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Krakow: Shared or Private City Sightseeing Tour by Golf Cart

1. Krakow: Shared or Private City Sightseeing Tour by Golf Cart

Meet us at our meeting place and see the most interesting places in Krakow. Learn about the history of the medieval city - the Old Town of Krakow, the Jewish Quarter - Kazimierz and Podgórze (former territory of the Krakow ghetto). Come with us on a wonderful journey in our golf cart. Explore over 29 places and discover our wonderful city! Krakow City Tour - Sightseeing Tour is trip prepared for people who value holidays at the highest level. We connect everyone - the elderly, young, active and those who prefer sightseeing without a lot of steps, fat, thin, short, tall - it doesn't matter our mission is to make your stay in our city a great memory for you! The most important features ? An alternative way of sightseeing, the most interesting places in the city, a bit of history, a bit of laughter and the icing on the cake - the panorama of the city from the Krak Mound! We invite you to book! What You see ? 1. Barbakan 2. Matejko Square 3. St. Florian's Church 4. Planty Park 5. History Krakow - description 6. Wawel Castle 7. Jewish Quarter - description 8. Skałka Church 9. Church of St. Catherine 10. Wolnica Square - Jewish City Hall 11. Church of Corpus Christi 12. Tempel Synagogue 13. Kupa Synagogue 14. Isaac Synagogue 15. Ciemna Street 16. Old Synagogue 17. Popper Synagogue 18. Family House of Helena Rubinstein 19. Remuh Synagogue and old cemetery 20. Memorial Stone of the Nissembaum Family Foundation 21. Old Jewish Shops 22. Former Ghetto - description 23. Ghetto Heroes Square 24. Pharmacy under the Eagle - Residence of Tadeusz Pankiewicz 25. Oskar Schindler's - history 26. Life in Ghetto - description 27. Ghetto Wall 28. Church of St. Joseph 29. Krakus Mound - Panorama looking The most important rule of the trip? have fun, don't worry be happy :)

Krakow: Bike Tour of the Old Town, Kazimierz, and the Ghetto

2. Krakow: Bike Tour of the Old Town, Kazimierz, and the Ghetto

The joys of this tour lie not only in what you will discover but also in the simple pleasures of biking through the beautiful gardens, along the lazy Vistula river, and through the colorful streets of Kazimierz. Despite being extensive, the tour is not too strenuous and is suitable for all levels of fitness. There are plenty of stops for historical explanations and photo opportunities. The duration of the bike tour is 3.5 to 4 hours, including a 45-minute break for lunch. The city bike tour begins every day under the Adam Mickiewicz statue in the main market square.  In the summer you can choose between the morning 4h tour of the Old Town, Kazimierz - Jewish District and Podgórze - the WWII Ghetto and the evening 2h tour of the Old Town and Kazimierz - Jewish District

Krakow: Traditional Polish Food and Drinks Tasting Tour

3. Krakow: Traditional Polish Food and Drinks Tasting Tour

Discover local eateries, street food kiosks and charming homestyle restaurants on this guided walking tour in Krakow's Old Town. Come hungry and leave full with this tour that includes tastes of over 10 of the most delicious and traditional Polish dishes and snacks. Meet your guide and hit the charming streets of the Old Town. Stop along the way to dig into famous pierogi dumplings and savor obwarzanek (Krakow's own bagel). Be introduced to several local restaurants, patisseries, and cafes that you may want to visit again on your visit.  Find out about the landmarks that you pass during your stroll from your local guide. Tuck into excellent food and learn about Polish traditions or customs connected with the preparation and consumption of dishes that you taste.  Sip on some fine Polish vodka to complete your tasting experience. Head to a restaurant for a complete meal consisting of starters, soup, a second course, and a unique Polish dessert. End the tour full of good Polish food around the Bagatela Theatre. 

Krakow: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

4. Krakow: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

Step back in time as you walk through Krakow’s Old Town. Not only will you experience the charm of its medieval architecture, but your professional and knowledgeable city guide will teach you about Poland’s history, unique symbols and traditions, and fun facts as well along the way. The highlight of the Old Town is the Royal Route. It begins in the northern part of the Old Town at St. Florian's Church, which contains the relics of the Patron Saint of Poland, St. Florian. The historic path continues on 3 streets, Floriańska, Grodzka, and Kanonicza. You will also walk through St. Florian's Gate, an impressive Gothic tower as well as the only remaining of the 8 medieval city gates. Next, you will visit the Main Market Square. This is the largest medieval square in Europe and home to many historic buildings. The central feature of the Square is the Sukiennice, a Renaissance Cloth Hall with fabulous arcades designed by Italian architect J.M. Padovano. The Royal Route comes to an end at the foot of the Wawel Hill, from which you can look up and admire the Wawel Royal Castle. Explore this impressive old residence of Polish monarchs and adventure into the Dragon’s Den below. The gorgeous Royal Private Apartments and Crown Treasury are a must see, as is the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Stanisław and Vaclav. The Old Town of Krakow Walking Tour will also include a visit to the Jagiellonian University district, home to the oldest university in Poland, and the beautiful Planty Park. You will have a 1/2 hour coffee break during the tour.

Krakow Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

5. Krakow Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

As a former capital city of Poland and residence of the Polish monarchy, Krakow is full of historical and cultural heritage. Join this tour to discover outstanding monuments and lesser known spots in the historic Old Town and hear incredible history facts and legends of Poland. Make unforgettable memories in Krakow! The 2-hour walking tour will start at the historic Krakow Barbican, a late 15th century fortified gateway, which once linked to the inner city walls. From here, you will stroll along the Florianska street to the Main Market Square while listening to the fascinating stories about the monarchs who used this so-called Royal Route when returning to the city after victorious battles. In the beating heart of the Old Town, you will marvel at the towering St Mary’s Basilica, the old Town Hall Tower, and the medieval commerce center of the iconic Renaissance Cloth Hall (Sukiennice). Follow your Private Guide through the historic streets, lined with old churches, palaces and tenement houses, and you will quickly understand why Krakow Old Town became one of the first UNESCO World Heritage sites. See the ornate Baroque-style Saints Peter and Paul Church, Holy Trinity Church and St Andrew’s Church. This tour will end at the bottom of Wawel Hill, and the guide will give you some tips on the best local restaurants, bars and leisure spots so that you can enjoy the rest of your stay in Krakow. Choose the 3-hour option to learn even more about Krakow and explore the outer courtyard of the Wawel Royal Castle. Follow your Private Guide up the Wawel Hill to see the Wawel Cathedral and admire the Romanesque and Gothic exterior architecture of the monumental castle complex. As a former royal residence, this place is of special historical and political importance to Poles. Hear the legend of the Wawel Dragon and enjoy amazing views of Vistula River from the terrace. Pick the 4-hour tour to enrich your experience with a visit to the Wawel Cathedral. This 13th century church is a true mecca of Polish history and culture, deeply connected with the history of the Polish monarchs, especially the Jagiellonian Dynasty. Inside, you will discover a beautiful interior featuring an ornate altar, medieval religious paintings and sculptures, and royal tombs. Marvel at the famous golden-domed Sigismund’s Chapel, walk up the Sigismund Bell Tower, and see royal artefacts at the Cathedral Museum. The 6-hour option gives you a full experience of Krakow Old Town with a visit to St Mary’s Basilica (Kościół Mariacki), famous for its extraordinary wooden altarpiece carved by Veit Stoss (Wit Stwosz) and hourly trumpet calls from the Gothic watchtower. In addition, you will explore Jewish heritage sites in the former Jewish Quarter, Kazimierz, and learn about the turbulent World War II history of Poland. See the historic Old Synagogue and Remuh Synagogue, and visit the 19th century Tempel Synagogue, an active place of worship known for its beautiful Moorish Revival interior.

Krakow: City Tour Golf Cart & Schindler's Factory Guide Tour

6. Krakow: City Tour Golf Cart & Schindler's Factory Guide Tour

Meet at the dedicated meeting point and get ready to see some of the most interesting places in Krakow. Learn about the history of the medieval city ─ the Old Town of Krakow, the Jewish district ─ and wander through Kazimierz and Podgórze (former territory of the Krakow ghetto). Come along on a wonderful journey. Explore over 30 places and discover the secrets of this historically and culturally rich city. See highlights including Matejko Square, St. Florian's Church, Planty Park, Wawel Castle, and many more. Check out some of the traditional shops and local attractions to catch a flavor of the city. End your tour at the famous Schindler's Factory and go on a guided tour with a licensed guide. Learn more about what took place here from your knowledgeable guide. After visiting the city, the driver of your electric golf cart will hand you over to a pilot who will take you on a guided tour of the Oskar Schindler Factory.

Krakow Walking Tour with Private Guide

7. Krakow Walking Tour with Private Guide

Choose from 4 different tour options, each featuring their own history and landmarks. After being picked up from your accommodation, meet your local expert city guide who will be ready to answer your questions and provide facilities according to your needs.  Walk around the Krakow Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site surrounded by Planty park, where the city walls used to stand in the Medieval times. See the main square with its famous St. Mary’s Basilica, Cloth Hall and the Barbican and Florian’s Gate. Every hour, listen out for the same bugle call played from the Basilica’s higher tower. Climb the Wawel Hill, where you’ll find a complex of sacred buildings including the Royal Wawel Castle, which is the historical monument and symbol the of many national and religious traditions of Poland. Pass by the Wawel dragon and the Royal Cathedral which was the place of the coronations and burials of many Polish kings. Pick the option to explore the Kazimierz and Podgorze Quarters and take a journey through the history of Jewish culture in Krakow. Experience the unique atmosphere of the district and see the most important synagogues, impressive gothic churches, and the oldest Jewish cemeteries. Wander through the streets and marvel at the mixture of old architecture, modern elements, and artistic murals. In the Podgorze district, see the remnants of ghetto walls and authentic photographs of its residents. Visit the main market of the district called Rynek Podgorski which features one of the most beautiful neo-Gothic churches in Krakow - St. Joseph's Church. Walk through the Bohaterow Getta Square, where people were gathered and taken to the concentration camps. Enjoy the option to visit the permanent exhibition at Schindler’s Factory which depicts the story of Krakow during the occupation period. Get to know contemporary Polish and Jewish citizens through authentic photos, stories, and illustrative materials of old Krakow. Learn about Oskar Schindler, the man who saved more than a thousand lives of Jews and was depicted in the famous Spielberg’s movie Schindler's List.

Electric Scooter Tour: Full Tour (Old Town + Jewish Quarter)

8. Electric Scooter Tour: Full Tour (Old Town + Jewish Quarter)

Before getting on your Electric Scooter, you will receive a short training and a safety helmet. Driving is simple and we guarantee you that it will only take a moment before you are able to move around on your Scooter freely and confidently. Take a sightseeing tour of Krakow with a difference. No need for long and tiring walks through the city. Instead jump aboard and ride your own private Scooter from place to place. Scooter is a noiseless, environmentally-friendly, and fun two-wheeled vehicle which you will learn to ride in no time. This 3,5-hour tour is more than 10 km long (about 4 miles). It leads you around Krakow 's most important places allowing you to admire the architecture and the monuments of the city. Your guide will recommend places that are worth visiting during your stay in Krakow, and will give you many tips about Krakow life. Admire the stunning view from the River, check out beutiful buildings, and glide through historical parks and royal residencies. See all this and much more.

Krakow: Self-Guided Audio Tour

9. Krakow: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the historic city of Krakow, where the echoes of centuries past resonate through its cobblestone streets and medieval architecture. Embark on a captivating journey through time with the Krakow Self-Guided Audio Tour, your personal gateway to the soul-stirring tales and cultural treasures that define this Polish gem. As you explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town, the audio guide will lead you through the majestic Rynek Główny (Main Market Square), home to the iconic St. Mary's Basilica and the Cloth Hall. Immerse yourself in the rich narrative of Wawel Castle, where legends of Polish kings and queens come to life against the backdrop of the Vistula River. Venture beyond the city walls to the historic Jewish Quarter, Kazimierz, where the haunting stories of resilience and culture unfold. From the poignant history of Oskar Schindler's Factory to the vibrant atmosphere of Kazimierz's bohemian cafes and synagogues, each stop on this tour unveils a layer of Krakow's multifaceted identity. Delve into the somber echoes of Auschwitz-Birkenau, a poignant reminder of the city's wartime history. The audio guide provides a respectful and informative companion as you navigate this solemn memorial, paying homage to the lives affected by one of humanity's darkest chapters. Krakow is not merely a city; it's a living museum where every corner breathes life into the past. The Krakow Self-Guided Audio Tour invites you to be a part of this immersive experience, unlocking the secrets and stories that have shaped this enchanting city into the cultural treasure it is today. Learn more about the top 18 tourist attractions in Krakow. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station and then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Kraków Central Train Station 2. Muzeum Krakowa 3. Saint Florian's Gate 4. Floriańska Street 5. Lost Souls Alley 6. St. Mary's Basilica 7. Muzeum Krakowa - Rynek Podziemny 8. Krakow's Rynek Główny 9. Jagiellonian University Museum Collegium Maius 10. Monastery of the Franciscans 11. Planty Park 12. Saints Peter and Paul Church 13. Wawel Cathedral 14. Wawel Royal Castle 15. Kraków Pinball Museum 16. Kazimierz 17. Plac Bohaterów Getta 18. Polish Aviation Museum So, don your headphones, hit play, and let the tales of Krakow weave a tapestry of history, resilience, and cultural richness around you.

Krakow's Local Flavor: Craft Beer and Street Food with Guide

10. Krakow's Local Flavor: Craft Beer and Street Food with Guide

Book now for an unforgettable history, culture and taste. We will take you to a lively market where you can taste a range of regional products and discover the hidden treasures of Polish cuisine that you will not find anywhere else. Discover a traditional Krakow obwarzanek or enjoy popular Polish street food while soaking up the unique atmosphere of this vibrant city. By the way, to have a complete culinary experience, get ready to try some traditional Polish vodka. But the fun doesn't stop there! If every good story starts with a beer, start your Krakow adventure with our tour. Remember, this is not another pub trip. This is a trip that will introduce you to the world of beer and present you with Krakow's Kazimierz - an area with an extremely rich history, which today is also an alternative and entertainment part of Krakow. We will introduce you to the world of Polish and local breweries. You will learn why beer was considered healthier than water and why beer soup was served instead of coffee in the past. Currently, Poland is an absolute world leader in the production of craft beer. This tour is a must for beer lovers and more. Discover the culture and taste of this city.

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We went on the first day in Krakow and it was a great way to get a feel for the area. There was only four of us on the tour so it felt quite personal compared to other tours I've been on with large groups. The tour guide knew his facts and we stopped frequently to look at artitecture, statues, bridges and places of historical interest. He told us both historical facts aswell as local legends and tales which gave an great feel for the area and its history. Overall great experience, would recommend.

💯 a must if you are in Krakow. You learn a lot about the history of the city and our tour guide was very informative. Our trip lasted longer than expected too so try not to book anything time sensitive after it.

Amazing experience, takes you round a lot of the places you wish to visit in an hour and half. Highly recommend and very interesting

Just what we needed to do very informative as you can look at a lot of things but not know what your looking at

Very informative and interesting tour. Brilliant guide who really knew his stuff. Would definitely recommend.