The Pieniny National Park, although considered small in size, continues to attract and enrapture large numbers of tourists with the diversity of landscapes, fauna and flora. The scenic park offers not only an opportunity to relax, but also great ideas for active leisure.
A whole day of relaxing sensations and attractions? The BUKOVINA thermal pools make a perfect destination for those who want to pamper their bodies and minds. Poland’s biggest geothermal pool complex situated 1000 metres above sea level in the picturesque town of Bukowina Tatrzańska offer excellent leisure time activities which are extremely beneficial to the body.
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.
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.
The tour is an excellent way to get an overview of the city and to get beyond the beaten paths where most visitors spend their time. The tour is also a great way to make the most of your time in Krakow, getting two days of sightseeing in a few hours and going to places most visitors just read about!
Wow Krakow! – Hop On Hop Off Bus is a specifically designed bus, dedicated to those who appreciate the convenience of an individual schedule of the city tour. It is as simple as choosing one of the three ticket options – 24h, 48h or one-off – to enjoy the unforgettable adventure of exploring the historic city of Krakow from a comfortable double-decker open-top bus.
WOWKrakow! by night tour & taste is a perfect idea for visitors interested in an out-of-the-box city tour offer. An evening city ride on a double-decker open-top bus followed by a walk to the Krakus Mound is an ideal opportunity to eyewitness the beauty of Krakow’s nature and architecture. The tour will end in one of Krakow’s restaurants, where a tasting of exquisite Polish wines and cheeses will be held.
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.
A mining expedition requires a special setting – a dedicated route, proper equipment and, obviously, daredevils who wish to experience an exciting adventure. The specifically designed Miners’ Route in the Wieliczka Salt Mine allows the visitors to put themselves in miners’ shoes and gain an insight into the underground life of the Mine.
We invite you to avail yourself of the unique opportunity to visit the most beautiful nooks of the historic Salt Mine in the town of Wieliczka, active continuously since the Middle Ages. The section of the Tourist Route adapted to meet the needs of people with disabilities is rich with the most amazing works of art sculpted throughout the many centuries of laborious miners’ work continued to this day.
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.
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.
The biggest Polish city, the place of fusion of tradition and modernity, the capital of Poland – Warsaw – is, along with Krakow, one of the cities that are most frequently visited by tourists travelling to Poland and Europe. We invite you to take a day trip to the unique capital city upon the Vistula river.
An amazing trip in the footsteps of the man who had a tremendous impact on social and spiritual life of people all around the world. The 5-hour trip with a private guide will allow you to go back in time to the years of studies and priesthood of the Polish Pope – John Paul II.
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.
“Everything started here, in this town, in Wadowice” – these were the words of John Paul II referring to his hometown in conversation with its inhabitants on 16th June 1999 during his last pilgrimage to Wadowice. A trip in the footsteps of the man whose life inspired and was followed by millions of people from all around the world allows the participants to go back in time to the childhood and young years of Karol Wojtyła, as well as the subsequent period of his priesthood.
Częstochowa, precisely the Jasna Góra Monastery situated in the central part of the city, has been the destination of tourists and pilgrims from around the world for centuries. It is all because of the miraculous icon housed in the Jasna Góra Monastery, the origins of which are shrouded in mystery. We invite you to avail yourself of the unique opportunity to see the place attracting millions of people from all around the world every year.
Enjoy peace of mind while traveling between Krakow Airport and the city with a private VIP airport transfer. Your experienced, English-speaking, professional driver is responsible for taking care of your journey’s high quality. He will monitor your flight status and provide you with service right on time.
We offer best-quality transportation services, including tailor-made journeys. Our regular private routes are: Zakopane, Wieliczka Salt Mine and Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum. It is possible to book return transfers that include driver’s waiting time as well, so you can enjoy your individually organized visit combined with professional return transfer. You will be provided with a comfortable vehicle dedicated to you only.
Explore the oldest Salt Mine in Poland and enjoy the unique opportunity to take a ride on an underground train and a slide down the world’s longest, 140-metre slide connecting 2 levels of the mine. Learn about the history of salt mining, the hardships of miners’ work as well as the history of Poland thanks to Bochnia’s Multimedia Exposition. Want more? Every Sunday we will take you on an underground ferry ride.
Historic architecture, impressive history and the golden beverage brewed incessantly for 400 years with great care for quality and one-of-a-kind taste – this is what the Duke’s Brewery in Tychy offers. We invite you to visit the pearl of Silesian architecture and learn the incredible story of the factory development and the evolving recipe of beer brewing.
Feel invited to the meeting in an atmospheric pub situated at the very heart of the city – just by the famous Main Square! This is where we meet with our tourists to tell them legends and stories of one of the most popular Polish liquors. During the meeting that will be held in a relaxed atmosphere, the tourists will learn the proper vodka tasting technique.
Be the first one to hear forgotten stories of brave freedom fighters who paid the highest price to abolish Communism, mysterious tales of medieval customs which were supposed to open the gates of Heaven, brutal reality of medieval Kraków, Pagan myths and beliefs.
We are passionate about our local food and we would love to share this passion with you! Let our experienced guide take you to the best spots where you can try typical culinary delights and learn how we make them. Our goal is to show you real Krakow and places that are difficult to find!
We would like to invite you for a Folk Show performance which is a chance to take part in the presentation of national Polish dances like Polonaise, Mazurek, Oberek, Kujawiak. Not only will you have an opportunity to hear and listen to folk music but also to dance and sing regional songs with the Krakowianie group.
The Royal Chamber Orchestra is an ensemble consisting of outstanding musicians from Krakow Academy of Music who regularly perform all over the world. Their music is a combination of exquisite taste, unlimited imagination and perfect technique. During the concert you will have an opportunity to listen to variety of composers, such as: J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, A. Vivaldi, F. Chopin but also some modern pieces like M. Jackson’s song. Held in the Church of St. Adalbert, which is the oldest church in Krakow. Thanks to its small size and baroque dome the church provides serene atmosphere and resonant acoustic that create a very special, intimate atmosphere. Enjoy our musical feast.
Enjoy a concert dedicated to Frederic Chopin’s Works – the icon of Polish and European music, a true master of the piano. Born in Poland, he spent the rest of his life in Paris, where he died in 1849. The pieces of music composed by Frederic Chopin are full of longing for his beloved country, bursting with expression and romanticism. Presented by the famous piano artists: Witold Wilczek, Weronika Krówka, Dobróchna Krówka, Piotr Szczepanik, Kazuko Tsuji and others.