Concentration Camps

To meet the various needs of sightseeing, we have prepared several possibilities to visit Concentration Camps.

Price: from 89 PLN

River raftings

The Dunajec River Gorge is one of the most beautiful, popular and charming places in Poland.
Would you like to spend time in an active way? We have two offers for you:
We invite all adventurers to go on extreme river rafting while for those who prefer a more relaxing pastime, we have traditional wooden rafts which construction has remained unchanged for over 200 years.

Price: from 240 PLN

Salt mines

Discover the underground beauty hidden in the corridors of the 13th century Wieliczka Salt Mine.
See underground salt lakes, mysterious corridors, and salt sculptures made by contemporary artists.
See the places that delighted Nicolaus Copernicus, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Fryderyk Chopin.

Price: from 100 PLN

Concerts

We offer four live concerts to all music lovers who want to make their stay in the city more pleasant.
– a Klezmer music concert – it makes you feel like you were in old Jewish Kraków,
– a concert of the Royal Chamber Orchestra – for fans of classical music, as well as contemporary hits, performed in the oldest church in Kraków,
– a Chopin music concert – presenting the music of the most famous Polish composer,
– a folk show – an unforgettable performance showing Polish and Cracovian folk traditions, combined with a tasting of regional dishes.

Price: from 55 PLN

WOW! Kraków Buses

Wow!Krakow buses take you from one monument to the next, giving you the opportunity to see the most important points in the city on your own. Everyone will find something for themselves in the offer: we offer 24/48-hour tickets as well as a ride through Kraków at night, which gives you the opportunity to see beautifully lit monuments, admire the night panorama of the city and taste Polish wines and cheese.

Price: from 55 PLN

Communism tours

Communism Tours take you back in time to the period of the Polish People’s Republic, which was under the dominance of the USSR for 50 years.
Nowa Huta was originally intended to be a separate city, fully designed and built. To this day, the architecture of Nowa Huta is an excellent example of a “model socialist city”. We offer two types of tours: a standard 2.5-hour tour to see the most important places in Nowa Huta , including a visit to a restaurant, and a Deluxe version, which is a 4.5-hour tour, including dinner in a milk bar and a visit to a private museum which shows the daily life of the communist era.

Price: from PLN

Transfers

Renting a car with a driver will allow you to reach any place comfortably and easily. We recommend airport transfers; it allows you to travel from any airport in Poland directly to the place where you intend to stay. We can also provide all kinds of intercity transfers at your request.

Price: from 100 PLN

Walking Tours

We recommend a walking tour with our qualified guide to all tourists who want to know the ins and outs of Kraków. Within one day, you will see all of the most important monuments, and hear many local anecdotes and legends!

Price: from 70 PLN

Sightseeing in active and fast way

A trip by a small, electric car will allow you to see the most important places in Kraków quickly and comfortably. You will save the time and energy you would otherwise spend on exploring the city on your own. The tour is available in 27 languages!

Price: from 39 PLN

Birkenau Tour (Auschwitz II)

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 169 PLN

Birkenau Concentration Camp (Auschwitz II) and Wieliczka Salt Mine – 1 day tour

Tourists arriving in Kraków for a couple days certainly want to take advantage of the city’s rich offer without having to choose between one of the world’s most recognisable destinations located in the Kraków region: the Wieliczka Salt Mine and the Birkenau Concentration Camp. To provide tourists with an opportunity to see both of these places, while taking into consideration the limited time of their stay, we decided to combine these two options into a single, one-day trip.

Price: from 299 PLN

Trail of the Eagles’ Nests

Learn about Polish history, visit beautiful and romantic ruins of medieval castles and admire the picturesque landscape of Polish Jurassic Highland! Go with us out of the city to follow Trail of the Eagles’ Nests – a chain of castles dated mostly to the 14th century, which is perched on large limestone rocks between Kraków and Częstochowa. They were built by the order of our king, Casimir the Great, to protect important trading routes and Kraków, the former capital of Poland. Nowadays it is a protected area called The Eagles’ Nests Landscape Park.

Price: from od 270 PLN
Auschwitz-Birkenau Guided Tour

Auschwitz-Birkenau Private Guided Tour

After Nazi Germany attack on Poland in 1939 and the unsuccessful defense, the western territories of the country, where Oświęcim is located, were annexed by the Third Reich. The Nazis promptly changed the names of the Polish cities to German; for example, Oświęcim became Auschwitz and this is where the name of the camp originates from.

Price: from on request PLN

Former Ghetto and KL Płaszów guided tour

Before the Second World War, the Jewish community made up 25% of the population of Kraków. According to the 1939 census, conducted by the occupants, it had consisted of 64,000 people. After the war, the number of Jews declined to about 1000.
The participants of the Former Ghetto and KL Płaszów Guided Tour have a chance to learn about the tragic faith of the Jewish residents of Kraków while visiting the most important locations connected to the events of 1939-1945.

Price: from 100 PLN
Schindler’s Factory

Schindler’s Factory Guided Tour

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.

Price: from 65 PLN

Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum Tour

In 1939, after the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany and the loss of the defensive war by the Polish army, all the western regions of Poland, including the town of Oświęcim, were annexed by the Third Reich. The town was renamed as Auschwitz and the same name was given to a complex of concentration and extermination camps that were built there. The history of the Auschwitz concentration camp can be divided into two primary periods: the years 1940-1942, when it functioned as a concentration camp and a place of slow extermination, and the years 1942-1944, when it was transformed into the biggest centre of immediate mass extermination of Jews, who had been transported into the camp under the policy conducted by the Third Reich that assumed the extermination of the entire Jewish population in Europe.

Price: from 140 PLN

Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum and Wieliczka Salt Mine – 1 day tour

Tourists arriving in Kraków for a couple of days certainly want to take advantage of the city’s rich offer without having to choose between one of the world’s most recognisable destinations located in the Kraków region: the Wieliczka Salt Mine and the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum. To provide tourists with an opportunity to see both of these places, taking into consideration the limited time of their stay, we decided to combine these two offers into a single one-day trip.

Price: from on request PLN

Warszawa. The capital of Poland

The largest city and the capital of Poland, Warsaw is a place where tradition and modernity come together to create a unique blend. Along with Kraków, it is one of the most frequently visited cities in Poland and in Europe. We invite you to take a day trip to the extraordinary capital city on the Wisła river.

Price: from 520 PLN

The Wooden Architecture Route

A trip along the route of wooden architecture is an opportunity to go back in time to a place where the landscape, culture and everyday life of the ancient inhabitants of the village upon Vistula is recreated.

Price: from 280 PLN

Ojców National Park

Estabilished in 1956 Ojców National Park is only 25 km away from Kraków’s Old Town. This picturesque area is full of mysterious caves, amazing castles, ruins and limestone rocks. The Park is characterised by richeness of species and interesting rock formations.

Price: from 260 PLN

Communism tour – standard

Nowa Huta – a symbol of the culture of Polish socialist realism, with an urban layout created from scratch by communists whose desire was to build an idealistic socialist city. Lavishly financed by Moscow, it was to serve as an exemplary industrial-housing complex.

Price: from 159 PLN