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Southern Poland is exceptionally wealthy in tourist attractions. Wroclaw and Krakow agglomerations offer huge number of monuments and interesting activities. First, discover Wroclaw, often called Polish silicon valley and track down the main Old Town highlights with friendly and cute dwarves. Then, see UNESCO World Heritage Site Auschwitz-Birkenau museum and learn the lesson from the darkest page in human history. Finally, discover Krakow's Old Town (also at UNESCO list) and enjoy climatic centre with Medieval buildings, restaurants, cafes and shops. South of Poland has attractions for everyone, just check them on your own!

Number of days/duration

5 days / 4 nights

Included meals

BB (breakfast), HB on request (breakfast, dinner)

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

2 cities / 2 towns

Group size


Trip pace


Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

4 nights
4 meals
Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Local and museum guides, optional driver

Entrance fees to

Panorama Racławicka, Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum, St. Mary's Basilica, Wawel Cathedral, 1 Wawel Castle exhibition


Coach, optional steamboat

Pickup place

Hotel/hostel for sightseeing trips

Drop off place

Hotel/hostel for sightseeing trips

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

Round tour

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Afrykarium (Wrocław zoo)

Africarium is a part of Wrocław zoo. It was opened in 2014. It is the first oceanarium in Poland and the only one in the world that is devoted to fauna and flora of only one continent. The name of the unit came from coinage of two words Africa and aquarium giving a huge insight into what the whole enterprise is about. Giving some basic numbers, Africarium has 15 000 000 litres of water, there are 21 pools and aquariums where visitors can admir...


Hydropolis is a high-tech multimedia museum dedicated to water. Divided into eight thematic parts and started off with a short 360-degree film which takes you from the Big Bang to nucleosynthesis to the formation of planets to the origin of Earth's aqua, Hydropolis is a friendly-for-all-ages discovery zone where visitors can peek at creatures found in a drop of water, spin an Archimedes' screw, sit in a replica of the Trieste bathyscaphe, whic...

Aquapark Wrocław

The Aquapark in Wrocław is located at 99 Borowska Street. The complex has indoor and outdoor recreational pools, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an indoor sports pool, a fitness club and saunas available all year round. Recreational pools are a perfect place for enthusiasts of water fun. This zone consists of indoor and outdoor pools with many slides, a Lazy River, a play area for children, a swimming pool for active recreation enthusiasts,...

National Museum Wrocław

The National Museum in Wrocław is one of the largest and most important art museums in Poland. The National Museum in Wrocław has four branches: The Main Building, called the National Museum in Wrocław, the "Panorama Racławicka" Museum, the intimate Ethnographic Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in the Four Domes Pavilion, opened in June 2016. The collection of the National Museum in Wrocław numbers 200,000 artefacts representative fo...

Royal Palace Wrocław (City Museum Wrocław)

The main branch of the Wrocław City Museum, housed inside the renovated Baroque Royal Palace. The City Museum of Wrocław has existed since 2000. Was created by merging three previously independent institutions - the Archaeological Museum, the Historical Museum with the departments: Militaria and the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Museum of Medallic Art. In the same year, a branch of the Museum of Bourgeois Art was created. All objects of the Municip...

Japanese Garden Wrocław

The Japanese Garden was founded in 1913. The initiator of its construction was Count Fritz von Hochberg, who engaged the Japanese gardener Mankichi Arai. Currently, it is one of the most popular places for walking and relaxation in Wroclaw. This garden is a combination of several types of Japanese gardens: public, water, associated with a tea ceremony and a rocky beach. Almost 270 taxa of woody plants have been gathered in the garden. By 2009,...

Botanical Garden of Wrocław University

The Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław was founded in 1811. It is located on the north side of the cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the church of the Holy Cross, partly within the historic Ostrów Tumski, about 2 km from the Market Square. There are about 7.5 thousand species of plants in the garden. Of the trees growing in the Garden, 27 of them were recognized as nature monuments: oaks, yews, gingko, beeches and plane trees. I...

Centennial Hall

The historic Centennial Exhibition Complex includes Wrocław’s only UNESCO site, the country’s oldest zoo, the tranquil Japanese Garden, the tourist-luring Pergola Fountain and the newly renovated Four Dome Pavilion. It was constructed according to the plans of architect Max Berg in 1911–1913, when the city was part of the German Empire. Max Berg designed Centennial Hall to serve as a multi functional structure to host exhibitions, concerts, th...

Książ Castle

Książ Castle is especially interesting as it joins older history, as the construction started in the 13th century, and more recent history as it was largely changed during WWII. If you enjoy conspiracy theories of the human civilization, there is no other such place like Książ as digressions about Hitler purposes for Książ are numerous. During sightseeing of the castle, you will be able to see lots of alternations introduced by Nazi Germans. A...

Śląsk Wrocław Stadium

The Wrocław Stadium is a modern and multi-functional sports and entertainment facility. The stadium is located in Wrocław, in the Fabryczna district in the area administratively belonging to the Pilczyce housing estate. The stadium structure consists of 4 buildings, which are connected by two promenades (on the first and fourth levels). All seats are numbered and roofed. The stadium's capacity is 45,105 including seats for the disabled (102 an...

Wrocław Zoo

The Zoological Garden in Wrocław is located at 1 - 5 Wróblewskiego Street. It was founded in 1865. There are around 10,000 individuals in the zoo, representing over 1,100 species. In the ZOO in Wrocław visitors can observe animals from all continents and environments, there is, for example, the Pavilion of Madagascar, Sahara and Europe. Moreover, it houses a collection of a number of rare and exotic species such as manatee, okapi, bear cuscus,...

The district of four temples

The part of Wrocław’s Old Town covering the areas of Kazimierza Wielkiego, Św. Antoniego, Pawła Włodkowica and Św. Mikołaja streets. Although the area is referred to as the district of four temples or the district of four faiths it is not a true district of Wrocław in a legal sense. In a close vicinity of no more than 300 metres apart you will find four temples of different faiths: Orthodox Cathedral of the Nativity of the Holy Mother of God, ...

Kolejkowo, Wrocław

Kolejkowo is the largest railway model in Poland. It is located less than 800 meters from the Wrocław Market Square, in one of the oldest railway stations in Wrocław – The Świebodzki Station. Visitors will see authentic buildings from Wrocław and the whole region of Lower Silesia, as well as miniature cars, tramways and trains. Kolejkowo presents life in the countryside, mountain expeditions, and rescue operations. The models show miniature i...

Zajezdnia History Centre

The Zajezdnia History Centre is a unique place on the map of Wrocław. It was here, in August 1980, that the strike to support the workers of the Coast began, and it was here that the Wrocław "Solidarity" movement was born. This very place is now a unique museum created to tells the history of the city - mainly through the permanent exhibition "Wrocław 1945–2016". Beautifully arranged interiors that resemble a filmset are filled with original e...

Polinka Kolej Linowa Wrocław (Polinka Cable Car, Wrocław)

Polinka is the cable car of Wrocław University of Science and Technology, running above the Odra River between the main campus of the Wrocław University of Technology on the Stanisław Wyspiański Coast, and the Geocentrum at Na Grobli Street. There are two carriages running over the Odra river, each for 15 people. Within an hour, it can transport up to 370 people. It is 380 m long, the journey takes approx. 2-2.5 minutes. The wagons travel abou...

Pawilon Czterech Kopuł, Wrocław (Four Domes Pavilion, Wrocław)

The Four Domes Pavilion was built in 1912-1913. It is part of the exhibition complex around the Centennial Hall. On June 25, 2016, the Museum of Contemporary Art, a new branch of the National Museum in Wrocław, was opened here. It presents a collection of Polish contemporary art with the works of the most outstanding artists of the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of our century. The museum's collection includes works by Magda...

Taras Widokowy Sky Tower Wrocław (Sky Tower Viewpoint, Wrocław)

Sky Tower is the tallest building in Wrocław. It is located between Powstańców Śląskich, Wielka, Gwiaździsta and Szczęśliwa streets. There is a shopping mall on the lowest storeys. Then on floors up to 28 there are offices and 184 apartments on floors 28 to 48. A publicly accessible viewpoint is located on the 49th floor. Visitors can get on top in 1 minute with the lift that carries 20 people. The entrance to the lifts is located in Gwiaźdz...

Moszna Palace

Moszna Palace is located 125 km (1.5 h driving) from Wrocław. Since 1886 the palace was a residence of industrial tycoons, and after the second world war it was a medical centre for neurosis patients. From 2013 it is a hotel-conference center and a museum. The monument is surrounded by 200 hectare park with precious old trees (oaks and lindens which are a few hundred years old) and unique rhododendron clusters. The palace has, which is already...

Old Jewish district of Kazimierz

The Jewish people have always played an important role in the history of Krakow and Kazimierz and its Jewish population have always played an important role the history of Krakow and have had a great impact on regional economy as well as culture. Kazimierz, that is known as a district of Krakow, used to be a stand-alone city. It was granted city rights in early 14th century, not too long after Jews in the Kingdom of Poland received numerous ri...

Main Market Square Underground Museum

The exhibition presents the archaeological excavations which were conducted in the years 2005-2010. The archaeologists got as far as 5 meters below Cracow Main Market Square. Thanks to their work 11 000 exhibits were found. They are connected with door-to-door salt, lead and copper trade and ancient Cracow’s everyday life. All the exhibits with protected earth layers display the process of cultural layers earth formation. In the underground th...

Collegium Maius

It is the oldest Polish university and also one of the oldest universities in the word. It was established on the 12th of May in 1364. The golden age of Collegium Maius was in the 15th and 16th century. A great number of Polish best well known scholars studied and taught at this university, among others Nicolaus Copernicus and many western European professors. Having the Collegium, Cracow became even the important centre of alchemy sciences. N...

Schindler’s Factory

The factory is a part of National Museum in Kraków and shows exhibition devoted to World War II. The place itself was popularized by 1993 film “Schinler’s List” by Stephen Spielberg picturing Oskar Schindler saving Jews during World War II. Tourists who come here from all around the world may see the exhibition “Cracow – times of occupation 1939-1945”. It tells the story of Polish, Jewish and German citizens in the occupied Cracow during World...

Candy & Sweets Manufacture

Learn all secrets of candy making and produce your own lollipop in Kraków' candy manufacture Ciuciu. We want to invite you to Ciuciu probably the smallest factory of sweets in the world. Ciuciu sweets are hand made on the basis of the technology taken from small manufactures of the 17th and 18th century. It is the second factory in Poland of this type, just after Gdańsk manufacture. Ciuciu invites all children and adults to 38 Grodzka Street i...

School visit

Outstanding opportunity to meet peers from Polish schools, exchanging ideas about educational systems, meeting with Polish young people. We offer half day meeting in one of Polish schools. Your group will be able to take part in a lesson. The group will also be able to take a walk around the school to compare school environment in Poland and their own country. The group will be accompanied by our guide/translator to enhance communication with ...

Princes Czartoryski Museum

The Princes Czartoryski Museum is one of the oldest in the country. Its roots date back to the 1796 collection by Princess Izabela Czartoryska, however, the museum itself was opened in 1878. The museum focuses its scope to the history of European painting of 13th-18th centuries, European and Islamic art and crafts up to 19th century. The most famous, as well as most valuable, of the exhibits on the display is the painting of Lady with an Ermin...

Jasna Góra Monastery in Częstochowa

It is a city laying abort 125 km from Cracow which is the spiritual capital of Poland. Every year the sanctuary is also visited by a few million pilgrims from all over the world. It is the most important pilgrimage site connected to Marian devotion of the famous painting of Black Madonna. The sanctuary has been run by the Order of Saint Paul the Firs Hermit since 1382. The painting has been famous through the ages for miracles and healings the...

Aquapark Kraków

The Krakow Aquapark will provide you with lots of attractions. It doesn't matter if you want to go swimming, go crazy on the slides, play with children or relax in the sauna - here you will find it all in one place. The total area of the pools in the pool hall is 2000 m2. There are swimming lanes, but also a rushing river, climbing wall, places to play football or a wave pool. You can also use hydromassage, water jets and massage couches. The ...


If you like music, we invite you to a pub for karaoke. It is an excellent entertainments for groups combined with club visit, beverages and snack.

Oświęcim Synagogue

Oświęcim Synagogue (also called Synagoga Chewra Lomdej Misznajot) is a synagogue located in Oświęcim, at 5 Księdza Jana Skarbka Square, formerly known as Szpitalny Square, and Kościelna Street. The synagogue is the only Jewish house of prayer in Oświęcim that was not completely destroyed during World War II. Its construction began in 1913, and it served its functions until 1939. During the war, its interior was destroyed, and the building was ...

2 h Oświęcim Town Sightseeing

Two hours of Oświęcim Town Sightseeing is the minimum of time to spend in this area to get to know the 800-years of its history better. Oświęcim is situated in the valley of the River Sola. The location between Malopolska and Silesia makes it an important transport route. Walking around the castle hill and the Old Town makes visitors feel the atmosphere of the town's ancient history, which dates back the 13-th century. Tourists find in this ar...

Tężnia Solankowa, Wieliczka (Graduation Tower, Wieliczka)

The graduation tower is located in the Saint Kinia Park, near the Daniłowicz Shaft, which leads to the mine underground. It is one of the four largest graduation towers in the country and the largest in Małopolska. It has 7,500 sq m. area and is surrounded by a garden. At the same time, about 100 people will be able to stay in the graduation tower. Tourists will be attracted both by the health benefits of the facility and additional attraction...


The trip was superb. Both old towns were very pretty and Auschwitz Museum is something that you cannot describe with words but it is a must see for everyone. Highly recommended!
I love Wroclaw dwarves, they are so imaginative. I must come back here to see them all!

Questions and answers

How long does Panorama Raclawicka sightseeing take?

It is about 45 min to 1 h. When we count entering procedures.

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