Day trip

Krakow: Lagiewniki and Sister Faustina's Sanctuary Tour

Krakow: Lagiewniki and Sister Faustina's Sanctuary Tour

From US$ 67.24 per person

Take an amazing trip to a place completely different from those known by everyone in Krakow. The impressive sanctuary and Tomb of John Paul II will be complemented by your guide, who will be a nun from the monastery.

About this activity

Free cancellation
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Covid-19 precautions
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Duration 4 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Polish
Pickup included
Do not forget to choose your hotel from the list. If you cannot find your hotel, mention in it "additional pickup information". The time you chose is the approximate time of pickup from your hotel. Depending on the location, the time may change by about 20 minutes. Your driver will inform you or the reception about the exact pickup time around 8:30PM on the day before departure. You can wait outside or in the hotel lobby. The driver will come by minivan. If there is no your hotel on the list, please write it in additional imformation or send a private message.


  • Discover the "God's Mercy" Sanctuary
  • See John Paul II's tombstone
  • Climb the tower to see the breathtaking panorama
Full description
Discover the Sanctuary of "God's Mercy" in the Łagiewniki district in Krakow. The Sanctuary was built in 1889 and is the most popular and largest Sanctuary in Krakow. It is related to the life and activity of Faustyna Kowalska. You will not only see an impressive sanctuary, but also visit the tomb of John Paul II. A marble slab from the grave of John Paul II in Rome was installed in the chapel "Don't be afraid!". After the tomb of the Holy Father was moved from the Vatican Grotto, the gravestone was moved to Krakow. Your guide will be a nun who knows the history of the Sanctuary perfectly An additional attraction during the trip will be the entrance to the observation tower. The observation tower in the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy is 77 m high, and two ways to get to the top - 315 steps to climb or elevator. The viewing gallery is at 46 meter. The tower is the highest point of Krakow, from which you can see the Tatra Mountains
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • English-speaking driver
  • Entry to the Divine Mercy Sanctuary
  • Observation tower
  • Sanctuary Nun as a guide
  • Visit to the Tomb of John Paul II
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All required protective equipment is provided
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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    Important information

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    • Your guide will be a nun who knows the history of the sanctuary perfectly
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