The ancient capital of Poland is nowadays the cultural and spiritual centre of Poland, a place where history meets with modern business. Cracow is famous for its festivals, events, concerts and theatre performances attracting tourists from all over the world. This is the second largest city in Poland, famous not only as a centre of tradition and culture, but also as a symbol of youth as a result of being a university centre. The oldest university was founded in the 14th century, and today there are almost 150 thousand students in Cracow.
Cracow is a city famous for its night life. There are almost 800 pubs and restaurants, but with almost 120 churches, it's also a religious centre, the city of John Paul II.
Visiting Cracow, we will see places related to the history of Poland and Europe, traces of cultural influences, as well as magical and legendary places.
"Welcome to Cracow, the city of Polish kings and bishops, the centre of culture and art, a university centre and a magic place. Welcome to the city which was called Altera Roma or Florence of the North, regarding its cultural and religious heritage. More you can downolad at our web site www.guidebuy.pl Have nice time with our audio-guide."
3h 30' to 4h
"Welcome to Cracow. We would like to invite you to visit the Basilica of St. Mary with an audio-guide. Before the tour begins, please listen to the short introduction. Firstly, we will tell you about the Square of St. Mary and the buildings that adjoin it. Later, we will invite you to take a walk around the church before completing the tour by visiting the interior of the Basilica and the magnificent presbytery with the altar made by Veit Stoss. Join us for sightseeing which will begin at a small fount."
1h to 1h 20'