23 September 2012:
Route is considered to be the most representative
walking in Cracow.
It starts at the city's defensive walls in northern part of the Old
leads to the south, along Florianska Street, down to the Main Market
Square and then to the Wawel
Hill, which was for centuries a Polish State's
political and spiritual heart. Furthermore, you will become acquainted
with magnificent district of
the oldest university in this part of Europe
and you will see places connected with the life story of John Paul II.
Monday, 24 September 2012: The
Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum The former
concentration and extermination camp of
Auschwitz-Birkenau was the largest in the Third Reich. It is a place,
Jews, Gypsies, Poles and members of other ethnic groups and
nationalities were murdered in the Holocaust.
sightseeing in the Museum may be a traumatic experience, it is a duty
human being to pay homage to the victims of the Nazi.
Tuesday, 25 September
Wieliczka Salt Mine (Bus Tour)Wieliczka "salt
empire" is the only site in the world where
mining has continued since the Middle Ages. In 1978 the Wieliczka Salt
included on the very first UNESCO World Heritage List. It is visited
by over a million tourists from around the world. Spread over nine
has 300 km of galleries with works of art, altars, and statues sculpted
Highlights of the route:
Departure: 09:00 at the Auditorium Maximum
Duration: approx. 3-4 h