Poland Tours

Picturesque cities such as Kraków and Gdańsk vie with energetic Warsaw for your urban attention. There’s a growing appreciation, too, of the country's rich Jewish heritage. Beyond the deeply affecting Holocaust memorials, synagogues are being sensitively restored, and former Jewish centres such as Łódź and Lublin have heritage trails where you can trace this history at your own pace.

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Wieliczka Salt Mine tour
1779 reviews

Take an unforgettable guided walk along the 3-kilometer-long tourist route 135 meters under the ground. Book this half-day Wieliczka Salt Mine excursion and a professional, English-speaking driver will pick you up at the meeting point and drive you strai

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€48.30
18543 customer recommendations
4.5 hours Krakow
Wieliczka and Auschwitz in one day
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Wieliczka and Auschwitz in one day
1615 reviews

Explore one of the darkest chapters in the history of Europe in the 20th century on a 7-hour tour from Krakow. Visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, and then go for an amazing walk in the Wieliczka Salt Mine

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€80.50
17386 customer recommendations
12 hours Krakow
Krakow in one day - city tour by electric car
1513 reviews

The professional, English-speaking driver-guides will take you on an unforgettable journey in an eco-friendly electric car. This guarantees that you can visit the city's 3 most historical districts in just 3 hours. Get to know the city and its history

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€17.25
16473 customer recommendations
3 hours Krakow
Wawel Castle and surrounding Wawel Hill tour
1258 reviews

Wawel Hill is one of the most important places for Polish people. It has been the home for kings and queens for many decades. It is a must-see for Polish and foreign tourists. Wawel has been the monarch’s residency from the 11th century, where they have b

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€6.90
13237 customer recommendations
2 hours Dolnoslaskie
Wieliczka Salt Mine tour & Wawel Audio Guide
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Wieliczka Salt Mine tour & Wawel Audio Guide
878 reviews

Book this tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine and meet your driver at designated meeting point in Krakow. Once you are finished visiting Salt Mine, you can come to Krakow, grab your Audio guide and hit the Wawel Hill

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9338 customer recommendations
4.5 hours Krakow
Wieliczka Salt Mine Ticket  & Wawel Audio Guide
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Wieliczka Salt Mine Ticket & Wawel Audio Guide
472 reviews

Visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine with a licensed live guide and discover the Wawel Hill on your own with our audio-guided tour!

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5135 customer recommendations
5 hours Krakow
Wieliczka Salt Mine Skip the line ticket
320 reviews

Take an unforgettable guided walk along the 3-kilometer-long tourist route 135 meters under the ground. Book this 2-hour live guided tour in Wieliczka Salt Mine a professional local guide.

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€31.97
3281 customer recommendations
2-2.5 hours Krakow
Krakow by Night - City Tour by Electric Car
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Krakow by Night - City Tour by Electric Car
280 reviews

During the night, thousands of lights illuminate Krakow and the city can fully show its romantic side. You will fully feel this unique atmosphere during our “Krakow by night” tour. Take a ride around the beautiful Old Town and Jewish Quarter,

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€14.95
2870 customer recommendations
1.5 hours Lowest price guarantee
Schindler Factory Skip the Line Ticket
253 reviews

Learn about both the individual and collective horrors that Polish citizens suffered under Nazi occupation at the original site of Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory

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€2.07
5454 customer recommendations
1,5 hours Krakow
Creepy Krakow- 2–Hour Dark Secrets Walking Tour
152 reviews

On your creepy Krakow walking tour, discover the dark side of Krakow. Learn about Krakow's legends, scary anecdotes and the horrifying stories based on true life. Uncover the creepy side of Krakow by joining the tour just when the sun goes down.

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€12.65
3078 customer recommendations
2 hours Krakow
Tatra Mountains
1 The highest mountains in Poland are the Tatra Mountains which are part of Carpathians. These beautiful mountains border Poland and Slovakia. Take an adventure tour to the highest peak on the Polish side, Mount Rysy, or a sightseeing tour of the emerald lakes, cascading waterfalls and bucolic pastures. Activities to do here include rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking. In winter enjoy excellent skiing
Wieliczka Salt Mine
2 When it comes to Poland’s most valuable monument of material and spiritual culture, the Wieliczka Salt Mine is it. This is one of the most highly recommend guided tours in the country and absolutely amazing. This world class monument has listed under the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage twelve objects. There are a number of routes and tours to take, each one fascinating as you descend to depths underground.
Bialowieza Forest
3 In lowland Europe, the last remaining primeval forest is the Bialowieza Forest in Poland and part of Belarus. The forest is the last refuge in the world for European Bison which are the largest land mammal in the Continent. It is also now home to rare species of birds, thousands of mushrooms and insects thanks to the forest being saved from logging. There are many varied guided tours and activities to do here.
Auschwitz - Birkenau Memorial and Museum
4 A guided tour of Auschwitz - Birkenau Memorial and Museum in Oświęcim is heart-wrenching but should be done to remember what people were put through in World War II purely for being Jewish. It is a symbol of Holocaust, evil, terror and genocide. The museum is in two parts Auschwitz I - the first and oldest camp, Auschwitz II - Birkenau. With a professional tour guide learn the facts and see the apparatus of mass extermination!
Łazienki Park
5 A sightseeing tour of Łazienki Park is a tour of one of Europes most beautiful palace and park complexes located in Warsaw. The most popular architectural monument within the landscaped garden is the Palace on the Water which was built of the last monarch of Poland King Stanislaw August Poniatowski. There are many fabulous buildings and monuments to visit as well as forests and gardens to stroll about.
Wawel Castle - Krakow
6 A collection of the most important buildings in Poland is situated on Wawel Hill, Krakow and comprises of Wawel Castle and Cathedral. These are Poland's version of the Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. These are Poland's symbol of fierce patriotism, national pride, self-rule and hope. On a guided tour you are treated to the most spectacular architecture and treasures dating from the 14th century.
Malbork Castle
7 One of Poland’s most impressive historical sites is Malbork Castle, Malbork. It is not just one castle; there is High Castle which has the best features and collections, the Middle Castle which was the centre of the Teutonic Knights political movement and the Outer Bailey. These buildings are surrounded by a large dry moat. A guided tour here is fascinating and long so be sure to wear comfortable shoes.
Warsaw Old Town
8 The historical centre of Poland’s capital city is Warsaw’s Old Town. While during World War II, the largest part of the Old Town was ruined it was later reconstructed. There are still original parts of the town that dates back to the 13th century and is listed as a World Heritage Site. In the middle of Old Town is the beautiful market square with cafes and restaurants to sit and absorb the lovely atmosphere.
Krakow Main Market Square
9 When in Krakow, the start and end of every sightseeing tour or guided tour will probably be in Krakow’s Main Market Square. It is located in the Old Town part of central Krakow and little has changed here. It is among the largest of Europes medieval squares, surrounded by elegant townhouses with much history and curiosities within. This is the main place for public celebrations and festivals, especially at Christmas time.
The Masurian Lake District
10 A beautiful location to visit for sightseeing tour, activities or a place to completely relax is the Masurian Lake District. There are some 2,000 individual lakes, but the largest lake in Poland, Śniardwy and Lake Mamry are the most popular with natives and foreign tourists. There are many great activities to do relating to the water. Boat cruises, and kayaking, especially in the Baltic sun, are highly recommended.