Arrival in Krakow or Warsaw. Domestic flights from Warsaw to Krakow are available. On request, a welcome dinner at a local restaurant in the Old Town. Overnight in Krakow.
After breakfast, a city sightseeing tour of Krakow that is often called the “Slavic Rome”. The Old Town within the area of the Planty has been included on the UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage list. You will admire Europe’s largest medieval Market Square, the Cloth Hall, St Mary’s Church, with its famous Gothic Pentateuch altarpiece carved in lime-wood as well as the building of Jagiellonian University and the Royal Castle and Cathedral on Wawel Hill. The afternoon is free for individual visits and sightseeing. We recommend a visit to the Royal Castle’s interiors with the exhibition of the so-called arras – unique tapestries, or a sightseeing tour of the Jewish district of Kazimierz. We can arrange kosher dinner with a Klezmer concert (live) in one of Jewish restaurants located there. Overnight in Krakow.
You leave Krakow and drive to Wieliczka, where you will have a possibility to visit well-known UNESCO salt mine with its famous St. Kinga’s Chapel at the depth of 101 m. The next stop is Tarnow, a city with charming Galician atmosphere, located at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains. During the sightseeing tour, you will visit the historical city center with renaissance Town Hall, Half-Bastion, the semi-circle-shaped tower as well as the Cathedral and Bimah, which is the only preserved part of the oldest Tarnow synagogue erected in the 17th century. Overnight in Rzeszow.