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Saturday, September 2: Daytrip to KRAKOW and WIELICZKA

Your guide will meet you at the hotel reception in time to transfer to the railway station, from where you will take the morning train to Kraków.

Kraków - city of the Jagellonians, the Renaissance kings of Poland, one-time capital of the Polish kingdom and the seat of one of Europe's oldest universities, witness to many glorious and important events, such as the coronation ceremonies of Polish kings and the triumphal processions of victorious commanders.

Visitors follow the so-called „Royal Route” through the Floriańska Gate to the Town Square, then down Grodzka Street to Wawel Hill, the seat of the first Polish kings, to the Cathedral, the coronation place of the kings and the royal necropolis. Panorama over the Vistula from Wawel Hill and return to the Old Town Market Square, one of the biggest and finest in Europe.

The Salt Mines of Wieliczka - World Heritage Site, chief attractions include crystal caves, a finely decorated underground chamber of Princess Kinga, salt lakes etc.

7:00 am InterCity train departure from Warsaw
9:50 am arrival in Krakow
transfer by special bus (c. 30 minutes) to Wieliczka
c. 1:00 pm lunch in a local restaurant
c. 2:00 pm return to Krakow, city sightseeing, free time
c. 7:00 pm return by train to Warsaw
9:50 pm transfer to hotel

Cost: 160 Euro per person *

The price includes transfer to the railway station, guide's services, 2nd-class railway tickets, local guide in Kraków, entrance fees to the Wawel cathedral, Our Lady Church in the Town Square, Museum in Wieliczka, guide in Wieliczka, transport, lunch.

* The cost per person is valid for a group of at least 10, if the group will count less than 10 people, the cost per person will change (for individual prices per person for the Kraków and Wieliczka daytrip, see the standard tour offer)


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