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Black Madonna in Czestochowa: self-guided with private transport from Krakow

Black Madonna in Czestochowa: self-guided with private transport from Krakow - Czestochowa, Poland

Duration: 6 to 7 hours
Location: Czestochowa, Poland

From USD
$33.50

Częstochowa is one of the most important places of worship in Poland. We offer a private tour in these areas ... More info ›

Częstochowa is one of the most important places of worship in Poland. We offer a private tour in these areas. After picking up from the hotel, we start our journey to Częstochowa. On the place you will visit all complex on Jasna Góra, where you will have your time for visit and pray. You will also see the picture of miracles with the image of Black Madonna. After break for a lunch we will take you back to your hotel.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

Your trip will begin with pickup from a pre-determined place in Krakow

Stop At: Our Lady of Czestochowa / The Black Madonna, Czestochowa Poland

The sanctuary on Jasna Gora is a monastic complex of the Pauline Fathers in Czestochowa. The order arrived there in 1382 and was given a small church on Jasna Gora hill. They placed the painting of Our Lady with the Child. The painting is supposed to have been made by Lukasz the Evangelist on a piece of wood, taken from the table at which the Holy Family sat, prayed and had its meals. Recent research show that the painting was initially a byzantine icon of the "Hodgetria" type, dated back to 6th - 9th century. In 1430 a group of thieves from Czech, Morawy and Slask broke into the church, slashed the face of the Virgin Mary, threw the painting on the ground causing its break into three pieces.

Duration: 3 hours

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

After completing the tour, the driver will drop you back to your hotel in Krakow

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Ojców Nathional Park- PRIVATE transport from Krakow

Ojców Nathional Park- PRIVATE transport from Krakow - Czestochowa, Poland

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Czestochowa, Poland

From USD
$56.00

Do you want to see the smallest Nathional Park in Poland? You have come to the right place. See absolutely unique Chapel on the water in Swiss style ... More info ›

Do you want to see the smallest Nathional Park in Poland? You have come to the right place. See absolutely unique Chapel on the water in Swiss style. Admire limestone stack 'Maczuga Herkulesa'. Visit medieval castle in Pieskowa Skała and feel like medieval King. Then go through Prądnik Valley and watch white limestone cliffs and contrasting green trees. Visit cave of Władysław Łokietek and listen his breathtaking legend.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

Your trip to Ojców will start with picking up from a previously determined place in Krakow from a hotel or apartment. The journey from Krakow to Ojców takes about 50 minutes. Information about the driver who will pick you up the phone numbers to him and the color of the vehicle that will pick you up, you will receive the day before the planned trip.

Stop At: Kaplica "Na Wodzie" sw. Jozefa Robotnika, Ojcow 32-047 Poland

Chapel "on the water" p.w. św. Joseph Craftsman located at the site of the ancient spa baths, which was converted into a sacral object in 1901. Chapel is an example of a wooden construction, stylish, based partly on local, and partly on borrowed ornamental motifs (the so-called Swiss-style paternity leave). The building of the Chapel, with a wooden structure, it has a symmetrical, rectangular with a pervading it square in the middle.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Pieskowa Skala Castle, 32-045 Sułoszowa, Poland

Pieskowa Skała castle, built by King Casimir III the Great (Kazimierz Wielki), is one of the best-known examples of a defensive Polish Renaissance architecture. It was erected in the first half of the 14th century. It is part of the chain of fortified castles along the Trail of the Eagle's Nests.
The castle was rebuilt in 1542–1544 by Niccolò Castiglione with participation from Gabriel Słoński of Kraków.The sponsor of the castle's reconstruction in the mannerist style was the Calvinist, Stanisław Szafraniec, voivode of Sandomierz. At that time the original medieval tower was transformed into a scenic double loggia decorated in the sgraffito technique. The castle changed hands many times over the centuries. In 1903 it was bought by the Pieskowa Skała Society led by Adolf Dygasiński and with time turned over to the Polish state and meticulously restored.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Pradnik Valley, Ojcow Poland

Pradnik Valley begins in the vicinity of Sułoszowej, where are the sources of the Prądnik and runs through the entire length of Ojcow National Park. Along the river Prądnik city of Kraków created ecological use of the "Valley of the Pradnik" which protected species of animals

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Grota Lokietka (King's Lokietek Cave), Lokietka, Czajowice, Ojcow National Park 32-089 Poland

The largest cave in Ojców National Park, this natural wonder stretches 320 metres. Hear the popular legend of Władysław Łokietek (Władysław the 'Elbow-high') who purportedly used this cave as a hideout in the early 14th century during his fight with the king Wacław II for the Cracovian throne.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Krakow Gate, Ojcow Poland

Is one of the few rock gates in Ojców National Park. It is in the Valley of the Pradnik and closes the outlet of the Cracow Gorge Gateway to the valley. It is a classic example of the gates of rock. The name derives from the fact that once led the way trade route from Krakow to Silesia.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

After completing the tour, the driver will drop you to your hotel in Krakow.

Stop At: Our Lady of Czestochowa / The Black Madonna, Czestochowa Poland

The sanctuary on Jasna Gora is a monastic complex of the Pauline Fathers in Czestochowa. The order arrived there in 1382 and was given a small church on Jasna Gora hill. They placed the painting of Our Lady with the Child. The painting is supposed to have been made by Lukasz the Evangelist on a piece of wood, taken from the table at which the Holy Family sat, prayed and had its meals. Recent research show that the painting was initially a byzantine icon of the "Hodgetria" type, dated back to 6th - 9th century. In 1430 a group of thieves from Czech, Morawy and Slask broke into the church, slashed the face of the Virgin Mary, threw the painting on the ground causing its break into three pieces. During this trip you will have time to eat lunch.

Duration: 3 hours

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

After completing the tour, the driver will drop you back to your hotel in Krakow.

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Combined tour: Wadowice & Częstochowa- PRIVATE tour from Krakow

Combined tour: Wadowice & Częstochowa- PRIVATE tour from Krakow - Czestochowa, Poland

Duration: 10 to 12 hours
Location: Czestochowa, Poland

From USD
$108.00

Follow the footsteps of John Paul II. After picking you up from your hotel, we are starting our tour ... More info ›

Follow the footsteps of John Paul II. After picking you up from your hotel, we are starting our tour. First step is Sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. Next one is in Wadowice the home town of Karol Wojtyła, where, together with a guide in the chosen language, you will visit the house of John Paul II. After that we are moving to the next place which is Sancuary of Divine Mercy in Łagiewniki. You will also visit Centre of John Paul which were builded on World Youth Day. Then you will go to Czestochowa. Częstochowa is one of the most important places of worship in Poland. We offer a private tour in these areas. On the place you will visit all complex on Jasna Góra, where you will have your time for visit and pray. You will also see the picture of miracles with the image of Black Madonna. After break for a lunch we will take you back to your hotel.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

Your trip will begin with pickup from a previously determined place in Krakow. The trip to the first location from the trips will take 30 minutes.

Stop At: Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Santuario, ul. Bernardynska 46, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska 34-130 Poland

The origins of the Sanctuary of Kalwaria Zebrzydowska go back to 1601, when Mikołaj Zebrzydowski, voivoda of Krakow, on Mount Żarek (in the Żar group) erected a chapel dedicated to the Crucifixion of Christ, following a model in chalk of the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. The chapel was consecrated as a church on the 4th of October 1601 by the Papal representative Klaudiusz Rangoni, and it was to serve as a place of prayer during Lent for the Zebrzydowski family.

Shortly thereafter, Mikołaj Zebrzydowski decided to build a chapel dedicated to the Tomb of Christ (following the model of the chapel with the same name in Jerusalem) along with a modest convent, based on a project of the Italian Jesuit architect Giovanni Maria Bernardoni, and of the Flemish architect and jeweller Paolo Baudarth. This church, dedicated to the Madonna of the Angels, was consecrated by the Bishop of Krakow, Piotr Tylicki, on the 4th of October 1609.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Family Home of John Paul II, ul. KoScielna 7, Wadowice 34-100 Poland

In a house at Kościelna Street, number 7, on the 18th of May 1920, Karol Wojtyła was born, who later became the Holy Father, John Paul II. The Wojtyła family, in years 1919-1938, resided in a two rooms and a kitchen apartment, on the first floor. In this house Karol Wojtyła spent all his childhood and youth.

In 1984 an open papal exhibition was set up here. Since 2010 the building is under renovation, adapting the whole tenement into the museum. After opening in 2014 tourists can witness the whole life of Saint John Paul II. The heart of the museum is the apartment in which Karol Wojtyła was born and raised. Inside, there are original pieces connected with the Wojtyła Family. The Museum of the Holy Father John Paul II is a cultural institution created by the following entities: the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Malopolska Region, the Municipality of Wadowice and the Archdiocese of Cracow.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Sanctuary of Divine Mercy, Lagiewniki District, Krakow 30-608 Poland

The Divine Mercy Sanctuary (Polish: Sanktuarium Bożego Miłosierdzia) in Kraków, Poland is a Roman Catholic basilica dedicated to the Divine Mercy devotion, as the resting place of Saint Faustina Kowalska, canonized on April 30, 2000.[1][2]

The new basilica was built between 1999–2002, and is located in the District of Łagiewniki at św. Faustyny street. Three Popes have visited the shrine and millions of pilgrims from around the world continue to visit it every year.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Saint John Paul II Church in Kraków, Totus Tuus 32, 30-610 Kraków, Poland

It is a Roman Catholic center dedicated to the life and work of Pope John Paul II operating in Krakow. The Center serves as a votive offering of the nation for the pontificate of Karol Wojtyla. The name of the Center refers to the memorable words of John Paul II spoken in 1978 during the inauguration of the pontificate: "Do not be afraid."

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Our Lady of Czestochowa / The Black Madonna, Czestochowa Poland

The sanctuary on Jasna Gora is a monastic complex of the Pauline Fathers in Czestochowa. The order arrived there in 1382 and was given a small church on Jasna Gora hill. They placed the painting of Our Lady with the Child. The painting is supposed to have been made by Lukasz the Evangelist on a piece of wood, taken from the table at which the Holy Family sat, prayed and had its meals. Recent research show that the painting was initially a byzantine icon of the "Hodgetria" type, dated back to 6th - 9th century. In 1430 a group of thieves from Czech, Morawy and Slask broke into the church, slashed the face of the Virgin Mary, threw the painting on the ground causing its break into three pieces.

Duration: 3 hours

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

After completing the tour, the driver will drop you back to your hotel in Krakow

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Combined tour: Ojców Nathional Park & Częstochowa- PRIVATE tour from Krakow

Combined tour: Ojców Nathional Park & Częstochowa- PRIVATE tour from Krakow - Czestochowa, Poland

Duration: 10 to 12 hours
Location: Czestochowa, Poland

From USD
$76.25

Do you want to see the smallest Nathional Park in Poland? You have come to the right place. See absolutely unique Chapel on the water in Swiss style ... More info ›

Do you want to see the smallest Nathional Park in Poland? You have come to the right place. See absolutely unique Chapel on the water in Swiss style. Admire limestone stack 'Maczuga Herkulesa'. Visit medieval castle in Pieskowa Skała and feel like medieval King. Then go through Prądnik Valley and watch white limestone cliffs and contrasting green trees. Visit cave of Władysław Łokietek and listen his breathtaking legend. Then you will go to Częstochowa. Częstochowa is one of the most important places of worship in Poland. You will visit all complex on Jasna Góra, where you will have your time for visit and pray. You will also see the picture of miracles with the image of Black Madonna. After break for a lunch we will take you back to your hotel.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

Your trip to Ojców will start with picking up from a previously determined place in Krakow from a hotel or apartment. The journey from Krakow to Ojców takes about 50 minutes. Information about the driver who will pick you up the phone numbers to him and the color of the vehicle that will pick you up, you will receive the day before the planned trip.

Stop At: Kaplica "Na Wodzie" sw. Jozefa Robotnika, Ojcow 32-047 Poland

Chapel "on the water" p.w. św. Joseph Craftsman located at the site of the ancient spa baths, which was converted into a sacral object in 1901. Chapel is an example of a wooden construction, stylish, based partly on local, and partly on borrowed ornamental motifs (the so-called Swiss-style paternity leave). The building of the Chapel, with a wooden structure, it has a symmetrical, rectangular with a pervading it square in the middle.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Zamek Pieskowa Skala, Ojcowski Park Narodowy, Suloszowa 32-045 Poland

Pieskowa Skała castle, built by King Casimir III the Great (Kazimierz Wielki), is one of the best-known examples of a defensive Polish Renaissance architecture. It was erected in the first half of the 14th century. It is part of the chain of fortified castles along the Trail of the Eagle's Nests.
The castle was rebuilt in 1542–1544 by Niccolò Castiglione with participation from Gabriel Słoński of Kraków.The sponsor of the castle's reconstruction in the mannerist style was the Calvinist, Stanisław Szafraniec, voivode of Sandomierz. At that time the original medieval tower was transformed into a scenic double loggia decorated in the sgraffito technique. The castle changed hands many times over the centuries. In 1903 it was bought by the Pieskowa Skała Society led by Adolf Dygasiński and with time turned over to the Polish state and meticulously restored.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Pradnik Valley, Ojcow Poland

Pradnik Valley begins in the vicinity of Sułoszowej, where are the sources of the Prądnik and runs through the entire length of Ojcow National Park. Along the river Prądnik city of Kraków created ecological use of the "Valley of the Pradnik" which protected species of animals

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Grota Lokietka (King's Lokietek Cave), Lokietka, Czajowice, Ojcow National Park 32-089 Poland

The largest cave in Ojców National Park, this natural wonder stretches 320 metres. Hear the popular legend of Władysław Łokietek (Władysław the 'Elbow-high') who purportedly used this cave as a hideout in the early 14th century during his fight with the king Wacław II for the Cracovian throne.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Krakow Gate, Ojcow Poland

Is one of the few rock gates in Ojców National Park. It is in the Valley of the Pradnik and closes the outlet of the Cracow Gorge Gateway to the valley. It is a classic example of the gates of rock. The name derives from the fact that once led the way trade route from Krakow to Silesia.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Our Lady of Czestochowa / The Black Madonna, Czestochowa Poland

The sanctuary on Jasna Gora is a monastic complex of the Pauline Fathers in Czestochowa. The order arrived there in 1382 and was given a small church on Jasna Gora hill. They placed the painting of Our Lady with the Child. The painting is supposed to have been made by Lukasz the Evangelist on a piece of wood, taken from the table at which the Holy Family sat, prayed and had its meals. Recent research show that the painting was initially a byzantine icon of the "Hodgetria" type, dated back to 6th - 9th century. In 1430 a group of thieves from Czech, Morawy and Slask broke into the church, slashed the face of the Virgin Mary, threw the painting on the ground causing its break into three pieces. During this trip you will have time to eat lunch.

Duration: 3 hours

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

After completing the tour, the driver will drop you back to your hotel in Krakow.

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Castles on Trail of the Eagle's Nests & Częstochowa - PRIVATE tour from Krakow

Castles on Trail of the Eagle's Nests & Częstochowa - PRIVATE tour from Krakow - Czestochowa, Poland

Duration: 10 to 12 hours
Location: Czestochowa, Poland

From USD
$68.70

Do you want to feel like a medieval knight? You have come to right place! We will take you on a tour of medieval castles. Castles belong to the trail of Eagle's Nest ... More info ›

Do you want to feel like a medieval knight? You have come to right place! We will take you on a tour of medieval castles. Castles belong to the trail of Eagle's Nest. Also you will visit Częstochowa. On the place you will visit all complex on Jasna Góra, where you will have your time for visit and pray. You will also see the picture of miracles with the image of Black Madonna.

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Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

Your trip will start with picking up from a previously determined place in Krakow from a hotel or apartment. The journey from Krakow to Korzkiew takes about 30 minutes. Information about the driver who will pick you up the phone numbers to him and the color of the vehicle that will pick you up, you will receive the day before the planned trip.

Stop At: Korzkiew Castle, Korzkiew, 32-088 Przybysławice, Poland

fourteenth-century Romanesque castle. The castle complex includes the castle ruins, housing residence, a grange and park.
The history of the castle begins in the fourteenth-century, when in 1352, Jan z Syrokomli bought the Korzkiew hill and built a rectangular, stone tower, performing defence and resident functions. By the end of the fifteenth-century, as well as in 1720 (when the proprietors were the Jordanowie), the building was rebuilt. Then on, the castle was owned by the Wesslowie and Wodziccy. Towards the end of the nineteenth-century, the building fell into a state of ruin.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Zamek Pieskowa Skala, Ojcowski Park Narodowy, Suloszowa 32-045 Poland

Pieskowa Skała castle, built by King Casimir III the Great (Kazimierz Wielki), is one of the best-known examples of a defensive Polish Renaissance architecture. It was erected in the first half of the 14th century. It is part of the chain of fortified castles along the Trail of the Eagle's Nests.
The castle was rebuilt in 1542–1544 by Niccolò Castiglione with participation from Gabriel Słoński of Kraków.The sponsor of the castle's reconstruction in the mannerist style was the Calvinist, Stanisław Szafraniec, voivode of Sandomierz. At that time the original medieval tower was transformed into a scenic double loggia decorated in the sgraffito technique. The castle changed hands many times over the centuries. In 1903 it was bought by the Pieskowa Skała Society led by Adolf Dygasiński and with time turned over to the Polish state and meticulously restored.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ogrodzieniec Castle, ul. Kosciuszki 66 Podzamcze, Ogrodzieniec 42-440 Poland

Established in the early 12th century, during the reign of Bolesław III Wrymouth, the first stronghold was razed by the Tatars in 1241. In the mid-14th century a new gothic castle was built here to accommodate the Włodek Sulima family. Surrounded by three high rocks, the castle was well integrated into the area. The defensive walls were built to close the circuit formed by the rocks, and a narrow opening between two of the rocks served as an entrance.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Bobolice Castle, Niegowa 42-320 Poland

Is a 14th-century royal castle. The castle in Bobolice was built by King Casimir III the Great in the middle of the 14th century, probably in place of an earlier wooden structure.The castle was a part of the defence system of royal strongholds protecting the western border of Poland on the side of Silesia. In 1370, immediately after becoming King of Poland, Louis I the Great granted the castle to Władysław Opolczyk, Duke of Opole, as a prize for his support of the king’s dynastic plans.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Ruiny Zamku Mirow, Mirow 42-320 Poland

Is a 14th-century castle, now ruined, located in the Mirów village, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland. It changed owners multiple times, and was finally abandoned in 1787.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Zamek w Olsztynie, Gmina Olsztyn, Olsztyn Poland

castle ruins located in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, lying on the Trail of the Eagles' Nests – formerly protecting the southern border of the Kingdom of Poland. The ruins of the 14th-century castle are one of the biggest attractions of the area.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Our Lady of Czestochowa / The Black Madonna, Czestochowa Poland

The sanctuary on Jasna Gora is a monastic complex of the Pauline Fathers in Czestochowa. The order arrived there in 1382 and was given a small church on Jasna Gora hill. They placed the painting of Our Lady with the Child. The painting is supposed to have been made by Lukasz the Evangelist on a piece of wood, taken from the table at which the Holy Family sat, prayed and had its meals. Recent research show that the painting was initially a byzantine icon of the "Hodgetria" type, dated back to 6th - 9th century. In 1430 a group of thieves from Czech, Morawy and Slask broke into the church, slashed the face of the Virgin Mary, threw the painting on the ground causing its break into three pieces.

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

After completing the tour, the driver will drop you back to your hotel in Krakow

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Czestochowa (Black Madonna Shrine) with private transfer

Czestochowa (Black Madonna Shrine) with private transfer - Czestochowa, Poland

Duration: 7 to 8 hours
Location: Czestochowa, Poland

From USD
$22.34

As early as the fourth century the image of St. Mary was sent from the Holy Land by St ... More info ›

As early as the fourth century the image of St. Mary was sent from the Holy Land by St. Helena to her son, Emperor Constantine, in Byzantium. Before the year 1000, it reached Southern Poland as part of the dowry in marriage between families from Constantinople and Kiev.

Millions of pilgrims from all over the world come to Częstochowa to see it.

There have been reports for centuries of miraculous events occuring to those who made a pilgrimage to the unique portrait. While the portrait is what the pilgrims mostly focus on, also the votive offerings collected in the monastry given to the Black Madonna over the centuries are worth seeing. Gifts range from swords and scepters to rosaries made of dried bread in concentration camp.

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Stop At: Our Lady of Czestochowa / The Black Madonna, Czestochowa Poland

The city of Czestochowa is an important religious sanctuary connected with the cult of icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, better known as the Black Madonna. Visit the Pauline monastery at Jasna Góra with the miraculous painting of the Black Madonna.

Duration: 4 hours

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