Our offer includes tours in Lesser Poland, as well as other regions of Poland.
Zakopane, podhale, beskid’s
One of the best know resorts and the ‘winter capital of Poland’ located at the foot of the spectacular Tatra Mountains. Unique wooden highlander architecture, living folklore to be observed practically everywhere, modern tourist facilities and first of All the only Alpine mountains in this part of Europe. Podhale – the highland area located at the foot of the Tatras. Characteristic Woodem architecture and living folklore traditions. Numerous quaint villages waiting to be discovered by tourists. During the our you wil have a chance to visit Chochołów – a Podhale village with the best preserved complex of wooden architecture that make you believe time stopped in the 19th century. The quaint old houses are still inhabited and the actual life of a farming village can be observed.
Salt mine in Wieliczka
Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most eagerly visited tourist sites in Poland. Its unique character and beauty was created by nature about 15 million years ago. During almost nine centuries of salt exploitation, Wieliczka Salt Mine developed into an extensive underground city with a therapeutic climate and steady temperature of 14ºC. As a cultural and geological phenomenon, it was visited already in the 15th century. Nowadays it is a complex labyrinth consisting of over 300 kilometres of galleries, about 3000 chambers and nine floors, the last of them at 327 metres underground.
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, it is still a visual evidence of mass murder. The Memorial consists two parts of the former concentration camp: Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II – Birkenau Camps. You can find more information about theAuschwitz Museum, during our Auschwitz-Birkenau tour, You will watch a documentary movie about history of German concentration camps in Poland. Firstly, You will be taken to Auschwitz I, which served as an administrative centre for the whole complex of camps, where You will join an English tour – provided by the Museum’s guide – for about 2,5 hours. After that, we will transfer You to Auschwitz II – Birkenau, which was designed strictly as a concentration camp, with gas chambers and crematorias. It is located about 2 km away. You will spend there about 1 hour with the same guide. Right after, You will be transfered back to Krakow. You should be back to Your hotel around 16:00 – 16:30. You can visit Auschwitz Camp during your stay in Krakow, as it is located around 50 km from Krakow. It will be more comfortable and less expensive to take an organized tour rather than use a bus from Krakow to Aucshwitz.
A sentimental journey along the Pope’s trail will take you across southern Poland and reveal the story of his life. The tour provides thorough information on the circumstances that led to the second-longest pontificate in modern times. It also introduces the visitors to the great personality of this philosopher and defender of traditional Catholic values. Visit John Paul II’s birthplace in Wadowice, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska – the Europe’s largest Calvary sanctuary, and the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Łagiewniki with the relics of the first saint of the Third Millennium, St. Faustyna Kowalska, canonised by John Paul II
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