Krakow 2 nights
Highlights of Krakow in One Trip
Krakow, the former capital of Poland, is globally acclaimed for its precious architectural monuments and unique, friendly atmosphere. Popular attractions in the city include Kazimierz, the former Jewish district and the Galicia Jewish Museum. Of course, the main reason to visit is Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest and most infamous of Nazi Germany’s concentration camps.
Discover the emotional history of Krakow
Our ready-made itinerary is ideal for history students. One of the oldest cities in Poland, with evidence of settlements dating back to 20,000 BC, Krakow has been labelled a UNESCO World Heritage site. Located 40 miles west of Krakow is Auschwitz, the largest Nazi concentration camp.
The camp was only partially destroyed by the fleeing Nazis. Many of the original buildings remain as a bleak document of the camp history, and provide an informative and deeply moving experience for school groups – teachers and pupils alike.
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