We are going to take you on a journey through time. You’ll be presented with a story about a remarkable commitment to sport, values and homeland.
On your way across Krakow you will see these places, just among others:
- Wisla Krakow Football Stadium
- Henryk Jordan’s Park
- Błonia Fields with Papal Stone
- Hutnik Stadium at former Nowa Huta Communist District and a lot more
A unique guided walking tour with some transfers made by car for your comfort. You will find out why Polish are so much keen on football and consider it as their national sport. You will explore Krakow, the city where Polish football originated in 1906. Two teams were established: Wisla and Cracovia. You will hear stories about the “Holy War” between them, about spectacular championships, successes and failures, about ceaseless competition during the times of Nazi occupation. You will rediscover Krakow district – Nowa Huta, the “city without God” where football thrived under the communist regime. Is football your passion? Meet people who share your interests. Dip into the history of football in Poland.