Kraków’s Old Town survived the Second World War, so you’re able to feel the ambience of the days when it used to be the capital of Europe’s largest country. Come join us for a tour around a city that hasn’t changed much since the Middle Ages to find out why it was included on the first-ever UNESCO Heritage List!
The former German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp is the only place of its kind that has been entered on a UNESCO World Heritage List. Initially it functioned as a concentration camp, but it quickly became the place of extermination of over 1.1 million men, women, and children. Nowadays, the complex consists of KL Auschwitz situated in the city of Oswiecim and KL Birkenau in village of Brzezinka and is accessible for the visitors assisted by a local guide. Undoubtedly, it is a solemn place which impresses all visitors, and an important memorial to the victims of the extermination.
Come and discover one of the seven wonders of Poland. The breathtaking salt mines await us and will leave you feeling completely astonished.
Krakow is one of the cities with the most stories in Poland. Its historical center allows us to discover the impressive culture of the Poles. Here is the Market Square (Rinek Glówni), one of the most famous sites in the city. In this square we can go into medieval times for its unique architecture and we can visit the Basilica of Santa María. If you dare and join us on the Free Walking Tour Krakow, our guide tour in Spanish will help you understand the unique customs and mentality of the Poles, which formed the hard centuries of this nation. Centuries have passed as Poles were fighting for their freedom against printers. Who did not know that for many decades in the 20th century. This nation suffered from Nazism and from Communism. But they always had faith and in the year 1920 Karol Józef Wojtila, Father John Paul II, was born. who changed the destiny of Poland and is again among the great nations.
Although the largest religion in Poland is Catholicism, Krakow is one of the oldest Jewish neighborhoods in Europe. Until II. World War, the city's Jewish population lived in this area, until the Jews were transferred to the Krakow ghetto, to the Podgorze neighborhood. When we visit the Jewish quarter of Krakow, we have to visit the Old Synagogue and the Remuh Synagogue. If you want to know more about the suffering of the Jewish population during II. World War, we recommend you to join us on the Auschwitz Birkenau Tour. Variety of excursions and tours ready for your enjoyment.
But the history of Krakow does not only have sad times. Come to this wonderful city and discover with us the happy parts too and we will recommend places where you can try the typical dishes of Krakow, such as zureg, pioregi or bigos. The best free tour Krakow await you.
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