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Krakow in One Day Sightseeing Tour
"Your tour begins with a short walk along the streets of the former Jewish district of Kazimierz. Next Wawel Hill crowned by Wawel Castle and Wawel Cathedral and the seat of royal power up until the 17th century. The Castle was home to many Polish kings and queens and the royal crypts in the Cathedral their final resting place along with several other Polish heroes.A walk up Grodzka street leads you to the heart of Krakow the Rynek Glowny or Main Market Square. There the large Gothic Cloth Hall is the perfect place to shop for local souvenirs.The last sightseeing stop is the twin-spired St Mary's Church with its famous medieval altar by Wit Stwosz and where every hour the brave trumpeter of Krakow still calls out his warning."
From EUR39.00
 
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

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Auschwitz

Visiting Auschwitz is very hard experience. Many people ask is it possible to explore it alone. I think it's one of that kind of places everyone has to visit with professional guide. Really - you...
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Wawel Castle

Wawel (the “w” in Polish is pronounced like a “v” in English) is a fortified architectural complex on the left bank of the Vistula River in Kraków. The complex consists of many buildings and...
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Kazimierz - Jewish District

A LIVING JEWISH COMMUNITY The Kazimierz is a neighborhood that used to resemble an open-air Jewish heritage museum. The recent years has seen an influx of new businesses and cultural centres that...
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Wieliczka Salt Mine

The Salt Mine of Wieliczka is one of the most ancient and visited places around Krakow area that you can see. The mine is 300m deep and 300km long, but only 3km of hallways are available to tourists....
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Basilica of St Mary - Kosciol Mariacki

Church of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven (also known as St. Mary's Church) is a Brick Gothic church re-built in the 14th century (originally built in the early 13th century), adjacent to the Main Market...
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Cloth Hall - Sukiennice

The Cloth Hall (Polish: Sukiennice) is one of symbol of city. It is a central building on main market in Old town. Besides small shops under arcade here is also and The Gallery of 19th-Century Polish...
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Florianska - Street

If you are looking for bar, pubs, restaurants and little shops – this is the street to go to in Kraków. Florianska Street is busy day and night and has something for everyone. The street leads from...
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Town Hall Tower - Ratusz

The old town hall was pulled down in 1820 to create the big spaces we all love at market square. Only the Gothic clocktower remained. It dates back to the 13th century but got its present appearance...
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Wawel Cathedral

Adjacent to Wawel Royal Castle, the Cathedral is one of the significant sights in Krakow and a must visit. It remains Poland’s most important national sanctuary and used to be the coronation site of...
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Schindler Factory - Museum

On 2 November, it was Chinggis' birthday and it was another sunny day in Krakow. VT member Aurorae, Chinggis and I walked from our accommodation at Nobel Suites to the Oskar Schindler Factory Museum...
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Barbican

The Barbican is only one of three medieval defensive structures of its kind. First, erected in 1498, it was once connected to the city walls at the Brama Florianska. The barbican is 24 meters wide,...
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Florian Gate

The Florian is opposite to the Barbican one of the most beautiful Gothic towers in Krakow. This was built in the 14th century by Prince Leszek Czarny. The tower was part of the fortification system of...
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Church of St Andrew

Church of Saint Andrew is one of the oldest buildings in Krakow and one of the best-preserved Romanesque buildings in Poland. The Church was built in the 11th century in Romanesque style with 17th...
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Jagiellonian University - Collegium Maius

Founded in 1364, the University of Krakow is amongst the oldest in the world. King Wladislaw II. Jagiello bought that former noble mansion from the Anjou family for the University in 1400 which became...
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