Free Walking Tour
  • Wieliczka

    In medieval ages 25 % of Polish kingdom income was from salt mines. Find the precious roots of English term a sallary.

  • Auschwitz

    For most of the people around the world it is a symbol of the Holocaust (Shoah). It is impossible to describe it with words known to human kind but going there will make you hear the voices of more than 1 million people murdered there and witness things that should never be forgotten.

  • Zakopane

    Capitol of Polish Tatra mountains. Popular both for skiing in winter and walking during summer.

  • Czestochowa

    World-wide famous black Madonna shrine. More than 3 millions pilgrims visit this site yearly. Discover roots of Polish Catholicism

  • Krakow

    Kraków’s old town luckily survived the Second World War, and so you are able to feel the ambiance of the days when it used to be the capital of Europe’s largest country.

  • Gdansk

    Gdańsk, a beautiful city where for centuries the German discipline was mingled with the Polish tendency to disagree. The place where the II World War started and where Solidarity movement was born. Proudly called by its inhabitants - the City of Freedom!

  • Warsaw

    Hiroshima. Dresden. But first of all: Warsaw. A city that suffered more damage than what was caused by carpet-bombing, or even the detonation of an atom bomb. Come and see how it rose like a phoenix from the ashes: experience the undefeatable spirit of Warsaw!

  • Wroclaw

    Wrocław is a microcosm - a city that has belonged to five different countries during its history. A place where central European history focuses. There is no better place to understand the impact of the Second World War in this part of the world.