• Day 1Delve straight into the beauty of Krakow's old town with your tour of the Market Square, Cloth Hall, Royal Palace and Cathedral.
  • Day 2Experience the impact of Auschwitz, one of the most memorable lessons of modern history.
  • Day 3Explore the Kazimierz District (Jewish Quarter) of Krakow followed with a visit to Schindler's factory.
  • Day 4Go over 300 metres underground to the Wieliczka Salt Mine and see dozens of statues and a cathedral carved out of salt.
Groups also have the option of spending one or two nights in Warsaw on arrival or departure.


The inviting city of Krakow is arguably Poland's most popular attraction, as it has plenty to offer everyone in terms of art, history and culture.

It is a miracle how this marvellous city stayed so in tact after WWII and therefore boasts many fabulous historic buildings and monuments. An important and must-see destination for history groups.

Crucial sights of Krakow…

There are many architectural, cultural and historical aspects to be seen while in Krakow, such as:

  • St Marys’ Church
  • Market Square & Cloth Hall
  • Wawel Hill – Cathedral & Royal Palace.
  • Kazimierz (Jewish Quarter)
* Oskar Schindler’s Factory


  • Wieliczka Salt Mines
  • Auschwitz-Birkenau
  • Tatra Mountains (Zakopane)

Evening entertainment:

  • Bowling
  • Ice-skating
  • Swimming
  • IMAX cinema