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Wide range of tours available

We organise regular and private tours, for small and large groups

A leader among tour operators

We have been named the leader of the year among tour operators a number of times. The award is presented by Wieliczka Salt Mine.

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Price: from 130 PLN

Pictures from Auschwitz

KL Auschwitz-Birkenau (Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau) was the largest German Nazi concentration and extermination camp, which was built in the outskirts of Oświęcim (annexed as Auschwitz to the Third Reich). Altogether, over 1.1 million men, women and children, mainly the Jewish population, lost their lives in the camp. One of the few prisoners who managed to survive the imprisonment period was Marian Kołodziej – the author of a series of sketches Frames of Memory. Labyrinths that depict shocking scenes of life in the camp. Apart from sightseeing the biggest part of the camp – Birkenau, participants of the Pictures from Auschwitz tour will see the artist’s shocking works about which Rev. Professor Józef Tischner said: ‘I have been to the Auschwitz camp a couple of times, I have walked around Birkenau. But I have never seen there what I saw at this exhibition. My impression is this: it is here that the real Auschwitz is found. This is actually all I am able to say: the real Auschwitz is here.’

Price: from 100 PLN

Kraków walking tour 4 hours – Old Town and Jewish quarter

“Kraków small group walking tour 4 hours – Old Town and Jewish quarter” is a four-hour walking tour created for those tourists who want to discover the richest history of the former capital of Poland in an attractive price. 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.

Price: from 300 PLN

Ski tour

Skiing is a great way to spend your leisure time in an active way. It can help to unwind both physically and mentally and provides plenty of attractions and adventures, becoming a great way to upgrade your winter stay in Poland. Both ski amateurs and pros should visit ski slope in Białka Tatrzańska, the biggest ski station located in Podhale, where you can spend four or six hours sliding down the 1400-meter long ski slope. You do not need to worry about equipment – we provide you with skis, ski boots and a helmet. We organize trips to other ski slopes on request too.

Price: from 80 PLN

Wieliczka Salt Mine

Full of unique beauty and active continuously since the Middle Ages – the historic Wieliczka Salt Mine is visited by tourists every day, showing the most amazing works of art sculpted throughout the many centuries of laborious miners’ work. The underground Wieliczka Salt Mine boasts kilometres of walkways and ramps, magnificent chambers, lakes and breathtaking salt statues.

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Price: from 75 PLN

Kraków under nazi occupation

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.

Price: from 100 PLN

Airport transfers

We invite you to use the airport transfer service organised under the 4Transfer by SeeKrakow brand. 4Transfer is a brand created in order to ensure a safe and comfortable transfer both to the local community and to tourists arriving in Poland. For many years, the 4Transfer by SeeKrakow brand has served various transfers, events, training courses, conferences, trips and individual orders on local and national routes.

Price: from 70 PLN

Old Town Walking Tour in Krakow

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.

Price: from 70 PLN

Jewish Quarter

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.