10 Multi-day Tours in Southern Poland That You Shouldn't Miss

May 22, 2022 Rebbecca Marino

Discover the best top things to do in Southern Poland, Poland including 5 days in Krakow and Zakopane: transfers, tours and accomodation, Ultimate Krakow & More 3 Day Private Tour , Poland 4 Days Tour: Krakow, Auschwitz & Wieliczka Salt Mine, Auschwitz Birkenau Museum and Wieliczka Salt Mine guided tour in 2 days, Super Saver: Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine in two days, Hop on Hop off bus & Gondola Cruise - 48 hours - WOW KRAKOW, 6-Day Private Tour of Slovakia's Top National Parks from Vienna, 2 Polish Capitals Warsaw & Krakow in 2 days , private 2-day tour of Poland and Slovakia from Krakow, Krakow's Highlights .
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1. 5 days in Krakow and Zakopane: transfers, tours and accomodation

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It is great opportunity to see 2 cities in Southern Poland during short stay, but also relax a bit without worrying about tours. A guided tour in magical Krakow, visit in 2 important places: Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Place and inscribed on the UNESCO List Wieliczka Salt Mine, having rest on the foot of Tatra mountains.

Inclusions: transfer from Balice Airport/ Main Station to the apartment/ hotel in Krakow, city tour by electric car ( Old Town+ Jewish District), transfer from Krakow to Zakopane, transfer from Zakopane to Balice Airport or Krakow city centre, guide service when needed, 2 nights in an apartment in Krakow near to the city centre , 2 nights in an apartment in Zakopane near to the city centre

Exclusions: meals, tour to Kasprowy Wierch, tour to Thermal Pools, tour to Dunajec River Gorge

Reviewed By Dawn C

We were picked up on time by Wojciech. He was a fantastic guide. From start to finish we were looked after perfectly. It is quite a long drive but absolutely worth it. The scenery is outstanding. We enjoyed seeing traditional wooden houses and 15th century Church of St Michael the Archangel. Rafting in Dunajec was pleasant. The rafts hold 12 people and it was quite busy. I recommend if you visit Krakow allow yourself 6 days as there is so much to see and do.

2. Ultimate Krakow & More 3 Day Private Tour

Private Tours Krakow
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Each of our tours is unique because You are unique! At Private Tours Krakow we take great care of Your needs and expectations. We go an extra mile to make Your experience unique and unforgettable. Our priority is to make You feel welcome, comfortable and looked after. Therefore we focus our efforts on choosing only the best, reliable and ultimate services. Whether on holiday or on business, we know best how to convert Your trip into magical, special and one of a kind experience. On this tour You will see the highlights of Krakow and Malopolska such as Auschwitz Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine. We are experts in organizing Luxury Tailor-Made Tours all around Poland and Central Europe. We have been operating for over 12 years now. We know best our extraordinary city, country and the region, and we would be happy to hear about Your expectations. We pride ourselves in arranging outstanding Tailor-made Tours to even most remote spots of our beautiful region according to our Guests Wishes.

Inclusions: English or Spanish Speaking Passionate Guide (extra facts, stories, places), Door-to-Door Pick Up & Drop Off (hotel, airport, station, etc..), Comfortable, Modern & Elegant Car, Van or Coach (on request), Admissions in Auschwitz and Salt Mine

Exclusions: Accommodation, Meals, Other places may be visited additionally or instead, please ask us for details.

Reviewed By 515mishim

Wow, Christopher really knows his stuff and presents it in such a kind and compassionate way, especially the history of the Holocaust. You know you are in caring and knowing hands with him. I highly recommend this.

3. Poland 4 Days Tour: Krakow, Auschwitz & Wieliczka Salt Mine

Church of St. Wojciech, plac Mariacki, 31-042 Kraków, Poland Krakow Tour Guide Seweryn Osowski
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- Walk through the medieval Old Town’s Main Market Square - Visit Auschwitz-Birkenau museum - Explore breathtaking UNESCO Wieliczka Salt Mines - See the Jewish district and Ghetto area - Visit sites related to the film “Schindler’s List” - See the most important monuments on the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Krakow - Go to the district of Zabłocie where Oskar Schindler’s factory is located

Inclusions: Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Air-conditioned vehicle, All Fees and Taxes, Guided tour of every location, Tickets to Auschwitz-Birkenau and Salt Mine

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Reviewed By 789kubac

A very pleasant sightseeing experience. Especially, if you are interested in the history of Kraków Jew's, Seweryn is the best!

4. Auschwitz Birkenau Museum and Wieliczka Salt Mine guided tour in 2 days

Radisson Blu Hotel, Krakow, Straszewskiego 17, 31-101 Kraków, Poland Krakow Tours by KrakowDirect
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Get the most out of your stay in Krakow, with the special tour offer to Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum and Wieliczka Salt Mine on two separate days. Our comfortable, air-conditioned minivan or minibus takes you directly to both landmarks, including pick-up and drop-off from your Krakow hotel. You have a chance to marvel at the underground complex recognized by UNESCO's World Heritage Sites List in Wieliczka Salt Mine, and to visit the memorial museum and grounds of Auschwitz-Birkenau. On both days, the tours are guided with the maximum of 30 participants in Auschwitz Memorial Museum and 39 participants in Wieliczka Salt Mine .

Inclusions: Hotel pickup and drop-off - if option with hotel pick up selected, Fuel surcharge, Transport by air-conditioned minivan or minibus, Wifi access, All taxes, fees and handling charges, Professional guide, Headsets to hear the guide clearly, Insurance

Exclusions: Food and drinks, Extra fee in Wieliczka for taking photos

Reviewed By T8275DZcoling

That was a really good trip. We were picked up from our hotel. Our driver explained us everything and was waiting for us in the car to drive us to Birkenau and after to our hotel. Guide was a real professional and he anwsered all our questions. We used Krakow Direct and it was superb. Remember to get some snacks or lunch as the tour is really exhausting and there is no time to seat & eat.

5. Super Saver: Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine in two days

Straszewskiego 14, 33-332 Kraków, Poland Discover Cracow Tours
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This Krakow Super Saver combines two tours over two days at a discounted price. On the first day explore Auschwitz-Birkenau, the former Nazi concentration camp complex, where you’ll see some of the prison barracks and learn about the prisoners in poignant exhibitions. Then the next day, head underground at the Wieliczka Salt Mine and marvel at the salt formations, including the stunning Chapel of St. Kinga. It’s the perfect way to discover two of Poland’s UNESCO World Heritage sites. Please note that depending on the availability of the tours, the order might change.

Inclusions: Transport by air-conditioned minivan, Professional local guide

Exclusions: Gratuities, Food and drinks, unless specified, Overnight accommodation

Reviewed By evelyn_louise_davis

I loved this walking tour! My mother and I went last December after a long cold day of exploration. We met up with a wonderful group of people and had lots of fun that night with our guide and fellow travelers. The food was wonderful and afterwards I felt like I had learned a lot about Polish culture. This experience was really one to remember!

6. Hop on Hop off bus & Gondola Cruise - 48 hours - WOW KRAKOW

Hotel Galaxy, Gęsia 22A, 31-535 Kraków, Poland WowKrakow! Hop On Hop Off Bus
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Enjoy beautiful views and discover Krakow’s landmarks with our Hop on Hop off bus. We have discounts for students under 26, children under 3 travel for free. Our friendly staff will be glad to welcome you on the board. It’s very comfortable way to explore our city. 12:10 pm is on first stop - Galaxy Hotel, 22a Gesia street. Disruptions in traffic can cause changes to the bus timetable.

Inclusions: Gondola Cruise (seasonally from March to mid-November), Ticket to the Galicia Jewish Museum, Ticket to the Glass and Ceramics Centre, Headphones and multilingual commentary, Free map with WOW Krakow route, Free WiFi, Free app with live bus tracking, Multimedia show - a 3D-mapping movie displayed on a model of the city

Exclusions: Attraction tickets

Reviewed By 898douglasl

Really disappointed, doesn’t take you past anything, tape runs out of sink with journey and you really have to use your imagination to workout what it’s talking about as it’s definitely not always obvious. Seriously not worth the money, next time I’d do a scooter or Segway tour.

7. 6-Day Private Tour of Slovakia's Top National Parks from Vienna

Time for Slovakia - Private tours in Slovakia

Visit Slovakia’s most famous National Parks and their unique landscapes. Take a scenic cable car ride to the Lomnicky Peak and spend the night right in the middle of the mountains. Take a raft down a river in the National Park of Pieniny and relax under warm waters in a regenerating bath inside a cave.

Inclusions: 5 nights accommodation with breakfast, Professional local guide, Private car / minivan / coach depending on the size of the group, Airport transfers

Exclusions: Your personal expenses, Cable car tickets to Lomnicky peak, Food and drinks, unless specified

Reviewed By ChrisRM1961

We did a private tour with highlights of Slovakia and visits to villages where my great-grandparents came from. I was impressed with the extent of research Juri did into my family's geneology to find the towns, churches, and gravesites of my ancestors. When we visited these towns, we were warmly welcomed by a town official and priest who helped us understand the history of my family's origins. I was blown away! Our tour guide for this trip, Tomas, was very personable, extremely knowledgeable, and an absolute pleasure to travel with. He was a very competent and reliable driver, knew a great deal about all the historic sites we visited, and made our trip go smoothly. I wish I could have spent more time with him traveling about the country. I plan to go back to see the villages of the other side of my family and delve deeper into the countries' history and, when I do, will request him again. Thanks guys!!

8. 2 Polish Capitals Warsaw & Krakow in 2 days

S Tours Day Tours

Enjoy this 2-night tour of two Polish cities, Warsaw and Krakow. A day escape to historical capital of Poland, Krakow & UNESCO's Wieliczka Salt Mine is an unforgettable experience.

Inclusions: 2-night accommodation based on twin room, Breakfast, Food-tasting, Driver/guide, Hotel pick-up and drop-off, City tour of Krakow and Warsaw, Transport by air-conditioned minivan

Exclusions: Food and drinks, unless specified, Gratuities

Reviewed By filigree2017

It had been 25 years since we had seen the beautiful Medevil Krakow Square in the Old City. It’s charm was still there and even enhanced. I felt like we were in a little “Prague” and the European charm of that famous city. There were beautifully dressed horses and decorated carriages to take one a romantic ride around the massive square. Vendors from all over the region were assembled in charming booths selling their hand crafts and wares. Chestnuts were roasting and brats and kielbasa sausages were being grilled along with mulled wine being served and the aroma was just enticing. All the stores and street lights were festivally lit to give such an enchanting atmosphere. Dress warmly. It was 24 degree Fahrenheit. The next day we took the bus to the salt mines. It is an all day affair and extremely interesting just factually and historically. I would not miss this tour or do it on your own. It is very much worth it. The palace is also worth the time. The lines were not too long considering the Christmas Markets were in town. Krakow is very charming. It was not bombed during WWII and so all the buildings are original. The town was used for the Nazi headquarters during the war. It is a great town to travel to other areas to explore by bus or train. Poland is extremely friendly to Americans. They are fun. Love to sing and dance and quite welcoming.

9. private 2-day tour of Poland and Slovakia from Krakow

Randon Travel Poland

Take a private tour to the pearl of Poland - holiday paradise - Zakopane, spend a night in a fairytale 4* hotel in the High Tatras, visit peaks from both sides of the Tatras, see UNESCO heritage villages, castles and finish your trip back in Krakow

Inclusions: Overnight accommodation in 4*hotel in the High Tatras, Breakfast, Driver/guide, Hotel pickup and drop-off, Private tour, Round-trip private transfer, Transport by private vehicle, Fuel surcharge, Bottled water

Exclusions: Entrance fees to Orava castle if you decide to visit enteriors, Food and drinks, Entrance fees - cable car to Mount Kasprowy - 99PLN/person, cable car to Lomnicky peak/48€ if you wish to travel there

10. Krakow's Highlights

S Tours Day Tours

Discover Krakow, the cultural capital of Poland, on this comprehensive, guided, 4-day tour. This 'cradle of the nation' was included by UNESCO on the World Heritage List in 1978. Visit one of the most prestigious universities in Europe, the Jagiellonian University, plus the Wawel Royal Castle, Market Square, Cloth Hall, Barbican, the City Walls, Collegium Maius, and much more. Three guided tours ,round-trip transportation and entrance tickets per itinerary are included.

Inclusions: Driver/guide, city tour of Krakow, Wieliczka Salt-Mine tour, Auschwitz - Birkenau tour, KRK/railway station arrival transfer, Transport by air-conditioned minivan, Local guide

Exclusions: Food and drinks, unless specified, Gratuities

Reviewed By filigree2017

It had been 25 years since we had seen the beautiful Medevil Krakow Square in the Old City. It’s charm was still there and even enhanced. I felt like we were in a little “Prague” and the European charm of that famous city. There were beautifully dressed horses and decorated carriages to take one a romantic ride around the massive square. Vendors from all over the region were assembled in charming booths selling their hand crafts and wares. Chestnuts were roasting and brats and kielbasa sausages were being grilled along with mulled wine being served and the aroma was just enticing. All the stores and street lights were festivally lit to give such an enchanting atmosphere. Dress warmly. It was 24 degree Fahrenheit. The next day we took the bus to the salt mines. It is an all day affair and extremely interesting just factually and historically. I would not miss this tour or do it on your own. It is very much worth it. The palace is also worth the time. The lines were not too long considering the Christmas Markets were in town. Krakow is very charming. It was not bombed during WWII and so all the buildings are original. The town was used for the Nazi headquarters during the war. It is a great town to travel to other areas to explore by bus or train. Poland is extremely friendly to Americans. They are fun. Love to sing and dance and quite welcoming.

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