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.

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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.

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Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum

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.

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Auschwitz – Birkenau Museum. Contemplative tour

The contemplative tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum is a proposal for persons who already have some knowledge of the camp and would like to visit it in a more reflective way, so as to commemorate the tragic events rather than learn something new about the place. The contemplative tour involves visiting more buildings than during a standard guided tour. Also, more time may be spent on respective elements of the exhibitions.

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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.

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Wooden Architecture Trail

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
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Warsaw

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.

Price: from 520 PLN
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Communism Tours

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
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