Because of the huge number of churches and places of worship Krakow was always called the second Rome. The number of saints and blessed, who are from Krakow or simply associated with the city is also astonishing. St. Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr and one of the patrons of Krakow Cathedral opens that list. St. John Paul II, also the Bishop of Krakow, who lives in the royal city for many years, joined this unique group in 2014. The spiritual treasures, that You can discover in the city are worth even a very long journey.
We have prepared a rich list of Krakow guided tours for pilgrims seeking spiritual solace, inspiration or just simply contact with God. Enjoy a pilgrimage to the three, most important sanctuaries in Krakow. We will began our tour, visiting the church, that was built in place of the martyrdom of St Stanislaus murdered in the 11th century from the order of the Polish King, Boleslaus the Cruel. Also a number of figures, who was very significant in Polish science, culture and politics find their final resting place in the Crypt of the Meritorious. Then we will go to the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Lagiewniki. There are relics of St. Sister Faustina and the famous Image of the Merciful Christ. We will finish our Krakow sightseeing, visiting the Sanctuary of John Paul II, the first and most important place of his worship.
As You can see, we invite You for the actual and spiritual journey to the places associated with three Saints: St. Stanislaus, St. Sister Faustina and St. Pope John Paul II, the places, where their relics are deposed and where you can pray for their intercession, feel their supernatural presence, experience spiritual comfort.
The order of visiting is negotiable. During the pilgrimage, we offer a break for lunch, so You do not have to worry about hunger or fatigue.