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Afternoon Guided tour of Krakow
Tour of the Old Town (Stare Miasto) will include the largest medieval market square in Europe – Rynek Glowny. This is a heart of Krakow, dominated by the 16th Century Cloth Hall and the enormous St Mary’s Church, with its famous medieval altar by Wit Stwosz. This is also a chance to discover back streets of the Old Town with Jagiellonian University, one of the oldest in the world. The tour ends at Wawel Castle, which is the crown jewel of Krakow’s architectural treasures. Almost all visitors say that Krakow’s Old Town is truly amasing!
Afternoon Wieliczka Salt Mines with coach
Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most valuable monuments of material and spiritual culture in Poland. Each year it is visited by more than one million tourists from all over the world. It is also a world class monument, featuring on the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
German death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is a symbol of human hate and genocide in Nazi Germany. The camp operated during the 1940- 1945 was the largest in the Third Reich. In this camp were killed about 1.5 million people. Most of the victims were Jews.
Poland is a place where Jews and Catholics lived together side by side for generations. Today’s Kazimierz is a very peculiar place. When the sun goes down Kazimierz comes to life and bars hum with the noise of nightlife.
This newly opened museum is a place where unique exhibits that show natural beauty of amber are gathered. The exhibition proves amber’s uniqueness, as well as providing valuable information about amber creation and the history of its treatment. The exhibits will also make one more sensitive to amber beauty and variety of its forms and hues. It will become clear here, why amber is the most beautiful of all stones.
Discover the secrets of the underground city with all its medieval mysteries and well-preserved tracts and markets! The archaeological underground-guided tour provides with the details of the 1000-year history and leads straight into a world where the past meets the present. It is `here where modern technologies give birth to novel approaches toward discovery. Rynek Underground is a unique world-class museum housing 700 exhibits. It also provides its visitors with nearly 500 electronic monumental representations, 600 3D reconstructions and many more.
Cost = c.a. 7 EUR per person
The only observation desk raised by a balloon in Poland! Magnificent panorama of Krakow can be admired during the 10-minute flight from above 150 meters. If the weather allows, Tatra Mountains which are over 100 km away can be seen! The flight by the tied down balloon is an exceptional experience. The deck system has all certifications required by EU. Its safety coefficient is two times higher than the one for the cable railway. The balloon operates only if weather permits.
Cost = c.a. 25 EUR per person (transport included)
The hotel, located in the vibrant city centre, just 1 km from the Market Square, is the perfect choice for visitors in Krakow. The rooms are comfortable and functionally appointed. The hotel restaurant is renowned for its Polish and international specialities. The comfortable hotel bar is a good place to spend the evening, while the summer terrace and the sunny weather in Krakow invites to end the day on a high note.
PRICE: 170 EUR (group of 30 pax)
SGL ROOM +17 EUR PER NIGHT
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