Overview

Do you want an unforgettable arrival experience to Krakow? Make it happen with the Communist Welcome, where a true Socialist will be greeting you at the airport the Polish way, by offering you ‘delicacies’ such as pickles and vodka. After that your guide will drive you to your hotel in an authentic East German Trabant – the people’s car!

You can add the option of having your own Polish disco kitch band performing for you for extra 113 euros(20 minutes).

This is highly recommended to make your visit to Krakow truly unforgettable!

This activity includes:

Communist worker - driver - Airport pick up/drop off to accommodation - Private transfer up to 1 hour

    Traveler Reviews

  • “City break”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on September 08, 2018

    We arranged a tour with crazy guides of Nowa Huta which was great and I would recommend this tour, we were picked up from our hotel by our guides in Trebant cars from the Soviet era which added to...

  • “Wow! ”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on August 29, 2018

    We went on the nuclear bunker tour that isn't available through trip advisor but on the website. A really interesting tour. Seeing the steelworks and underground bunker was amazing! A little bit...

  • “Fantastic Trip”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on August 18, 2018

    We booked the 2.5 hr tour and the guide arrived bang on time, picking us up from our hotel. Spent a fantastic afternoon in Nowa Huta in a little green Trebant. Lovely guide named Cornelia (sorry not...

Meeting point

John Paul Airport

On arrival

After you receive the confirmation email, please send us information about which time you'd like to be picked up from the airport.

Things to note

Please note:
-Old Trabants can break down out of nowhere and it's just part of the adventure. In that case we'll continue on another Commie car or we'll call a taxi.

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