All you have to worry about is where to eat in the evening… but that’s not a problem in Krakow.
The first thing we would like to mention is that you can visit Auschwitz- Birkenau and Salt Mine in one day or separately in two days. Below we present the first option.
On the first day we will take you to Auschwitz, where you need about two hours to see camp comfortably. We would make sure you would not miss Arbait Macht Freit gate, crematorium, gas chamber and prisoner’s blocks. In the Birkenau Camp you can see the main monument, interior of baracks and the view from the highest tower.
In the second part of the day, you will get a chance to visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the most well known underground place in Poland. Our guide will show you amazing salt lakes, chapels and chambers decorated with salt, impressive shafts, as well as the wide collection of mining machines and equipment.
The program also contains an hour break for lunch in a restaurant with traditional Polish cuisine. Certainly, our offer include door-to-door transport in comfortable, air-conditioned vans with English speaking driver.
On the second day we suggest a city walk – Angel House II is located in the heart of the Old Town, few steps from Jewish District and Main Market Square. You will have enough time to see most important tourist attracrions such as: the Barbican, the Florian Gate, St.Mary’s Basilica, the Marquet Square and via Royal Road the Wawel Castle. After that you will have the opportunity to visit the Jewish District strictly connected with the World War II, where you can also visit The Schindler’s Factory.
On the third day you will be driven back to the airport at the requested time.
Additional night + 125 PLN, in case of flying to Katowice Airport please contact our team for the best price.
After the part of the Museum we will take you to traditional Polish restaurant, located out of Krakow. You will enjoy traditional Polish dinner , tasting Polish specials, like dumplings, sausages and many more. You will celebrate this evening with a glass of wine or Polish beer, and of course, with a shot of Polish vodka.