- Krakow: the Wawel Royal Castle and the Coronation Cathedral, Dragon’s Den, Old Market Square, Mariacki Church, the Cloth Market Hall.
- Taste of the Polish southern cuisine – lunch in a local restaurant.
- The breathtaking Wieliczka Salt Mine featuring among twelve objects on the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List: extraordinary chambers chiselled out in rock salt, amazing underground saline lakes, majestic timber constructions and unique statues sculpted in salt, the legend about Princess King and a moment for reflection hearing the music of Chopin accompanying a light and sound spectacle on the shores of one of the saline lakes
The city of Krakow, which lies on the banks of the Vistula River, was for centuries the capital of Poland. A visit to Krakow is a meeting with the most glorious era in Polish history. Krakow’s Old Town, along with Wawel Castle were placed on the First World Heritage List, created by UNESCO in 1978.
The “Wieliczka” Salt Mine is one of the most valuable monuments of material and spiritual culture in Poland. Each year it is visited by more than one million tourists from all over the world. It is also a world class monument, featuring among twelve objects on the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.