Fall in love with Krakow’s wonderfully preserved Old Town and Wawel Castle! Feel the unique atmosphere of Kazimierz, the old Jewish district. Do not forget to try “zapiekanka” (typical Polish snack, the best in Poland is in Kazimierz).
During Krakow city tour you will:
- discover top 10 Krakow sights
- take a walk in the Unesco-listed Market Square (Krakow Rynek)
- see the iconic Wawel Hill with the Royal Castle and the Cathedral
- visit the former Jewish district – Kazimierz
- hear the popular legend about Krakow’s Dragon
- be accompanied by a local guide who will show you Krakow’s hidden treasures
From 130€ per person /
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You will see:
Krakow Old Town
Krakow Old Town offers a unique atmosphere with thousands of bars and delightful regional restaurants, many historic buildings and horse-dri... [ read more ]
Main Market Square
Main Market Square is the heart of Krakow. This Unesco site is the biggest medieval old town square in Europe and is&nbs... [ read more ]
Saint Mary’s Basilica
If you are at the Market Square at full hour, you will hear the famous trumpet melody, Hejnal Mariacki, played from the top of the famo... [ read more ]
Wawel Royal Castle
Wawel Royal Castle was the formal seat of the Polish monarchy and the cultural center of Poland until the early 17th century. ... [ read more ]
Wawel Cathedral is Krakow’s pride. From 14th century this extraordinary place was a witness of coronations, royal weddi... [ read more ]
Wawel Dragon Statue
Wawel Dragon is one of the symbols of Krakow. Its statute is located by the Wawel Hill. According to a legend, a Polish prince named Kr... [ read more ]
Kazimierz Jewish District
Kazimierz is a historical district tied closely with the Jewish culture. From the 14th until the 19th century, Kazimierz... [ read more ]
The former enamel factory is now a home to the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. The museum presents life of the Jews in the 20th cen... [ read more ]
We offer 3 tour options:
3-hour walking tour
During this tour our guide will show the main sight of Krakow – the Old Town. You will walk around the Main Market Square – a Unesco World Heritage site. There, you will admire the Renaissance Sukiennice, the Cloth Hall, once a major centre of international trade. If you are at the Market Square at full hour, you will hear the famous trumpet melody, Hejnal Mariacki, played from the top of the famous Saint Mary’s Basilica.
You will have a walk till you reach the Wawel Hill. First, you will discover the history of the Royal Castle. Next, you will see Krakow’s pride – the Wawel Cathedral. Next to the Wawel Dragon Statue you will listen to the tale about Krakus, a Polish prince, who defeated the Dragon and set the city on the slain dragon’s lair.
5-hour walking tour
During 5-hour walking tour you visit all the places listed in the 3-hour tour and move on to visit Kazimierz Jewish district.
During the tour you will see the most important places connected with Jewish culture, especially Kazimierz Synagogues: Old, Remuh, Tempel, Kupa, Wolf Popper, Isaac’s and the High. You will also pass Nowy Square – a popular meeting spot. Then, you will cross the Vistula river to see the Pharmacy under the Eagle – a conspiracy place during World War II.
7-hour walking tour
During 7-hour walking tour you visit all the places listed in the 5-hour tour and move on to visit Schindler’s Factory.
Inside, you will see exhibitions portraying Jewish life in the 20th century. You will also learn about the factory's owner - Oskar Schindler, who saved more than 1000 people from death in concentration camps.
Prices include the service of our professional licesened guide.
Please note that tickets for public transport and entrance fees are not included in the tour price (but can be added to the final recepit/invoice).
Below you can find prices for 1 – 10 persons. Prices for groups consisting of more than 10 persons are quoted on request.
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The route can be modified according to your preferences. The starting point can be any place in the city centre (including your hotel/apartment). You move on foot from one point to another, but public transportation (buses and trams) is also available. During the 7-hour tour we suggest taking a lunch break (not included in the price).
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