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    We are a DMC based in Krakow - the capital of Polish and European history, culture and art. This is the most remarkable among Polish cities and one of the most stunning ones in Europe. Krakow -  a dignified Royal City, the former capital of Poland and a seat of Polish kings. In 1978 Krakow was inscribed onto the First UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. 


    The great number of historic sites, monuments and works of art is the splendid heritage of bygone centuries. There is no other city where you can admire the great glory of medieval times and stand face to face with the tragic history of the Second World War at the same time. This is the city that witnessed the tragic events of wartime, the history of Jews living here for centuries and the communist regime period. Krakow concentrates the past, the present and future. 

    Apart from having many historical and cultural sights, Krakow is also centrally located for various ‘local tours’. Close vicinity of such places like Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial, the oldest Salt Mine in Europe, Zakopane & the Tatra Mountains, Wadowice - the hometown of Pope John Paul II and many others makes Krakow Poland's top destination.


    We provide varied and creative DMC services for Krakow and Poland. Our expert staff create your program, always adjusting it to all your needs and requirements. Implementation of themed and special interest tours with our expert team of knowledgeable guides becomes one of the most memorable items of your extraordinary Poland experience. 



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