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Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum Half-Day Trip from Krakow
"Choose your preferred departure time when you book and begin your experience with a pickup in central Krakow or from your Krakow hotel. Board your coach and as you travel watch an onboard documentary that explains the history of WWII and the Nazi Holocaust. Learn how approximately 1.5 million people — mostly Jewish Polish and Russian prisoners — were killed at Auschwitz-Birkenau from 1940 onward until both camps were liberated by the Allies in 1945.After roughly 1.5 hours on the road arrive at Auschwitz and set off on a guided tour of both the UNESCO-listed Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau sites. Enter the Auschwitz I compound through the gates inscribed with Arbeit Macht Frei (Work Sets You Free) and discover how it quickly turned from a detention camp for Polish political prisoners into a center for mass murder.Explore the main buildings — some still intact and some in ruins — and walk around the exhibitions that chart the fates of many
From EUR39.00
 
Wieliczka Salt Mine Half-Day Trip from Krakow
"Legend has it that the salt mines were part of the dowry of the Hungarian princess Kinga when she married Boleslaw the Shy over 700 years ago. You'll tour the richly ornamented Chapel of the Blessed Kinga and visit an underground salt-mining exhibition on Level 3.Your guided tour takes you from 210 to 440 feet (64 to 135 meters) under passing through galleries and chambers on three levels. The guided walk consists of 20 monumental chambers joined by 1.5 miles (2.5 kilometers) of pathways.Entering the Wieliczka Salt Mine you'll descend a 380-step staircase to Level 1. Although this walk is not strenuous and can be undertaken in ordinary footwear it will need to be considered when booking this tour. The last stop on your visit to the mine is the souvenir shop and snack bar. From here a lift carries you back to the surface."
From EUR41.00
 
Krakow Airport Arrival Transfer
"Travel from Krakow Balice Airport to your Krakow hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. When making a booking you will need to advise your flight details and your Krakow accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours of booking (subject to availability) and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. 24-48 hours p you will be required to call the supplier directly (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher) to reconfirm exact pick up times and places. Price is per person based on 7 adults per car/vehicle."""Pre-book your transfer from Krakow Airport and enjoy a hassle free vacation! This is a private transfer service so the price is the same for groups of 1-3 people who will be transferred in a private car and the same price will apply for groups of 4-7 peop
From EUR6.00

Massolit Books Tips (5)

Massolit Books: Absolute bliss for booklovers

Small rooms, tall shelves, armchairs, side-tables..............a counter serving cake and wine and coffee.......and a wealth of English language books covering every topic under the sun, both fiction ad non-fiction.

Some of the stock is remaindered, some secondhand. All is very reasonably-priced indeed.

I loved this place. I could have spent hours just browsing....and I'm certain an awful lot of people do just that.

If it's a rainy day, or if you've run out of things to read, or if you just love books............then a visit to Massolit is absolutely essential.

If you go into rooms other than the main one (it is really just a house) you'll need to leave your bag with the person behind the counter.

Enjoy!

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leics
Jun 03, 2010

Massolit Books: Treasure chamber!

Heart-warming space with loads of second-hand literature in english on every topic. Good prices. Great cosy café. Like an intellectual tourist office where you can meet people and get to know what is going on in the city. Here, I have found books I have been searching for everywhere else. On the homepage you can browse the different subjects to check for special titles.

When you arrive, the space seems very small for its reputation, but this is only the beginning. Lika every good book the store continues behind the (blue?) door. There are room after room, some with sofas and armchairs for closer studies.

What to buy Books, books, books!

What to pay About a third of the original prize, or sometimes even less.

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kanjon
Mar 04, 2008

Massolit: English-language used bookstore

Massolit is an English-language used bookstore and it is absolutely fabulous. You can drink coffee or tea there when reading a book. They also sell new books that have been discounted. Interior desing is greeeeeat and guys working there are very friendly.
Be prepared to leave your bags and stuff when entering back room.
It is close to the main square, so it's accessible by foot (about 10 to 15 minutes).

open from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM daily, and from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Friday and Saturday

What to pay Expect to spend a lot of zloty there if you like books :)

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IvaT
Oct 21, 2006

Massolit books: Great bookstore

Massolit books looks like small pokey shop from the outside. BUT there are several rooms inside, stacked full of mostly English-language books.

There is a small cafe, and every room has chairs or sofas so you can comfortably peruse the books. They even pipe in US radio... I found a lot of books on a variety of subjects - many books of course on Poland and WWII, there seems to be an emphasis on history and politics.

Selection off used books too. Prices ranged from 5 Zl (bargin dump) to 30 zl for new books (cheaper than list price !) up to 70zl or more for rarer books. They also have a websiet (see below) with an online catalogue.

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dd99
Oct 18, 2005
 
 
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Massolit Books: Coffee and English books

Old bookcases full of books, coffee aroma, tasty cakes, moderate prices, reading-rooms with armchairs and sofas ... all what you want to have...

What to buy About 2 500 volumines. Especially world classics, Polish and Russian literature, progressive, minorities studies, children literature, arts, philosophy, religion, women's studies, and dictionaries. Uff...

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