- Cracow Free Tours
These are free walking tours around Cracow with licensed guides. This is an extraordinary way to discover the most important and the most interesting places on the tourist map of Cracow. The tours are free and depend on the system of tips—if you liked the cruise, you leave a tip to the amount that you can afford.
There is no need to reserve the cruises in advance; it is enough to appear at the place of assembly. It is during the strolls that you can admire the grand architecture of Cracow and feel the city’s atmosphere. The guides will tell you many legends and funny stories connected with Cracow and its residents.
Cruises on offer:
- The Main Square and the Old City
- Cracow by night
- Nowa Huta
- The remnants of communism
- The secrets of Polish cuisine
- Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum
This is an Authentic Place of Remembrance at the terrain of the former Natzi concentration camp in Oświęcim. By visiting this place you can get to know and increase the knowledge about the greatest tragedy in human history that Holocaust was.
The cruise together with the journey lasts for about 6-7 hours under the guide’s custody, from which two hours are devoted to sightseeing of the first part of the Museum and the following hour is devoted to the visit in Brzezinka. The tour starts with the pickup of the hostel guests and ends with taking them back to the starting point.
- The Salt Mine in Wieliczka
This is the oldest salt mine in Poland, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. While embarking on the amazing journey through the underground corridors, 135 metres below the ground level, you can admire huge halls, beautiful chapels and sculptures—all of these sculpted in salt!
The tour together with the journey lasts for about 4-5 hours under the custody of the guide. The sightseeing of the mine itself lasts for about two hours. The tour starts with the pickup of the hostel guests and ends with taking them back to the starting point.