Attractions for group

Our  knowledgeable guide will help you to discover the extraordinary stories behind the walls of monuments in the oldest part of Krakow. You will see: Royal Chambers, Royal Cathedral on Wawel Hill, the Royal Route, Main Market Square with Cloth Hall and the Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary with the  unique altar created by Veit Stoss and the historic Quarter of the Collegium Maius University.

2. JEWISH CRACOW - guided city tour
Our city guide will lead you through the maze of narrow streets into the unique atmosphere of the Cracow’s Jewish quarter:  numerous synagogues (including two existing ones: Remuh and Tempel), the old Jewish cemetery and restaurants serving Jewish cuisine accompanied by live Klezmer music. You will also visit the former Jewish Ghetto in the Podgórze district and unusual Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory museum.

II WORLD WAR – guided tour
Are you interested in the dark history of Krakow? Our qualified guide will show you what the city looked like during the World War II, when the Wawel Castle was the residence of Governor General Hans Frank. You will see the Jagiellonian University, where professors were arrested and the  Montelupich military prison where political prisoners were held. You will also be shown the Jewish ghetto in the Podgórze as well as the Plaszow  concentration camp.

AUSCHWITZ – BIRKENAU – guided tour
Auschwitz - Birkenau - the Nazi concentration camp and extermination camp established at Auschwitz during World War II. The largest death factory and a monument to the tragic history of mankind. A place requiring commemoration  and respect. During the tour our guide will bring you the true{removed} atmosphere  of the place.

Our guide will take you on a unique journey through the life of Karol Wojtyla - Pope John Paul II, namely his hometown in Wadowice and the house where he was born, the Sanctuary of Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, to which he often made a pilgrimage on foot with his father and his special places in Krakow such as the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Lagiewniki, St. Florian’s Church, the Franciscan Church, the Wawel Cathedral and the papal window in the Bishop's Palace. The latest destination in the footsteps of John Paul II is devoted to his sanctuary in Lagiewniki.

CRACOW—CITY OF THE SAINTS – guided city tour
Cracow boats almost as many Saints and blessed, as monuments in the city. Their traces can be seen almost everywhere. Our guide will discover them for you showing the lives of e.g.: St. John Paul II, St. Faustina, St. Brother Albert and St. Stanislaw (patron of Cracow).

IN MONASTIC PATHS – guided tour
With our guide you will discover two extraordinary monasteries: Sanctuary on Jasna Gora in Czestochowa - the most important and most frequented by pilgrims Marian shrine in Poland, which famous for the miraculous image of Mary as well as the Abbey in Tyniec - the oldest monastery in Poland, founded in the eleventh century by the Benedictines.

Trail of the Eagles' Nests leads from Krakow to Czestochowa and on its way there are many ruins of castles and fortresses. During a guided tour you will have the opportunity to visit the most famous of them: Castle in Pieskowa Skala, Ogrodzieniec and Ojcow and admire the interesting karst forms, formed in limestone rocks in that area.

It is the winter capital of Poland, however Zakopane is equally popular in the summer. Our guide will familiarise you with a unique folklore and characteristic architecture of Zakopane, a town at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. Among {removed: the} many attractions there will be a ride through the Chochołowska Valley, a visit to the Shrine of Mother of God of Fatima in Krzeptówki, church in Jaszczurówka, a visit to the Old Cemetery on Pęksowy Brzyzek and a trip to the Gubalowka hill  by cable car. The day will end with shopping in the famous Krupówki Street and dinner with highlander music.

Pieniny Mountains and Zakopane are the impressive spots of natural beauty and colorful folklore, which you will discover with our guide. During {removed: the} rafting on the Dunajec river, the rafters will tell you interesting stories and local legends. In Zakopane you will try regional cheeses and walk in the lively Krupówki Street.

CRACOW BY NIGHT - guided city tour
Our guide will lead you through the streets of Krakow enveloped in darkness and reveal some of the secrets of this city. It will revive amazing legends and events from the past and you will get to know a little-known side of the city.

PUB CRAWLING - with the assistance of a guide
Krakow is a city with the highest number of pubs and clubs per square meter. Our guide will show you the most interesting and the most popular ones, as well as recommend the best shots. Moreover, you will have the opportunity to try the legendary sausages served from the Nyska truck or toasted cheese and ham baguettes served in Kazimierz – Cracow’s mandatory points during each visit.

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