Krakow - Travel DMC is an inbound tour operator with 20 years of experience in organizing culture trips to Krakow. It can coordinate a wide range of services and activities such as accommodation, catering, guided tours, transfers etc...
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Prior to the Second World War Krakow was the biggest Jewish community in Poland, where Jews constituted 65 000 inhabitants. Embark on an insightful journey through Krakow, Shtetls and the biggest Nazi concentration camp - Auschwitz and learn about the life and the extermination of Polish Jews.
7 days/6 nights
A pilgrimage to the graves of miracle rabbis and cultural icons of the Orthodox Church, the former border between Muslim and Christian culture and above all, Krakow and Lviv - two fascinating, Central Eastern European cultural metropolises.more
If you are currently planning a trip with your Rotarian Club to Kraków we will prepare a suitable offer for you. We have been organising trips of Rotary Clubs in Poland for the last 20 years. To date we have provided our services to around 30 clubs from Germany, Great Britain, France and Italy.more
Krakow is a pearl of architecture and a treasure chest of works of art. To explore it fully and thoroughly is not an easy task, however, we can guarantee to acquaint you with all the essentials of Krakow and it's surroundings during our city break program. Discover what wonders holds the former Polish capital and one of the most beautiful cities in Europe in just 4 days.more
Visit the two capitals of Poland - Warsaw and Krakow - both rich in history and culture, as well as religiously significant Czestochowa and the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp.
5 days/4 nights
Get acquainted with Polish Christmas customs in the magnificent city of Krakow. Enjoy the christmas market, guided tour of the city and the Wieliczka salt mine or take a day trip to Zakopane - a town in the High Tatras vibrant with folklore.
4 days/3 nights