Music & Concert Tour To Krakow
Kraków is rich in culture, talent and impressive architecture developed over its many centuries as a royal capital – it’s the perfect destination for a music tour.
The Renaissance Cloth Hall in the vast Market Square
Amazing acoustics at Wieliczka Salt Mine
Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp
A cable car ride over the Tatra Mountains
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
A visit to the largest Nazi concentration camp of World War II is a chilling and truly memorable experience. More than 1.1 million men, women, and children lost their lives here. Much of the camp remains as a memorial and museum. Its dramatic authenticity lends more significance to the educational activities here. Children under 13 are not allowed to visit.
It’s well worth the 13km trip out of the city to visit these spectacular salt mines, 130m underground. A network of chambers, some lit by crystal chandeliers, are connected by richly illuminated corridors, filled with backlit sculptures made out of translucent salt. Students can learn about the history of ‘white gold’ mining since the 14th century.
Take to the Wisla River to see the sights of Kraków. Choose from an hour-long pleasure boat trip, starting at the castle and travelling by St Norbert’s Convent towards Tyniec Abbey and Bielany Monastery. Alternatively the River Bus travels between Dabie and Tyniec Abbey. The whole 10km route takes 90 minutes, but you can hop on or off at any stop.
Enjoy a magnificent panorama of the Tatra Mountains with a cable car ride to the top of Kasprowy Wierch. Look out over the Alpine landscape with jagged granite ridges and forested slopes, post-glacial depressions, mountain lakes and scenic valleys with rushing mountain streams.
Park Wodny is Poland’s largest water park. Among its attractions are the longest network of slides in Poland, which stretch to nearly 800m, a huge ‘Tornado’ bowl, a rapid river, wave pool and a climbing wall.
This is a spectacular medieval fortification that was the centre of the secular and ecclesiastical power in Krakow. Overlooking the Vistula River, the complex includes palaces and a cathedral. Students can visit the royal chambers, furnished in the style of the 16th and 17th centuries. Photo © Arian Zwegers.
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