The Royal Route
The Royal Route begins by St Florian's Church in Matejko's Square. It leads along the historic road from the main entrance gate into the city - St Florian's Gate, along Floriańska Street, through Market Square and Grodzka street to the Royal Castle on Wawel Hill. It is one of the most popular tourist routes in Cracow. It takes about three hours. Walking through the Royal Route you can take delight in the most important and splendid Cracow's monuments such as churches, Cloth House, buildings and streets.
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Listed in World Heritage Sites by UNESCO since 1978, the Wieliczka Salt Mine is thought to have been created by the forces of nature around 15 million years ago. There are nine floors in the mine where visitors can admire many chambers with carvings and statues. It is worth seeing a salt lake that holds more than 300 g of salt per one litre. Guided tours are possible since 8 am till 7.30 pm. The tour takes minimum 3 hours.
Local attractions: Ojców National Park near Cracow
Ojców National Park is located in Southern Poland (Małopolska region), 16 km north of Cracow, on Cracow-Częstochowa Plateau. It embraces valleys of two small rivers and neighbouring fragments of Jurassic plateau and is the smallest National Park in Poland. In our offer we propose visiting this charming limestone park with off road cars.
A rich and attractive optional social programme is possible. It includes: Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum of Martyrdom Tour, Cracow Jewish Trail, John Paul II Route.
The post Conference tours costs are not included in registration fee.