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Holy Places

Tyniec

Formerly a village near Cracow, since 1973 has become one of Cracow’s districts. Tyniec is especially famous for the Benedictine Abbey established in this place as early as 1044, on the picturesque limestone hill by Vistula river. Currently tourists can see the abbey and museum which is placed th...

Zebrzydowska Calvary

It is a pilgrimage destination situated about 32 km from Cracow. The Passion-Marian Sanctuary of St.Bernards convent was put down to World Heritage List UNESCO in 1999, being the only Calvary in the list. The beginnings of the construction of the Calvary date back to the year 1600. Right now the ...

Wadowice

It is a small town abort 50 km from Cracow. The main touristic magnet of Wadowice is the fact that pope John Paul II, the greatest of Poles, was born here. Pilgrims usually visit the Family Home of John Paul II’s Museum. The museum was opened in 2010 and after a complete modernization of the hist...

Divine Mercy Sanctuary in Łagiewniki

The sanctuary in located in Łagiewniki, one of Cracow’s districts. The cult of Divine Mercy is connected to Faustina Kowalska and her revelations. The sanctuary became a popular place for pilgrimages, especially after pope John Paul II beatified and canonized Faustina Kowalska, causing the spread...

Saint Cross Mountain

Saint Cross gives the opportunity to see a splint from Christ Cross has been kept since medieval times. The relics ware a gift from St. Emeryk in 11th century. Thanks to this gift the mountains in this region are called St. Cross Mountains. The monastery was built by Polish King at Łysa Góra summ...

Licheń Basilica

Licheń is located 16 km from Konin (about 20 min drive), 128 km from Łódź (1 h 40 min drive) and 95 km from Toruń (1.5 h drive). Marian devotion in this place dates back to 1852 and cholera epidemics in Licheń area. Still, the construction of the newest basilica started in 1994 and the church was...

Gniezno

Gniezno is situated about 60 km (45 min drive) from Poznań. The main attractions of Gniezno include: St. Adalbert Cathedral with his famous relics and the historic Gniezno door; the Archdiocese Museum with one of the richest and oldest church collections in the country, the main market square wit...

Wambierzyce

Wambierzyce, also called "Silesian Jerusalem", are located in the Cedron valley, on the eastern slopes of the Table Mountains, in Lower Silesian Voivodeship. The most popular object in Wambierzyce is Basilica Church. The basilica was created as a result of the birth of the cult of the Virgin Mary...

Grabarka Mountain

Grabarka Mountain is the most important place of cult for Orthodox religion and is connected to icon of Christ the Savior. The place is almost famous for miraculous healings. Grabarka village is situated about 158 km from Warsaw (2.5 h brive) and 88 km (1 h 22 min drive) from border crossing with...

Święta Lipka

Święta Lipka (Saint Linden) is situated 21 km from Mragowo (about 23 min drive) and 72 km from Olsztyn (about 1 h 15 min drive). Święta Lipka Sanctuary is run by Jesuit priests. The basilica of Our Lady with galleries and a monastery are the most important Baroque monument in northern Poland. The...

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