Nowa Huta, Kazimierz Jewish district and Krakow old city regular tour by minibus
Discover krakow's rich historical heritage.
Post-communist Nowa Huta Disctrict, which was founded in 1949, and centered around Poland’s first integrated steelworks. You will see characteristic communist era architecture, as well as church in Bieńczyce and Cistercians Monastery. You will see an example of sacral architecture, preserved very close to grey blocks for inhabitants. We’ll visit the Central Square, followed by Mogiła, a former village. View the Entrance Gate to Poland’s Metal Steelworks, formerly named after LENIN; drive along divisions of Steelworks; Rose Avenue, Folk Theatre, ARKA –Church
Kazimierz Jewish District with its unique atmosphere of old synagogues and charming Jewish cafés where you can relax with a cup of delicious coffee.
The third “face”, which you will see with us is Old City of Krakow (UNESCO), which is known as a one of the most beautiful city in Europe. You will see it’s remarkable Main Market Square, the Cloth Halls (Sukiennice), and St. Mary’s Basilica, where the tour finishes around 1pm.
Route: Nowa Huta - Kazimierz – Old Town