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Krakow City Break

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Product Code : AGORA849

Embark on a private Krakow City Break tour and immerse yourself in the fascinating history and vibrant culture of this Polish gem. Explore the impressive Wawel Castle, wander through the historic Kazimierz district, and pay a solemn visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Discover the rich Jewish heritage of Krakow and gain a deeper understanding of the Holocaust. With a personalized itinerary and expert guidance, experience the highlights of Krakow and create lasting memories on this private tour.

Day 1: Arrival in Krakow and Introduction to the City

Upon your arrival at Krakow Airport, you will be greeted by a driver who will provide a comfortable transfer to your hotel in the city center. After checking in and settling into your accommodation, take some time to rest and refresh.

In the afternoon, embark on an introductory walking tour of Krakow. Start with a visit to the magnificent Wawel Castle, perched atop Wawel Hill. Explore the castle grounds, including the Cathedral and the Royal Chambers, and learn about the rich history of Polish kings and queens.

Continue your exploration by strolling through the charming streets of the Kazimierz district. This historic neighborhood was once the center of Jewish life in Krakow and is now a vibrant area filled with trendy cafes, unique boutiques, and art galleries. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this culturally diverse district, discovering its hidden gems and learning about its significance.


Day 2: Auschwitz-Birkenau and Jewish Heritage

After enjoying a delicious breakfast at the hotel, embark on a profound and thought-provoking visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau, located just outside of Krakow. This former Nazi concentration and extermination camp is now a memorial and museum dedicated to honoring the victims of the Holocaust.

With a knowledgeable guide, explore the grounds, buildings, and exhibits that provide insight into the atrocities committed during World War II. Gain a deeper understanding of the Holocaust and pay tribute to those who suffered and lost their lives.

In the afternoon, delve further into Krakow's Jewish heritage with a visit to the historic Jewish Quarter. Explore the remnants of the old Jewish ghetto and visit the significant landmarks, such as the Remuh Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery. Learn about the vibrant Jewish culture that once thrived in this area and its important place in Krakow's history.


Day 3: Farewell to Krakow

Start your day with a satisfying breakfast at the hotel, preparing for your final day in Krakow.

Spend the morning exploring the charming streets of the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the beautiful architecture, including the impressive St. Mary's Basilica and the iconic Cloth Hall in the Main Market Square. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere as you stroll through the charming streets lined with cafes, restaurants, and shops.

Consider a visit to the Underground Museum located beneath the Main Market Square. Uncover the secrets and history of medieval Krakow as you explore the archaeological remains and interactive exhibits.

In the afternoon, enjoy some leisure time to indulge in Polish cuisine, shop for souvenirs, or visit one of the city's museums or galleries. Before bidding farewell to Krakow, take a moment to reflect on the beauty and history you have experienced during your time in this captivating city.

Conclude your Krakow City Break with a departure transfer from the hotel to Krakow Airport, ensuring a smooth and convenient journey home.

- Airport transfers upon arrival and departure

- Accommodation in a centrally located hotel

- Daily breakfast at the hotel from day 2 onward

- Private guided tours of Krakow's top attractions, including Wawel Castle, Kazimierz district, and Auschwitz-Birkenau

- Expert local guide providing historical and cultural insights

- Entrance fees to attractions and museums as per the itinerary

- Transportation for tours and transfers within Krakow

- Recommendations for dining options and authentic Polish cuisine

- Assistance with restaurant reservations

- Personalized itinerary tailored to your interests and preferences

- All taxes and service charges

- Flights to and from Krakow

- Meals and beverages (other than breakfast)

- Personal expenses such as souvenirs, shopping, and tips

- Travel insurance (highly recommended)

- Any other item not specifically mentioned as included