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EXPLORE KRAKOW WITH US

 We offer a choice of itineraries presented below, however we are open to your suggestions and can cater for even unusual needs.

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  • KAZIMIERZ - OLD JEWISH DISTRICT

    KAZIMIERZ - OLD JEWISH DISTRICT
    Kazimierz, now a district of Krakow, used to be an autonomous city which was established in the 14th century. Since the 15th century population was predominantly Jewish. The unique atmosphere of this place makes it one of the top favourites.

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  • THE WAWEL HILL - ROYAL CASTLE

    THE WAWEL HILL - ROYAL CASTLE
    Every city has a special history and a place that is strongly connected to it. Such a place is revered both by the city's inhabitants and visitors as a witness of the older time. For Krakow this place is WAWEL Crown Castel.

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  • THE OLD TOWN

    THE OLD TOWN
    The old Cracow centre is based on a mediaeval plan with the Rynek in its heart. The Rynek, the biggest market square in Europe, attracts tourists from all over the world with its unique atmosphere of cosy cafe gardens and magnificent monuments.

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  • THE ROYAL TRACT - OLD TOWN - WAWEL

    THE ROYAL TRACT - OLD TOWN - WAWEL
    Krakow's main 'promenade'. The tract was used by kings, legates and eminent visitors to ride up to the town. Now it's the most popular tourist route since it features most of the city's landmarks, the absolute must-sees if you're visiting Krakow.

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  • PODGÓRZE - FORMER GHETTO AND CONCENTRATION CAMP

    PODGÓRZE - former Ghetto and Concentration Camp
    Krakow does not end at the Vistula river. So it has been at least since 1915 when the two towns stretching along opposite banks of the river were united into a single urban entity. Explore this fantastic part of the Cracow and visit Oskar Schidlers Factor

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  • NOWA HUTA - COMMUNISM TOUR

    NOWA HUTA - COMMUNISM TOUR
    Once an autonomous city, Nowa Huta was built from scratch by the Communist authorities beginning in 1949. It was a symbol of socialism, but also at the same time - the symbol of the nation's resistance to the political system.

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  • KRAKOW - IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF JOHN PAUL II

    KRAKOW - IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF JOHN PAUL II
    Krakow was a very important place for Karol Wojtyla as it witnessed almost all the stages of his life. He lived here, got his university degree, then his holy orders, and subsequently served as a priest and bishop.

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  • KRAKOW MOUNDS - FROM A DIFFERENT ANGLE

    KRAKOW MOUNDS - FROM A DIFFERENT ANGLE
    The view at the city of Kraków from a different angle – no crowds, no traffic jams, no queing... Only breathtaking panoramas of the 750 year-old city built in the valley of the Vistula river.

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  • CITY TOURS BY ELECTRIC CAR

    City tours by electric car
    The best way to explore Cracow. FREE pick-up and drop-off from your place of stay. Book your ride and enjoy unforgettable tour in electric cars. The BEST price guaranteed!

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