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Travel from Prague to Krakow

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City fabulous and home heat

Lead travel guide Conde Nast Traveller included the Krakow in the top ten most interesting cities in Europe and the authoritative edition of Forbes has named Krakow the 20 most attractive European tourist centers. Why? Because Krakow not only affects the abundance of attractions but also warms the heart of his true family atmosphere.

3 reviews for Travel from Prague to Krakow

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amazing from start to finish. Ruslan is the best!!
    The best experience I have ever had with a travel agent. An amazing staff with amazing service!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    It was very nice trip in a comfortable with the excellent driver. Highly recommend to travel with this co. Thank you!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Transfer from Vienna to Prague, and to Krakow (with Auschwitz stopover).
    Best service ever, from start to end. You will be well taken care of. Whatever your need, just ask and they will do their best to help you. Very friendly and personalized treatment.

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    Hey People who ordered this transfer also they buy extra stop because they very interesting to see how local people live and visit more beautiful places on the way.

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    The city of Olomouc is one of the oldest cities in Moravia, the eastern part of the Czech Republic, and capital of the region of Central Moravia.

    Today Olomouc has more than 100 000 inhabitants and due to its long and important history it is one of the most beautiful cities in the Czech Republic. It is the second largest urban preservation area in the country (after Prague) and is rich in architectural monuments of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles, of which the Pøemyslid palace and several of the Olomouc churches are the most spectacular. The neo–Gothic cathedral of St Wenceslas is the seat of the archbishop and the city’s most important church. The Holy Trinity Column in the main square is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List


    Concentration Camp

    Auschwitz was a term network of the Nazi concentration camp. Generally when people hear the word Auschwitz, what comes in their mind is genocide or terror. A museum was established later for people to understand what really happened here, so if you are the curious one too, get here to know the history.

    Konopiste Castle

    Most interesting castle complexes of Central Europe.

    The Konopiste Castle was originally founded as a gothic fortress guarding a nearby town of Benesov. Being founded at the end of the 13th century by Tobias of Benesov, it was built at the beginning of the 14th century, following the model of french castles called „castels“.

    Kutna Hora

    The Royal Silver town

    It’s one of the 12 places in the Czech Republic on UNESCO’s world heritage list, but is most famous for its remarkable ‘bone church’; a cemetery chapel decorated with the bones of up to 40,000 people. There are at least three of these ‘bone chapels’ (or ‘ossuaries’) in the Czech Republic and many more scattered across Europe, but the creative arrangements of the bones in Kutná Hora make it more memorable than most.


    Romantic Castle

    A castle which you shouldn’t miss that has the romantic interiors, highest comforts of the time, carving decoration, rich painting and furnished furniture. You can also visit the beautiful park that is just around the castle. The castle itself is so stunning that many films have been shot here because of its immense beauty.

    Moravian Karst

    Moravian Karst

    A popular attraction for tourists, the Moravian Karst is a landscape where large number of people visit during the summers. If you are a nature lover, you should explore the place by hiking and riding on the bicycle. It is one of the natural wonders that will wow you whenever you come here.

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