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Sports Tours – you better warm up!

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Do you want to feel the spirit of competition, hear the cheering of the fans and experience a real adventure?

Take on a local team and we guarantee you an unforgettable experience. Apply the principles of fair play. May the best person win!

Day 1: Kraków

Arrival in Kraków. Your driver will meet you at the airport and take you to the hotel. In the afternoon we invite you to a traditional Polish restaurant in the Old Town, where you will have a chance to try Polish cuisine.

Overnight stay in Kraków.

Day 2: Kraków – sightseeing tour + training

In the morning we will take you on a sightseeing tour of the Old Town during which you will discover the beauty of magical Kraków. You will visit the Royal Chambers and the nearby Cathedral which was the coronation place of many Polish monarchs and the crypt is the final resting place of many of them. Walk up  Grodzka Street to the heart of Kraków where you will see the Main Market Square with its magnificent Gothic Cloth Hall, and visit  St Mary`s Chuch, Floriańska Street and the Barbikan.

In the afternoon you will be taken to a stadium for training. After the training you will return to your hotel for dinner.

Overnight stay in Kraków.

Day 3: Kraków – training + competition

After breakfast you can have either a training session or, alternatively, enjoy day at leisure.

In the afternoon you will take part in a fixture against a local club. After the game return to your hotel for free time to relax and enjoy dinner.

Overnight stay in Kraków.

Day 4


We can organise sports tours as follows:


From the numerous stadiums we offer you fixtures in those which are well located in the city centre and have the best technical facilities. We are able to provide you with all the services including accommodation, transport and stadium reservation. Sightseeing of Kraków's historic Old Town can be a perfect extension to an amateur football trip.


Relatively new in Poland, curling has already gathered numerous enthusiasts, both amateur and professional. Among other places, the spa in a small  town Krynica has become a particularly popular  regional centre for this discipline.

Athletics & Swimming

The Kraków region and Małopolska are among the most attractive and well developed parts of Poland for  sport tourists. Rich history, good sport and road infrastructure make the region an ideal spot for athletes’ groups. For leisure and professional groups we offer stays either in Kraków or Zakopane. Both cities are easily accessible and frequently host swimming competitions. The swimming facilities include a recently rebuilt complex in Zakopane as well as the excellent buildings of Kraków’s Sport Academy.

Mountain biking

Over a half of the Małopolska region includes the many ranges of the beautiful  Carpatian Mountains, from the gentle rolling landscape of Beskidy to the alpine areas like the Tatras. We offer several bike routes ranging in length and difficulty and traversing the most interesting landscapes of the region. We offer:

  • numerous trails for mountain biking
  • road and off-road biking
  • bike rental facilities

Quads and Go-carting

We can offer you a professional go-carting circuit where you can burn rubber to your heart’s content! The track is open for business at midday and remains so until ten at night, so you'll have plenty of time to challenge the lap record. For real adventure, you can switch to quad bikes and race through the mud. There are several all-terrain vehicle clubs in Kraków, which put on numerous shows and races and also rent all-terrain vehicles and quads to outside customers.

Windsurfing and Kite-surfing

In Małopolska, mainly a mountainous region, there are several artificial lakes suitable for wind and kite surfing. Among the most popular is Klimkówka, located south-east of Kraków. Created in 1995 on the River Ropa, it's a perfect destination for water sport enthusiasts. The spot is renowned for perfect wind conditions both among kite and wind surfers.

South from Kraków, you will find Lake Różnowskie created by a dam on the Dunajec River. Proximity to Kraków and Nowy Sącz makes the spot an ideal place for an extension of a trip to one of these two cities. Just in the outskirts of Kraków, there is a small lake called  Kryspinów, a popular area among Kraków's citizens during the sunny days of summer.

Scuba diving

Just 4 km from Kraków's Old Town there is a large reservoir called Zakrzówek. It is an disused limestone quarry which became a centre of scuba diving for the wholeMałopolska region. It is renowned for great visibility and interesting objects located on the lake floor. For scuba divers there are all the necessary facilities operated by the local diving school. There is also an opportunity to organise diving courses on several difficulty levels which end with the award of a diploma.


BiałkaTatrzańska located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains is one of the newest and most modern ski resorts in Małopolska. It is a perfect destination for beginners and intermediate skiers, youth groups and families with children.

The resort offers:

  • 5 ski lifts suitable for the youngest
  • 22 kmof ski slopes
  • three 4-seat chairlifts
  • rentals, ski schools

The resort of Białka is approximately 30 km away from Zakopane, the so called winter capital of Poland. The distance to Krakow is 100km.