Cracow, famous for its priceless historical monuments of culture and art, is Poland's former royal capital and one of the most attractive spots on the tourist map of Europe.
Besides history, art and an atmosphere all of its own, Cracow offers visitors entertainment and leisure: theatres, cabarets, clubs, cafes, bars, wine cellars and restaurants having something to offer for everyone. International festivals and other events are held either in the Main Market Square or at the foot of the Wawel Castle.
Also Cracow's surrounding areas offer plenty of tourist attractions. Wieliczka is famous for being one of the world’s oldest salt mines open to sightseers, or the Aushwitz concentration camps...or...or...
Join us for this cultural trip and discover another face of Poland.
+ 3 Nights accommodation.
+ 3 excursions: Jewish area + Sault Mines + Concentration camps.