In our hostel you can buy tickets for interesting tours organized by the best travel companies in Krakow


Wawel Chakra

The Wawel Chakra  - a place on Wawel hill in Kraków in Poland which is believed to emanate powerful spiritual energy. One of the world's main centers of spiritual energy. The Wawel Chakra is said to be one of a few strongest places of power on the Earth, which - like a chakra in the human body functions in /esoteric/ energetic system of Earth.







Kazimierz is a historical district of Kraków, best known for being home to a significant Jewish community from the 14th century on until the Holocaust in the Second World War. The boundaries of Kazimierz are defined by an old island in the Vistula river.



Zakrzowek Lake

Lake is a 20-minute walk from Wawel Castle has the unique distinction of being a hidden lagoon in an old mined quarry – indeed it is so hidden some people think it´s a myth. In actual fact it is relatively easy to get to on foot and is well worth the visit. Dominated by the sheer limestone cliffs and dense thick foliage of the surrounding area, Zakrzowek Lake is blessed with stunning natural beauty.




Rynek Underground

Walking between the Cloth Hall /Sukiennice/ and Saint Mary’s Church, one may not realise that hidden away a few meters under the ground is a treasure trove of knowledge about Krakow’s past. To discover it, you just have to step down into Rynek Underground.




Oskar Schindler’s Factory

Krakow’s fabled Oskar Schindler's Factory of Enameled Vessels ‘Emalia’ has been turned into a modern museum devoted to the wartime experiences in Krakow under the five-year Nazi occupation during the World War II. The museum takes up the sprawling administration building of the defunct plant at 4 Lipowa street, in the city’s grim industrial district of Zablocie on the right bank of Wisla river.




Liban Quarry

One of the creepiest, most forgotten places in Kraków, the Liban Quarry should first and foremost be a place of remembrance for the victims of the Nazi labour camp that operated here during Kraków's WWII occupation. That said, the sight lies in overgrown abandon today, slowly becoming a nature sanctuary for waterfowl, birds of prey, pheasants and other various creatures (we've even seen an unattended horse grazing here) as the city seems to have forgotten it completely.




Sanctuary of Divine Mercy

The Divine Mercy Sanctuary in Kraków, Poland is a Roman Catholic basilica dedicated to the Divine Mercy devotion, as the resting place of Saint Faustina Kowalska, canonized on April 30, 2000. The new basilica was built between 1999–2002, and is located in the District of Łagiewniki at ul. sw. Faustyny street. Two Pope shave visited the shrine and millions of pilgrims from around the world continue to visit it every year.




The Planty Park

London has Hyde Park Krakow has...... The Planty.
For easy walk round the ancient capital. The pleasant place to sit and watch the world goes by. 





Kosciuszko's Mound

Kościuszko Mound in Kraków, erected by Cracovians in commemoration of the Polish national leader Tadeusz Kościuszko, is an artificial mound modeled after Kraków's prehistoric mounds of Krak and Wanda. A serpentine path leads to the top, approx. 326 metres (1,070 ft) above sea level, with a panoramic view of the Vistula River and the city. It was completed in November 1823.




Polish Aviation Museum

One more aviation museum? NEVER ! An amazing museum situated on an old Cold War airstrip. Apart from a great Cold War collection of migs and other newer aircraft, it had an impeccable collection if ww1 and ww2 aircraft, including some of Herman Goerings personal planes and the spectacularly mint condition aircraft that opened the 1936 Olympics.