Guided walk around Krakow – tour of the Main Square and its surroundings: St. Mary’s Church with Veit Stoss altarpiece, the Cloth Hall, former city walls with characteristic fortified buildings, charming courtyards, the royal road, Planty Park – a special kind of Krakow’s garden around the Old Town.
Visit to the Wieliczka Salt Mine – this unique complex hides such sites as an underground chapel and numerous sculptures and decorations made entirely of salt. The guide will tell you about the long history of salt mining, as well as local traditions and legends.
Sightseeing of Krakow with licensed guide – Wawel Hill: cathedral with its interiors (view from the top tower, Royal Tombs), The Royal Castle, walking along the Vistulan Boulevards with Wawel Dragon Sculpture and Cave.
Walk around the charming district called Kazimierz, which used to be the center of Jewish culture in Krakow.
Visit to Auschwitz – this concentration camp has become a symbol of the tragedy of World War II. Today, it is a place of remembrance of more than a million people, mostly Jews, but also Poles, Romani and other Europeans, who died there.
Trip to the Ojców National Park – an extraordinary combination of historical and natural wonders. The ruins of the medieval castle of Casimir the Great, a walk through the ravines among picturesque limestone outliers and the only castle which has survived from the Swedish Deluge with a Mannerist garden and an impressive courtyard.
Trip to the Energylandia – the largest amusement park in Poland with a water park. Attractions for all.
Supplementing the program by the group’s choice: additional visits to the interior of the facilities, extended sightseeing of Krakow with further districts and additional attractions.