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Combine two of Krakow’s most important historic sites on this full-day tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum and the Wieliczka Salt Mine, including hotel pickup and lunch. Start with a moving tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex, and learn the harrowing truths of the largest Nazi concentration camp complex. After lunch, venture underground to explore the UNESCO-listed Wieliczka mine, one of the world’s oldest working salt mines.
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Auschwitz and Birkenau on this convenient day trip from Krakow. Learn all about the history of the largest concentration camp operated by the Nazis, and many of the people who passed through here, on a fully guided tour. Visit both camps, and leave with a greater understanding of this period of history that shouldn’t be forgotten.
Get out of Krakow for the day on this half-day guided tour of the amazing Wieliczka salt mines. Learn about the history of the salt mines from your guide and marvel at the many complex and beautiful salt sculptures.
Feast your senses on the culinary delights of Krakow on an afternoon or evening food tour of the Kazimierz district. Visit several local favorites to sample up to 15 traditional foods. Feast on Krakow style food, authentic Polish cuisine, Polish vodka and craft beer, and a delicious dessert while learning about the culinary culture of the city from your guide. Receive personalized attention on this small-group tour, limited to twelve people.
Experience a poignant piece of World War II history on a day trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau from Krakow. Led by a knowledgeable guide, explore the UNESCO-listed former Nazi concentration camp complex and preserve the memory of those who perished there. Pass through the crematoriums, old prison blocks, and moving memorials, and hear the stories of this dark time in history from your guide in a sensitive manner. Your tour concludes with transportation back to your original departure point in Krakow.
Visit UNESCO World Heritage–listed Auschwitz-Birkenau, a former Nazi concentration camp where more than a million European Jews and other prisoners were confined or killed during World War II. A professional guide sensitively portrays the horrors of the Holocaust as you tour the barracks, watchtowers, railway ramps, gas chambers and crematoriums at the two camps, located in Oświęcim. See poignant museum exhibits and witness moving memorials, where you hear narratives by former detainees and learn of Auschwitz’s liberation in 1945.
With such a variety of bars and clubs, it can often be difficult to choose the best nightlife venues in Krakow. Guarantee a great night in Poland’s capital on a Krakow bar crawl, a great choice for solo travelers looking to meet like-minded people. Your evening experience includes an open bar, free shots in each venue, a photographer, and VIP entry to one of Krakow’s hottest nightclubs.
Make your visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum as easy as possible on this tour from Krakow. In a group limited to 12 people, travel to the former Nazi concentration camp in a comfortable bus before embarking on a shared guided tour of the complex. Hotel pickup in Krakow and headsets are included.
Discover the story of Auschwitz on a full-day trip to the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex in Oświęcim from Krakow. On the site of the former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp, learn about Auschwitz’s history and visit significant buildings like the prisoner barracks and the unloading bay before you browse exhibits in the UNESCO-listed complex's museum. Round-trip transport from Krakow's Old Town and a boxed lunch is included.
Connect with the lives of Krakow’s Jewish residents on a guided tour of the Oskar Schindler Factory Museum. Step inside the actual factory of the man immortalized in the film ‘Schindler’s List,' where a guide takes you through exhibits that share the struggles of daily life under Nazi occupation and stories of horror and heroism during World War II.
This fantastic pub crawl through Krakow is perfect for travelers who want to discover the most exciting nightlife in the city. You’ll save hours researching where to find the best bars, and instead have a guide to take you to four tried-and-tested bars and clubs. Enjoy contests, prizes, welcome shots, VIP entry, and an hour of unlimited drinks. It’s a great way to make new friends, explore the city, and try delicious drinks too.
During the whole day you will visit two places which are Auschwitz-Birkenau museum and Wieliczka Salt Mines. In both places you got an official guides service included. Door to door service and english-speaking driver/tour leader is also provided. Tour includes all entrance fees and skipping the long line!
Our staff is an experienced team of people who love their job trying to provide you the best service possible. All of our drivers/tour leaders are english-speaking and ready to help you and answer all your questions. We treat people individually. Our modern air-conditioned fleet is ready for the ride!
Easily fit in a visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum with this tour that includes round-trip transport from Krakow. After your ride to the memorial, take a tour led by a museum guide who knows the stories and history of the former WWII camp well. You are also provided with headphones, so you don’t miss a word along the way.
We are the premium viking styled axe throwing club in Cracow where you can learn how to safely throw axes. This type of entertainment is particularly popular in North America. Our mission is to promote this form of sport in Poland, so that it becomes a popular entertainment you can enjoy with your friends and colleagues. Our clients consists of corporate workers, bachelor party participants and people looking for a unique and interesting way to spend their time. Visit to our club is a perfect way to start your evening. Axe throwing is not only competition who can throw better but a great way to fraternize. If you would like to make a team event or birthday party send us a message and we will help you out with everything.
Discover for yourself why the Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of Poland’s most visited attractions and an original UNESCO World Heritage site with this half-day guided tour from Krakow. Descend deep underground to explore the captivating tunnels, chapels, and chambers carved into the salt rock over eight centuries. Learn the fascinating history behind one of the world’s oldest operating salt mines thanks to commentary from an English-speaking guide, and enjoy convenient pickup from select Kraków hotels.
Explore the underground world of the Wieliczka Salt Mine on a half-day tour from Krakow. Follow an expert guide through the mine’s tunnels and chambers and discover the Chapel of the Blessed Kinga, an exhibition on the history of Poland’s salt-mining, figures carved from salt and more. See why this 700-year-old complex has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your tour concludes with drop-off back at your Krakow hotel.
Experience a poignant piece of World War II history on a tour of Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum in Krakow. Explore the exhibitions in the enamel factory where hundreds of Jewish employees were saved from deportation. Follow an expert guide through Schindler’s office, and examine multimedia projections, artifacts and photos while learning the stories of the workers.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum makes up an integral part of Krakow’s history. Make sure your day trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Site is as relaxed as the rest of your holiday on this full-day tour. As well as hotel pickup and drop-off, entrance fees and a guided tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum are included for added convenience.
Enjoy a true taste of Polish food and culture with this 4 hours cooking class in Krakow. Shop for fresh ingredients with your guide at a farmers' market and learn a few handy phrases as you go. Then head to the home kitchen of your host and learn how to make classic dish: pierogi while traditional music keeps the mood festive. Afterward, sit down to feast on your creations. This small-group tour is limited to six people to ensure more personalized attention from your guide.
Test your shooting skills in safety at the largest shooting range in Krakow and practice firing with a variety of weapons, including AK 47s, Uzis, Glock pistols and many others. Whole trip should take maximum 2-3 hours including hotel pick-up and drop off.
Learn about Poland’s history and visit a former concentration camp—Auschwitz Birkenau, that now acts as a place to remember those who lost their lives there during World War II. Save time planning your own transport by having Krakow hotel pickup and drop-off included. By going on a guided tour, you are able to understand more about the context of the site and the things that happened there.
Pay your respects to those who lost their lives at the former concentration camp during Nazi-occupied Poland by visiting Auschwitz—Birkenau Museum. The package includes door-to-door transport, admission, and a guided tour. By exploring Auschwitz-Birkenau with a guide, you understand more about the historical events and what happened at the site.
Treat your taste buds to a food and walking tour through the evening-lit streets of Krakow. Try tastings of local dishes that may include smoked cheese and ‘pierogies,’ the famous stuffed dumplings filled with meat and potatoes, as you travel through the hidden haunts of the Main Market Square. Wash it all down with a cold Polish beer before heading to the vibrant Kazimierz district. There, savor delicious Jewish fare and a shot of ‘bison grass’ vodka before parting ways with your guide.
See two of Poland’s most-visited UNESCO World Heritage sites in a single day on this combo tour from Krakow. Pay tribute to the lives lost during the atrocities of World War II at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, where you can tour the former Nazi concentration camp and view exhibits related to its history and more than a million victims. Then, descend into a fascinating underground city ornately carved out of salt and stone at the Wieliczka Salt Mine.