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This is a fantastic way to get your bearings of Krakow, and see a lot in a short space of time. You’ll be picked up from a designated meeting place, so you won’t get lost, and you’ll travel with an English-speaking driver. The tour is better than driving around yourself, as you won’t have to worry about navigating or parking. Enjoy an audio guide, and see many highlights of the Old Town, the Jewish Quarters, and the Ghetto.
Zip around Krakow in an electric car on this sightseeing tour. Led by a private driver, soak up the city's rich history as audio commentary offers background on the passing attractions. Travel through the Jewish district of Kazimierz, see the Barbican and Cloth Hall in the Old Town, and experience a poignant piece of World War II history in the former Jewish Ghetto of Podgórze. Your private tour concludes back at your original departure point.
Regular bus routes are rarely much use for the short-term visitor. Explore Krakow at your leisure—complete with audio-commentary—by hop-on, hop-off bus. Choose between 24-hour and 48-hour tickets, then soak up key sights from Wawel Castle to Oskar Schindler’s Factory. Upgrade for a 2-city hop-on, hop-off pass, which buys 24 hours' travel in two of three cities: Krakow, Warsaw, or Gdansk.
Explore Kazimierz and discover the Jewish/Polish side of Krakow to learn more about the historic equilibrium of two different cultures. Later, visit Oskar Schindlers factory and see what Krakow was like under Nazi occupation.
Explore Poland’s most prized architectural gem on a guided tour of Wawel Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn about the history of the Gothic hilltop complex, which dates back to the 14th century and was the royal residence of many Polish kings. Skip the entrance lines, and stroll through grand courtyards, regal chambers, chapels and museum galleries while a guide shares tales from the castle’s long and illustrious history.
On a fun Segway tour of Krakow you can experience the city close up, just like on a walking tour, and cover a lot of ground, like you would touring by car. You’ll be in a small group, so you will have the chance to hear your guide’s interesting stories about Krakow’s past and present and ask your own questions. See the city’s must-see attractions as well as lesser-known backstreets and hidden corners.
Krakow’s UNESCO-listed Old Town is the city’s most atmospheric district and the best way to explore is on foot. This 3-hour walking tour checks off all the highlights, including the Royal Route and the Wawel Castle complex; the medieval St. Mary’s Basilica and 17th-century St Peter and Paul’s Church; and the historic Cloth Hall.
Discover for yourself why the Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of Poland’s most visited attractions and an original UNESCO World Heritage site with this half-day guided tour from Krakow. Descend deep underground to explore the captivating tunnels, chapels, and chambers carved into the salt rock over eight centuries. Learn the fascinating history behind one of the world’s oldest operating salt mines thanks to commentary from an English-speaking guide, and enjoy convenient pickup from select Kraków hotels.
Discover Krakow’s historic charms in a thoroughly modern manner as you cruise through the city on this Segway tour. Over the course of 90 minutes, you’ll learn about Krakow’s history, culture, and cuisine. Visit the Barbican armory, the Main Square, St. Mary’s Church, and Wawel Castle. Your Segway allows you to cover a great swath of the city with ease.
When the sun goes down, Krakow transforms, and the city comes to life.
Explore Krakow at night and see the city's highlights and hidden gems shine. Hit the streets of the historic Old Town and visit from the gardens of the Wawel Castle, the Cloth Hall, a former cigar factory and more.
Follow your local host to discover Krakow's monuments & cultural gems as the sun sets. From the Wawel Castel gardens where you can find its legendary dragon and its mythical story to the Market Square where two city icons stand strong, the Cloth Hall and St. Mary Church. Hear the church bell ring and find out why the locals are so proud of the city's famous bugle call. Get the perfect introduction to the city's nightlife at Dolnych Mlynow, a former cigar factory that's now a hip area full of cafes and restaurants. What is now a locals' favorite holds so much history and your local host will tell you all about it as well as personal recommendations of things to do at night in Krakow.
Explore the city on your own terms with a Krakow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus ticket. Enjoy unlimited use of the service over a time period of your choice, and alight at any of the conveniently located bus stops along the route for a closer look. Discounted or complimentary access to several city attractions is included with a ticket, and you can learn more about the sights from the bus’s on-board commentary.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the world's oldest salt mines and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as being one of Poland’s most popular attractions. This half-day tour from Krakow includes a guided tour of the underground mines, tunnels, lakes, and chapels, plus pickup and round-trip transport from a central Krakow hotel.
Explore the underground world of the Wieliczka Salt Mine on a half-day tour from Krakow. Follow an expert guide through the mine’s tunnels and chambers and discover the Chapel of the Blessed Kinga, an exhibition on the history of Poland’s salt-mining, figures carved from salt and more. See why this 700-year-old complex has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your tour concludes with drop-off back at your Krakow hotel.
Experience a poignant piece of World War II history on a tour of Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum in Krakow. Explore the exhibitions in the enamel factory where hundreds of Jewish employees were saved from deportation. Follow an expert guide through Schindler’s office, and examine multimedia projections, artifacts and photos while learning the stories of the workers.
Discover Krakow’s communist history on a tour in a Trabant car. Take a ride in the vehicle classic to the era and explore the Nowa Huta district with your guide. Along the way, hop out to wander the neighborhood’s streets and learn about the rich history behind them. Upgrade to extend your tour with a visit to a private museum and a communist-era restaurant.
Make your visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum as easy as possible on this tour from Krakow. In a group limited to 12 people, travel to the former Nazi concentration camp in a comfortable bus before embarking on a shared guided tour of the complex. Hotel pickup in Krakow and headsets are included.
We will experience an authentic day in Krakow after a well-planned route through the city.
In my eco-friendly Golf Car I will take you around the Old Town, Kazimierz Jewish Quarter where you discover the Christian and Jewish part of district, Ghetto (from the time of the Second World War) and Schindler's Factory.
We have a audio guide with informations about historical monuments (26 languages optional) - so we will stop at each location and allow time for explanation of sites and their long history.
You will also discover less popular streets, where you will feel the true climate of the district and a lot of street art.
On the tour you can try the most famous Zapiekanki (open-faced sandwich) at Plac Nowy.
To memorize the trip you will be photographed by me and then I will send you photos to the email.
Electric vehicle is also heated so it's warm and allows to use in winter time.
Take a guided tour of the historical museum located in the former enamel factory of Oscar Schindler, as made famous in Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List.” Experience the museum’s moving permanent collection. Learn about everyday life in Krakow during the Nazi occupation from 1939 to 1945. The exhibition is a story about both the Poles and Jews, as well as the Nazi occupiers.
Enter Schindler’s office, which has been preserved within the factory's administrative building. See the “Survivor’s Ark” made of thousands of enamel pots, similar to those produced in the factory. Witness documentary photographs, eyewitness accounts, film documentaries, and multimedia presentations.
Wander through a theatrical recreation of Krakow’s historical city space. Board a tram and watch a documentary portraying the everyday life of the city. Visit a typical Jewish apartment. See artifacts from the Plazow camp. Walk through the “Hall of Choices”.
Learn about the creepy side of Krakow with this evening walking tour. Your local guide will regale you with ghost stories, tales of medieval torture, urban legends, and true crime accounts. Make your way to some of the city’s favorite landmarks like St. Mary's Basilica, Collegium Maius, and Katyński's Square, but this time discover their lesser-known dark pasts.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is a place devoted to the memory of those who lost their lives there during World War II. This tour will help you understand more about when the site was a concentration camp. After a morning pickup, you’ll travel in an air-conditioned minivan to Auschwitz-Birkenau. You’ll avoid crowds as you’re guaranteed to skip the long lines. A guided tour will enrich your experience as your guide will explain the history of the area in more depth.
Get a close-up view of Krakow on this walking tour around the Old Town area. As this is a private tour, you can go at your own pace, customize the itinerary, and see and do exactly what you want. Krakow’s streets and buildings are full of history, and you’ll learn all about it from your English-speaking guide. This is an ideal tour for first-time visitors to Krakow, and travelers who want an active way of seeing the city.
Explore Krakow from the seat of a Trabant, Eastern Europe’s classic car, on this 4-hour tour. Led by an expert guide, see the Jewish quarter, the city’s historic burial mounds and the Nowa Huta district, hopping out along the way for a 2-hour walking tour. You’ll also receive insider’s tips on Krakow’s best pubs and restaurants, as well as hotel pickup and drop-off.
Hop on a bike and get ready to see Krakow from a totally different perspective with this info-packed and fun guided bicycle tour. Stop at a whopping 25 sites and learn all about the history of each place, including the former ghetto, the Old Town and much more.