Leisure trip to Cracow and the surroundings

Explore the former capital of Poland

Description

Cracow is one of Europe's finest cities and seduces with its charm at first sight. Cracow's rich history, many monuments, and interesting surroundings make it a perfect destination for any group! Below you will find a sample itinerary.

Programme

Day 1
Arrival in Cracow
Day 2
The day begins with a tour in Old Town accompanied by English-speaking guides. In the programme: Admission to St. Mary's Church, guiding the Wawel Royal Castle and Cathedral. In the evening we invite you to a concert with Chopin's music.
Day 3
First, a visit to the UNESCO world heritage site of the Wieliczka Salt Mine. A small lunch will be followed by the second part of the guided tour in Cracow at the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz as well as the Jewish ghetto in Podgórze. This comes with admission to Schindler's Factory, a museum. The day ends with the Klezmer music, served with dinner at a Jewish restaurant.
Day 4
This day is dedicated entirely to the trip to Oświęcim. During the visit to the former concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, the group will see the main camp, loading dock, and ruins of the gas chamber. The afternoon is at leisure.
Day 5
Departure

Accommodation

Depending on the needs and budget of the group we offer 3-, 4- or 5-star hotels.
All in the center of Cracow and in the immediate area of the attractions!