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Old town in Krakow

Krakow and Auschwitz Nazi Camp – UNESCO Sites to discover from Warsaw

In a hurry? Join our 1-day tour to Krakow from Warsaw and taste an unforgettable, artistic mood and visit unique streets of this former capital city of Poland!
Wieliczka Salt Mine

Krakow and Salt Mine in Wieliczka – breathtaking UNESCO Sites

Kraków is the most popular tourist destination in Poland. Visit it in combination with outstanding Wieliczka Salt Mine!
Auschwitz Nazi Camp

Auschwitz Nazi Camp – primary symbol of the Holocaust, UNESCO Site

A network of concentration and extermination camps built and operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazis.
Jasna Gora, Czestochowa

Czestochowa – Poland’s most important shrine to the Virgin Mary

The city is known for the famous Pauline Monastery of Jasna Góra, which is the home of the precious Black Madonna painting.
Kazimierz Dolny

Kazimierz Dolny – the pearl of Polish renaissance architecture

Kazimierz Dolny is a masterpiece of renaissance architecture, picturesquely situated by the Vistula River and surrounded by hills and valleys.
European bison in Poland

Białowieża National Park Tour – Face to Face with a Bison

Lose yourself in the largest surviving area of primeval forest in Europe and meet bison face to face!

Fryderyk Chopin and Masovian country – Feel Chopin’s Creativity

Search for the roots of Chopin's creativity in the place of his birth and get in touch with nature in the Kampinoski National Park!

Torun – medieval gothic city of Copernicus and tasty gingerbread

Become charmed by one of the oldest cities in Poland. Torun – an outstanding example of medieval gothic town called one of Seven Wonders of Poland.

Treblinka – remains of the Nazi Extermination Camp from World War II

Feel the weight of history in Treblinka, the site of two Nazi camps: the Extermination Camp and the Penal Labour Camp.
Castle in Lublin

Lublin and Majdanek – “little Krakow” and former Nazi Camp

Not without reason this city is called by tourists "little Krakow". It is the most important cultural and also the biggest academic centre in Eastern Poland.
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