Tuesday & ThursdayDuration
8 hoursStart time
From selected centrally located Wroclaw hotels as listed under “Itinerary”. (Please advise your hotel at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details).
Alternate Location: Central stop – the bus park at 11 Powiśle Street (ul. Powiśle 11), situated on the opposite side of the Sheraton Hotel.
Tour concludes at the point of origin.
Your journey back to Krakow takes you along the Eagles Nests Trail, an historic strategic system of watchtowers and castles. Take a stop over in Pieskowa Skala to visit a well-preserved Renaissance Castle along the Eagle Nests Trail. High on a cliff over the valley of the Pradnik river, this 14th century fortification was rebuilt in the 16th century as a Renaissance residence.
You will be picked up from Hotel Wyspianski in a tourist coach.
Proceed towards the city of Czestochowa. Arrive at the monastery of Jasna Góra where you’ll visit the chapel that houses the miraculous painting of the Black Madonna.
Next, visit the Basilica, which is the main church of the monastery.
In your free time for lunch, you can visit the 600th Anniversary Museum and Treasury on your own, or attend Mass.
On the way back, the tour bus takes the scenic route to admire the most spectacular limestone rock formations typical of the Kraków-Czestochowa Uplands.
Visit the only remaining castle of the so called Eagle Nest Trail at Pieskowa Skala.
You will be dropped back at your original point of pick-up.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
From November 17 to April 18, Pieskowa Skała Castle is closed for the visitors. You will visit the castle from the outside.
Again there were only 5 of us on this trip so we were taken by private car.The guide was excellent and very knowledgeable and entertaining....
The tour to The Black Madonna was very spiritual and interesting. The guide was courteous and very knowledge able. I thank Isango and recommend my fellow Canadians to book...
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