Tours and transfers


The following programme has been planned to make the stay in Krakow more enjoyable for the partners, so they can learn more about the local tradition and culture.


Thursday, June 11th, 2015

  • Krakow sightseeing tour

For over thousand years, Krakow has been the centre of science , culture and art in Poland and the half day sightseeing tour with an English speaking guide is a fine introduction to this historic city. The programme includes a visit to the Wawel Castle ( with Royal Chambers where is the picture of Leonardo da Vinci's ''Lady with ermine''), The Royal Route, the Main Market Square with St. Mary's Church where is a wooden altar of Wit Stwosz and the Kazimierz district with short break for delicious coffee and Pascha.
Duration:         9.30 - 12.30
Price:              EUR 38,-/ per person
Pick up place:   will be confirmed
Language:        English


Friday, June 12th, 2015

  • Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wieliczka ,  a small town situated 14 km of Krakow, is very famous for its salt mine which has been operating for at least 700 years – the oldest Polish industrial enterprise in continuous operation. Over the centuries, devout and superstitious, miners have carved fabulous figures, monuments and altarpieces out of its salt walls.  These amazing works of art, in addition to the mine's historical importance, have earned the Wieliczka Salt Mine a place on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.
The temperature in the undergrounds is  between 14° - 16° C. There are 800 steps on the way of which 380 take you down into the mine. Please be advised to take comfortable shoes. Tour is not recommended for people with claustrophobia.
About 13.00 back to Krakow and possibility to eat lunch in local restaurant in the Old Town.
Duration:          9.00 - 13.00
Price:               EUR 42,-/per person
                            EUR 23,-/ per person for lunch after tour in local restaurant in Old Town
Pick up place:    will be confirmed
Language:         English



Below, there is a list of tours offered by Congress Bureau Jordan :

  • Visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau Museum - everyday

All over the world, Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror, genocide, and the Holocaust. The camp was established by Germans in 1940, in the suburbs of Oswiecim, a Polish city that was annexed to the Third Reich by the Nazis. The camp was mainly created for Polish political prisoners. Their number increased dramatically after German aggression. Total number of victims at Auschwitz in 1940 – 1945 is estimated at between 1.1 and 1.5 million people. Since 1979, the camp has been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Nowadays, the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum is a monument dedicated to the memory of the all murdered during World War II.
Duration:      7 hrs.  
Price:           EUR 34,- / per person
Pick up time and place will be confirmed.
Language:    English


  •  Dunajec River Gorge - Saturday or Sunday

This, undoubtedly one of the Poland's prime tourist attractions, gives you a chance to admire some of the most amazing scenery in the Polish highlands. Usually referred to as "the raft trip down the Dunajec river", this is in fact a rather leisurely drift in large wooden punts. Highly experienced guides make sure you have a smooth ride and keep you informed about the sights you see and the history of the trips, which goes back to 1840s . The voyage down the winding Dunajec offers breathtaking views of mighty limestone cliffs plunging into the water as well as stunning native vegetation both protected by the second oldest international national park in the world. Also, while sailing down the river you can spot some rare bird species including the Black Stork. Another attraction of the tour is a visit to Niedzica Castle which was originally built in the 14th century by the Hungarians to protect an important trade through the Dunajec valley. Nowadays the castle towers over a large water reservoir and an impressive dam built in mid 90s. While visiting the castle you can admire the delightful view over the artificial lake and learn an amazing story of Inca refugees that found shelter there. Our trip begins at Niedzica Castle, then continues to the wharf in Sromowce Niżne and ends 15 km later in Szczawnica.
The voyage lasts two to three hours, depending on the water level of the river. It is advisable to bring rainwear or a sun hat depending on the weather.
Itinerary may be changed due to weather conditions, traffic, number of tourists etc.
Duration:          8 hrs.
Price:               EUR 99,-/ per person
Pick up time and place will be confirmed.
Language:        English
The price includes: English speaking guide, admission to the raft trip, admission to Niedzica Castle.
NOTE: minimum 4 people are required for each tour.


  • Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains - Saturday

Nestled at the foot of the spectacular Tatra Mountains, Zakopane is the winter sports capital of Poland and its most famous resort. During the winter, plentiful snow and challenging runs make for excellent skiing, while the summer months offer hikers mountain lakes, glacial valleys and waterfalls. The mountains are also home to a unique and diverse range of flora and fauna. Our tour starts with a ride up a funicular railway to the top of Mt. Gubałówka, where we have a wonderful view of the Tatras. After a short walk around the peak, we return down  the funicular to visit the oldest part of Zakopane, where the old cottages of the Highlanders still stand, surrounded by ash trees and blackened by the sun. These wooden houses and churches were built in highlander style created by the remarkable Polish artist, Witkiewicz. In addition to the traditional mountain architecture, magnificent folk costumes and jewellery have also survived here to this day. To better experience the true Zakopane atmosphere, we take a walk along Krupówki, the central mall, lined with restaurants, cafes, boutiques and  souvenir shops.
Duration:         8 hrs.
Price:              EUR 69,- / per person
Pick up time and place will be confirmed.
Language:       English
The price includes: transportation, English speaking guide, admission to the funicular railway and the Tatra Museum.
NOTE: minimum 4 people are required for each tour.


Our company ( Biuro Jordan) provide deluxe coaches and minibuses for transfer from and to the Krakow Airport. We also offer services of taxi with an English speaking drivers.

The price for tranfer by taxi is EUR 25,-/ per transfer / one way