Feel the magic of Krakow


Have you ever seen a fire breathing dragon? Or been in a chapel chiselled out in rock salt? No? Then Cracow and its surroundings is your must-visit destination. You’ll fall in love with the hustling and bustling market square, numerous historical sights and artistic atmosphere of the city that was once the capital of Poland.

What's on the agenda?

Royal Way – watch street artists perform at the Market Square, browse around the stalls in the Cloth Hall, get to know the legend of St.Mary’s Church, and explore the Wawel Hill.

Day trip to Zakopane (optional) – take a deep breath of fresh air while admiring the picturesque landscapes of the Tatra Mountains.

Wieliczka Salt Mine (half day excursion) – discover the world-famous salt mine chambers.

Auschwitz-Birkenau (half day excursion) – visit the biggest Nazi concentration camp in the world and a memorial for the victims of the Holocaust.

Dunajec River Gorge (full day excursion) – get ready for an exciting rafting trip with breath-taking views.

Jasna Gora („Luminous Mount”) Monastery in Czestochowa – have a look at the picture of Black Madonna, which is believed to have a miraculous power.

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska & Wadowice – walk the steps of John Paul II, visit his birthplace and the shrine he would often pilgrimage to.

Museums in Cracow – explore the undergrounds of the Market Square, visit the Schindler’s Factory to learn how life in Cracow looked like during the Nazi occupation and see the collection of aircraft held by the Polish Aviation Museum.