Krakow: the traveller dream
Modern tourism is focused on the needs of customers: the attractions are tailored to individual needs. That's why we depart from the organized group trips to comfortably spend holidays according to ours individual expectations: and the biggest European tourist resorts provide us great opportunities in this field. You only have to present your expectations and specialists will provide you with transport, tickets and guides on the chosen attractions. Today, it's not only monuments and tourist paths that attract tourists - currently, we are more and more willing to use specially prepared, comprehensive offers.
Unique atmosphere and entertainment
Krakow in this respect is the pioneer on the tourism market in Poland. This is a city which attracts crowds of tourists from around the world every year. As statistics show, they gladly come back here in the following years, because it's impossible to resist the charm of the city and get to know all its advantages in a few days. Krakow is primarily famous for its wonderful monuments and unique atmosphere, entertainment and electrifying nightlife. Tourists who come to Krakow for the first time usually focus on getting know the historical image of the city – Wawel Castle, Kazimierz and Main Square. What is less obvious face of the city? Check what things to do in Krakow will interest you!
Things to do in Krakow
Krakow is the metropolis of southern Poland, the center of cultural and economic life. We'll find here a rich entertainment offer for people looking for exclusive services and high-flying entertainment. The best hotels, exquisite restaurants and wellness centers are waiting for you. Noteworthy are also activities such as wine and whiskey tasting, flying target shooting or the best in this part of Poland golf course and horse studs.
For young adventurous travellers Krakow has prepared a wide range: from bungee jumping through offroad to booble football. You don't need to know the topography of the city and public transport - just specify how you want to spend time and the guide will take care of every detail of the trip. You'll experience unforgettable moments in Krakow thanks to the night guides who'll take you to the best pubs in the city and you'll have the opportunity to experience the biggest boat party on the Vistula river!
Interesting places near Krakow
It is also worth visiting nearby towns. In Auschwitz, about 70 km away, you'll see the testimony of the greatest Nazi crime - the Holocaust; In Wieliczka next to Krakow you'll visit the oldest salt mine and you'll have the opportunity to feel like a real miner. It's also a place recognized as a health resort! If you are looking for fresh air and breath-taking views, be sure to visit Zakopane (100 km away) - the most beautiful mountain town in Poland. Zakopane offers not only the beauty of nature, but also excellent tourist facilities - regional restaurants, thermal pools, saunas and the best hotels. Would you like to try the famous papal cream cake? You'll find it in nearby Wadowice - the hometown of Pope John Paul II.
So, how you can see Krakow opens up a wide range of possibilities - come and see it for yourself and you'll fall in love with this amazing city!