Tours of Cracow and its environs
"Cracovia totius Poloniae urbs celeberrima."
"Cracow of all Polish towns is the most glorious."
These words, placed under the panoramic view of Cracow from the XVII century, have not become out-of -date. Cracow is the town whose every stone is history, the town of famous people: Nicolas Copernicus and John Paul II. It is also the place where the oldest Polish university was established, the place of coronations and burials of Polish kings and queens, "pars pro toto" of Polish culture.
Cracow is also a great base for a sightseeing tours of Poland as there is a wide variety of places of interest to visit near Cracow, e.g. Salt Mines in Wieliczka, the Auschwitz Museum or Wadowice - the birthplace of John Paul II, not to mention the beautiful Tatra Mountains. The town has very good travel links with Warsaw, the Polish capital (less then 3 hours by train) and other Polish cities. Travelling to Poland and staying in Cracow - this choice will certainly make your trip an unforgettable experience.
We will be happy to help you with organising your stay in Cracow and advise you on your itinerary.