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Zakopane is a charming town situated at the foot of the majestic Tatra mountains. One of the most famous tourist destinations in Poland.
It is Poland's smallest national park. The park is very famous for its numerous caves. Ojców National Park is characterized by deep valleys, steep hillsides and a variety of rock formations.
Dunajec Rafting Trip is an unique experience in Europe. The trial has about 18 km length and it provides amazing views of landscapes and monuments placed at the Dunajec River banks.
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PLAN YOUR VISIT. KRAKOW PRIVATE TOURS & TRANSFERS
Why we? Good question. Let me explain. We specialize in organizing tours in the most popular places in south Poland.
Access to Cracow will provide professional and safe transport services wherever you want. No matter what the purpose of your visit is, you can always rely on our creativity and professionalism to make your experience in Krakow an everlasting memory. We will be pleased to help you to organize individual and groups tours or transfers. Our tours grew out of a love for the area in which we live. With us, you can discover the Krakow area that you won't find in the guidebooks. We know how service should be done!
Kazimierz- the district south of the Old Town. For many centuries Kazimierz was widely known as the home of the largest Jewish commune in Europe. Kazimierz was systematically destroyed during World War II. In the communist era, Kazimierz became one of Kraków’s dodgiest districts. Rediscovered in the 1990s, thanks to the fall of the communism. Kazimierz began its rebound. Every corner of Kazimierz is the witness of history. Today probably Kraków’s most exciting district. The key to the understanding of the popularity that Kazimierz enjoys today is its tolerance: two nations, two great religions existed here for centuries in harmony.
Oscar Schindler's Enamel Factory- the branch of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. Factory tells the story of Krakow under German occupation in World War II. Is located in the post-industrial district of Krakow- Zabłocie, at the administrative building of the former factory of enamelled vessels, known as Oscar Schindler Deutsch Emailwarenfabrik.
Admission to the exhibition is free on Mondays, however, the number of tickets is limited.
PLAN YOUR VISIT. 3 days in Krakow.
As you’ve likely heard, one of its top tourist attraction in Poland is a Salt Mine located in Wieliczka- a small city about 15 km to the south-east. Approximately 1.5 million people visit Wieliczka Salt Mine each year. The first official tourist trail opened underground here way back in the mid-19th century. Visiting this underground realm can be done in a number of ways. The Most popular is the traditional "Tourist Route" which covers the most impressive parts of the mine. Including ancient mining tools and technology, numerous majestic chambers and chapels. The highlight of the tour is the magnificent 22,000m³ St. Kinga’s Chapel dating from the 17th century.
The journey from Krakow to Wieliczka should take around 30 minutes Tours are arranged with a guide in different languages. Be prepared to do a lot of walking (comfortable shoes).
The temperature in the mine is around 14-16 degrees. Your tour begins in earnest by descending 380 wooden stairs to the first level 64 m underground.
Of nine levels, the tour only takes you to the first three (max. depth of 135 m). With the 4 km covered during the 3-hour tour comprising a mere 2% of this underground city.
PLAN YOUR VISIT. 3 days in Krakow.
For centuries the town of Oświęcim was a quiet town, That changed with WWII when Oświęcim, known as ‘Auschwitz’ under German occupation, became the chosen site of the largest death camp in the Third Reich. Between 1.1 million and 1.5 million people were exterminated here. A 2 July 1947 Act of the post-war Polish Parliament established the Auschwitz- Birkenau State Museum on the ground of the two extant parts of the camp Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II Birkenau. The site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979.
Visit Auschwitz Museum is almost a must if you are in Krakow. If you’ve decided to visit Auschwitz, you basically have two options: join a guided tour at the museum or visit independently for free without a guide. Unfortunately, a new online reservation system now makes the first option much more difficult than in the past. All visits must now be booked in advance through the website visit.auschwitz.org. As a result, you may find there are no tickets available. The unavailability of tickets online doesn’t mean you can’t visit Auschwitz when you want, but it does basically force you to sign up for a tour through an outside provider.
Today, the city is known to be Poland's first tourist destination. It is often the case that a tourist has no enough time to see a place that is worth to visit. This is just what we want to recommend to you: a look at Krakow that will let you breathe the atmosphere of the city.
Currency: Polish Zloty (PLN)
Language: Polish (travelling around Poland you shouldn’t have any problems communicating in basic English.
Local time: Krakow and Poland is Central European Standard Time (CEST) which is GMT + 1hour
John Paul II International Airport Krakow- Balice is located 17 km west of the city centre. The journey takes approx 25 minutes to drive from the airport to the centre of Krakow or Kazimierz district. The following airlines operate service to/ from Krakow: Air Berlin, Austrian Airlines, Easy Jet, Euro lot, Finn air, Jet2.com, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Ryanair.
Katowice airport is an alternative airport located about 100 km from Krakow.
Krakow Główny/ Dworzec Główny PKP is the Central Train Station in Krakow and is located just outside the Old Town. It is connected to other cities in Poland and the rest of Europe.
Take a walk on the Main Market Square. Krakow's medieval Main Market Square is still the heart and the soul of the city. Don' t miss the Wawel Hill (included Castle and Cathedral).