Kraków City Break


Krakow - an important economic, cultural, and academic center. The second city in the country after Warsaw in terms of population (nearly 800 thousands).



Krakow - picturesque situated on the Vistula river is a unique place. It has a rich history - is a former Poland capital, the seat of kings, the stunning variety of monuments, museums and theaters. The Old Town signed in UNESCO Heritage list (600 historic buildings, including 10 first-class international) is full of charming cafes, magical streets. The city combined mysterious history and rich tradition with modern facilities. Definitely worth a ponder about the history of Poland the same as to what the city has to offer for tourists in need of entertainment or relaxation.


Guided tour in the Old Town

Certainly this not a long trip let you feel the atmosphere of this city - one of the Polish monuments inscribed on the UNESCO list. Walk through the Old Town by Royal Route you can see: Floriańska Street, the Barbican, the Jan Matejko House, the Main Market  with the famous Sukiennice, the Mariacka Basilica, Grodzka Street, the Dominican Square and the All Saints Square, Holy Trinity Church, the Wawel Castle.




Walk in the ancient vaults of the Wieliczka Salt Mine stay for a long in your memory. This is another monument inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This output dozens of generations of miners, the monument of Polish history and Polish nation - a brand that exists in the minds of Polish people for centuries.  Here you can experience stroll through a kind of underground city. Beautiful carved in salt chamber, amazing underground lakes, majestic construction carpentry original salt sculptures... and all of that at a depth of 135 meters below ground.




The place where it is impossible not to ponder about the history of Poland and Europe, but also the fate of man. Former Nazi Camp- inextricably linked to acquiring tragedy of the Holocaust - "the final solution of the Jewish question". The Auschwitz Memorial is not only a large area and authentic camp buildings, barracks, watchtowers ... but also tens of thousands of items of a specific nature, pronunciation and symbolism - a unique collection of objects related to the suffering of people deported to Auschwitz directly to destruction, and those who were forced into slave labor.




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