Krakow, the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. The capital of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland from 1038 to 1569. Famous for its beauty, the exceptional architecture glare and memorial of former glory, where many historic Polish kings are buried.
Krakow is also Kazimierz – the old Jewish neighborhood, today full of restaurants and cafes, must see!!
As there is no direct Warsaw -Auschwitz train connection, it might be difficult to organize your trip to Auschwitz.
The cheapest, most comfortable and easiest would be to take a one day trip from Warsaw or to make for both Auschwitz and Krakow during one trip.
Also please be aware that online tickets for Auschwitz museum usually needs to be acquired a couple days in advanced or waiting queue at site may take more than an hour
and we can help to arrange all of it as well.
We will be happy to organize your trip to Krakow so that you will visit not only the ‘must see’, but also, depending on your interests we will plan tours to places that you won’t find in any guide book.