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Full of unique beauty and active continuously since the Middle Ages – the historic Wieliczka Salt Mine is visited by tourists every day. The Wieliczka Salt Mine was one of the first among 12 sites from all around the world to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If you are not staying in Krakow long enough, you can always book two tours in one day and which will take one full day to visit both places. Auschwitz Concentration Camp was a Nazi Concentration Camp built and operated during World War II in Polish Areas, next to Oswiecim.
You can visit Auschwitz Camp during your stay in Krakow, as it is located around 50 km from Krakow. Visit the most well-known former concentration camp and place of genocide in the World. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.
If you are not staying in Krakow long enough, you can always book our Auschwitz and Salt Mines tours in one day. Auschwitz Concentration Camp was a Nazi Concentration Camp built and operated during World War II in Polish Areas, next to Oswiecim. Nowadays, turned into Auschwitz Museum.
Visit the most well-known former concentration camp and place of genocide in the World. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, where around 1.5 million were killed by the Nazis, is definitely a must-see place in Poland.
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Kraków has always been, in many respects, a charming city. With a history that dates back to the 4th-century settlement of Wawel Hill. Discover the Main Market Square (the largest Medieval square in Europe), the famous Wawel Hill, Kazimierz District and Nowa Huta. You have a lot to see: numerous monuments, a rich artistic and cultural life, stand still and take a look...
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The Salt Mine in Bochnia is several dozen years older than the one in Wieliczka. The Mine is a unique tourist destination. The complex offers four routes for visitors. Visiting the monumental salt mine in Bochnia is an extraordinary journey through the most beautiful excavation passages in the mine. The natural beauty and the raw, authentic character of the mine has been honored with an entry on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The German concentration camp in Lublin (called Majdanek) was initiated by Heinrich Himmler’s decision in 1941.
Ojcowski National Park was established in 1956. It takes its name from the village of Ojcow. It is Poland's smallest national park. The Park is a popular tourist destination since the 18th century.
The tours include visiting the Pieskowa Skała.
The city of Czestochowa is an important religious sanctuary connected with the cult of the icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, better known as the Black Madonna. See the famous Black Madonna painting and a place visited by million pilgrims every year.
John Paul II- one of the greatest and most important figures in the 20th century.
The tour begins with a visit to Wadowice, the home town of Karol Wojtyła, later to become Pope John Paul II. He was born in Wadowice, where he also spent his school years.
In Wadowice you can visit: John Paul II's Family House Museum, Virgin Mary Offertory Minor Basilica- In this church Karol Wojtyła received his First Communion and the sacrament of confirmation, Town Square- John Paul II's Square, John Paul II Statue.
The trial has about 18 km length and it provides amazing views of landscapes and monuments placed at the Dunajec River banks.
The Dunajec River Gorge is one of the greatest tourist attraction in Poland. The trial has about 18 km length (It takes about 2.5 hrs) and it provides amazing views of landscapes and monuments placed at the Dunajec River banks.
On the way from Krakow to Dunajec gorge you can visit St. Michael Archangel Church in Dębno, know as the Pearl of Podhale.
Zakopane town is known as the 'winter capital of Poland'
Zakopane is a charming town situated at the foot of the majestic Tatra mountains. One of the most famous tourist destinations in Poland. In the interwar years, the development of ski tourism led to the town's becoming winter capital of Poland. During this period, the town twice hosted the FIS world skiing championship.
In the winter the Tatra Mountains become the center of winter sports activity in Poland.
Begin your tour with pick up from your select Krakow hotel. On the way from Krakow to Zakopane, you can visit Chocholow with its folk architecture complex- a village from the past.
The town Wieliczka is 14 km south-east of Krakow. Thanks to the salt mine, Wieliczka is known all over the world.
The salt from the surface mines was manufactured here 3 500 years BCE, whereas the beginnings of the excavation of rock salt date back to the 13th century. The ancient mine is one of the best-known tourist sites in Poland. The two-kilometer tourist route enables you to visit 22 chambers.
It is a world-class monument, featuring among twelve objects on the UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
Auschwitz was established by the Nazi Germans in 1940 as a camp for Polish political prisoners. During World War II it was the largest concentration camp of Nazi Germany where around one and a half million people from 28 countries perished. Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror, genocide and the bestiality of the 20th century.
The visit to former Auschwitz- Birkenau Concentration Camp lasts approx. 3 hours. What you will see?
-Arbeit Macht Frei Gate
-Camp infrastructure barracks
Pick up at agreed time and place. The start time and start point are flexible.
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