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Our guide was excellent. He told us news about Nowa Huta that you would never read about in a book. The view at the top of the mound was breathtaking, and despite the snow, the sightseeing tour through Krakow and the Jewish quarters was excellent. The guide was a very nice young man and very good company.
The tour guide was knowledgeable and full of all types of great informative details. Traveling around in the Trabant automobile was quite the experience. Well worth the money.
This was an excellant trip with a very informative guide. Unfortunately I wasn't able to do much walking but our guide was very understanding. I would recommend this tour
Did not get picked up and waited about 40 mins! Hotel said they couldn't get through to them so we walked to tourist information and asked them to call. They were full of apologies and said it was because we hadn't called the previous day (our voucher did not say to do so), so they rearranged a 3pm p
Our guide was entertaining and knowledgable about nowa hutta and the rise and fall of communism. We had a more entertaining ride in a hot pink trabant with leopard spots. Definitely made people laugh!
Found the tour very interesting with our very friendly guide Ulrik giving us a really informitive insight into the history of Krakow, its surrounding hinterland and indeed the history of Poland itself.
Good tour and an ideal way to see Krakow. Pity Jenson Button was behind the wheel, fun though, other than that, it's a tour I wouldn't have missed. The local tour company is great, would do it again, yes
The Trabant was hilarious! Totally different kind of tour for us. It was funny that everyone was staring at us cause of the car.
Car and guide were fun and the visit to Nova Huta was interesting but sitting in a communist cafe and being given a modern history lesson with a few photos and only being taken to the front gates of the steelworks was a waste of time. Also, no visit to Kazimierz the old Jewish quarter, where Schindler's List was filmed as it was Easter Sunday - even though the tour guide was a self-declared atheist!!