Royal route – contains the most attractive places: Wawel Hill, St. Peter and Paul's Church, Franciscanes' Church, Collegium Maius, Main Square, Mariacki Church, City Wall and Barbican. We recomendate the trail for all who want to get acquined with the heard of Krakow.


 Jewish Quarter - during the visit one will see seven sinagogues staying in the district (Remuh Sinagoge and Cemetery inside - optionally), mikveh, ritual slaughterhouse, Jewish Community Center.


 John Paul II trail - this is proposition for pilgrims and people directly interested of this person. Before John Paul II became the pope he was the cardinal of Krakow. Here are places connected with his priesthood and his early adultness


 Podgorze - the quarter where during II World War existed Jewish Ghetto. This sight may be an option to enlarge visiting Jewish Quarter.



 Nowa Huta - communist part of Krakow, it is great proposition for those who want to get to know contemporary history of Krakow and Poland.

Royal route – the route contains the most attractive monuments of Krakow: the Wawel Hill, Kanonicza-street, St. Peter and Paul's Church, Franciscanes' Church, Collegium Maius, the Main Square, Mariacki Church, Florianska-street, City Wall and Barbican. We recomendate the trail for all who want to get acquined with the heard of Krakow.
Sightseing time - 4 hours
Exemplary route

Jewish District – during the tour we get acquined with fascinating Jewish culture. We get to Remuh Sinagoge, we see the oldest cemetery in Krakow, we pass by oriental streets of the district, finally we get to "Tempel Sinagoge", the only one build by reformed Jewish.

Sightseing time - 3-4 hours
Exemplary route

John Paul II route – because here Karol Wojtyla studied at the Jagiellonian University, here he got priesthood, here he lived and worked. We will see: Paulines' Monastery "Skalka", the Wawel Cathedral, Bishops' Palace. In the evening we spend the time climbing on Kosciuszko Mound, where we can see beautiful panoramic view on Krakow.

Sightseing time - 5-6 hours
Exemplary route

Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau – seventy kilometers from Krakow Germans created concentration camp. The camp became the largest cemetery of the world. Here, died more than one million people, mainly Jewisch but also Polish, Gipsies and other nationalities

Krakow Monastries – Krakow, former capital of Poland, is still home for various monasteries and convents of catholic world. Next to the ones, situated in the Old Town and Kazimierz, there are few on the peryphery of Krakow. They are Benedictines, Cisterians, Camaldolis or Sisters of Divine Mercy. We propose visiting the places for pilgrims or as additional sightseing

Wadowice and Kalwaria Zebrzydowska – beautiful, hilly area, fifty kilometers south of Krakow. Monastery of Frailes Minor and Kalvaria Paths is a perfect place to contemplate and rest far from the noisy civilisation. It is worth to spend some time also in Wadowice, John Paul II's home town, where we can see his church and family house

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