Take an additional day off and change your weekend in Cracow in a trip to discover the treasures of southern Poland. Discover Cracow, a truly magical place, the old seat of Polish kings, the oldest Polish university, a young and colorful city. Go to Wroclaw, the capital of Lower Silesia region, known as Venice of the North. Let yourself be surprised and feel like a true adventurer. Wroclaw is a city of bridges, beautiful landscapes and panoramas, great and diverse architecture, full of monuments and attractions.

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5 days/4 nights
4 overnights in 3*/4* hotel Half-board treatment (HB)
Local transport Guided city tours
Entrance fees (as per itinerary)
Airfare Tavel insurance
Single room supplement


IMPORTANT: You can adjust this itinerary to your needs, interests, financial possibilities and time available. Would you like to change something, add something, upgrade or lower the standard of the hotel? Do you need full board treatment, or want to stay a little longer? Contact us!



Day 1


Arrival to Cracow, meeting with the guide, transfer to the hotel 3*/4*, check-in, in the afternoon sightseeing of the old Jewish district Kazimierz, one of the best preserved Jewish settlements in Europe. It was here where many scenes from Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” were filmed. Today Kazimierz is a vibrant district, popular among artists and students, known for its nightlife, art galleries and fashionable cafes and eateries. Our day will be completed with a visit at the museum of the former Oskar Schindler factory. Welcome dinner, overnight.


Day 2


Breakfast and a guided visit of the historical centre of Cracow: Wawel hill with its renaissance castle and cathedral, the resting place of the Polish kings and national leaders, Old Town, Royal Route, the largest in Europe Market Square, the cloth hall and St. Mary’s church with its altar – a wooden masterpiece of Veit Stoss. Next we proceed Wieliczka salt mine, a World Heritage site of UNESCO, one of the greatest tourist attractions of the region. Return transfer to the hotel, dinner, overnight.


Day 3


Breakfast and transfer to Auschwitz for a guided visit of the camp site. Transfer to Birkenau where still camp barracks and a railway platform with the entrance gate – one of the iconic symbols of the Holocaust – can be seen. Transfer to Wroclaw, check-in at the hotel 3*/4*, first orientation walk. Dinner, overnight.
Optional: after dinner (late evening) “Wroclaw by night” tour – we shall see beautifully illuminated bridges and buildings and a concert of the multimedia fountain by the Centennial Hall, built in 100th anniversary of the Leipzig battle, listed by UNESCO as a world heritage.


Day 4


Breakfast and guided sightseeing of the city. We will see the Market Place with its impressive gothic Town Hall and tenement houses of great artistic value, University buildings, entrance to Aula Leopoldina, full of the baroque splendor representative hall of the university authorities. We shall walk along some of the historical XIX century bridges towards the heart of the city: Ostrow Tumski island, surrounded with the waters of the Oder river ancient settlement which gave birth to the city’s history. The greatest monuments are: St. John’s cathedral and the Holy Cross church. Throughout the whole tour we shall be accompanied by small and cute dwarfs, which amount to over 300 in today’s Wroclaw. Return to the hotel, dinner, overnight.


Day 5

WROCLAW – departure

Breakfast, check-out, depending on the time available, continuation of Wroclaw sightseeing, free time. Transfer to the airport, return flight.