to Incoming Visitors
partner in a foreign destination may spare you a lot of
trouble, time and even cost. Krakow’s incoming tour
operators cater to groups as well as individual tourists and
the experience translates into the understanding of the needs
of a visitor, be it holidaymaker or business traveler. At the
same time they know local ways, which always helps and
sometimes proves crucial.
services of a typical incoming tour operator in Krakow stretch
from guided tours to booking tickets/hotels to conference
arrangements. Mostly they come as ready, prepackaged products
– tried and trusted. On the other hand, tailor-made
solutions are provided as a matter of course. Actually, in
most cases, those eager helpers would be glad to satisfy any
whim of the visitor to Krakow, however mundane or bizarre, at
Salt Mine nine centuries
of mining resulted in subterranean world of labyrinthine
passages, giant caverns, underground lakes and
chapels with sculptures in in the salt rocks. 11 km from
(Tatras, the Tatra Mountains), Poland's equivalent of the Alps, stretch 120 km south of Krakow. The photo shows Czarny
Staw (Black Pond), the austere sister lake of nearby glamorous
Morskie Oko, a must-see in the Tatra National Park.
town of Wadowice, the birthplace of
Pope John Paul II, is situated some thirty miles southwest
of Krakow. Swarming with Polish pilgrims, the place also
attracts many foreigners.
of Kalawria Zabrzydowska, a UNESCO
World Heritage site, dates from the early 17th century and
is Europe's largest Calvary complex. 33 km from downtown
Bludgeon', a rock in the Ojcow Nationa
Park near Krakow.
18th-century inn in the town of Sucha Beskidzka, some 60 km
southwest of Krakow, is a notable landmark on 'The Trail of
Wooden Architecture' that meanders through the entire Malopolska
Basic Krakow info for
tours and day-trips
nation, geography, climate, wildlife, visitors,
How to move about the city.
the proximity of Krakow
Krakow is Poland's tourist mecca, and also a gateway to
many other must-see sites in the region.