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Krakow: Vistula River Cruise and Beer Tasting Guided Tour

1. Krakow: Vistula River Cruise and Beer Tasting Guided Tour

First, relax on a modern boat in a truly intimate atmosphere and admire Krakow as you see it from the Vistula River during your short cruise. Take your friends to the observation deck and admire the Wawel Hill, the Church on Skałka or the Kosciuszko Mound in the afternoon sun. After disembarking, take your guided walk to trusted bars and a microbrewery to discover the best beer in Krakow. During your escapade, taste 9 craft and factory beers and find your favorite flavor. Treat yourself to local snacks and listen to the guide's stories about history and culture as well as interesting places you wouldn't normally find as a tourist!

Krakow: Traditional Food Tour with Old Town Sightseeing

2. Krakow: Traditional Food Tour with Old Town Sightseeing

Discover the culinary culture of Poland while taking a sightseeing walking tour of Krakow. The Polish culture of eating has strong roots among local people and your professional guide will show you the best dishes of Polish cuisine. Meet your guide near the first restaurant. In this top Polish restaurant the local partner has prepared a Polish cuisine in-a-nutshell menu for you. You will have a chance to try Polish specialties as well as dishes which are served only in Krakow. During the tasting of up to 13 different kinds of dishes, your guide will tell you about some traditions and customs and explain which meals are related to which occasion. After the delicious feast, take a walk around the fantastic Krakow Old Town. Admire Krakow’s highlights such as St. Mary Church, Cloth Hall, and Wawel Hill. While walking through the narrow streets, immerse yourself in the Medieval Times atmosphere and learn about Polish history, customs, and legends. To end the tour, visit a lovely patisserie, which is most recognizable in Poland, for a coffee and two fantastic desserts.

Krakow: Guided Wine Tasting Experience

3. Krakow: Guided Wine Tasting Experience

Feel like a local as you uncover the secrets of Krakow's Old Town on a guided walking tour. Admire sights like the Cloth Hall Museum and the Gothic St. Mary's Basilica while also discovering some hidden gems. Delight your senses with wines and tapas at a 15th-century cellar. Meet your guide and begin your Old Town walking tour. Stroll to sights like the grand Rynek Główny square. Walk down narrow lanes past funky stores and quaint cafes. Work up an appetite and head to a 15th-century traditional wine cellar. Taste 3 wines that have been recommended by local experts along with delicious Polish tapas dishes. Finish your tour at a local rooftop café where you can purchase a glass of wine and take in the atmosphere of this fabulous city with uninterrupted views of the Krakow skyline and the magnificent Royal Castle.

Krakow: Wawel Hill Guided Tour with Wine and Tapas

4. Krakow: Wawel Hill Guided Tour with Wine and Tapas

Wawel Hill - a rocky hill towering over the bank of the Vistula River, has been the seat of Polish secular and church authorities for centuries, and today it is the most visited and one of the most important museums in Poland. It collects collections of paintings, prints, sculptures, fabrics, goldsmiths, militaria, porcelain and furniture. Enter the former royal chambers with your guide to see Sigismund Augustus' famous tapestries and wonderful Italian Renaissance paintings. After exploring the original royal chambers that give you an idea of the castle's Renaissance and Baroque décor, take a peek into the majestic Cathedral where many kings were ruled, and learn the most interesting historical facts about rulers, interspersed with fairy tales and rumors. After leaving Wawel, head towards the Old Town to continue exploring Krakow with your guide. Enter a 15th-century cellar and taste delicious wine with traditional Polish tapas. End your trek in a cafe on the roof of one of the tenement houses, from where you can admire the magnificent Royal Castle, Krakow and the Vistula River.

Krakow: Old Town by Electric Golf Cart and Walking Wine Tour

5. Krakow: Old Town by Electric Golf Cart and Walking Wine Tour

Choose an eco-friendly and quiet golf cart as a means of transport on this most popular sightseeing tour in Krakow. In a small group, drive through the most beautiful streets of the Old Town admiring palaces, houses and churches and listening to audio commentary. Stop at the Main Market Square - the heart of the city to enjoy the view of the Cloth Hall and St. Mary's Church, tour the Planty Park observing the remains of the city walls and head towards the famous Wawel Hill ... At the foot of the Royal Castle, meet your guide, who will then take you along the path of local wine sites, introducing you to the culture and history of the country. You will go down to the underground cellar and try what wine tastes like in Krakow, and a little later you will sit in a chair on the roof of one of the tenement houses to admire the Royal Castle and the Vistula from above with a glass of wine in your hand.

Krakow: Walking Tour and Liqueur Tasting with Local Guide

6. Krakow: Walking Tour and Liqueur Tasting with Local Guide

Meet your guide by the Florian's Gate and be invited for the fully private sightseeing with all the city's top sights. Spend a half a day exploring a UNESCO World Heritage listed city and drinking Polish famous liquids. Begin your guided tour with a walk through the Old Town. Listen to stories about the architecture, inhabitants, local history and attractions of Krakow. Walk along Florianska, one of the most famous and most exemplary streets of Krakow, leading straight to the heart of the city – the Main Market Square. Today it tempts with a variety of shops, restaurants, and clubs, while centuries ago it hosted the solemn coronation and funeral processions of monarchs. Admire the Main Market Square, the most important public space in Krakow, the most expansive Market Square of medieval Europe, gathering everything most characteristic of the city and having the most distinctive hallmarks, the most beautiful, the most important, the most charming, the most… Stop by the Collegium Maius and the Jagiellonian University, the oldest in Poland and in this part of Europe. Immerse yourself in the culture of Krakow visiting Wawel Hill an ancient centre of power: legendary – connected to Krak or Krakus, the mythical founder of the stronghold and his descendants, and historical: ducal, princely, ecclesiastical, and royal. Be amazed by the castle and the cathedral with a bell tower and catacombs where many Polish monarchs are buried. See the six-metre tall Wawel Dragon statue and stop by the cave on the bank of the Vistula where the legendary dragon inhabited, terrorized the locals and demanded offerings of cattle, though in an alternate version of the tale these were virgins. Heading back down into Old Town, walk along the medieval cobblestone streets to St. Mary's Basilica with a high altar by Veit Stoss (Wit Stwosz), a bugle call and the star strewn murals by Jan Matejko covering the vaulting. Visit Sukiennice - Cloth Hall - full of stalls offering typical Krakow souvenirs. See the defensive walls and Barbican fortress before you part ways with your guide to see the city on your own. End your tour in a pub. Listen to the long history of Polish vodka, liquors and mead. Experience the taste of three different shoots of traditional Polish alcohol. The recipe of some drinks is almost as old as Krakow is!

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What people are saying about Wawel Hill

This tour was excellent. A full hour on the Vistula river, amazing scenery. After the boat tour our rep met us for the beer tour. We met Michael. He was really fantastic. Took us to several bars to taste the local beers and some polish starters. Have us lots of information about krakow and was able to give us recommendations on things to do. You really should give this a go. Such great value for money.

A walk around Krakow with a guide and tasting in various restaurants is a revelation. Michał is a perfect guide with great knowledge. He gave us a lot of information and interesting facts about Krakow and its history. Great time. We recommend

The experience was cool! But we think that the cost-benefit is not worth it, it's too expensive. We ate very well, but the tourist part was a little superficial.