7 Days trip in Poland

Budget: 0 USD - 2600 USD City sightseeing Food exploration
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Poland is a country in Central Europe with a rich history, vibrant culture, and beautiful landscapes. It is known for its music, literature, and art, and has experienced significant social and political change in recent decades.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to PLN
PLN 4.06
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Main Market Square

    120 minutes

    Explore the heart of Krakow at the Main Market Square, which is located in the Old Town and is one of the largest medieval market squares in Europe.

  2. Pierogi Ruskie Museum

    60 minutes

    Learn about the history of pierogi and taste traditional pierogi ruskie at this unique museum dedicated to the beloved Polish dish.

  3. Kleparz Farmers' Market

    90 minutes

    Experience the local culture and flavors of Krakow at this farmers' market, where you can sample fresh produce and traditional Polish cuisine.

Day 2

  1. Wieliczka Salt Mine

    240 minutes

    Visit one of the oldest salt mines in the world and explore the underground chambers, halls, and sculptures carved out of salt by generations of miners.

  2. Kazimierz District

    120 minutes

    Discover the Jewish heritage of Krakow at the historic Kazimierz District, which features synagogues, museums, and vibrant street art.

  3. Stary Kleparz Market

    90 minutes

    Sample traditional Polish cuisine and regional specialties at this bustling food market, which is known for its selection of high-quality meats, cheeses, and baked goods.

Day 3

  1. Wawel Castle

    120 minutes

    Tour the iconic Wawel Castle, which served as the residence of Polish kings and queens for centuries and houses a museum with a collection of art and artifacts.

  2. Polish Food Trail Tour

    180 minutes

    Embark on a guided tour of Krakow's culinary scene, tasting a variety of traditional Polish snacks and dishes along the way, including pierogi, kielbasa, and oscypek cheese.

  3. Pryzmat Restaurant

    120 minutes

    Indulge in a gourmet culinary experience at the refined and elegant Pryzmat Restaurant, which features a menu of Polish and European fusion cuisine made with locally-sourced ingredients.

Day 4

  1. Krakow Cloth Hall

    120 minutes

    Browse the stalls of the historic Krakow Cloth Hall, which has served as a marketplace for textiles and crafts since the 14th century, and shop for unique souvenirs and gifts.

  2. Oscypek Cheese Tasting

    60 minutes

    Taste the delicious and distinct flavor of oscypek cheese, a traditional Polish smoked cheese made from sheep's milk, at this unique tasting experience.

  3. Pod Aniolami Restaurant

    120 minutes

    Savor the flavors of traditional Polish cuisine in a charming and cozy setting at the acclaimed Pod Aniolami Restaurant, which is known for its delectable pierogi and cabbage rolls.

Day 5

  1. Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow

    120 minutes

    Explore the modern and contemporary art scene in Poland at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, which features rotating exhibitions and a collection of works by Polish and international artists.

  2. Piwnica Pod Baranami

    90 minutes

    Dine at one of Krakow's most famous restaurants, which has been a hub of Polish culture and literature for over 100 years, and try the signature dish of potato pancakes with goulash or sour cream.

  3. Krakow Pub Crawl

    240 minutes

    Join a pub crawl with fellow travelers and locals and discover the best pubs and bars in Krakow, enjoying drinks, music, and lively conversation along the way.

Day 6

  1. Ojcowski National Park

    240 minutes

    Escape the hustle and bustle of Krakow and immerse yourself in nature at the beautiful Ojcowski National Park, which features limestone cliffs, caves, and dense forests.

  2. Zakopane

    180 minutes

    Visit the picturesque mountain town of Zakopane, which is located in the Tatra Mountains and is known for its traditional wooden architecture, stunning views, and outdoor activities.

  3. Starka Restaurant

    120 minutes

    Experience the unique flavors of Polish vodka and cuisine at the sophisticated and stylish Starka Restaurant, which specializes in traditional and contemporary vodka pairings.

Day 7

  1. Schindler's Factory Museum

    120 minutes

    Learn about the history of Krakow during World War II and the Holocaust at the moving and informative Schindler's Factory Museum, which tells the story of Oskar Schindler and his workers.

  2. Polish Vodka Museum

    90 minutes

    Discover the century-long tradition of Polish vodka production and taste unique and rare varieties of the spirit at the interactive and engaging Polish Vodka Museum.

  3. Pod Nosem Restaurant

    120 minutes

    End your stay in Krakow with a delicious meal at the renowned Pod Nosem Restaurant, which specializes in traditional Polish cuisine and features a wide selection of Polish wines.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-20 (price per night in USD)
50-100 (price per night in USD)
30-80 (price per night in USD)


Public Transportation
10-20 (estimated price in USD)
20-40 (estimated price in USD)
15-30 (estimated price in USD)


Street Food
5-10 (estimated price in USD)
Budget Meal
10-20 (estimated price in USD)
Fancy Meal
30-60 (estimated price in USD)


Entrance Fee for Museums
5-15 (estimated price in USD)
Guided Tour
20-50 (estimated price in USD)
Concert Tickets
30-80 (estimated price in USD)

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