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Other cities to visit in Poland

Visit Wroclaw with a guide.
Standard sightseeing of Wroclaw. We provide private guided tours in the language of your choice. Duration: 3 hours. You will discover the most characteristic places in the city, during the tour. Wroclaw is a unique city in Poland. It stands out among Polish cities. Wroclaw’s complicated history will become closer to you, because I know how to lead through historical complexities. Make it a journey with an adventure. We will also play a game called “Find Wroclaw Dwarfs”.

  • Old Town Hall and pillory
  • Market
  • Salt square
  • St. Elizabeth church
  • The former butcher’s street – Old stalls
  • The former prison
  • University of Wroclaw
  • The Ossolineum Institute – for books lovers
  • The historic paths
  • Covered Market (a moment for you – shopping for souvenirs and more)
  • The Sand Island and bridge
  • Tumski Bridge – “Lovers’ Bridge”
  • Cathedral (admission free up to 10 people) and other churches for those interested


All day tour with a guide: Pszczyna and Żywiec

Pszczyna – a very picturesque town situated in the South of Poland, around 2h by car from Krakow – has a lot to offer its visitors. Surrounded by the forests and situated near beautiful lakes, charms with inner beauty and tranquility. Żywiec on the other hand is more of an industrial city, famous for its traditional beer brewery, one of the oldest in Poland.

  • Morning: departure from your hotel in Krakow
  • Private transport to Pszczyna (the drive will take 1h30min/2h; depends on the traffic)
  • Arrival to Pszczyna
  • Pszczyna Castle – built in 15th century, was initially a massive square consisting of two twin buildings with towers connected by tall strong walls. This majestic fortress was surrounded by ramparts and a moat which nowadays can only be seen in the old maps. Rebuilt many times, it first turned into a two-story renaissance luxurious residence, to become later a baroque palace with three wings. Used as a summer residence, a cultural center, a military fortress, and even a hospital, the castle has a rich turbulent history. Its elegant, splendorous interiors filled with original furniture and art will make you feel as if you have crossed the doors of time and visited the past.
  • Interiors of Pszczyna Castle. The Greatest “pearl” of the castle is The Mirror Chamber which still holds concerts of classical music – Evenings at Telemann’s – named after the initiator of the musical and cultural event. It was one of the very first chambers open to public. Nowadays, we can see far more than that: The Armory (situated in original gothic dungeons), a Cabinet of Miniatures (with elegant small portraits), Poniatowski Chamber, Portrait Gallery (where we will see all past counts and princes who owned or visited the castle), and much, much more…
  • After visiting the castle, I will take you to the European Bison Farm located in a picturesque historical park situated nearby. During the visit, you will not only see the bisons, but also their feeding.
  • Our trip doesn’t end here 🙂 The bisons are fed, but what about us? 🙂 After we leave the bisons, our bus will take us to Żywiec – to visit one of the oldest traditional breweries on Poland, taste the beer and – of course – savour amazing local food. The bus trip will take around 40 minutes.
  • Żywiec: Żywiec Brewery Museum, Beer Tasting, and dinner with local food. The brewery: its building is a historical monument itself. It is where the brewery has been from the very beginning (when, how, etc… – you have to book a tour with me to hear the story). No less historical are the secrets held inside. Original interior kept in perfect shape, combined with perfectly attuned multimedia let you easily cross the line of time. We won’t need more than just few steps to find ourselves in the past and feel the atmosphere of this amazing historical brewery. But what would be such visit without the beer tasting? Full glasses of this wonderous beer will be served to you at the end of the tour. The glasses are original, produced by the brewery as well. For those who – for different reasons – cannot or do not want to drink alcohol, the brewery offers an alcohol-free version of the beer.
  • After visiting Żywiec Brewery, we will return to Krakow (private transport by bus will take around 2h/2h15min).

Safety rules – important!

  • No smoking in the interiors of the Castle and the Brewery
  • People suffering from light-sensitive migraine or light-sensitive epilepsy should wear dark glasses or close their eyes in the Time Tunnel at Żywiec Brewery Museum (flashing red/green/blue lights are emitted for around two minutes). I will remind you to do so.

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