Full-Day Tour of Cracow from Warsaw with Entrance Fees
- Admire the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture of Old Town
- Explore Market Square, the largest historical square in Europe
- Visit Wawel Royal Castle and Cathedral
Cracow is situated on the upper Vistula River in southern Poland, about 250 kilometers south of Warsaw. It is home to the oldest university in Central Europe and over time has developed into an industrial, scientific, and cultural center. The city was Poland’s capital for more than 3 centuries, until 1596 when the capital was moved to Warsaw.
You’ll find a number of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque buildings in Old Town, which has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Visit Market Square, the largest historical square in Europe, and see the Renaissance Cloth Hall and the impressive Gothic Our Lady Church.
See Jagiellonian University and the former Jewish Quarter in Kazimierz. The highlight of the tour will is a visit to Wawel Royal Castle, the former seat of the Polish monarchs, and a national treasure.
- Train tickets (Intercity train, 2nd class return)
- Transportation in Cracow
- Guided tour
- Entrance fee to St. Mary's Church
- Personal expenses
Prepare for the activity
Warsaw Central Railway Station. Please note that hotel pick-up is not included. Please inform us about your hotel in Warsaw, while booking, to let us know where we should deliver train tickets.Open in Google Maps ⟶