In the footsteps of Krakow Jews
Price: from 50€ (per group)
Are you fascinated with life of Karol Wojtyla? Visit the places that Polish pope was so much connected with while studying and serving as a priest and bishop in Krakow.
We invite you on a unique journey through time during which you will visit particularly close to John Paul II places in Krakow. The Wawel Cathedral, the Franciscan Church and Collegium Maius are just some of the points of this tour. Following in the footsteps of John Paul II you will become familiar with his youth, the time of his studies and his ministry of the seminary until the moment he was elected the Head of the Catholic Church. Next we will drive to the Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy in Łagiewniki where – on August 17th 2002 – he entrusted the plight of mankind to the Divine Mercy. At the end we will drop in to Nowa Huta (New Steelwork). This district was built during the communist era serving the enormous metallurgical complex created by Stalin’s decree. Karol Wojtyla supported workers of the still mill in their efforts to build a church in the district. And they succeeded. Nowadays you can admire “Ark of the Lord”. This is a very unusual church with an interesting architectural design and interior. The testimony of faith and perseverance of thousands of workers.
* guide service
* TourGuide headset (recommended for groups of 11 and more)
- Royal Cathedral - 3.2 €
The price is set individually and depends on the number of people and the type of the vehicle and varies from 50 € to 100 € per group.
Ca. 4 hours, depending on the selected options
The lobby of your hotel
The tour is available all year round. On Sundays, we suggest that you start exploring after 12 due to morning Masses. Ask first about the opening hours which change according to the season.
It is required due to big distances between particular places; we provide mini buses and coaches; the price is set individually and depends on the number of people and the type of the vehicle and varies from 50 € to 100 € per group.
People in wheelchairs cannot visit the Sigismund Bell and the crypt in Wawel Cathedral (lots of stairs and no ramps in buildings).
This is a wireless system for tour groups giving all participants in the group the opportunity to listen to the explanations of the guide in the same way regardless of the distance from him (the average transmission range is about 100 meters, and each participant has its own receiver), the system provides comfort when sightseeing and the ability to move freely in locations where silence is expected.
You will be under the care of licensed and experienced guides. We have worked with them for many years, and many surprising and unusual situations have proved that we can rely on them.