• 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.

Poland >> Krakow

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