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Krakow Old Town Guided Walking Tour

Highlights
  • 3-hour walking tour of Krakow’s Old Town
  • Discover the UNESCO-listed monuments of Krakow’s oldest district
  • Explore the Royal Route and the Wawel Castle complex
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Krakow Old Town Guided Walking Tour
From US$ 21.46
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Krakow Old Town Guided Walking Tour
From US$ 21.46
Overview
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.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in Krakow’s Main Market Square in time for a 2pm departure and set out to explore the city’s UNESCO-listed Old Town.
Follow your guide down the Royal Route, and walk in the footsteps of the Polish Kings as you hear about Krakow’s stint as the royal capital. Pause to see historic landmarks such as St. Florian's Church, and admire the grand medieval buildings along Floriańska, Grodzka, and Kanonicza Streets.
Arrive at Wawel Castle and spend time exploring the magnificent castle complex, including the Cathedral, the Royal Chambers, and the Armory. Marvel at the Medieval, Romanesque, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural styles, and take in the views from the top of Wawel Hill, gazing out over the Vistula River and the gold-roofed Sigismund Chapel.
Continue to Rynek Główny, where the star attraction is the 13th-century St. Mary’s Basilica, home to an impressive altarpiece by Veit Stoss, and some striking paintings by artists including Matejko, Mehoffer, and Wyspiański. Nearby, St Peter and Paul’s Church is another important religious monument, build in the 17th century and still the most significant Jesuit church in Krakow.
After enjoying a coffee break (own expense) at a local café, visit one of the city’s most photographed landmarks – the elaborate Cloth Hall and the Underground Museum.
Your tour ends around 5pm back in the Main Market Square.
Reviews (22)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Brilliant Tour

Today we went on the guided walking tour (just arrived in Krakow) and the tour was very informative and brilliant. Our guide (John, Joan I think name was) was very friendly and didn’t feel like it was a script he had to read from, very...More

Thank 794louisel
SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear 794louisel, thank you for the positive feedback and warm words about our staff. We are glad that you enjoyed the tour you took part and we will of course let your guide know that you were happy with his work. We hope you had...More

Reviewed 25 October 2018
Krakow walking tour. Brilliant!

Guide Michow (sp) absolutely brilliant at his job. Intelligent. Knowledgeable. Funny. Perfect English throughout. SO interesting about Poland's history, and also about the city, its development over 1000+ years, its famous, and infamous, people. A superb way to see a bit further inside this lovely...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Suzanne R
SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 29 October 2018

Dear Suzanne R, thank you for the review! Every opinion is important for us, especially if it is that nice like yours. We are glad that you enjoyed the trip. We let to know our tour guide, Michał, that you liked his work. We hope...More

Reviewed 19 October 2018
Anna is a great tour guide

We covered a lot of ground in old town and the Jewish quarter and I felt it was good value for the money. Anna was a charming, interesting, and knowledgeable guide.More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank jackietrehorn
SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 22 October 2018

Dear jackietrehorn, thank you for the review! Every opinion is important for us, especially if it is that nice like yours. We are glad that you enjoyed the trip. We let to know our tour guide, Anna, that you liked her work. We hope you...More

Reviewed 30 September 2018
Excellent tour of the old town led by an excellent tour guide

I always wanted to visit Krakow; the pictures I've seen in documentaries, in brochures, and online all motivated me to witness the city's beauty in person. When I asked my hotel what was the best way to see the old town, they only had one...More

Date of experience: August 2018
2  Thank Joseph F
SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 October 2018

Dear Joseph F, thank you for the opinion - every feedback is important for us, especially if it is so nice as yours. We, of course, let to know our tour guide, Ania, that you liked her work. We hope you had a wonderful time...More

Reviewed 27 August 2018
I hate to say that I was disappointed...

While maybe I am being harsh by giving this just two stars, I felt that the tour was shorter than expected and provided less information than I had hoped. There were only three people on this walking tour and rather than taking 2.5 to 3...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2018

Dear sirtravel, thank you for the opinion. Every review is valuable for us and lets us do our job better. In the case concerning the tour, we need a little more information about your trip - specifically the date and the time of the tour....More

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Response from Fiona G | Reviewed this property |
No it doesn't but it ends just by the castle and the courtyard is free to visit and walk around, you have to pay to get into the museums however.
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