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Accompanying persons programme

Possible accompanying persons programme (short excursions in the vicinity).

There is a possibility of organizing extreme sports and optional excursions on request (not included). See page „Attractions„.


Accompanying persons programme

Date Time Specification
22.07. (Mon) 11:00-15:00 Underground Cracow and the Main Market Square
23.07. (Tue) 10:00-14:00 Free time or excursion to Tyniec (Benedictine abbey)
24.07. (Wed) 10:00-14:00 Kazimierz (Jewish District), Schindler’s Factory (Museum)

Attention! Time is subject to change.


Rynek Główny (Main Market Square)

The Main Square (Polish: Rynek Główny w Krakowie) is the main market square of the Old Town in Kraków, Poland and a principal urban space located at the center of the city. It dates back to the 13th century, and – at roughly 40,000 m² – it is the largest medieval town square in Europe.

Rynek Główny is a spacious square surrounded by historical townhouses (kamienice), palaces and churches. The center of the square is dominated by the Sukiennice (the Cloth Hall or Drapers’ Hall), rebuilt in 1555 in the Renaissance style, topped by a beautiful attic or Polish parapet decorated with carved masks. On one side of the Sukiennice is the Town Hall Tower (Wieża ratuszowa), on the other the 10th century Church of St. Wojciech (St. Adalbert’s) and 1898 Adam Mickiewicz Monument. Rising above the square are the Gothic towers of St. Mary’s Basilica (Kościół Mariacki).

Kazimierz (Jewish District)

Kazimierz – a historical district of Kraków or Jewish District – was for a long time an independent town with its own municipal charter and laws. Best known for being home to a significant Jewish community from the 14th century on until the Holocaust in the Second World War.


Tyniec is a historic village in Poland on the Vistula river, since 1973 a part of the city of Kraków (currently in the district of Dębniki). Tyniec is notable for its famous Benedictine abbey founded by King Casimir the Restorer in 1044. The name of the village comes from a Celtic language word “tyn”, which means wall or fence, and which means that the history of Tyniec as a fortified settlement dates back to pre-Slavic times.

You can take virtual tour before your trip 🙂 Please click on provided link.

Tyniec Abbey beyond the Vistula river

Tyniec Abbey beyond the Vistula river