A classic trip is a proposal for people who want to see the best-known places in Poland in a short time. We will take you to Kraków, the capital of Polish culture. You will see the concentration camp in Oświęcim, rich in cruel history. You will go underground to explore the Wieliczka Salt Mine, recognized as one of the seven wonders of Poland. You will also visit the capital of Polish mountains, Zakopane, where you can enter or climb over 2,000 meter peaks. Lastly, you will visit Warsaw, getting to know its amazing history. You can get to know all of this place with our guides. Underneath, you will learn more about the attractions that you will see during this trip!

Warsaw was once called “Paris of the North”. It was even before the Second World War, when she charmed guests with beautiful architecture and atmosphere. Destroyed almost completely during the war, it regains its former glory slowly, being at this moment a mixture of rich and cruel history and modernity. Wandering around Warsaw, we see an amazing combination of skyscrapers with communist blocks. The restored Old Town attracts tourists from all over the world, and many museums help in understanding the past of Warsaw, in particular the Warsaw Rising Museum and the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. The capital of Poland is vibrant throughout the year and one thing about this city can be said with certainty – it is impossible to be bored here!

Attractions in Krakow are just as diverse as this historic metropolis. The old capital of Poland is full of traces of history. The Royal Castle, Main Square and its underground or St. Mary’s Basilica are some of the most beautiful places in Krakow that you can visit with our guide. Being in Krakow, you cannot miss Kazimierz – the historical Jewish district, which is well known throughout the world. The unique atmosphere of Krakow attracts like a magnet. It is particularly noticeable on the Krakow Main Square, but in fact it is the much less visited alleys that decide about the uniqueness of this city.

The Auschwitz concentration camp is one of the largest European necropolises and one of … the most visited tragic memorabilia after World War II. The history of KL Auschwitz is an stupendous story – about bestiality, extermination, but also martyrdom and heroism of prisoners. You will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the camp with our guide who will tell you many unbelievable stories of people who survived the stay in KL Auschwitz. A visit with a guide will definitely help to better understand the message that the museum wants to convey to all visitors.