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Auschwitz- Birkenau tour with private transfer

See Auschwitz- the biggest Nazi Extermination Camp and learn about the Holocaust.

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It is a world class monument, featuring among twelve objects on the UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.

 

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Main Market Square


One of the largest medieval squares in Europe (200x200m). It was set out back in 1257.
⦁    The Cloth Hall- the Gothic-Renaissance building
⦁    The Town Hall Tower- was constructed at the turn of the 13/14th centuries; the tower is 70meters high.
⦁    St. Mary's Basilica- with one of the largest altars in Europe.
⦁    The Church of St. Adalbert- small Romanesque church, with its origins dating back to the 10th century.

 

Wawel Hill


The Wawel Royal Castle and the Hill constitute the most historically and culturally important site in Poland.

  • Royal Castle is a mixture of Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance styles.

The gothic Wawel Castle in Krakow was built at the behest of Casimir III the Great and consists of a numbr of structures situated around an irregular courtyard.
For centuries the residence of the kings of Poland and the symbol of Polish statehood.
The Castle is now one of the country's premier art museums.

  • The Cathedral- the Ghotic structure surrounded by 19 Ghotic, Renaissance and Baroque chapels.

The church hosted 37 royal coronations and almost all Polish kings are buried here.

 

Kościuszko Mound


Kościuszko Mound in Krakow, erected by Cracovians in commemoration of the Polish national leader Tadeusz Kościuszko. It is one of Krakow's four mounds. It was completed in November 1823. At the top, there is a granite boulder bearing the inscription “Kościuszce” (To Kościuszko), brought from the Tatra Mountains. Inside the mound, urns were buried with soil from the Polish and American battlefields where Kościuszko fought.

 

 

Plaszow Concentration Camp


Plaszow forced labour camp was located 10 kilometres outside the city centre of Cracow. The camp of Plaszow was originally designed to be a work camp. However, like many other Nazi camps, shortages of food existed, prisoners, starved or were worked to death, or summarily shot for no reason. The camp was built on the site of two Jewish cemeteries and the Nazis used the tombstones as building materials.
Plaszow labour camp is featured in Schindler's List movie.
Memorial of Torn- Out Hearts
This memorial depicts five figures representing the five countries of Płaszów's victims, with heads bent under the weight of the massive stone block from which they are carved and a horizontal crack across their chests, symbolising their abruptly ended lives. The large Polish inscription across the back of the monument reads, “To the memory of the martyrs murdered by the Nazi perpetrators of genocide in the years 1943-45.”

 

 

Ghetto area


The main feature of the Ghetto Heroes Square is a monument which was erected in 2005 on the site of a former Jewish ghetto to commemorate the heroes and victims that lost their lives during the Nazi occupation.
The monument spreads across the entire square and features 70 empty chairs, each of which represents the furniture that was left behind when the Jewish population was evacuated and herded to concentration camps in the death trains.

 

 

The Oskar Schindler Enamelled Goods Factory


Schindler Factory was re-opened to the public as a world-class museum in 2010.

A Museum placed in the old factory which belonged to Oscar Schindler, a German entrepreneur, who saved the lives of over 1200 Jewish employees from his factory. Oscar Schindler, his factory, and the fate of its Jewish workforce feature prominently in the museum. The exhibition tells about the Nazi occupation in Krakow as well as the life and sacrifice of Oscar Schindler. The Museum belongs to the most modern and interesting sites in Poland.

The story of Oscar Schindler and his employees is one which has been well-known since Steven Spielberg's film Schindler’s List- which was shot almost entirely in Kraków- brought it to audiences across the world in 1993.

 

 

 

District of Kazimierz

 

Kazimierz was established in the 14th century by Casimir III the Great as a separate town. Between the 15th century and World War II, the north-east part of Kazimierz was a Jewish quarter. Kazimierz was entered into the 1978 UNESCO World Heritage List.

  • Old Synagogue

  • Remu Synagogue and Cemetery

  • Isaac Synagogue

  • Tempel Synagogue

  • Church of Corpus Christi

  • The Church of St. Catherine and Margaret

  • Pauline Church "On the rock"

 

Nowa huta

 

District of Krakow. The unique urban centre.
⦁    The Sanctuary of the Holy Cross in the Cisterian Monastery- one of Krakow's oldest sacred complexes dating back to 1225;
⦁    Church of St. Bartholomew dates back to 1466.

 

 

 

 

 

Catholic tour


Krakow which has long been the centre of the Polish state is also the heart of Polish Christianity.

  • The Church of St. Anne- the largest Baroque church of Krakow from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries

  • Dominican Church and Monastery

  • Franciscan Church and Monastery

  • Church of Corpus Christi- one of the largest churches in Krakow

  • The Church of St. Catherine and Margaret

  • Paulite Church "On the rock"

  • Church of St. Joseph

  • Benedictines Monastery in Tyniec

  • Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy in Krakow- Łagiewniki

  • John Paul II Centre "Do not be afraid!"

  • Sanctuary of the Holy Cross in Krakow- Mogiła

Main Market Square
One of the largest medieval squares in Europe (200x200m). It was set out back in 1257.
⦁    The Cloth Hall- the Gothic-Renaissance building
⦁    The Town Hall Tower- was constructed at the turn of the 13/14th centuries; the tower is 70meters high.
⦁    St. Mary's Basilica- with one of the largest altars in Europe.
⦁    The Church of St. Adalbert- small Romanesque church, with its origins dating back to the 10th century.


 

 

 

Wawel Hill

The Wawel Royal Castle and the Hill constitute the most historically and culturally important site in Poland.

  • Royal Castle is a mixture of Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance styles.

The Gothic Wawel Castle in Krakow was built at the behest of Casimir III the Great and consists of a number of structures situated around an irregular courtyard.
For centuries the residence of the kings of Poland and the symbol of Polish statehood.
The Castle is now one of the country's premier art museums.

  • The Cathedral- the Ghotic structure surrounded by 19 Ghotic, Renaissance and Baroque chapels.

The church hosted 37 royal coronations and almost all Polish kings are buried here.


 

 

Kościuszko Mound
Kościuszko Mound in Krakow, erected by Cracovians in commemoration of the Polish national leader Tadeusz Kościuszko. It is one of Krakow's four mounds. It was completed in November 1823. At the top, there is a granite boulder bearing the inscription “Kościuszce” (To Kościuszko), brought from the Tatra Mountains. Inside the mound, urns were buried with soil from the Polish and American battlefields were Kościuszko fought.


 

 

 

Plaszow Concentration Camp
Plaszow forced labour camp was located 10 kilometres outside the city centre of Cracow. The camp of Plaszow was originally designed to be a work camp. However, like many other Nazi camps, shortages of food existed, prisoners, starved or were worked to death, or summarily shot for no reason. The camp was built on the site of two Jewish cemeteries and the Nazis used the tombstones as building materials.
Plaszow labour camp is featured in Schindler's List movie.
Memorial of Torn- Out Hearts
This memorial depicts five figures representing the five countries of Płaszów's victims, with heads bent under the weight of the massive stone block from which they are carved and a horizontal crack across their chests, symbolising their abruptly ended lives. The large Polish inscription across the back of the monument reads, “To the memory of the martyrs murdered by the Nazi perpetrators of genocide in the years 1943-45.”


 

 

Ghetto area
The main feature of the Ghetto Heroes Square is a monument which was erected in 2005 on the site of a former Jewish ghetto to commemorate the heroes and victims that lost their lives during the Nazi occupation.
The monument spreads across the entire square and features 70 empty chairs, each of which represents the furniture that was left behind when the Jewish population was evacuated and herded to concentration camps in the death trains.


 

 

 

The Oskar Schindler Enamelled Goods Factory.
Schindler Factory was re-opened to the public as a world-class museum in 2010.

A Museum placed in the old factory which belonged to Oscar Schindler, a German entrepreneur, who saved the lives of over 1200 Jewish employees from his factory. Oscar Schindler, his factory, and the fate of its Jewish workforce feature prominently in the museum. The exhibition tells about the Nazi occupation in Krakow as well as the life and sacrifice of Oscar Schindler. The Museum belongs to the most modern and interesting sites in Poland.

The story of Oscar Schindler and his employees is one which has been well-known since Steven Spielberg's film Schindler’s List- which was shot almost entirely in Kraków- brought it to audiences across the world in 1993.


 

 

District of Kazimierz

Kazimierz was established in the 14th century by Casimir III the Great as a separate town. Between the 15th century and World War II, the north-east part of Kazimierz was a Jewish quarter. Kazimierz was entered into the 1978 UNESCO World Heritage List.

  • Old Synagogue

  • Remu Synagogue and Cemetery

  • Isaac Synagogue

  • Tempel Synagogue

  • Church of Corpus Christi

  • The Church of St. Catherine and Margaret

  • Pauline Church "On the rock"


 

Nowa Huta

District of Krakow. The unique urban centre.
⦁    The Sanctuary of the Holy Cross in the Cistercian Monastery- one of Krakow's oldest sacred complexes dating back to 1225;
⦁    Church of St. Bartholomew dates back to 1466.

 


 

 

 

 

Catholic tour
Krakow which has long been the centre of the Polish state is also the heart of Polish Christianity.

  • The Church of St. Anne- the largest Baroque church of Krakow from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries

  • Dominican Church and Monastery

  • Franciscan Church and Monastery

  • Church of Corpus Christi- one of the largest churches in Krakow

  • The Church of St. Catherine and Margaret

  • Paulite Church "On the rock"

  • Church of St. Joseph

  • Benedictines Monastery in Tyniec

  • Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy in Krakow- Łagiewniki

  • John Paul II Centre "Do not be afraid!"

  • Sanctuary of the Holy Cross in Krakow- Mogiła

 

The Royal City of Krakow often referred to as the Polish Rome...


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This is a perfect option for those who would like to see some specific sites during their limited time in Krakow.
Krakow is the cradle of Polish culture. Krakow is situated by the Vistula River. Krakow's historic centre, the Old Town within the Planty Park, the Wawel Hill and the district of Kazimierz were designated as UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites in 1978.

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