Krakow - Poland
Historical tour in Krakow with a tour guide
Krakow, once the capital of Poland, is famous for its churches. In this walking tour around Krakow you will enjoy some of the most amazing churches in the city, from Gothic to Polish Baroque to Romanesque or Stone churches, you will find everything you need to see of this tour that makes clear that 90% of the people in Poland are Roman Catholics.
Corpus Christi Basilica: A Gothic church founded by King Casimir III in 1335
Church of St. Francis of Assisi: This was the residence of Pope John Paul II when he visited Krakow
St. Adalbert Church: Also called St. Wojciech, is one of the oldest churches in all of Krakow, with
almost 6000 years of existence
Saints Peter and Paul Church: This is a Polish Baroque style church from 1619, located in Grodzka street
Church of St. Andrew: A historical Romanesque church from the XI century, located in the Old Town, in Lesser Poland
John Paul II Cathedral Museum: It was a Diocesan museum, turned into a Cathedral museum by Pope John Paul II it is located on Wawel Hill
St. Florian's Gate: It is one of the most well-known Gothic towers in Krakow, it is the central point of the city's Old Town
As you can see, in this city tour around Krakow, you will be able to learn a lot more about Krakow's history, religion, culture and architecture. You cannot miss this.