Take a sobering tour of the World War II Auschwitz-Birkenau complex on a 6-hour trip from Krakow. Travel by coach to the UNESCO World Heritage compound and explore the twin concentration camp with a guide as you learn about the Nazi Holocaust and how the camps functioned. Explore the poignant exhibition halls, and see the barracks, gas chambers and other buildings at Auschwitz I. Then, view the watchtowers, crumbled buildings and memorials at Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Your guide will explain everything you see with care and sensitivity.
• 7 hours
Leave Krakow behind and spend a fascinating morning or afternoon touring the legendary Wieliczka Salt Mine, one of the oldest salt mines in Europe. Along with the mine's historical importance, its carvings of fabulous figures, monuments and altarpieces have earned the Wieliczka Salt Mine a place on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list.
• 4 hours
Our tour meets in the largest medieval square in Europe, the main market square of Krakow. After an introduction on Krakow's origins we lead our guests to our shop to equip each person with their own Beachcruiser bike. Our tour takes you through a time warp of history and architecture, where you will find remnants of a history over 2000 years old.
• 4.5 hours
Wondering how to get to and from your hotel in Krakow? Look no further! Pre-book your private round-trip transport to avoid the hassle and confusion of long airport taxi lines at Krakow Airport (John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice). A friendly guide will welcome you at the airport and drive you directly to your hotel. When it’s time to leave Krakow, you’ll be taken directly to the airport. It's that easy!
• 30 minutes
Devote a day to the memory of Holocaust victims on this small-group Auschwitz tour from Krakow, led by an expert guide. Departing in the early morning, your group is one of the first to enter the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, a solemn memorial dedicated to the millions who were killed at this German Nazi concentration camp during World War II. Your guide will explain some of the atrocities that happened here, and give insight into the history of the Holocaust as you browse the exhibits and explore the preserved grounds. This small-group tour is limited to 19 people, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from a guide.
• 6.5 hours
Visit the World War II Auschwitz-Birkenau complex and learn about the Nazi Holocaust on this 7-hour trip from Krakow. Your host will pick you up from your centrally located Krakow hotel and take you by coach to the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Oświęcim. Explore the two camps with a professional guide who will carefully, and sensitively explain everything that you can see, including the barracks and poignant museum exhibits at Auschwitz I, as well as the gas chambers, watchtowers and memorials in Auschwitz II-Birkenau. You will learn about the history of the Holocaust and the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945, as well as hear individual stories of some of the camp's prisoners.
• 7 hours
Experience a ride up a funicular railway to the top of Mt. Gubalówka and take a walk around the peak. Visit the oldest part of Zakopane with its old mountaineer cottages and ash trees. Experience the true Zakopane atmosphere when you walk along Krupówki.
• 9 hours
For over a thousand years, Krakow has been the center of science, culture and art in Poland. Come and see for yourself upon boarding the Krakow City Sightseeing Tour by Coach. You'll see the likes of Wawel Castle and Cathedral, the Rynek Glowny, Main Market Square and St Mary's Church. It's a fine introduction to this historic city!
• 4 hours
Immerse yourself in the enchanting music of Poland’s greatest composer, Frederic Chopin, on a visit to the stunning Chopin Gallery in Krakow. You’ll listen as talented young musicians perform a selection of Chopin’s classical piano pieces. Hear the music of Poland’s favourite composer while soaking in the ambiance of the old world.
• 1 hour
Savor the flavors of Krakow on this 2.5-hour evening walking tour with a food-loving guide. Uncover Poland’s rich culinary history and customs as you roam the Small Market Square (Mały Rynek) and Main Market Square (Rynek Główny), stopping at hidden foodie haunts to sample treats such as ‘pierogies’ (stuffed dumplings), ‘oscypek’ (smoked cheese) and hearty Krakovian soup. Try some refreshing Polish beer and finish in the buzzing, bar-filled Kazimierz district over traditional Jewish fare and a shot of crisp, clear ‘bison grass’ vodka — a near-national institution in these parts.
• 2.5 hours