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Creepy Krakow: 2-Hour City Walking Tour

1. Creepy Krakow: 2-Hour City Walking Tour

On your creepy Krakow walking tour, discover the dark side of Krakow. Learn about Krakow's legends, scary anecdotes and the horrifying stories based on true life. Uncover the creepy side of Krakow by joining the tour just when the sun goes down. Visit places you may have seen in the day, but this time discover their true darkness and get some goosebumps! Don't miss out on visits to the Florian Gate, St. John Street, St. Mary's Basilica, The Cloth Hall,Town hall Tower, Collegium Maius, City Hall, Maria Magdalena's Square, Katyński's Square, The Vistula River and the dragon. Discover an entirely new side to the best sites of Krakow!

Krakow Old Town: 2-Hour Private Tour with Local Historian

2. Krakow Old Town: 2-Hour Private Tour with Local Historian

Welcome to the Royal Krakow, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Discover the most important monuments of the City of Polish kings, including the Old Town and the Wawel Hill. These monuments are among the most important monuments in Poland, and are also listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. While exploring the Royal Krakow, you will be able to feel the beating heart of Poland. For centuries Wawel was a place of residence of the kings of Poland, Sweden and Lithuania. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the old streets of beautiful Krakow and feel the unique charm of the Old Town. Explore one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with a history teacher. You will discover such sites as the Main Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, St. Adalbert’s Church, the Town Hall Tower, Planty Park, Jagiellonian University, Sukiennice Cloth Hall and the Royal Castle and the Cathedral. Your guide will be a history teacher and PhD student, who has for many years been fascinated by history, especially the history of Christianity and Israel. He is a Polish native and is well traveled, having spent extensive time in the countries of both Sweden and Israel, but is glad to call Poland his home.

Krakow: Private Sightseeing by Electric Car

3. Krakow: Private Sightseeing by Electric Car

Experience Krakow by electric car, available all year round. The electric cars are suitable for all types of weather, and are equipped with audio guide in 16 languages. Your tour will cover all of the most important sights in each district, and with an audio guide you will learn about Krakow's history and tradition. The itinerary is flexible, allowing you to adjust the tour to your needs. Throughout your tour, you will pass through and explore both Krakow Old Town and the Jewish Quarter (the former Ghetto). You can visit one or several districts, and mix them according to your interests. You can also list the sights you are particularly interested in beforehand to be sure that you visit them during your tour. A Krakow tour by electric car let's you see as much as possible, whilst also avoiding the tourist crowds. This offer includes not only a private tour with an electric car, but also direct door-to-door pick-up and drop off from your accommodation. The duration of your tour depends on the number of districts you are visiting, with approximately one hour per district required.

Krakow Old Town Private Walking Tour

4. Krakow Old Town Private Walking Tour

Learn the legends of the historic city of Krakow on a private 3-hour walking tour of the medieval Old Town. Hear about the different kings and other characters from the history of the imperial city. See the remains of the Krakow Barbican that once formed part of the city walls. Pass the Gothic tower of Florian's Gate, and make your way to the main market square of Rynek Glowny. Marvel at the buildings on one of the largest medieval plazas in Europe, including the monumental Cloth Hall at its center. Continue into the old university district to see the preserved Collegium Maius and Collegium Novum, along with a statue of Copernicus. Make your way along Kanonicza Street to the architectural complex of Wawel Hill to see where the Kings of Poland lived along with other landmarks such as the 900-year-old Wawel Cathedral.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

Fantastic trip. The trip required lots of walking to get to each building but the stories were so interesting. Well worth the money, would even be happy to pay more for it. The stories spoke about who lived in the buildings years and centuries ago, how they lived, crazy ways they dealt with things. Very interesting 1hr 30 mins. Guide Navia also spoke great english.

Our Guide Anya was amazing! So knowledgeable and entertaining, we could have easily walked around the city all night. I would recommend this to anyone, it’s definitely been one of the highlights of our trip. (Also, the recommendation for the Ukrainian cherry liqueur and the rose donuts…. Delicious!)

Fantastic. Creepy is the correct title. This isn't a ghost walk, it is a walk with some creepy tales at each stop. Perfect for an evening walk around Krakow. Really enjoyed it and the guide was fabulous, engaging and knowledgeable.

Informative and interesting insight into Krakow’s dark history. Guide was entertaining and it was great to learn more about the charming old town.

Easy to find, good length of tour, guide was great.