– the former capital of Poland, a thousand-year-old centre for culture, arts and science. The architectural complex was put on the UNESCO list of Cultural Heritage in 1978. The heart of Kraków – the Main Market Square – with its historical monuments, numerous cafes, the sound of the bugle call from the Mariacki Church, and music played by street musicians lays a spell on visitors. The Royal Castle – Wawel – towering over the Old Town, was the seat of Polish Royalty until the end of the 17th century. In Wawel Cathedral, Polish kings were crowned, and their remains are buried in its vaults. Kraków is home to one of the oldest European universities – the Jagiellonski University, whose most prominent graduates include Copernicus, who “stopped the Sun and moved the Earth”, and Pope John Paul II. In the nearby Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, one can see valuable memories of Jews, a thousand-year-old community of the town, its culture and history. One can take part in concerts and cultural events. In the year 2000, Kraków was the Capital of European Culture.

Cracow Tours

Cracow Tours - simply the best

It is our great pleasure to present to you our Cracow Tours. We give you a choice of different tours in Kraków and its surrounding area and hope you choose the most interesting tours for you. Southern Poland is full of fascinating places, and Cracow Tours is the best way to discover them.
  • Cracow City Sightseeing Tour
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine – UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Auschwitz-Birkenau – UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The Traces of Jewish Culture
  • Nowa Huta Tour
  • In the Footsteps of John Paul II
  • Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains
  • Częstochowa – the Black Madonna

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31-123 Kraków

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