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Our Krakow Super Saver tour combines two of the most popular places to visit in Poland: Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine! Choose your own itinerary, be it the o...
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Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland, having existed since around the 7th century, though its area may have been settled since before recorded history. It has been among the most important cities in the history of Poland since it was established as the Polish seat of government almost a thousand years ago. Today it is a smorgasbord of historical experiences forming a wide range of eras from centuries-old buildings to a World War II ghetto. It’s also one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, with historic buildings showing Renaissance and Baroque influences in their architecture, and its Old Town area was part of the very first list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites approved in 1972. Travel back in time with our tours and activities around Krakow.
Grab a Krakow City Pass and gain access to the best attractions in and around Krakow over the course of 3 days. Choose to see either Auschwitz Birkenau, the most infamous concentration camp of the Nazis, or the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that ran between the 13th century and as recently as 2007. On the next day, enjoy a hop on hop off bus tour at 7 stops throughout the city, each encompassing some of the best landmarks and sightseeing opportunities in Krakow. Here you’ll get to see the historical Old Town or the Jewish district of Kazimierz.
Exit the city and venture into the Zakopane and Tatra Mountains, traveling through increasingly hilly regions and amazing vistas, until you reach Zakopane, located at an elevation of 1000 meters, and the Tatra Mountains, atop Rysy Mountain soaring 2400 meters above the sea. Ride a funicular to Gubalowka and get an incredible perspective on the landscape beneath. Walk amidst old streets and houses and visit a church in Jaszczurowka.