MUSIC TRIP to KRAKOW

Arrival

01/01/22

Departure

31/12/22

Minimum Pax

25

Price

395.00

Description

Krakow was the capital of Catholic Poland until the end of the 16th century, when the center of political power was moved to Warsaw. Since 1978 its medieval heart has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is the city of beloved Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II, who has never forgotten these places, where he lived for 40 years.
The world-famous Jagiellonian University, Wawel Castle and one of Europe’s largest ancient squares, Rynek Glowny, are all located in the heart of the city. Krakow, today is the fourth city of Poland, but all Poles consider it the cultural capital of the country and visiting it is easy to understand why: a fascinating place, full of monuments and historical sites, museums, churches, beautiful buildings and at the same time a concentration of restaurants, bars and clubs and cultural events of all kinds.

For those who want to visit the surroundings of Krakow, do not miss the visit to the Wieliczka Salt Mine, since 1978 UNESCO World Heritage; it is something spectacular, an underground city carved in salt, with churches sculptures and miles of paths. Sad but necessary a visit to the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz and Birkenau.

Included
3 Nights with breakfast in 3*hotel
2 dinners in hotel
1 dinner in a typical Jewish restaurant
Guided tour of Krakow
Guided tour of Auschwitz
Organisation of 1-2 performances including assistance
Local Bus Rental for all transfers
1 Person free of charge each 265 paying participants
Not included
Other meals and drinks
Tips, entrance fees and personal extras
Rental of music instruments and special techniques
City tax
Insurance policy for cancellation and medical assistance
Programma
Day 1 : ARRIVAL in KRAKOW
Arrival in Krakow. Check-in and accommodation in the booked rooms. Dinner at the hotel and overnight.
Day 2 : KRAKOW & WAWEL CASTLE
Breakfast. Departure for the guided tour of Krakow. Morning: visit of the Jewish quarter Kazimierz, the Remuh synagogue and the cemetery. Free lunch in the center. Afternoon: visit of the Wawel Castle. Dinner in the typical Jewish restaurant Klezmer Hois. Overnight.
Day 3 : AUSCHWITZ & CONCERT
After breakfast, departure to Oswiecim, where the museum of the former Auschwitz concentration camp is located a few kilometers away. Visit to the Auschwitz and Birkenau camps. Free lunch. Afternoon return to the hotel and preparation for the individual concert in a church in the center of Krakow or for a friendship concert with a local Polish choir. Dinner in hotel or restaurant. Overnight.
Day 4 : DEPARTURE
Breakfast and departure for the return.
Map

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