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Wawel Castle, Krakow

Serving as a royal residence and the site where the country's rulers governed Poland for five centuries between 1038 and 1596, The Royal Castle is a blend of Medieval, Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque styles. It has become viewed by many as a symbol of the independent Polish state and today contains a priceless collection of 16th-century Flemish tapestries, considered to be one of the largest in the world. Please contact FHT to book your group tour.

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Auschwitz / Birkenau Concentration Camps

Experience one of the most memorable places in modern European history. The Auschwitz-Birkenau museum comprises the two preserved camps of Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II - Birkenau. The greyed photo of an old man, just off the train and being ushered to certain death by the SS soldier, is a searing image, among many in the museum. The visit includes a film showing the camp’s liberation, the flower-strewn Death Wall, the national memori read more ...

Guided Sightseeing tour of Krakow

We can arrange and half day guided coach or walking tour of the Old Town which will include some of Krakow’s most important sights, including the Old Town, The Jewish district Kasimierz, Wawel castle and Hill and St Mary’s Church. Contact our experts at FHT Group Tours today for the best possible prices for your next educational trip to Krakow.

Schindler's Trail

Take your student group on a guided tour of Krakow, learning the history of the jewish quarter and visiting the site of the factory made famous by Oscar Schindler following his inspirational and daring rescue of over a thousand of his Jewish workforce. The tour starts at Zgody Square – former centre of Krakow Ghetto where the Jews were relocated from their historical area of Kazimierz. The Square was the departure poin read more ...

Sukiennice (Cloth Hall)

The Renaissance Cloth Hall, built in the 1550’s,  is one of the most iconic sights in Poland and is the central feature of the main market square. During its golden age,  traffic came in from the East in the form of spices, silk, leather and wax - and Krakow itself exported textiles, lead and salt from the mines at Wieliczka. On the upper floor is the Sukiennice Museum which holds the largest permanent exhibit of 19th-centu read more ...

Wieliczka Salt Mine

An excellent visit for all groups coming to Krakow, the Wieliczka salt mine is only 8 miles south east of Krakow and is one of the oldest salt mines in Europe, having been in operation since around the 14th century. Your guided tour of the mine includes the museum, located in the oldest part of the mine and a visit to the galleries, chambers and chapels on the upper levels. All of these are located up to 300 feet below read more ...

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