hour. Walking down the former Royal Route, passing dozens of medieval townhouses and churches you will reach the Wawel Hill – a dignified former residence of Polish kings with the Royal Castle and Cathedral. All that and much more you can experience by booking Krakow Old Town Guided Tour.
Together with the Old Town, the former Jewish Quarter in Kazimierz, the Ghetto from WW II and Schindler’s Factory Museum are absolutely must-see locations in Krakow. During one of these tours our expert guide will introduce you to the sites related to the unique Jewish Heritage and the history of the Second World War in Krakow.
For almost seven hundred years Krakow’s Kazimierz was inhabited by a large Jewish community. It was founded as a separate town south east of medieval Krakow where Jews had the right to settle down. Kazimierz became famous as the Jewish cultural centre. Today it is a central district of Krakow, where you can visit the synagogues, the former main square of the Jewish Quarter and many other interesting places.
Zakopane is located in the south of Poland at the foot of the Tatra Mountains – the most beautiful and the only Alpine-like mountain range in the country. This is only about two hours drive from Krakow and we will bring you to the most famous Poland’s mountain resort. It is a great place that thousands of tourists visit all year round. While being the most popular winter sports destination from December to March, for the rest of the year Zakopane attracts tourists with a splendid nature, rich folklore and unique wooden architecture. Your tour to Zakopane from Krakow could be done in many variants. In the summertime could be a full day tour to Zakopane together with the Dunajec River Rafting, or during the winter as our best-selling tour from Krakow, combined with the horse sleigh ride and bonfire.
Visit the former Oscar Schindler’s Factory with the modern multimedia exhibition devoted to the history of the Second World War. The museum established in 2010 in the original Factory’s administrative building is devoted to the history of WW II in Krakow. Visit one of the most interesting museums in Europe - the former Oscar Schindlers Enamel Factory. The unforgettable and touching multimedia exhibition entitled ‘Krakow under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945’ presents the wartime history in a very modern and accessible manner. You can take this tour alone or combined with Krakow City Tour or World War II tour devoted entirely to the wartime.
Understand the cynicism of the statement that in 1945 the Soviets liberated Poland ... Get to know how our life looked like under the Communism Regime and visit the district of Nowa Huta with the large complex of housing estates established by the communists after WWII. Nowadays, over 25 years after regaining freedom, more and more visitors are coming to Nowa Huta. Take a private tour with our top guide - a real wealth of information on that period of Poland’s history. See the large complex of housing estates truly a gem and an urban masterpiece for its time. Learn about the tragedy and all the unbelievable inconveniences of our everyday life under the communist occupation.