The John Paul II Tour with LuxKrakow.com includes in its programme the most important places in the region that are directly related to the Pope. John Paul II was born and raised in Wadowice. Then he continued his spiritual career in Krakow. The John Paul II Museum was established in the family home of Pope John Paul II. The next place was Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, where the Pope came to pray. The tour ends at the Divine Mercy Sanctuary in Łagiewniki. John Paul Tour is one of the most popular and interesting pilgrimage tours in Poland. John Paul II is one of the most significant Poles and the most loved man among believers.
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All our Mercedes-Benz vehicles, which are modern, comfortable and air-conditioned, are at your disposal. We provide comprehensive assistance during the entire visit. Our drivers, who speak English, are always at your disposal.
The John Paul II Tour lasts about 6 hours, depending on how much time you want to spend in the place of your choice.
We adjust the car to your needs. Inform us who you are travelling with and if you need an additional child seat. We will provide you with everything you need.
John Paul Museum
The first place to visit on our John Paul II Tour is the town of Wadowice, where Pope John Paul II was born. Here, travelers have the opportunity to see the Pope’s family home, which was later transformed into a museum. The John Paul II Museum is a place entirely devoted to the life of the Pope. Here you can see photographs from the school years of John Paul II. In addition, there are liturgical robes of the Pope. Most of the exhibition focuses on the pontificate. Visiting the museum takes about 1 – 1.5 hours. The rooms are also suitable for wheelchair users.
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Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and a visit to the Bernardine Sanctuary are the next places with John Paul II
Tour. Kalwaria Zebrzydowska was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Bernardine Sanctuary is a 17th century religious complex with many chapels and sacral paintings. John Paul Tour ends in Łagiewniki, known from the relics of St. Faustina Kowalska. It was here that young John Paul II prayed in peace and quiet. Although there are no guided tours available, there are drivers who willingly provide all the necessary information to the travelers.
John Paul tour with LuxKrakow.com
During our John Paul II tour, visitors can also see other places in Krakow that have played a significant role in the Pope’s life. This is one of the most popular pilgrimage tours.
LuxKrakow.com is always at your disposal to adapt to your needs, because we value your time and comfort of travel. Enjoy your time during John Paul II Tour