For every tourist

Nowa Huta

Nowa Huta, the easternmost district of Krakow, came into being in 1949 and was to be Poland’s first real socialist city built from scratch. It was a modern town independent of Krakow and the country’s main centre of heavy industry. … Read More


Today one of Krakow’s districts, it was originally a separate city founded by the Austrian emperor Joseph II in the late 18th century. Its origins date back to the times of Krak ruler and there are many interesting legends related … Read More


​ Kazimierz, which was founded by King Casimir the Great in the 14th century as a separate city, is now one of Krakow’s most interesting districts. For centuries two diverse cultural and religious communities coexisted here – the Jewish and … Read More

Main Market Square Underground Museum

Beneath the Main Market Square there is an underground permanent exhibition that houses, among others, pieces of former cobbled pathways and foundations of buildings which stood on the square till the 19th century. This museum also boasts a wide range … Read More


During this trip you will walk up to the Wawel Hill which for centuries served as the seat of Polish rulers. You will visit the Cathedral, where Polish kings and queens were crowned. The cathedral crypts contain tombs of sovereigns, national heroes and … Read More

The Royal Route

The Royal Route is a perfect choice for those who visit Krakow for the first time. You will walk around the streets that once served as the main route for foreign kings, envoys and distinguished guests who would come to … Read More