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Immerse yourself in the captivating world of “The Witcher” as you embark on a remarkable tour through the realm of history and fantasy. Our journey begins at the breathtaking Ogrodzieniec Castle, a gem that graced the screens in the climactic finale of The Witcher Season 1. Witness the epic clash between armies as the castle becomes the battleground for Nilfgaard’s assault. While the castle’s iconic shots may have been elevated by CGI and aerial perspectives, our tour delves beyond the surface, revealing the intricate tapestry of filming locations. Discover the artistry behind merging Hungarian battle scenes with Polish landscapes in post-production, creating a seamless fusion of realism and fantasy. Ogrodzieniec […]


Salt mine Wieliczka is the best tourist attraction on a day trip to Krakow from Warsaw


If you’re looking for an adventure that will take you through history and showcase breathtaking architecture, then the Wieliczka Salt Mine & Schindler’s Factory Tour is definitely a must-do experience. The tour will take you through two of the most popular attractions in Krakow, Poland, and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. First up, the Wieliczka Salt Mine. This incredible mine is over 700 years old and is one of the oldest salt mines in the world. You’ll explore the depths of the mine, marvel at the intricate carvings and sculptures made from salt, and even have the chance to taste the salty water that flows through […]



Are you ready for an underground adventure that will take you back in time and leave you in awe? Then the Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour is the perfect destination for you! Located just outside of Krakow, the Wieliczka Salt Mine is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Poland. With over 700 years of history, this salt mine is an underground labyrinth that stretches over 200 kilometers and reaches a depth of 327 meters. It’s hard to believe that such a stunning complex was carved out of salt deposits by hand! As you descend down the wooden stairs, you will enter a magical […]



Discover the magic of one of Poland’s most iconic landmarks – the Castle in Malbork. Located in the heart of the Pomeranian region, this incredible fortress is a must-see destination for history buffs, architecture enthusiasts, and anyone looking to immerse themselves in the rich cultural heritage of Poland. Built in the 13th century, the Castle in Malbork is the largest brick castle in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can explore the castle’s vast network of corridors, courtyards, and towers, each one telling a different story of Poland’s past. Marvel at the intricate Gothic architecture, including the stunning Grand Master’s Palace and the ornate Chapel of St. […]



Journey back in time and bear witness to the haunting history of the Stutthof Concentration Camp in Poland. This tour is a powerful and moving experience, offering visitors a chance to pay their respects to the victims of one of the most notorious concentration camps of World War II. Led by expert guides, the tour takes visitors on a journey through the dark history of Stutthof, exploring the various barracks, gas chambers, and crematoria that served as tools of oppression during the war. Visitors will also learn about the everyday lives of prisoners in the camp, including their work duties and living conditions. But the tour is not just about […]


Pope John Paul II will be the figure you will get to know a lot about during our Krakow Tour with a local guide


Most of the world knows one face of John Paul II – smiling and brave, changing the image of Catholic Church and political situation in Europe at the same time. This is the person that the entire world knows and adores. It is easy to forget that before he became all that, his name was Karol and he was just a teenager, coming from a small town where he was raised to Kraków to study. Interested in literature, he was sure that being a priest is not a choice for him. What made him change his mind? This tour will take you to the places in Kraków where he used […]


Cementery is one of the places you will visit during the Jewish Krakow Tour


A Jewish world without Kazimierz would be as empty as a body without a soul. In a different time, in a different Kazimierz, one of the greatest Jewish scholars to ever life said: “the aim of man is to search for the cause and the meaning of things”. Let’s follow his advice and go deeper into the history of the Jewish presence in Kraków. Poland is a place where Polish Jews and Polish Catholics lived together side by side for generations. The Jews had been present in Poland and Kraków since the very beginning. Their population grew rapidly over time, thanks to the religious tolerance and social autonomy they were […]




The time of the German occupation of Krakow is considered to be the most difficult period in the history of the city. It was a time of darkness but also a time of true heroes. A time of courage, fear, and betrayal, when even the simplest decision could bare grave consequences. A time that lives in us thanks to the stories of our parents and grandparents. On this tour, we will learn about the Nazi plans towards the Poles and understand how they repressed their victims. We will also talk about the citizens of Krakow and their attitudes towards the Germans. That’s true – Kraków didn’t have an uprising and […]


Join our local guides in Krakow for a Macabre Tour getting to know really scary stories


Every city has its dark secrets and Kraków is not an exception. Come with us and we will tell you stories that are not told on any of our other trips… During the walk through the narrow streets of the Old Town, you will hear about Krakow’s Lady In Black and other city’s ghosts and urban legends. You will find out about some of the instruments of penance used here in dark medieval times. Your blood will run cold when we will unveil the secrets around the executioner’s profession as you will have a chance to feel a hangman’s knot. At the gates of the monastery, you will hear a […]


Street Art Tour of Krakow


Some people call it vandalism – we call it art! Have you ever stumbled on something on the wall of the building that you couldn’t explain while walking the streets of Kraków? Is there something that made you think, some stencil or graffiti on your way from your apartment to the tram stop? Would you like to know the story behind it? We know them all. Kraków is filled with bigger and smaller works of art, left by the street artist right in front of your eyes. Some of them are legal (like those of them that were part of the Grolsch Art Boom Festival), but some of them were […]