Krakow Day tours, transfers and Holidays

Discover Poland's famous all-time favourites - Krakow and Zakopane.

Rich history and culture, picturesque landscapes and exceptional hospitality topped
off with delicious local food and bustling nightlife!


What to expect?


Wandering around UNESCO listed Old Town with its largest market square in Europe, cobbled streets, horse-drawn carriages, a medieval castle and striking architecture.


Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, Wieliczka Salt Mine as well as Historic Centre in Krakow are all sites and landmarks of great importance for the history of Poland.


Hiking and skiing in Zakopane. Tatra Mountains will let you get away from it all and enjoy the stunning views of the mountain scenery around one of the most famous Polish resorts - Zakopane.


Friendly approach and great entertainment at lots of nightclubs, pubs and restaurants with delicious food and a wide choice of drinks - all reasonably priced and served with a smile. Best deal package holidays to Kraków.


Poland, as one of the quickest developing countries in Eastern Europe, is a real jewel when it comes to tourist attractions. It boasts an amazing combination of a rich history and culture with bustling nightlife, warm hospitality and incredible scenery of Zakopane surrounded by the Tatra mountains on the south and lakes and the Baltic sea at the north border of Poland

On our trips to Poland you will get a chance to experience superb atmosphere of Krakow known as the“cultural capital” of Poland and enjoy the stunning views of Tatra mountain range while exploring Zakopane – a popular mountain resort renowned from its unique ambiance and warm hospitality. Holidays contains also travel to the notorious extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau and a unique salt mine in Wieliczka to discover its wonderful chapels and sculptures. In the evening, we will indulge ourselves into Krakow’s lively entertainment scene as the city boasts a great choice of excellent bars, clubs and restaurants.

Trust our local knowledge and choose one of the trips we organize based on your interests, schedule and budget. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of small group tours in Krakow and Polish Tatra mountains - hiking holiday in Zakopane is always a great idea!

Explore Poland as part of the DREAM TEAM!

Krakow & zakopane - what to see


Krakow’s Main Square, located at the heart of the Old Town, is the city jewel. Originally, it was designed in 1257. Since then, the area’s outline has hardly changed. What has emerged recently is a multitude of lovely restaurants and bars buzzing with tourists from across the world on their trips to Kraków. Crowned by St. Mary’s Basilica, which has preserved its look and the tradition to play the bugle call from the early XIV century, Rynek Głowny remains the largest medieval square and one of the liveliest old towns in Europe.


Wawel Castle is a former Royal residence in which the majority of Poland’s rulers were crowned. Located on a hill (228 m above sea level) this splendid architectural complex was built over centuries with the 1st stone building erected in the 11th century while the Renaissance residence was commissioned in the 16th century. Today this landmark consists of 24 impressive buildings and charms visitors with its majestic atmosphere.


Arguably, the most notorious concentration camp in which mass extermination of Jews, Roma, Soviet POWs and Poles took place during WWII. Around 1.1 million of people were murdered and died of malnutrition and physical exhaustion in the subhuman conditions. You should expect a very emotional tour that will send shivers down your spine. Yet, it is an informative one, and you can learn a tragic history lesson. Auschwitz-Birkenau tour is a must-do during your holidays in Krakow


On our Krakow salt mine tour to Wieliczka, at a depth of 135m, a fascinating underground world will unveil, with corridors, chapels, statues and chambers carved out of salt. The first Wieliczka shaft appeared in the 13th century. You will have a unique chance to learn about conditions of work of salt miners and see their tools. See saline lakes, listen to Chopin’s music and marvel at salt dripstones. Upon completion of the 1.5-kilometre tour you will have no doubt that place is worthy of being on UNESCO’s 1st World List of Natural and Cultural Heritage , i.e. to be among the first 12 sites in the world!


You probably watched or heard of Schindler’s List, one of the top-rated 10 films (according to the list made by IMDb users), and so you might know about Oscar Schindler who saved lives of 1200 Jews during WWII. These days the premises of the famous Oscar Schindler factory serve as a museum dedicated to the history of Krakow during WWII (1935-1945). The exposition won’t leave you indifferent, as it provides insight into life conditions during the Nazi occupation, fate of Jewish people, displays a fast amount of items from the war and contains amazing interactive material. This is a must have on your list of tours in Krakow


Kazimierz (or the Jewish District) is Krakow’s unique place. Initially it was a separate town and merged with Krakow in 1800. At the end of the 15th century Kazimierz became a Jewish settlement, and remained such for over 400 years, until the Nazi relocated Jews to a ghetto in Podgorze and devastated the once flourishing district. After years of disrepair, Kazimierz once again became lively and vibrant with numerous restaurants and bars springing thanks to Schindler’s List that was filmed here. The district differs from the rest of the city: it abounds in synagogues, Jewish cemeteries and buildings scarred by the atrocities of the 20th century, giving home to the best nightlife in Krakow in the 21st century.


Morskie Oko is a symbol of the Tatra mountains. It's located some 25 kms from Zakopane. To get to this picturesque mountain lake, you need to cover a distance of 8 kms or hire a traditional horse carriage, but the views you can see at the end of your journey are truly rewarding. Surrounded by the majestic mountains, the waters of the biggest lake in the Tatras are crystal-clear and enable you to see 12m below the water surface. There is a wooden shelter at the lake, where you can lodge and which serves as a great base for exploring the picturesque trails of the Tatra mountains. Holiday in Zakopane must contain trip to Morskie Oko


Being one of the most prominent mountains in the Polish Tatras (1987 m), Kasprowy Wierch offers magnificent views of the mountains and pinnacles on one of its sides and over a stretching valley on the other side. You can reach the summit by taking a 15-minute ride on a cable car or by going on a hike, which will take about 3 hours. Once on the summit, you can visit the highest meteorological observatory in Poland, enjoy breathtaking views or go on one of the hiking routes available on the top of the mountain. Kasprowy Wierch is a perfect place for skiing in Zakopane. It has two separate trials on other sides of the mountain called Gąsienicowa and Goryczkowa. Skiing holiday in Zakopane can’t be counted without visiting a Kasprowy Wierch with ski or snowboard.


Don't miss out on our best deals and great discounts - stay tuned to get them first!