Krakow Sightseeing Tour

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"I would just like to thank you immensely for making my first trip to Krakow, Poland a very memorable and enjoyable one. Tour was brilliant and the service was extremely efficient and professional. " Millicent

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BAISC Tour includes:

  • English speaking guide
  • Centrally located meeting point
  • Two hour walking tour of Old Town

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Guided tour

Licensed English Speaking Guide, other languages on request

What you will see

In your programme:

  • Royal Castle and Cathedral
  • St. Mary’s Basilica
  • St. Florian’s Gate
  • Barbican
  • Jagiellonian University
  • Main market square
  • Sukiennice (cloth hall)
  • Franciscan Church

Feel the vibe of Krakow!

Krakow began as a settlement in the stone age nearly 12 centuries ago. Its history includes being the seat of the kingdom for about 800 years, the epicentre of culture, education, and trade routes. It started with Kazimierz the Great who attained the throne during turbulent times in 1333. As king, he reversed the economic downturn, led victorious war campaigns, and nearly doubled the land area of the kingdom. Kazimierz the Great began construction of, the modern-day, Jagiellonian University and the Wawel Castle where your tour begins.

You will visit the castle located on Wawel Hill and if you are lucky, you may catch a glimpse of the local dragon. You will see the tombs of almost all of the Polish kings, the cathedral, the castle, and more. Following your tour of Wawel Hill, you will be led to the Old Town of Krakow.

In the beautiful main square, lined with excellent cafes, pubs, and restaurants, you will first see Sukiennice (cloth hall). Here you would have found the centre of international trade in the 15th century - stalls were once filled with numerous exotic spices, silk, and other things that came via the Silk Road. Today, it is still an international market, but now it sells Polish exports, such as Krakow’s best textiles, salt, and amber, among others. Afterwards, you will see the splendour of St. Mary’s Basilica and you may even hear about a tale or two of war and jealousy that may leave you shocked. Take in the view of St. Florian’s Gate and the nearby Barbican, as well as the art deco and stained glass at the Franciscan Church.

The late Pope John Paul II is a key figure for Catholics, Poles, and many others around the world. You will see many significant places to the late Pope while he was still Bishop of Krakow.

Krakow is a magical place to visit. Each and every traveler will find something for themselves in this beautiful, medieval town.

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Wawel Hill

One of the most important places in Poland, the cradle of our history and culture, coronation place as well as necropolis of our kings.

Jagiellonian University courtyard Jagiellonian University courtyard

Jagiellonian University

The courtyard of Poland’s oldest university.
The building is still used today.

About tour

8:45 Meeting point
Meet at Old Town by the entrance to the Royal Hotel

8:45 - 9:45
Tour Wawel Hill, if time allows small coffee break

9:45 - 10:45
Tour of Old Town’s medieval streets

10:45
Tour ends by the old city walls

Krakow Sightseeing Tour

Our tip

This is a walking tour. Please be aware of the weather conditions.

Krakow Sightseeing Tour

Please note

If your accommodation is located within the city centre area with limited access for vehicles such as: Rynek Glowny, Szewska St, Slawkowska St, Jagiellonska St, Grodzka St, Golebia St as well as Kopernika St and Szlak St. your pick up will be from an assigned convenient meeting point.

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Tour guide Anna was excellent, she took us to places we had not seen the previous day even though we had walked and walked! We have aleady recomended this tour to others. Keith

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This tour was excellent the guide was very knowledgeable and was able to answer many questions, there was only two of us so we learnt a lot and had plenty of time to walk and enjoy the sights.

Reviewed by: Vera

Comment date: 2017-03-20

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Great tour, very enjoyable.

Reviewed by: Sarah

Comment date: 2017-03-01

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No improvemets necessary. Pick up on time. Guide excellent.

Reviewed by: Graham

Comment date: 2017-02-07

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This was my favourite tour. I wasn't sure if to book it but the guides knowledge was invaluable, we would never have discovered or learnt about krakow in as much depth without the guide.

Reviewed by: Marion

Comment date: 2017-01-19

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Monika was excellent and very informative, a credit to the company.

Reviewed by: Lisa

Comment date: 2017-01-02

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Before your visit

Where is the meeting point for the tour?

The meeting point for the Krakow Sightseeing Tour is at the main entrance to the Royal Hotel, located on 26 Gertrudy street.

How are we supposed to find the Royal Hotel?

The Royal Hotel is located in the southern portion of Old Town in Krakow, near the Wawel Castle.

How do we travel on the tour?

The Krakow Sightseeing Tour is on foot.

How long does tour?

The walking tour takes around two (2) hours. This depends on the group size and the walking abilities of the participants.

Are entrance fees included in the price?

The only site that requires paying an entrance fee is St. Mary's Basilica. Only the Premium Tour includes ticket prices.

Where do we go during the tour?

During the tour you get to see the most important sites in the Old Town of Krakow. Among the places you will see are: the Wawel Castle (Cathedral, Castle Ward, dragon statue), Franciscan Church, Planty Park, the university district, St. Mary's Basilica, Sukiennice (cloth hall). You will also have the opportunity to admire Krakow's unique architecture while walking through its enchanting streets.

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