Our trip begins in Krakow just after landing at the airport, where a private transfer service will be waiting to drive us to the hotel.
After the check in, a 3-hour-long tour within the city centre will teach us all we need to know about the old town, the Jewish quarter, following the industrial monuments tour.
The next day, we will take advantage of a half-day visit at the lead-silver-zinc mine in Tarnowskie Góry, where the Underground Water Management System is remarkable.
Then we will go to Katowice in order to visit the Museum of Silesia as well as Giszowiec and Nikiszowiec, created as coal miners' settlement in the early 20th century, unique example found in Europe!
The following day it is time to visit the city where first breweries in Poland were established 400 years ago. There you will find the former largest brewery in the world. After this refreshing tour, dinner in a traditional restaurant is waiting for us.
On our fourth day visiting, Nowa Huta is THE destination. Also known as the 'communist paradise', as it was built as an Utopian city and is also one of the greenest corner of Krakow.
The next-to-last day, prepare yourself for visiting the incredible salt mine at Wieliczka, which is enlisted as World Heritage site by UNESCO. After this amazing visit, we will head back to Krakow and the Museum of Urban Engineering including a guided tour.
The very last full day in Poland, the main visit points will be the coal mine named GUIDO, an actual jewel registered by the European Route of Industrial Heritage, along with the 'Queen Luiza' Mining Heritage Park in Zabrze.
Finally, after having spent seven unforgettable days, the transfer service will pick us up and get to the airport to finish our amazing trip in Poland.