Get ready for a five-days trip, as you will need this time to explore the most interesting places in Poland! This is a great opportunity to visit the charming and colorful Old Town of Warsaw, historical Krakow, and the mysterious Wieliczka Salt Mine. The trip starts with a visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, where you will have an unforgettable experience. Afterwards you will visit the spectacular city of Krakow, which is famous for its medieval atmosphere and well-preserved historical heritage. Yet, not also will you enjoy the landscape of the city but also you will be invited to experience some nightlife in Krakow, so get ready for the so-called Power Hour.
Also, you will have a chance to see Warsaw from an architectural point of view, as there is a huge diversity of architectural styles varying in buildings all around the capital of Poland, and, thus, reflecting a rich past of the city.
Yet, Warsaw is famous not only for its rich past but also for its restaurants and entertainment venues. And the last but not least, you will be invited to visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine! There you will put yourself in a miner’s shoes, and dark, hidden tunnels and salty air will become part of your day for a while.
The Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum
The Auschwitz–Birkenau Memorial and Museum is the former German nazi concentration and extermination camp, where professional guides will reveal you some historical facts about cruel times during the World War II.
The „Wieliczka” salt Mine
The „Wieliczka” salt Mine is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in Poland, and it is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. During the expedition to the Miner’s Route you will experience a real adventure while walking through the hidden tunnels and being surrounded by salty air.
The Power Hour Club crawl
One more attraction, called the Power Hour, will be organised for you in one of the largest student cities in Poland – Krakow. During the Power Hour you will have a chance to try various beverages within one hour! And later on you will visit well-rated nightclubs together with tour leaders.
Guides in Krakow
Professional guides in Krakow will answer all your questions about this historical city as well as show you the most popular venues like the Jewish Quarter and the beautiful Main Square in the Old Town.
Guided tour of Warsaw
During the guided tour of Warsaw a knowledgeable local guide will tell you interesting stories about this wonderful city, which has a turbulent history represented in a diversity of architecture in the city. Walking along the streets and listening to the stories about people who used to live there will give you a unique glimpse of the past.