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About Krakow

Krakow is the second-largest city in Poland and its previous capital. But where is Krakow? It is situated in southern Poland in the stunning Lesser Poland region. Krakow keeps getting more and more popular among tourists from all over the world and it’s really easy to get here by any means of transportation! There have been almost 7 million passengers using Krakow Balice Airport last year, you can fly there directly from essentially any place in Europe as well as many cities outside it and the airport is constantly developing new destinations so that Krakow can be accessible to everyone!

Even if you are visiting Poland but Krakow is not the main interest you should still consider visiting! There are flights and fast trains to our city from Warsaw, the journey doesn’t even take 3 hours so you can drop by even just for one day. You can easily travel from Gdansk, Wroclaw or Poznan as well. There are also trains to Krakow from Prague or Vienna so the choices are pretty much endless, they are just around the corner! Remember that we can pick you up both from the airport and central train or bus station.

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Pauline M.
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Well organised tour. Fantastic communication. We were picked up at our accommodation at the appointed time. New busses and great staff. Our guides for Auschwitz and the salt mines were both excellent. Good lunch provided too. Highly recommended!

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Mitch W.
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Had a lovely one day tour of Auschwitz and Salt mine :)

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Sebastiaan K
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Tomasz was friendly, on time, and with booking the Auschwitz and Salt mines tour everything was in a timely manner and we did not have to worry about tickets and lunch! We'll informed via email. Would recommend. Prices seem very reasonable for what they offer you :)

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Lisa M.
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Krakow Shuttle - first class service We used this company for transfers and tours while on a recent trip to Krakow. We went on the full day trip to Auschwitz/Birkenau and the Salt Mines. 11 hours in total. Well organised and everything ran like clockwork. Two days later we used them to go to Zakopane. Again, great service, excellent timings and comfortable coaches and minibuses. I really have no complaints. They are competitively priced too.

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John R. ,
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Bustling airport, very modern and spacious. Everywhere looks clean and well kept.

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The Old Town has entered the UNESCO World Heritage List 40 years ago. That makes it one of the first 12 sites that were chosen! UNESCO celebrates all of the Old Town, which includes Planty Park, Main Square and Town Hall Tower, Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) and St.Marys Basilica, the Jagiellonian University (oldest in the country and one of first in Europe), beautiful townhouses, and Wawel Hill with its Royal Wawel Castle and the city quarter of Stradom. Additionally, Kazimierz is also honored by UNESCO. Long time ago, it was a separate city from Krakow, but nowadays they combined with each other. You can find many wonders of Jewish culture there, such as synagogues and cemeteries. Last but not least, nearby Salt Mine Wieliczka and Death Camp Auschwitz Birkenau also are on the list.

Krakow is one of the hottest and most attractive city destinations in Europe. When you come to visit, you should remember to not fall into a trap of tunnel vision. The city itself is wonderful and offers endless sights, which makes it easy to forget about nearby sight-seeing sites that are often as iconic as the Krakow itself. Do not let yourself miss them simply because you got too absorbed by all the goodness offered by Krakow! For example, Auschwitz-Birkenau is only a short car trip away from Krakow, and remains to be the most powerful reminder of World War II. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is also worth taking a detour from Krakow for, and if you don’t trust us, trust UNESCO and thousands of other tourists who deem it worthy! If you like hiking, conquer the Tatry Mountains and enjoy the Winter Capital of Poland, Zakopane City. Krakow attracts many pilgrims, and when they come to visit, nearby Wadowice are pretty much obligatory part of their journey. This is of course because of Pope John Paul II, who had a special place in his heart for Krakow and nearby locations. If you want to walk in his steps, visit Wadowice, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and Łagiewniki. You should also take a look at Jasna Góra monastery. Częstochowa in general is an interesting place for both historical and religious reasons. Especially when the two intersect! The most famous moment in Częstochowa history is the miraculous defense against Siege of Jasna Góra during the Swedish Deluge. If you go 30km to the north of Krakow, you will find one of the most beautiful National Parks to ever be. Ojców National Park is a perfect place for those who love to relax by being active. Walks, biking, hiking, Ojców National Park is great for all of these.

A splendid idea for a path is walking on the boulevard of Vistula river. Another good idea is going to see one of the five mounds! From the city center, the easiest accessible ones are Kościuszki and Krakus Mounds. You also can’t go wrong by deciding to visit the Krakow Zoo and Wolski Forest. This is also where the biggest of mounds, the Piłsudski Mound, can be found!

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