Krakow, Kraków, Cracow, Krakow – call it whichever you want - a big welcome will be awaiting you on your visit to Poland's “cultural capital”.
Krakow is a city wrapped in legend, where time flows differently and where every moment becomes a moment of history. For centuries Krakow was the capital of Poland, the seat of kings, drawing great scholars and artists from the whole world. Their talents and imagination have left the city with a rich legacy of unique historical monuments, reflecting the most important trends in European culture.
We’ll be visiting the Renaissance Royal Castle and the Cathedral at Wawel hill - with the original Dragon and its cave, the Royal Coronation Route (Kanonicza Street), the Gothic St Mary’s Basilica, the shops and stalls in the historical Cloth Hall (“Sukiennice”), St. Florian Gate and Barbican, City Walls, the Jewish Quarter and synagogues in Kazimierz, mysterious streets of the Old Town, the ancient Jagiellonian University and St. Francis´ Church with the copy of Turin shroud, the gallery of amber Boruni, cafes, pubs and restaurants…
… and also the fascinating Salt-Mine House in Wieliczka and the notorious concentration camp at Auschwitz and Birkenau...
Wed 1 March 2017
- transport by bus, accommodation with breakfast, service fee
- NOT INCLUDED: entrance fees (ca 80-90 PLN)