Cracow 3-day tour


Cracow is a former capital of Poland, which has been listed by UNESCO as one of the  World’s most beautiful and historical city. It escaped the ravages of World War II with many monuments and buildings of architectural merit. Discover medieval Market Square, Wawel Castle and the 16th-century Cloth Hall. Innumerable pubs and restaurants, often with live music create a magical and unforgettable atmosphere of Cracow.

Day 1 – Cracow City Tour

Welcome to Cracow! Discover the city during a half-day city tour, which will give you an overall impression of the most significant Cracow sights. Our English-speaking guide will show you the Wawel Hill, a former seat of Polish dukes and kings, Wawel Cathedral – Gothic basilica, where royal coronations took place and where kings and other distinguished Poles have been buried.

You will also visit the largest Market Square in Europe with Cloth Hall and St. Mary Basilica. During a stroll through Planty Park you can admire the Barbican and St. Florian Gate, precious examples of medieval defensive architecture encircling Cracow.

Day 2 – Jewish Quarter

After breakfast you will set off for a gentle stroll through enchanting streets of Kazimierz district. In medieval times Kazimierz and Cracow were separate towns, where both Catholics and Jews inhabitants lived and worked next to each other. There are a lot of remains of the Jewish diaspora in Kazimierz – synagogues: Remuh, Old and Temple, Jewish cemetery. Each street has its own history and a different character. Szeroka Street is known for a Worldwide famous Jewish Festival of Culture. On Plac Nowy you will find many restaurants, pubs and galleries, each serving specific charm to the tourists and locals.

Day 3 – Wieliczka

After breakfast you will set off to Wieliczka Salt Mine. The tourist route is a complex of about 20 chambers, narrow tunnels, galleries, chapels and lakes. The tour starts with 378 steps to the shaft bottom – 64 meters depth.

It is possible to organize combined tour – Wieliczka Salt Mine and Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp.