Discover Krakow with us. WowKrakow is an offer containing a sightseeing tour around the city on red cabrio buses that run along a fixed route allowing you to get on and off at designated stops any number of times. The audio system in 7 languages tells about attractions located around the nearest stop on the route. By purchasing a ticket you can take advantage of many attractions and discounts.
A visit to the Auschwitz Birkenau Museum in Oświęcim, the largest former concentration camp and a place of reflection can broaden your historical knowledge about Holocaust - what it was and how it functioned.
Plan all-day trip from Krakow to Oświęcim.
Visit to Manufactory of Glass Decorations in Bębło is a good chance to see process of productions and participation in workshop.
Wieliczka Salt Mine is a historic mining facility, unique in the world, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The original mine workings: sidewalks, ramps, operating chambers, lakes and shafts occupy a total of about 300 km on 9 levels and reach down to a depth of 327 m.
Plan a trip from Krakow to Wieliczka.
Jasna Góra is the most frequently visited Shrine to the Virgin Mary in Poland. Its most precious treasure is the Miraculous Image of the Blessed Virgin Mary Immaculately Conceived - the Black Madonna, six times visited by the Holy Father John Paul II.
Plan all-day trip from Krakow to Czestochowa.
Krakow is the European city of culture with medieval history, monuments of Polish culture and religion. Sacral buildings, both historic and contemporary, attract international pilgrimage groups. Wawel Cathedral, St. Mary's Basilica, the Shrine in Łagiewniki, and John Paul II Centre are the most important places on the route of the Polish Pope.
Plan your sightseeing tour of Krakow in the footsteps of John Paul II.
Krakow Kazimierz, the former Jewish quarter, is a historic, very characteristic district, which during the 14th-15th century functioned as an independent city. Monuments of Kazimierz were inscribed on the UNESCO List of World Heritage. Tourist facilities and the atmosphere of the district in which Jewish culture mingles with the Christian make the place both original and attractive. Numerous restaurants and bars are teeming with nightlife.
Plan a walk and a sightseeing tour around Kazimierz.
Wadowice is the hometown of John Paul II in which he spent his teenage years. Kalwaria Zebrzydowska called “Polish Jerusalem” is a place of worship with Passion and Marian Sanctuary inscribed on the UNESCO List of World Heritage. In Krakow Łagiewniki there is a Sanctuary with Miraculous Image of the Merciful Jesus as well as the relics and reconstituted cell of Saint Faustina canonised by John Paul II.
Plan all-day trip that will help you to learn more about the pontificate of John Paul II.
Nowa Huta is the Krakow district, which became a symbol of communism. On the assumption of the post-war Polish government it was to be a communist paradise and independent city. Today it is the largest residential district of Krakow. It is located 10 km from the historic centre of Krakow and is a typical example of the architecture characteristic of the era of socialism prevailing in Poland and neighbouring countries after the Second World War.
Take advantage of the journey to the times of communism.
Cruise along the Vistula is a form of exploring Krakow from the perspective of the queen of Polish rivers. During the tour you can see: Wawel Hill and Manggha Centre, Norbertine Sisters Convent and Castle in Przegorzały, Kosciuszko Mound as well as Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec.
Beautifully situated Pieniny range has one of Europe's biggest tourist attractions - rafting by wooden rafts along the Dunajec River.
The city enchants with monuments inscribed on the UNESCO List, its unique history and atmosphere of vibrant Main Market Square and Krakow Kazimierz. It wins in the popularity ratings with major European cities. We recommend you a stroll along the Royal Route - the Barbican, Old Walls with Florian's Gate, Main Market Square, the Sukiennice, St. Mary's Church, Town Hall Tower and Wawel Castle.
Zakopane is a must for tourists visiting the southern part of Poland. The city situated at the foot of the Polish Tatras is attractive both in summer and winter. The unique character of the architecture and the regional customs make a lasting impression on the tourists’ memory. The natural beauty of the Tatra National Park captivates with its uniqueness.