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Krakow: Guided Walking Tour to Old Town and Kazimierz

1. Krakow: Guided Walking Tour to Old Town and Kazimierz

Discover the remains of the medieval city walls in Planty Gardens and admire the Barbican and St. Florian's Gate. Make your way to Main Market Square and hear legends about St. Mary's Basilica. Admire the historic Cloth Hall and see the head of Eros Bendato beneath Town Hall Tower. Continue to the university district to see the oldest academic building in Poland, and then follow in the footsteps of Pope John Paul II to discover his former home and favorite temple. Go to the Kazimierz district and discover the synagogues and cemetery of the Oppidum Judaeorum (Jewish Town). End with a look at Corpus Christi Church before walking to Wawel Castle. 

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: Old Town Walking Tour

3. Krakow: Old Town Walking Tour

Krakow's Old Town is one of the most famous places in Europe and even the world. The best way to seize the history and all highlights of Krakow is to do it with professional licensed city guide. A traditional walk along the Royal Route, through the Old Town, the University district up to the Wawel Hill towards the Castle of Polish kings. The tour guide will tell you about the most famous monuments - the Barbican, St. Mary's Basilica, the Cloth Hall, you will know the legends associated with St. Mary’s Trumpet Call, a knife on one of the old houses or the foundation of Cracow. This tour is a oportunity to seize Krakow's Old Town on your own conditions. 

Krakow: Half-Day Private Sightseeing Guided Tour

4. Krakow: Half-Day Private Sightseeing Guided Tour

Explore the historic sites of Krakow in the company of a professional guide, and discover a city brimming with wonderful monuments and charming places. Tour the Old Town, and the fascinating neighborhoods of Podgórze or Kazimierz - the former Jewish district - and get an introduction to the rich history of the city. Each tour is set individually, leaving you to decide what to see. Go to the Barbican, the fortified outpost that was once connected to the city walls. Admire the imposing red brick St. Mary's Basilica, and the Renaissance Cloth Hall. Soak up the old market atmosphere of the Main Square, and admire the buildings of the Jagiellonian University, established in the 14th century. Walk to Wawel Hill to see the Royal Castle and Cathedral. Alternatively, explore the former Jewish districts of Kazimierz and Podgórze, location of the Jewish Ghetto and Schindler’s factory. Sites still standing include the Remuh Synagogue, completed in 1557, and the baroque Isaak Synagogue. Throughout the tour, your guide will provide an interesting commentary, along with advice on the best places to visit during the rest of your stay.

Krakow Old Town: 3-Hour Walking Tour

5. Krakow Old Town: 3-Hour Walking Tour

See the major sights of Krakow and learn about the history of Poland on a 3-hour walking tour of Krakow's Old Town. This entertaining walk will expose you to a mixture of fun facts, unusual symbols, and longstanding traditions associated with the city and the Polish people. On your walk, hit up the highlights of Krakow Old Town and discover their significance. Visit Wawel Castle and Cathedral. Pass by Jagiellonian University, the oldest university in Poland. Admire the small gardens and monuments located in Planty Park. Walk through Main Market Square, the center of medieval Old Town, and see the Gothic-style St. Mary's Basilica; home to the largest Gothic altarpiece in the world. At the end of your tour there will be time for 30-minute coffee break, where you and your group will have time to discuss the social and economical situation of Poland with your guide.

Krakow Old Town Private Walking Tour

6. 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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What people are saying about Kraków Cloth Hall

A great trip for those who want to visit Krakow in a relaxed atmosphere. Ms. Ewa told many interesting facts, so in four hours we got to know the city from different sides. Really worth. You will see a lot at a great price for such a dose of knowledge.

Krakow a wonderful city !!! You can easily explore the historic center on foot, it is so pleasant because it is car-free with a beautiful green belt around it where it is nice to walk.

Alex was a wonderful guide. With great knowledge and sense of humour he really kept myself and partner interested throughout the tour.

Mrs. Paulina is a great guide with great knowledge and passion. We are very pleased. We definitely recommend it. ☺️

A great guide, a very valuable and interesting journey around Krakow and the Jewish Quarter. I recommend.