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Disfruta de esta excursión a Zakopane y los Montes Tatras, y empápate de cientos de años de historia, un rico folklore, museos y también restaurantes tradicionales. Siente la pureza del aire de la montaña, rodeado de unos picos imponentes y una arquitectura fantástica en esta área montañosa histórica de Polonia. Cobijada a los pies de los Montes Tatras y rodeada de un paisaje natural de extraordinaria belleza se encuentra Zakopane, la capital de invierno de Polonia.

Descubrirás que Zakopane no solo ofrece las condiciones perfectas para practicar esquí, o hacer senderismo y escalada en verano. La excursión comienza con un emocionante ascenso en funicular que te llevará hasta la cima del Monte Gubalowka. Desde lo alto disfrutarás de unas vistas sobrecogedoras de los majestuosos picos de granito y caliza que coronan los Montes Tatras.

Visita la iglesia de madera más antigua de la ciudad y su famoso cementerio antes de pasear por las acogedoras calles hacia el bullicioso mercado regional. Allí podrás comprar souvenirs o bien probar algunas de las deliciosas especialidades que sirven en cualquiera de los numerosos restaurantes.

Para una imagen más completa de la vida y el arte local a través de los siglos, merece la pena hacer una visita al museo de los Tatras y el pueblo de Chocholów, famoso por sus encantadoras cabañas de madera del siglo XIX y una hermosa catedral gótica de piedra. Recorre las calles de Zakopane, con sus encantadoras casitas de madera, y creerás estar dentro de un cuento.

desde 80 €

Stutthof was a German Nazi Concentration Camp completed in 1939 in a secluded, wet, and wooded area, 34 km east of Gdansk.
It was the first camp built during WW2 and the last camp liberated by the Allies, on May 9, 1945. More than 65,000 victims of 28 different nationalities died in the camp, out of more than 110,000 people deported there.
The museum exhibition presents a tragic fate of former prisoners. Documentary films are a fitting prelude to what you will see next: heaps of shoes, striped uniforms, gas chamber and crematorium ovens.

El tiempo es un gran sanador y a medida que el dolor del comunismo en Polonia comienza a curar, un sentimiento de nostalgia por algunas cosas ha comenzado a aparecer. Este viaje por el carril de la memoria, que está disponible en formatos estandar y privado, te lleva a algunos de los lugares más identificados con los 45 años de la larga pesadilla totalitaria que era la República Popular de Polonia.

Entra en el estado de ánimo de inmediato a bordo de un Nysa 522, un monovolumen compacto y funcional que ha alcanzado un estatus de culto desde la caída de la Telón de Acero. Diríjete a los lugares más famosos de Varsovia como si fuera 1984. Aprende lo que el socialismo significaba en Varsovia mientras te conducen a lo largo de la avenida donde se celebraron desfiles militares y de trabajadores. Verás los edificios más importantes en el estilo del realismo socialista que se remontan a los tiempos del Partido Obrero Unificado de Polonia antes de dirigirte a un apartamento con una decoración interior típica de la era comunista. El recorrido no estaría completo sin la proyección de los documentales propagandísticos de la época.

Hay dos caminos para elegir: Recorrido comunista o fuera del circuito turístico.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Folk Show with dinner in rural area near Krakow
* Hotel pick up and drop off included
* All you can eat and drink

Nothing reflects the spirit of the people and place more than the cuisine and culture. A wonderful evening in beautiful scenery with traditional Polish musicians, dancers and delicious food. All You Can Eat and drink in an authentic Polish restaurant overlooking the Kryspinow Lake. The charming interiors of the restaurant correspond with the traditional Polish cottage style. The unique surroundings, professional service and tasty feast will provide you with an unforgettable experience. Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you back after the enjoyable evening.

MENU: Cracow sour rye soup with egg and sausage, traditional Polish pork chop in golden breadcrumbs, baked potatoes with herbs and fried cabbage, homemade apple pie with vanilla ice cream. Drinks: unlimited coffee, tea, water, fruit compote, wine and beer. Regional hot and cold buffet: homemade bread and lard, pickled cucumbers, board of meats, poultry, jellies with vegetables, salad bowls, buffet with salads and regional cheeses.

Tourist Inform Point,2a Waly Jagiellonskie Street

Our professional guide will introduce you to the world of secrets, legends and extremely charming architecture and complex history of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot -the pearl of the Polish Coast. The exact itinerary will be fixed with your local guide who being a local expert will recommend you the best option to meet your preferences.

TRAIL:
Follow the Royal Way and coast in Gdansk :
Walk through the Golden Gate, Old Town, see the famous Neptun Statue.
Visit Oliwa and see famous organs.
Sopot: the most beautiful resort at a Baltic sea, the longest pier in Europe.
Gdynia: Sea Aquarium.

Plac Szczepanski 8

Krakow’s original and most renowned biking tour is an innovative, entertaining and relaxing way to see mostly all the city sights in a more intimate way through our grand roads, bike pathways and quiet side streets. It’s an excellent way to get orientated with the city and its history before heading out on your own to explore.

HIGHLIGHTS:

*Private bike tour with an expert guide
* Polish history and culture, famous characters and interesting stories
* Old Town Square, Jagiellonian University, Franciscan Church, Bishop’s Palace, Path of Pope John Paul II
* Wawel Castle, Dragon Cave, Vistula River, Planty Gardens
* Bohemian Kazimierz, Old Synagogue, Jewish Cemetery
* WWII Jewish Ghetto, Schindler’s Factory.
* Stop for lunch (lunch and soft drink included)

Our tour begins in Krakow’s Old Town Square - one of the largest original market squares in Europe. Here you’ll get an introduction to Polish history and culture and learn about the origins of Krakow before taking a short stroll to pick up the bikes. Once equipped we’ll head through the lush green Planty gardens to some of the oldest fortifications in the city - parts of the medieval city wall, the Barbican and the Florian Gate. Here we learn about the attacks on the city in the distant past before we get to meet one of the most important Queens of Poland - Jadwiga, and hear her story.

Continuing our ride through the old moat gardens we’ll explore the Jagiellonian University buildings with their medieval courtyards and ornate clocks, and then we see the Bishop’s Palace and the window of Pope John Paul II and get a glimpse of Oscar Schindler’s house.

As we approach the river you’ll get a proper look at Krakow’s historic castle - the Wawel - and learn all about the dragon that resides beneath the hill. He may even breathe fire just for you! We’ll then cruise along the banks of the Vistula before crossing the river to the Podgorze district. Here we’ll learn about the devastating events of WWII and see the areas of the former Jewish ghetto, the remains of the ghetto walls and take a look Oscar Schindler’s factory.

In the final leg of our tour we’ll head back to downtown Krakow and explore the bohemian Kazimierz district - but first we take a break in a cosy restaurant to taste some of the local Polish and Jewish cuisine (included in the tour price). Take your pick from a list of traditional dishes - your guide can help you choose something to your taste!

After lunch we’ll take a look around the Jewish district of Krakow, check out the most important synagogues and landmarks and see how the area has now become the trendy bar and restaurant district in the city. We make our way back to the office via the famous “Royal route” with a final glimpse of the castle and old town square before finishing the tour.

8 Szczepnski Square

Our guide will meet you in our Tourist Service Office, 2 minutes of walk from the Main Market Square of Krakow. From there we will walk through the Planty Gardens, which were once city walls, to see the remaining part of them with the majestic Barbican and St. Florian's Gate. Via Florianska St. we will continue the tour back to the Main Market Square, where we will listen to the legends about the St. Mary's Basilica, see the Cloth Hall, St. Adalbert's Church and the Town Hall Tower with the head of Eros Bendato beneath.

Leaving the Main Market Square we will proceed towards the University district, where we will view the buildings of the Jagiellonian University - Collegium Maius (the oldest academic building in Poland) and Collegium Novum (the rector's office) and hear the stories about WWII. We will then follow the footsteps of pope John Paul II, one of our greatest countrymen. Once a student of the Jagiellonian University, then priest in several parishes of Krakow, bishop and archbishop of our city, we will see his place of study, his former home - the Bishop's Palace and his favorite temple - the Franciscan Church. After touring around the Old Town, we will have a swift break to rest and to try out some of the best coffees and Polish desserts you can buy in the city.

Continuing our tour we will view Kazimierz, once a former city, today one of the districts of Krakow. With its interesting heritage it is one of the most attractive places to see here. Thanks to hundreds of centuries of mixed Polish and Jewish history, Kazimierz is a district where anybody can feel unique. We will see the remarkable Oppidum Judaeorum (Jewish Town), synagogues and cemetery and hear all about them, history as well as legends. From the Jewish Town we will continue to Wolnica Square, a former Market Square of Kazimierz, just a little smaller than the Main Market Square of Krakow and we will also see the one of a kind Corpus Christi Church - a gothic temple with baroque interior. From Kazimierz we will walk back to the Old Town, ending our tour beneath the Wawel Castle, the royal residence of Polish princes and kings since the 10th century.

desde 25 €

Pieniny es la cadena montañosa situada en el sur de Polonia y el norte de Eslovaquia. Se caracteriza por una gran variedad de piedras calizas, edificaciones pintorescas, paredes verticales de roca blanca a lo largo del río Dunajec con el pico más alto de las Tres Coronas (982 m). La parte más hermosa de la sierra, con un paisaje único y muchas características naturales, está protegido por el Parque Nacional Pieniny. El principal atractivo de esta región es el paseo en balsa por el río Dunajec y la visita al castillo Niedzica. Finalmente, traslado de regreso a Cracovia.


Duración
Aprox. 8-9 horas

Hora de inicio o apertura
A las 9h00

desde 329 €

Take a day tour to one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and fall in love with Prague.
Join an exciting day tour to Prague, a fairy tale city of magical beauty sitting at the very heart of Europe. It has its charm at any time of the year and is definitely one of those unique cities that truly live up to their hype.
Prague is a mixture of modern shops and ancient architecture, Gothic spires and Baroque facades. During a guided walking tour you will see the city's main attractions which make Prague the most beautiful city in Central Europe. The most obvious landmark will be the majestic Prague Castle with its truly magnificent St Vitus Cathedral or the tiny fairy-tale like Golden Lane.
On the one hand, there are countless captivating churches including the Loreto or the Church of St Nicholas. Furthermore, you can try to hunt down the treasures hidden in the Jewish Quarter, walk across the renowned Charles Bridge or feel the true buzz of the city life in Wenceslas Square and its Old Town counterpart. Experience the mystic atmosphere of countless cobbled streets, marvel at magnificent architecture or take a walk along the banks of the Vltava River and you will see that Prague is truly magical.
Includes transport, 3-hour guided walking tour of Prague, refreshments. You may choose between a detailed guided walking tour of Prague's Old Town or Mala Strana with the Castle and Cathedral on the left bank of the Vltava River. Remember to take your ID/passport.

A trip organized in the old communist van “Nysa 522” during which we will see places that usually are non-tourist areas and are not so easy to be found. No worries! Our enthusiastic guides will take you there!

On our way we visit the remains of the Communism (Constitution Square, Palace of Science and Culture), pre-war Warsaw (streets which survived World War II), Jewish Ghetto and the bohemian Praga district. The first area that we visit is the city centre where you can see the streets that survived World War II, where we enter gates, courtyards, staircases. In many of those buildings you can still find bullet holes from the Warsaw Uprising. Here you can feel the atmosphere of the Old Warsaw. We also stop in the last street of the Jewish Ghetto, where you will touch the part of Warsaw that doesn’t exist anymore. This is also a perfect place to talk about the cultural diversity that was so characteristic for Warsaw before the War. You can see the mix of different kinds of the architecture. After that we will move to the communist world to show you the post-war ideas. You will see the way in which the communists rebuilt the city with a huge doze of propaganda. We visit the Constitution Square, Party House, Palace of Culture and Science.

Our next stop will be the bohemian Praga district. Praga survived the War, but it used to be a forgotten and dangerous part of the city. Recently, however, artists have moved here and they have changed this district a lot. Here we will show you the atmosphere of the local streets, old market, former vodka factory. After so many attractions it’s time for a lunch- in a milk bar which used to be popular in the Communist times, where we will try typical Polish cuisine. After that we go to see a different face of Praga- old factory that recently was converted into the center of various activities. At the end we will visit the Museum of Life under Communism. Here you will experience a small apartment furnished in socialist style, a communist party member’s office, a shop, a bar and a street from the era. You will see how people used to live and watch propaganda movies of the 1950s. We also kindly invite you for a typical aperitif. In the end of the tour we drop off guests back at the hotel.

desde 43 €