(+48 52) 345 95 10
info@its-poland.com
8 Kolobrzeska, Bydgoszcz, Poland

Overview

Cracow is the best well known Polish tourist city. It is a former capital of the country and also often called a cultural capital. Here you will find UNESCO sites such as Cracow Old Town and Wieliczka Salt Mines and multitude of other historical and religious monuments, fun sites and first rate hotel and gastronomy base. Discover the main attractions of the Old Town and former Jewish, bohemian Kazimierz District. Experience bright sides of Cracow's night life.

Number of days/duration

3 days, 2 nights

Included meals

HB (2 breakfasts, 2 dinners)

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

1 city, 1 towns

Group size

10-50

Trip pace

Calm

Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*

Itinerary

See all Hide all

What's included

2 nights
4 meals
Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Local guide for sightseeing

Entrance fees to

St. Mary's Basilica, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Remuh Synagogue with Cemetery, the Old Synagogue, Wawel Royal Chambers

Transport

Coach

Pickup place

Airport and hotel for sightseeing trips

Drop off place

Hotel, airport for departure

Language offered

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

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

City break

Not included

Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)
Cracow Highlights (3 days)

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Collegium Maius

Collegium Maius

Collegium Maius, located at the intersection of Świętej Anny and Jagiellońska Streets, is the oldest university building in Poland, and the second in this part of Europe (after Prague, 1348). It was founded by King Casimir the Great in 1364 as the Krakow Academy. The numerous outstanding graduates of the Jagiellonian University include the creator of the heliocentric theory, the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus and Karol Wojtyła, later Pope John...

Main Market Square Underground Museum

Main Market Square Underground Museum

The Market Square Underground in Krakow is Krakow's biggest underground attraction. The archaeological research on the Main Market Square in Kraków began in the summer of 2005 and was planned to be completed after 6 months, but the scale of the discoveries was so great and valuable that they were finally conducted for 5 years. There is both a permanent and temporary exhibition in the Underground. The underground exhibition presents both the hi...

Town Hall Tower

Town Hall Tower

The Town Hall Tower is the only remaining part of the Old Kraków Town Hall. This building was built at the turn of the XXIII and XIV centuries in the Gothic style. In 1524 a clock imported from Nuremberg was installed on the tower. The tower is currently a branch of the Historical Museum of the city of Krakow. From the top of the town hall tower visitors can watch the panorama of the Old Town. There is also a tourist information point in Krakow.

Cloth Hall

Cloth Hall

The Cloth Hall are one of the most important historical buildings in Krakow. They are located in the middle of the Krakow Market Square. They were the first medieval department store with merchants from all over Europe. The first Cloth Hall, which was built in the 13th century, when Krakow was granted city rights, were two rows of stone stalls creating a street in the middle of the Market Square. Both ends were locked with a grate at night to...

Dragon’s Den

Dragon’s Den

A solutional, limestone cave under the Wawel hill. It is one of the most famous of Cracow’s attractions connected with the 13th century legend of Wawel Dragon. The legend has it that the Dragon would live in the cave and trouble Cracow’s folk. In 1972 to commemorate the creature a sculpture Wawel Dragon by Bronisław Chromy was placed at cave’s entry. The cave itself is 270 metres long, however the visitors may tour only 81 metres.

Manggha Museum

Manggha Museum

Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology is located at 26 Marii Konopnickiej Street. Only 1.1 km from Wawel Castle (15 min walk by Vistula river). The building was designed by a famous Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and it is a distinctive design in the scale of our country. The museum was opened in 1994. The permanent exhibition consists of collections of Mr Feliks Jasieński, the Wajdas family and other donators. The museum often also ...

National Museum

National Museum

The National Museum in Krakow is the oldest Polish national museum. It was established in 1879. Until the end of World War I, it was the only large museum open to the public in Poland and to this day remains the institution with the largest number of collections, buildings and permanent galleries. The collections under the care of the Museum number over 900,000 exhibits, and its mission is to promote Polish and foreign art. The National Museum...

Tempel Synagogue

Tempel Synagogue

Tempel Synagogue is situated at 24 Miodowa Street, which is only 500 meters from the Old Synagogue at Szeroka Street. It is one of 4 synagogues in Kraków but services aren’t held hear on regular basis. The building was erected in 1860-1862 in a rectangle shape in a Mauritanian-Renaissance style. Later on the synagogue was rebuilt twice in 1883 and 1924. During World War II the Nazis devastated the building. After the war it become the synagogu...

Kupa Synagogue

Kupa Synagogue

The Kupa Synagogue is a synagogue built in the 17th century, in the Baroque style, with beautiful polychromes renovated at the beginning of the 21st century with biblical motifs and signs of the zodiac. The synagogue was erected right next to the city walls of Kazimierz. Originally, its floor was approximately 80 cm below the current level. Thanks to such a low position, it was completely hidden behind the city wall. There was a hospital for p...

Eagle Pharmacy

Eagle Pharmacy

Exhibition at the Eagle Pharmacy is located within the limits of the former ghetto area. It commemorates the Holocaust of Krakow Jews and the personage of Tadeusz Pankiewicz, the owner of a pharmacy and an eye - witness of the tragic events. Pankiewicz and his staff (Irena Droździkowska, Aurelia Danek-Czortowa i Helena Krywaniuk) were the only Poles allowed to live and work in the ghetto. Over the two years of the ghetto's existence, Apteka ...

Galicia Jewish Museum

Galicia Jewish Museum

Galicja Jewish Museum is located in the Jewish district of Kazimierz in Kraków. The museum commemorates the victims of the Holocaust, and also introduces Jewish history and culture. Offers three permanent exhibitions: Traces of Memory (a contemporary look at the Jewish past in Poland), An unfinished memory (Jewish heritage and the holocaust in Eastern Galicja) and Ten Polish Cities — Ten Jewish Stories (history of ten Polish Jews who told abou...

Home Army Museum in Kraków

Home Army Museum in Kraków

The Home Army Museum was created in 2000. The Museum presents the origins of the Home Army, the Underground State and the lives of Polish soldiers on the fronts of World War II and after the war until today. The museum's collection consists of historical souvenirs donated by Home Army soldiers and their families, archival photographs and films. In addition to the permanent exhibition, temporary exhibitions are also organized on site. The idea...

Polish Aviation Museum

Polish Aviation Museum

The Polish aviation museum is located at the site of the no-longer functional Kraków-Rakowice-Czyżyny Airport. It was one of the oldest permanent airports in Europe. Some facilities of the former airport are currently used by the Museum. In the museum the visitors can see aircraft, helicopters, motor gliders, bullets, bombs and other military objects associated with anti-aircraft artillery and an extensive collection of aircraft engines. Ther...

Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow

Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow

The MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow is the first and the largest museum of its kind in Poland built from scratch after the war. It was established in 2011, on the site of the former Oskar Schindler factory, according to the design of the Italian architect Claudio Nardi. On an area of over 8,000 m2, it houses the MOCAK Collection presentation space and temporary exhibitions, Alfa Gallery, MOCAK Bookstore, a cafe and an audiovisual ro...

Vodka Tasting

Vodka Tasting

Polish vodka holds great mysteries and curiosities! Take an extraordinary journey with this iconic Polish product! Polish Vodka is famous for its outstanding taste, quality and diversity. It is worth highlighting that Polish Vodka has also been enlisted at prestigious European Protected Geographical Indication Product List. During our tasting show you will taste for example: Żytnia (traditional rye Vodka), Piołunówka (Absinth), Cherry Liqueur,...

Mead Tasting

Mead Tasting

We invite all our adult groups for meads tasting from historic restaurant collection. Mead is an alcoholic beverage created by fermenting honey with water, often with various fruits, spices, grains, or hops. The alcoholic content ranges from about 3.5% ABV to more than 20%. The defining characteristic of mead is that the majority of the beverage's fermentable sugar is derived from honey. It may be still, carbonated, or naturally sparkling; dry...

Obwarzanek making workshops

Obwarzanek making workshops

Obwarzanki are traditional parboiled dough rings that tourists can meet in many parts of Kraków’s Old Town. They are part of the city’s history for over 600 years. They are loved by natives, tourists and of course by numerous Kraków’s pigeons. We offer obwarzanki making workshops during which you will learn how to make this famous product. The workshop either in English or in Polish lasts for 1h. There is also possibility of short version of 3...

Communism tour

Communism tour

It is the best way to sightsee Warsaw or Kraków in an unconventional way. The tourist travel on a vintage communism coach, by Poles because of its shape tenderly called “gherkin”, or by vintage Nysa vans from the communism area. Usually, the sightseeing schedule contains some vodka and gherkins tasting. Our guides are young and very enthusiastic which makes the trip very funny and pleasant experience.

Folklore show

Folklore show

Polish folklore combines the tradition and culture of our country. The performance of the folklore group is a combination of unique dances, singing and colourful folk costumes. The band consists of professional musicians and a pair of dancers. During the show you will be able to take an active part in both dancing and singing folk songs.

Cruises on the Vistula

Cruises on the Vistula

Cruises on the Vistula are organized from March to October. All cruises depart from beneath Wawel Castle approximately every 30mins. Aqua Fun from Krakow carries out two basic variants of cruises on the Vistula, lasting 30 and 60 minutes. During the cruise you will be able to see many attractive places, such as the Old Town, Wawel Castle, Kazimierz, the delightful castle in Przegorzały on the hills of the Wolski Forest and the 15th-century her...

Dumplings workshop

Dumplings workshop

Dumplings are one of the most popular Polish traditional dishes. You can taste them in almost all restaurants. As they are so tasty, why don’t you learn how to make them? Dumplings are known since the 13th century, there are numerous recipes for the dough and feelings that make this dish as versatile as Italian pasta. The dumplings workshop is also connected with various dumplings tasting where the best well known dumplings just must appear: w...

Stained Glass Windows Workshops

Stained Glass Windows Workshops

It is one of the most original activities that you can order in Kraków. Stained Glass Windows Museum and workshops in Kraków depict a gem of Art Nouveau achievements of famous Kraków Art School. It is located in the original building of the oldest functioning stained glass studio in Poland (operating since 1902). The Museum welcomes groups to 70 participants for 45 min workshops and guided tours and also groups up to 50 participants for 2-8 h ...

Kraków by Bike

Kraków by Bike

We invite all our groups for an active relax and sightseeing of Kraków’s main attractions from the saddle of a bike. This former capital of Poland is ideal for bicycle touring as it is compact, flat and in the centre restricted to car traffic. Our standard tour with English speaking guide will enable you to discover the Old Town, bohemian Jewish Kazimierz district and modern Podgórze. All tours are undertaken in pleasant leisurely pace and our...

Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi German Concentration Camp Museum

Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi German Concentration Camp Museum

The Auschwitz concentration camp (Konzentrationslager Auschwitz) was a complex of over 40 camps and sub-camps, built and controlled by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II. It was established by Nazi Germany in mid-1940 in the suburbs of Oświęcim, which was then on the territory incorporated into the Third Reich. At the peak of the operation of the extermination camp in Auschwitz (1944), it was divided into Auschwitz I (establis...

Schindler’s Factory

Schindler’s Factory

The Schindler's factory presents an exhibition commemorating the fate of Krakow and its inhabitants during the occupation in 1939-1945. During World War II, Schindler employed Jews who were threatened with extermination. In 1944, together with his accountant, he prepared the famous "Schindler's List", on the basis of which he bought and then transported over 1,100 Jewish workers to the territory of today's Czech Republic, thus saving them from...

Reviews

Excellent and professionally run tour. Cracow is so surprising!
I have used ITS Poland after a friend recommended them, and wasn't let down. Great guys!
I recommend this company very highly, they made us feel at ease on our visit to this wonderful city."
Maya

Questions and answers

I just wanted to ask about Wieliczka Salt Mine. Could you let me know how much walking and how many steps are involved? Is there a lift down and back up? Our clients are mixed ability when it comes to walking so I want to make sure its accessible for all.

The tour in the mine usually takes about 1.5-2 h walking on route and then some free time at the end of the tour at a restaurant and leisure mine level. The distance to cover is 3.5 km. During the whole route there are 800 steps (at the beginning there are 380 to get to the lower level of the mine). It is possible to omit the steps by taking the lift down (additional payment). If they take the lift, there will be still about 300 steps to cover with the longest one step distance of 180 steps.

If you believe it is too hard your group can take the lift up and down the mine but then they will only visit Underground Museum of Salt and not the ordinary tourist route. It is flat and takes more or less the same amount of time as a tourist route but they won't see St. Kinga's Chapel which is the biggest attraction of Wieliczka visible on most Wieliczka photos.

You may also like

Christmas Magnetism of Kraków (3 days)

Christmas Magnetism of Kraków (3 days)

3 days

Christmas period is magical for most of us but it is even more enchanting in historical Old Towns with Christmas markets in the main touristic routes. Immerse yourself in beautiful Christmas decorations, lights, scents of orange, ginger and fir tr...

Stag Weekend in Cracow

Stag Weekend in Cracow

3 days

Cracow is world famous for its crazy stag parties. Choose this destination for a spectacular celebration. Come with your friends and discover the night life of this former Polish capital in the concise old town with multitude of pubs, clubs and re...

Cracow Magical Hen Weekend

Cracow Magical Hen Weekend

3 days

Cracow is world famous for its crazy stag and hen parties. Choose this destination for a spectacular celebration. Come with your friends and discover the night life of this former Polish capital in the concise Old Town with multitude of pubs, club...

Cracow UNESCO Highlights (3 days)

Cracow UNESCO Highlights (3 days)

3 days

Cracow is the best well known Polish tourist city. It is a former capital of the country and also often called a cultural capital. Here you will find numerous UNESCO sites such as Kraków Old Town, Wieliczka Salt Mines, Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum an...

Not this trip, check out other options!
Let's go!
See our COVID-19 information. Find out how to book flexible, fair & safe!