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WEEKEND IN CRACOW

WEEKEND IN CRACOW

Walk through the picturesque Old Town; the Royal Castle; Catholic churches; the Jewish quarter; restaurants, cafes, pubs, and souvenir shops. Additionally, one can explore: the underground corridors beneath the main Market Square, the area of the former Jewish ghetto of World War II, a boat trip on the Vistula River, Oskar Schindler's factory (presented in Steven Spielberg's film Schindler's List), horse-drawn carriage rides, art galleries, the opera, concerts.

WEEKEND IN GDAŃSK

WEEKEND IN GDAŃSK

A port city on the Baltic Sea, with houses and churches built hundreds of years ago. The largest medieval port crane in Europe, the cathedral with beautiful pipe organs. A walk along the wooden pier in Poland's most famous seaside resort. Additionally, one can explore places associated with such famous people from Gdansk as: Lech Walesa, physicist Daniel Fahrenheit, astronomer Johannes Hevelius, and philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, the Amber Museum, a submarine, the place where the World War II...

POLAND IN A NUTSHELL

POLAND IN A NUTSHELL

Warsaw - the historic Old Town, rebuilt from ruins following World War II; the birthplace of composer Frederic Chopin; Czestochowa - Catholic shrine to which thousands of faithful pilgrims travel each year; Cracow - the ancient castle and the oldest Polish university; Wieliczka - the underground salt mine; Auschwitz - a former Nazi death camp from World War II; Wroclaw - city of a hundred bridges and monuments from the times of the Prussian emperors; Poznan - the old churches and buildings;...

GERMANY-POLAND-HUNGARY-AUSTRIA-THE CZECH REPUBLIC

GERMANY-POLAND-HUNGARY-AUSTRIA-THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Berlin - the Reichstag building and modern shopping centres; Warsaw - the Palace on the Water, the historic Old Town, rebuilt from ruins following World War II; Krakow - Wawel Royal Castle and the historic churches; Budapest - a walk along the Danube River and wine tasting; Vienna - imperial palaces and the home of Mozart; Prague - Charles Bridge and famous beer cellars.

PILGRIM ROUTE

PILGRIM ROUTE

Warsaw - museum of Saint Maksymilian Kolbe; Czestochowa - the shrine and monastery with the icon of the Black Madonna; Wadowice - the family home of late Pope John Paul II; Zakopane - wooden chapels at the foot of the mountains; Krakow - the historic Catholic churches and the Nazi death camp in Auschwitz.

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