Tour Itinerary in Krakow

Day 1

Upon arrival in Krakow, make your way to the hotel to check in for 3 nights (private transfer available at additional cost).

4 Star Hotel Kossak.
Check in from 14.00 hrs.

Day 2

After breakfast, our English-speaking tour guide will meet you at reception for an orientation tour of the city on foot.
Seen by many as country’s cultural capital, Krakow is by far Poland’s best-known and most-visited city. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Krakow Old Town and former Jewish quarter of Kazimierz, among the best preserved sites in Europe. Home to Central Europe’s second oldest university – an object of national pride – as well as a bustling cultural, academic and business centre, Krakow has a lot to offer.

Day 3  

Day at leisure
Optional tour to Auschwitz – half day tour
Optional tour to Salt Mine – half day tour

Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum – half day group tour

During World War II Auschwitz-Birkenau was the largest concentration camp of Nazi Germany. It was established in the suburbs of the city of Oswiecim (Auschwitz in German), 60 kilometres west of Krakow. It took the lives of over 1.1 million people, mostly Jewish, but also Poles, Romanians and Russians. Liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp took place in January 1945. Before that however, Nazi authorities tried to destroy as much evidence of the mass murders as possible. After the war, the Polish government decided to restore Auschwitz-Birkenau and turn it into a museum. It preserves the memory of Auschwitz-Birkenau and honours the victims of Nazism. Now it is part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites and more than 2 million tourists visit Auschwitz-Birkenau each year.

The Wieliczka Salt Mine– half day group excursion

Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the oldest in the world and was established in the 13th century. Today salt is no longer mined in Wieliczka, but this original underground complex is preserved in a great condition, making it a world-class monument. Wieliczka Salt Mine was recognised in the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List due to its breath taking underground chambers carved entirely in salt, and remains one of the most popular day trips from Krakow, drawing the attention of over one million visitors each year.

Day 4  

After breakfast at your hotel, check out by 12.00 noon.


Hotel Kossak, Krakow

The Kossak Hotel is located on the Vistula River. Its windows offer a beautiful panorama of Krakow, whilst  the Main Square is just a short walking distance away. Rooms are located on floors 1-5, and include a bedroom with double bed or two single beds, a reading area and en-suite bathroom with bath or shower. The hotel has 2 restaurants and a terrace with wonderful views of the city.


The tour price includes:

  • Accommodation in the 4 star Kossak hotel, based on two persons sharing a twin room with breakfast daily.
  • City Tour with English-speaking guide
  • 24-hour emergency contact

Not included in price:

  • International Flights
  • Any meals, beverages, sightseeing entrance fees not specified in the inclusions
  • Transfers: arrival and departure.
  • Gratuities for guide and driver (at discretion)
  • Photo and video charges at museums and places of interest
  • Extra personal costs incurred at the hotel

Optional transfers (must be pre-booked):

  • Private arrival and departure airport transfer in standard car, based on 2 persons

Optional tours (must be pre-booked; not available locally):

  • Half day group excursion to Auschwitz
  • Half day group excursion to Salt Mines


Check in after 14.00 hours. Check out by 12.00 noon.

Accommodation may be substituted with similar grade hotels.

Tours and timings may vary according to local conditions and substitutions may be made if necessary
Optional tours subject to availability.

Most museums are closed on Mondays.