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where to go when you are in krakow? 

Trips from Krakow

The region of Małopolskie (lesser Poland) of which Kraków is the capital is one of Poland’s most worthy of exploration. From Kraków, tour companies have developed a really eclectic menu of day long excursions that will take you from the high Tatra peaks, to the slow-flowing rivers of this exceptionally beautiful corner of Europe.

Kraków is famous for its beautiful Old Town and historic buildings. But this is just a small sample of what the city has to offer. There’s also wonderful food and drink, museums and galleries, cycling and other kinds of physical activity, as well as great shopping and open spaces.


For more information and itinerary proposals - please go to https://visitkrakow.com/things-to-do-in-krakow/


Wadowice is a well-known town located 50 km from Krakow. Although it is small, there is probably no person in the whole country who would not hear about this place, and thanks to the Polish Pope – Karol Wojtyła, who just here came to the world and spent his childhood. Thanks to this, the city became famous all over Poland and in the world, and Wadowice itself took care of making the resort attractive both for tourists and pilgrims. Travel time from Krakow to Wadowice is about 1 hour 15 minutes.



The Wieliczka Salt Mine is a labyrinth of 300 km of underground walkways 700 years old in the area. An extremely valuable monument of material culture, the Salt Mine was one of the first objects on the UNESCO list of cultural and natural heritage in 1978. The tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine takes about 2-3 hours on various alternative routes, including the popular tourist road and the extreme miners’ road. Guided tour with a local guide in your language (to choose english, german, spanish, italian, russian, french).



Auschwitz is a historic city known throughout Poland and around the world, about 70 km from Krakow. Auschwitz has a beautiful historic old town that is worth a visit, but it is usually another destination that attracts visitors to this city. Tourists and historians from all over the world come to Oświęcim to see the concentration camp NS Auschwitz-Birkenau – a tragic remnant of World War II. The travel time from Krakow to Auschwitz is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.



Zakopane is the winter capital of Poland located in the very south of the country, about 110 km from Krakow. The resort is located at the very foot of the Tatra Mountains, providing unforgettable and spectacular views of the highest Polish peaks. Zakopane itself is an attraction with the famous in Poland promenade called Krupówki, traditional buildings, ubiquitous folklore, so original and appealing to newcomers from other regions. Fantastic location makes Zakopane a great holiday destination both in winter and in summer. Beautiful, picturesque valleys, charming mountain lakes and snow-capped peaks are what characterizes this region. Travel time from Krakow to Zakopane is about 2 hours.


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