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Krakow: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

1. 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: 3-Hour Walking Tour

2. 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 Sightseeing Tour

3. Krakow Sightseeing Tour

Join us on this sightseeing tour to explore Krakow, one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Central Europe, and chosen as the European City of Culture in the year 2000. The Old Town of Krakow has been entered on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. This city is beloved across Europe because of its amazing architecture and unique atmosphere created by street performers and colorful nightlife. This tour will take you through Kazimierz, the city's former Jewish district, before approaching Wawel Hill, home to the Royal Castle, the Royal Cathedral and the Chambers. After exploring these beautiful parts of the palace, walk along the Royal Route to Grodzka Street and the city's heart, the Old Market Square. Here you can stop and admire the stunning St. Mary's Basilica. Krakow has a unique charm, created by centuries of history and cultural wealth. With its very special climate of culture and art, this city can give us a lesson about the history of Poland and Europe. It is a place you will keep coming back to, each time to discover new parts of its beauty.

From Warsaw: Krakow City Day Tour with Salt Mine Visit

4. From Warsaw: Krakow City Day Tour with Salt Mine Visit

Spend a day in Krakow exploring the most well-known sights of the city before descending into the Salt Mines, where you’ll discover an incredible underground world of salt. With hotel pickup from Warsaw and the company of an English-speaking guide, all the details will be taken care of: all you have to do is enjoy.   In Krakow, spend 3 hours discovering the city’s unique charm. Among other sites, you’ll visit Wawel Hill where Polish monarchs lived from the 11th century, and its Dragon’s Cave, a huge natural cavity within the hill, reputed to be the home of a monster. See Krakow Cloth Hall, the central feature of the market square and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then, head to St Mary’s Church, a brick gothic church with foundations dating back to the 13th century. Admire the Town Hall Tower, which once housed a city prison and torture chamber.   The second part of your day will be spent at the Wieliczka Salt Mines. Descend 800 steps into the incredible world of sculptures made of salt, salt caves, salt lakes, and salt chambers. This mine has been producing salt since the Neolithic times, and has been excavated since the 13th century, making it one of the world’s oldest operating salt mines. See the shafts and labyrinthine passageways as you learn about historic salt-mining technology.   After a long day exploring Krakow, relax on the trip back to Warsaw, where you’ll be dropped off at your hotel.

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What people are saying about Kraków Cloth Hall

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 96 reviews

The guide knew so much history of Krakow and his explanations were so interesting and enjoyable. He made the whole experience so much fun and informative. He also made adaptations because we had gone to the castle in the morning before he tour so we appreciated that so much.

Alex was extremely knowledgable about Krakow and had some great stories to tell. He made the tour very interesting and fun. Would highly recommend.

We were very lucky to have the guide, Andrew, to ourselves. He was very knowledgeable and provided us with a detailed tour of the town.

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

Our tour guide Maximillion, shared his knowledge and love of his city. He was great! We enjoyed all of the history