This small-group tour is limited to six people to ensure more personalized attention from your guide.
- Polish food cooking class in Krakow
- Learn some Polish from your guide and shop for ingredients at a local market
- Cook authentic Polish food such as pierogis and placki under the guidance of a local cook
- Dine with a Polish family in their home and experience their meal-time traditions
- Small-group tour limited to six people for a more intimate experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is such a great, fun way way to learn about Polish culture! Cooking in a family home and going to a local market will give you a chance to get an insider view of Krakow and its people.
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What You Can Expect
Next, your guide will take you to his or her family home, where you will learn how to make traditional Polish specialties such as a pierogi, which is a kind of dumpling, and placki, a potato cake. As you cook with your small group, sip water, coffee or tea and listen to Polish classical, folk and rock music.
Then it’s time for lunch! Sit down with the Polish family and feast on the authentic meal you cooked. Feel free to ask them any questions you have about Polish culture and traditions. Your authentic Polish culinary experience ends at 2pm at its starting point.
First, getting to the Dauna tram stop was very easy from the Market Square. Shopping in the market was a lot of fun. The hosts were exceedingly friendly and talking with them made me feel very welcome in Poland. The pierogies we made were simple and delicious - I've since used that recipe at home to make more. This is a great tour, especially if you are traveling solo.
My wife and I had a really great time on this tour. The hosts, Monika and Stefano, were wonderful - very friendly, welcoming and interesting people. Conversation flowed very easily and Monika was extremely helpful in giving us information about Krakow and the surrounding area. We tried a number of Polish specialities that we shopped for which were all delicious and we all made pierogi together in their beautiful flat. Pierogi is a really delicious dumpling filled with savoury delights, and is essentially made in the same way as pasta so it was great to learn how to make it. Stefano originated from Italy so told us how we can apply similar techniques to Italian pasta-making. This was an especially great tour because Monika and Stefano had loads of information about Poland and Polish traditions but have also obviously travelled a lot and have very interesting stories to tell. And their 18 month old daughter joined us at the end and she's super cute! Highly recommended for those who would like to do something that shows how locals live, while learning something new and finding out a lot about the city of Krakow and Polish people and traditions.