Cracow City Break

City Breaks

from 156 GBP

The capital of Poland from the 11th to the 16th century, Cracow is a centre of history, culture and learning like no other. A former residence of monarchs, a treasury of art and architecture that survived the destruction of World War II, and home to one of the first universities which was established in the mid-14th century, today is one of the most historically valuable cities in Europe. The enchanting Old Town, ringed by a park, is listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.




Royal Castle proudly rising from Wawel Hill, the Main Square - the most magnificent marketplace of medieval Europe, the Cloth Hall decorated with mascarons and featuring 13th-century market stalls, St. Mary’s Church with its famous altar by Veit Stoss and the bugle call played from the tower, the historic university buildings, streets with numerous nooks and crannies, cafés vibrant with life - all this together creates the unique charm of the “Magic town”.


Day 1 Cracow

Arrival at the Balice Airport in Cracow. Meeting with guide and transfer to hotel. Check-in. Dinner at the hotel restaurant. Evening stroll around the beautifully illuminated Market Square. Dinner at the restaurant and an evening at one of Cracow’s many pubs. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2 Cracow

Breakfast. Meeting with guide. A day to discover the charms of old Cracow. Sightseeing starts at Wawel Hill where the programme includes a visit to the Cathedral with the Royal Tombs and the Zygmunt Bell, and a stroll around the castle courtyard. Sightseeing continues along the Royal Route: Kanonicza street and Grodzka street which include architectural gems such as the Church of Saints Peter and Paul and the Church of St. Andrew. Then, on to the Main Square and Collegium Maius - the oldest building of the Jagiellonian University - for a stroll around the courtyard with its picturesque galleries. Sightseeing ends with a visit to St. Mary’s Church and a chance to see the famous altar by Veit Stoss. In the afternoon there will be free time for relaxing over a cup of coffee or shopping in the Main Square, where the commercial traditions date back to the Middle Ages. Evening in Kazimierz. A stroll around the mysterious streets of this historic Jewish district, and dinner at one of the restaurants serving Jewish cuisine accompanied by a concert of klezmer music. Return to hotel. Overnight stay

Day 3 Cracow - Departure

Breakfast. Check-out and transfer to the airport. Departure from Poland.

Other attractions of the city and in its vicinity:
- Exhibitions at the Royal Castle on Wawel Hill: Royal Chambers, Treasury and Armoury, Lost Wawel, Dragon’s Den, Oriental Art
- Czartoryski Museum - a rich art collection, including Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting Lady with the Ermine
- Kościuszko’s Mound - one of four mounds in Cracow offering a beautiful panorama of the city and environs
- A ride around the Old Town in a horse-drawn cab or electric car
- A concert at the Karol Szymanowski Cracow Philharmonic
- Wieliczka - a Unesco-Listed salt mine, that has been in operation since the Middle Ages.

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