Wieliczka Salt Mine
is one of the most precious world-class historical monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Wonderful underground chapels, charming lakes, original devices and tools as well as traces of mining works provide the image of human work, passions, faiths and struggle with natural elements.
Discover the underground town with an extended infrastructure of underground passages hammered in the rock.
was one of the largest extermination camps and the place of mass genocide in Europe during WW II. Now, Auschwitz- Birkenau is a symbol of terror, genocide and Holocaust. The museum area covers crematoria and barracks in which museum exhibits are now presented and railway ramps where prisoners were selected to die in gas chambers. The museum collection includes personal belongings of deported Jewish people, photographs and crime evidence left by the perpetrators.
The Camp has been entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
is the most famous mountain resort at the base of the Tatra Mountains, often referred to as the “winter capital of Poland”. The town is famous for its beautiful location, breath-taking views, various wooden architectural objects, unique climate and mood, mountain folk music and good food.
The town has a lot to offer in winter as well as in summer. In winter skiing-lovers may enjoy ski lifts, well developed ski pistes and slopes offering unforgettable experience. In summer mountain hikers will appreciate and enjoy hiking across forests, valleys and rock chains.
The views of majestic mountains may be still more exciting due to cable and funicular railways to Gubałówka, Kasprowy Wierch and Butorowy Wierch.
A trip to Zakopane is a unique opportunity to meet unusual natural phenomena and genuine folk culture of the Polish highlanders.
WADOWICE-KALWARIA – ON THE FOOTSTEPS OF ST. JOHN PAUL II
Wadowice, a town on the Skawa River, some 50 km away of Kraków is the birthplace of John Paul II. There is the Holy Father John Paul II Family Home Museum in Wadowice, where you can find precious tokens, mementos, photographs, certificates and other documents related to the local life and activities of the future pope. The next stop on the sightseeing tour is Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. It is a beautiful baroque pilgrimage centre recognised as a part of the world cultural heritage and entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After the visit to the Bernardine convent the trip continues along the Stations of the Cross, i.e. a number of chapels beautifully embedded in the local landscape.
At the end of the tour we will take you to the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Kraków-Łagiewniki, a shrine of St. Faustyna Kowalska where her relics are exhibited.