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plac Szczepanski 8

Our tour follows the footsteps of Oskar Schindler, one of the Righteous among the Nations of the World, who during WWII saved the life of 1100 Polish Jews from Krakow. Schindler is most known thanks to the 1993 Steven Spielberg's movie ""Schindler's List"". The tour is a mixture of both history and film.

Our guide will meet you at noon in our Tourist Information office at 8 Plac Szczepanski, 2 minutes of walk from the Main Market Square of Krakow. From there we will walk through the Planty Gardens to see the former house of Oskar Schindler at Straszewskiego St. Then we will continue to Poselska Street depicted in one of the tragic scenes in the movie. Leaving the Old Town of Krakow we will walk to the Kazimierz Jewish Quarter, where the history mixes with the film. We will see the old Jewish ghetto in Szeroka St. - depicted in the movie as the WII Ghetto. We will also see a couple of streets which were portrayed in various scenes: Ciemna, Jakuba, Jozefa, Skawinska and Krakowska Street.

Then we will walk to the other side of the Vistula River to the district of Podgorze. Via Pilsudskiego Bridge we will walk to the historical WWII Ghetto in Krakow-Podgorze, established in March 1941. We will see the Ghetto Heroes Square and couple of streets depicted in the film: Wegierska, Lwowska St. and most important - the remaining part of the original WWII Ghetto wall.

After that we will walk to the Oscar Schindler's Enamel Factory, depicted in the movie. Today it is one of the branches of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. There you can take a short break and follow us inside of this very popular and interesting museum where the next tour starts at 4 pm (not included).

desde 20 €

Administrative Centre (Centrum Administracyjne) and start the tour with a short description of the place which is called by local residents ‘the Doge’s Palace’, ‘the Vatican’ or even ‘the Pentagon’. Continue your adventure by going by the local tram to the Central Square, beautifully equipped with the propaganda architecture and social realist art of the 1950s and 60s.

On the Avenue of Roses (al. Roz), come closer to the place where a huge statue of Lenin used to stand majestically before it was finally pulled down. Walk a few steps to the local Cultural Centre to see a huge map of the whole, new-erected city. Try to imagine the big, socialistic Town Hall and enormous Main Square, two monuments that were never built, but were planned to be ten times bigger than their counterparts in Krakow.

Learn a little about the history before moving on to satisfy your stomach! Stop and drink a glass of vodka in a typical Communist bar and after that, feeling as spirited as former Steelworkers who frequented the bar, continue on to see the legendry Nowa Huta Cross connected with 1960 anti-communist and anti-police riots. Stroll over to what could be considered the real cultural heart of the town - The People’s Theatre inaugurated in 1955 and consider to be the best experimental theatre, famous of many prominent directors and great actors.

Finish the tour by visiting the Lord’s Ark (Arka Pana) – the first ever church of the Nowa Huta district to be built after WWII - symbol of massacres conducted by the ZOMO troops, numerous demonstrations of Solidarity and the unity of the whole Christian world in fighting against communist system. You’ll finish your tour with a new understanding of life in Krakow’s Communist era, and a new appreciation for the history of this region.

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.

El tour inicia con el traslado desde Varsovia a lo largo de la Ruta de Chopin. Se realiza una visita a Zelazowa Wola - el pueblo natal de Frederic Chopin; al museo en la casa de campo de un parque y a la equipada iglesia de Brochow, donde se casaron los padres de Chopin y también su hermana y donde él fue bautizado. Finaliza con el traslado de regreso a Varsovia.


Idiomas
Confimados: Español, inglés, alemán, francés, italiano, ruso o polaco.
A pedido y según disponibilidad: portugués, japonés, chino, sueco, holandés y finlandés.


desde 195 €

Meet up with a local, English-speaking guide to delve into the Jewish heart of Krakow on this interesting Urban Adventure. Begin by hopping on a local tram to ride to the historic district of Kazimierz. This area is known as the epicentre of Jewish culture in Krakow, so there’s no better place to uncover Jewish heritage and customs than here! Walk through the old Jewish Quarter and soak up the history that lives on here.

Continue on to visit an orthodox synagogue before walking to one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Poland. Here, learn about Jewish funerary traditions, visit famous graves and find out about the symbolism of certain tombstones. Next, walk to the New Square, which houses a cultural centre and pre-war kosher slaughterhouse. Take the chance to sample a traditional Polish snack called ‘zapiekanka’, which is sold from street carts nearly 24 hours a day. Why not learn some Polish language from your guide and order the snack yourself?

After finishing your tasty treat, continue on to see the place where many of the scenes from the award-winning movie ‘Schindler’s List’ were filmed by Steven Spielberg years ago. Next, continue the adventure by walking to another, more modern synagogue. Reformed Judaism is more liberal, so you will notice the difference between the design and style of this synagogue as compared to the orthodox one visited earlier on in the tour. Continue the walk by visiting a significant bridge and monument, commemorating the many lives that were lost during WWII. The journey ends at Oskar Schindler’s factory, the place where more than 1,000 Jewish lives were saved decades ago. Choose to independently visit the interesting museum here, head back to the city centre or stop for a coffee at a local café to toast the end of this adventure.

Polonia ha sido escenario de los mayores crímenes de la historia de la humanidad y aunque campos de exterminación como Treblinka y Sobibor fueron desmantelados por los nazis, el complejo de Auschwitz-Birkenau todavía sigue en pie atestiguando su brutal crueldad. Esta emotiva visita privada incluye un recorrido guiado por ambos campos del complejo y una visita por libre al museo.

Nadie conoce el número exacto de hombres, mujeres y niños inocentes que fueron asesinados Auschwitz, pero todo indica que se superó la barrera del millón. La ruta incluye una visita a Auschwitz I, el centro administrativo del campo de concentración, y a Auschwitz II, diseñado y construido con fines puramente de exterminio.

Cruza el umbral sobre el que descansa la falaz inscripción: “Arbeit macht frei” (El trabajo te hace libre) y empieza a recorrer el lugar. El guía te proporcionará detalles sobre los orígenes del campo, su historia y la vida cotidiana de sus presos. El monumento en memoria de las víctimas y el museo se fundaron en el año 1947 y el complejo comprende los campos de Auschwitz (Auschwitz I), en Oswiecim, y de Birkenau (Auschwitz II), en Brzezinka. Existen alrededor de 150 edificios y otros 300 en ruinas y se han conservado los accesos, vallas, torres de vigilancia y rampas ferroviarias originales. En el año 1979 la Unesco declaró el lugar Patrimonio de la Humanidad.

Por respeto a todos aquellos que perdieron la vida en este lugar, se ruega preservar la dignidad e inviolabilidad de los monumentos usando el atuendo apropiado. Este recorrido ofrece una lección de historia que no debe ser olvidada jamás para que nunca vuelva a repetirse.

Otros
El video que van a ver los clientes durante el trayecto, desde el punto de salida del tour hasta el museo, es únicamente en inglés.
Las visitas guiadas de grupos pequeños son de aproximadamente 30-40 personas.

desde 250 €

Situado a sólo 40 km de Gdansk, Stutthof fue el primer campo de concentración construido en Polonia por los nazis en 1939 y el último en ser liberado en 1945 por el ejército soviético. Durante este período de 85 000 personas fueron víctimas de genocidio. La visita al campo de concentración será una oportunidad de ver la cámara de gas, el crematorio, las barracas de los prisioneros y la torre de la guardia que son recuerdos de esta horrible época. El tour finaliza con el traslado de regreso a Tricity.

desde 267 €

Corre alegremente alrededor de las concurridas calles de Varsovia en tu propio scooter y descubre los mejores lugares de interés turístico de la ciudad ¡sin problemas de tráfico! Tu guía experto se asegurará de darte un montón de información privilegiada sobre la capital polaca durante este emocionante recorrido de tres horas, ofrecido tres veces al día.

Disfruta de Varsovia al vuelo, mientras serpenteas alrededor de la Ciudad Vieja, que data del siglo XIII y es famosa por su espectacular arquitectura medieval. El viaje te llevará al palacio ?azienki Królewskie, también conocido como el Palacio Sobre el Agua, donde podrás deleitarte con la arquitectura histórica y unos interiores espectaculares. Descubre el impresionante Estadio Nacional, una imponente estructura con un techo retráctil que fue construido para la Eurocopa 2012 y ahora es el estadio del equipo de fútbol nacional. Este emocionante recorrido continúa haciendo énfasis en todos los lugares de interés más destacados de la capital polaca, luego te llevará a lo largo de la pista de la Sublevación de Varsovia, donde obtendrás una visión más cercana de la operación militar dirigida por la resistencia polaca contra la ocupación alemana en 1944.

Absolute Tour Center, 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.

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 - after the refreshment stop 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.

Traslado a Gdansk Oliwa, visita a la Catedral de Oliwa, la iglesia cisterciense más larga en el mundo famosa por los órganos barrocos, concierto de órgano en la catedral de Oliwa; traslado a Gdynia, visita al velero ''Dar Pomorza''; traslado a Sopot - paseo por la costa y el muelle de madera más largo en Europa.

desde 196 €

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