20 May 2019 r., 17:15 – 18:45, Kraków – Old town, Kazimierz district – tour for delegates and accompanying guests

The Wawel Hill and the Royal Castle, the Gothic-style St. Mary’s Basilica, the Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) and fortification remains: the Barbican and St. Florian’s Gate are all symbols of the royal city. Kazimierz – the historical district of Kraków, shaped over centuries by the Christian-Jewish coexistence – is currently one of the most recognizable parts of the city. If you want to feel the true spirit of the Kraków artistic bohemia, this bustling cultural district is the place to visit.


21 May 2019 r., 09:00 – 13:00, Wieliczka Salt Mine – tour for accompanying guests

Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of Poland’s most famous attractions which was added to the Unesco World Heritage List in 1978. From 13th century the mine has been systematically expanded and now the network of 300-kilometre-long galleries (and 3,000 chambers) extends to a depth of up to 327 m. The underground tourist route is nearly 3 km long and roughly 64-135 m deep. It leads through over 22 of the most beautiful chambers created in the 13th-century mine, among salt sculptures and underground lakes.