June 15, 2013
Jewish City Pass- new opportunity for tourists in Krakow
Jewish City Pass is a booklet with a list of places like restaurants, cafes, hotels, institutions and shops who have prepared for visiting Krakow and Kazimierz district tourists and who will be offering special discounts on their services. With just one booklet and it's unique codes you can eat, drink, sightsee for a lot less than usual and the pass is valid for up to 5 people. You maybe coming to the Festival of Jewish Culture with friends or perhaps you are looking for your Jewish roots with your family? The Jewish City Pass is the perfect solution to save money and at the same time experience quality and a variety of choices that will be offered by select Krakow establishments!
The Jewish City Pass Team has selected an elite group of partners not because they just exist for tourists but rather because they are people who want to present Krakow and it's Jewish culture in a real authentic way. All of us travel and we know how complex it is sometimes to get around in a new city. Jewish City Pass is supposed to make it a lot easier for you and the group you come with.
Once you buy a Jewish City Pass you can use it unlimited, everyday for two months! ( June and July). Our partners have prepared for you discounts on trips around Krakow and also transport to such places like the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the Nowa Huta District or the Museum of the former concentration camp in Auschwitz.
After a full day of visiting in the Krakow area, JCP will offer you free coffee and dessert to your dinner, a free bottle of wine in the evening or even a cheaper ticket to a Klezmer Music Concert. Details of the offer you can see here: www.jewishcitypass.com
You can't buy the Jewish City Pass online but there are a few places around the Kazimierz District where it is possible.
Partners That Give Discounts:
Galicia Jewish Museum
Purchasing the Jewish City Pass will not only make your life easier but will as well support the mission and work of the Jewrnalism Foundation. We would like to thank you for that in advance and invite you to read more about Jewish life in Europe .