Well, things that are fun, not only cultural. So in the morning we'd visit a church, and in the afternoon we'd do something that's more exciting. Yeah, exciting, that's what I'm looking for. On a trip to Germany we climbed in trees (like this
). A large shopping centre, with not only tourist items but electronics and games, that'd be great! I'm hoping to find a photography store somewhere, the prices are probably lower in Poland then here in Holland.
My friends would probably like to do more than walk around and marvel at the beauties of a historical city. I found some place called Aqua Park
on Krakow's website. That could be nice... possibly. I personally love golf, not very good at it, but I love playing, and there's a golfcourse
outside Krakow that seems to be available for all. Might be nice to do as well.
Oh, another question just popped up in my head when reading about the Krakow Tourist Card: How's public transport? I visited Helsinki last year and the public transport was superb, it took you everywhere you wanted! We'll probably not be able to rent a car (guess there's an age limit of 21), so public transport is our only way of getting through the city.
And one last thing for now: Do you know of any organised tours to Auschwitz (from Krakow)? It'd be easier to meet a guide somewhere in the city and take a bus with a whole group of tourists. I guess we could find out at Tourist Information, but I'd like to know in advance.
Thanks again for your help!
- Bjorn -