1. app. 56 km from our Center, trip duration approx. 4 hours.

2. Trip to Guided tours of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the German Nazi extermination camp (1940-1945) – hometown of Karol Wojtyla (John Paul II). Visit to museum and tasting of papal     cream cake along with a visit to the monastery in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska.

3. Round trip to Cracow, Melex (electric car) ride, guided tour of Wawel Castle, free time, visiting St. Mary’s Basilica and The Cloth Hall.

4. Visiting the Sanctuary of Jasna Gora (in city of Czestochowa) with a guide, participation in the Holy Mass. Visitors have an access to:

- Chapel of the Miraculous Image of Our Lady

- The Basilica and the Knights Hall

- Treasury, The Museum of the 600th Year Anniversary of Jasna Gora

- Arsenal and Golgotha of Jasna Gora

 Wisla – the pearl of Beskid Mountains – sightseeing along with round trip of the city.


5. The program includes:

- Adam Malysz ski jumping hill

- Castle of the President of Poland

- Kocyan’s Cottage – a place that popularize tradition of Wisla.

Wisla – 22 km – there’s a museum of Adam Malysz at 1 Maja Street, also President castle, ski trails; Ustron – 14 km – starting point for hikers, rope parks, ski trails;
Koniakow – 30 km – famous mostly from lace handicrafts, garments, and underclothes; Wadowice – 69 km – hometown of John Paul II;
Cracow – 109 km – Polish capital city until 1795, among top 120 of the most traditional cities in the world; Oswiecim – 56 km – a city with 800 years of history, during the World War II there was a German concentration camp (Auschwitz);
Czestochowa – 134 km – main center of Marian devotion. There’s a monastery of Jasna Gora with the miraculous image of Our Lady of Czestochowa in the city; Cieszyn – 10 km – historic town on Olza river. The part of the town located on right bank of the river is Polish, left one belongs to Czech Republic (“Czech Cieszyn”);


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