Walking tour in Krakow’s Old Town district

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Estimated duration 4 hours
Meeting point Monument of Adam Mickiewicz in Rynek Glowny
Up to 8 People
Tour type Historic, Local Culture / Folklore

A walking tour in Krakow's Old Town is an experience you need to live when visiting the city. Our local tour guide will tell you what you need to know.

This walking tour around Krakow will guide you through one of the most important places to see and visit in this city.

The Gateway leading to the old town is one of the most visited places in Krakow by tourists because of its history and the remains from the 15th century that can be seen there.

Rynek Glowny, the main square and hub of the city is surrounded by churches and museums. There is no town hall to be found as it did not survive WWII.

Rynek Glowny: The Market Square, it's the main and biggest square in Poland, simply amazing

Barbican Gate: One of the few remains of the fortifications that in the Middle Age surrounded the city

Czartoryski Museum: Founded by Princess Izabela Izabela Czartoryska in 1796 with the idea of preserving Polish heritage

Palace of Arts: An beautifull historical buidling that serves as an Art Nouveau gallery founded in 1901

Mariacki Church: Also called St. Mary's Basilica of Krakow is a gothic church located in the Market Square

Town Hall Tower: Built in the 13th century, it is the only remaining part of the Old Town Hall, which was demolished in order to open the Market Square

Collegium Maius: The "Great College" is the oldest building of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, dating back to the 14th century

Papal Window in the Bishop's Palace: It is the window from where Pope John Paull II used to address his followers when visiting Krakow

Wawel Castle: A gothic-style castle built as a residence at the behest of King Casimir II the Great between 1333 and 1370

Dragon's Lair: Called Smocza Jama in Polish, is a spectacular cave which is linked to the legendary Wawel's Dragon. It will leave you speechless

St. Adalbert Church: Also called St. Wojciech, is one of the oldest churches in all of Krakow, with almost 6000 years of existence

Cloth Hall: It is a Renaissance building in the city center and one of the most recognizable icons of Krakow

Join us in this amazing walking tour in Krakow and experience the history behind the monuments and sights.

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  • Museum tickets or attractions requiring extra payment or accreditation from the professional
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