The Salt Mine in Wieliczka and in Bochnia, the Wooden Architecture Trail, rafting down the Dunajec River Gorge in the Pieniny Mountains and the highest Polish mountains – the Tatra Mountains with the winter capital of Poland Zakopane. Yes, it's all Lesser Poland! Whatever your preferences and tastes, it's easy to find the best campsite for you and your family. Campsites in Lesser Poland are a great starting point for larger cities – Kraków, Tarnów, Nowy Sącz or Oświęcim, as well as for mountain routes – Tatra, Beskid or Pieniny.
The most numerous attractions of the region are undoubtedly concentrated in Krakow, the former Polish capital and the former seat of Poland's most eminent rulers. Krak's City is one of the oldest cities in the country. The first mentions of the rich city date back to 965. The excavations from the 11th century, located in the basement of the Main Square, tell about the long history of the city. The other main attractions of Krakow are the Wawel Royal Castle, the Cloth Hall, St. Mary's Church, St. Florian's Gate, Collegium Maius, the Kazimierz district and the Kościuszko Mound. Krakow also plays a major role in the development of culture – it houses many recognized theaters, a philharmonic hall, art galleries and museums that store unique works of art, and many world-famous festivals: music, theater, film and literary events are held here.