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“Kraków walking tour – essence of the city” is a four-hour walking tour created for those tourists who want to discover the richest history of the former capital of Poland. The tour, full of anecdotes, legends and touching stories, will enrich tourists’ knowledge with interesting bits and pieces connected with Kraków and its residents at that time.
Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum was officially opened to the visitors in June 2010, after many years of exhibit script writing and preparations. The Museum housed in the authentic Enamel Factory of Oskar Schindler shows the visitors the wartime events taking place in the city and the tragic fate of its inhabitants.
We will take you on a sentimental journey in the south of Poland. We’ll acquaint you with the papal history of John Paul II. You will find out what kind of person he was, what philosophy he followed and in what manner he defended Catholic values. You will visit his house in Wadowice as well as Kalwaria Zebrzydowska – the largest Calvary shrine in Europe.
The Royal Road is a picturesque route leading along some of the most famous streets and passing some of the most prominent tenement houses of the historic centre of Krakow. The route beginning at St. Florian’s Gate continues across the Main Square to end at the foot of the Wawel complex. It is a must-see for all tourists visiting the former capital of Poland.
An unusual trip – as the locals say – to Kazimierz is an opportunity to see the beauty of the Jewish district, fraught with quaint narrow streets, tenement houses and coffee shops, where people from around the world meet every day. The story of “the city inside the city” reports the historic events the Jewish residents of the Kazimierz district and of the city of Krakow had to face.
Cracow is a city steeped in hundreds of years of history. During the Second World War, it became the scene of many horrifying events, but also witnessed numerous heroic deeds. We invite all of you who would like to get to know about this part of the city’s history to seize the opportunity to go back in time to the years of Nazi occupation.