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Fantastic experience. Izabella is knowledgable and so very nice. She made the experience so much richer than just food and drink. The food and drink were abundant and fabulous. I cannot say enough about this tour. One of the top highlights of our trip to this beautiful city. Just do it at the beginning of your stay. You really get great info about where to go to eat and drink that is off the beaten path.
100% recommended doing this tour. We tried many local polish foods, all of which were fantastic and very tasty. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable, informative and had a real love for the Polish cuisine. Her English could not of been better!! Would do this tour again.
Feast your senses on the culinary delights of Krakow on an afternoon or evening food tour of the Kazimierz district. Visit several local favorites to sample up to 15 traditional foods. Feast on Krakow style food, authentic Polish cuisine, Polish vodka and craft beer, and a delicious dessert while learning about the culinary culture of the city from your guide. Receive personalized attention on this small-group tour, limited to twelve people.
Discover Poland’s national spirit on a guided small-group stroll through beautiful Krakow Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dive deep into Polish culture and cuisine as you savor seven different Polish vodkas in some of the city’s best bars and cafés. Along the way, enjoy a wealth of local snacks and a pierogi (dumpling) tasting.
With such a variety of bars and clubs, it can often be difficult to choose the best nightlife venues in Krakow. Guarantee a great night in Poland’s capital on a Krakow bar crawl, a great choice for solo travelers looking to meet like-minded people. Your evening experience includes an open bar, free shots in each venue, a photographer, and VIP entry to one of Krakow’s hottest nightclubs.
Sabina was incredible. Best tour/adventure I have experienced and I am an avid traveler. It was so much fun and by we learned so much more than just Pierogi preparation. Sabina was the best guide I have had the pleasure to have experienced. A must do adventure if you visit krakow .
I had a little trouble finding the meeting location so I missed the market part of the experience, but Olgierd graciously caught me up with the group (2 others) and I enjoyed learning the pierogi making experience in his apt. This was a highlight of my 2 week trip to Krakow, Prague, and Berlin because Olgierd was such a wonderful host and made us feel like we had had a chance to gain a bit of insight into the culture beyond the cooking. Highly recommend, and I would do again if I returned to Krakow.
Such a fun tour.! There were only three of us and that was perfect. Olgierd was professional and a great cook. We had such fun going to the market and ordering our food to cook in Polish. I highly recommend this if you have time in beautiful Krakow
Enjoy a true taste of Polish food and culture with this 4 hours cooking class in Krakow. Shop for fresh ingredients with your guide at a farmers' market and learn a few handy phrases as you go. Then head to the home kitchen of your host and learn how to make classic dish: pierogi while traditional music keeps the mood festive. Afterward, sit down to feast on your creations. This small-group tour is limited to six people to ensure more personalized attention from your guide.
Our guide Olga Kwazynska was a fantastic ambassador for your company. Helpful, informative and knowledgeable.
Olga made us feel like one of the locals taking us to places we would never had seen without her.
Trying the local dishes with Olga's expert descriptions and information made the night so enjoyable.
This was SUCH a great way to spend Saturday night in Krakow! Martha (sp?) was a terrific guide-funny, personable, and full of information. She took us to so many places and we were fed so well...I was stuffed by the time we were done. I am a solo traveler, and it was a great way to meet a few people and hang out and have good conversation over delicious bites. I would definitely do this again and highly recommend to anyone visiting Krakow!
Treat your taste buds to a food and walking tour through the evening-lit streets of Krakow. Try tastings of local dishes that may include smoked cheese and ‘pierogies,’ the famous stuffed dumplings filled with meat and potatoes, as you travel through the hidden haunts of the Main Market Square. Wash it all down with a cold Polish beer before heading to the vibrant Kazimierz district. There, savor delicious Jewish fare and a shot of ‘bison grass’ vodka before parting ways with your guide.
This fantastic pub crawl through Krakow is perfect for travelers who want to discover the most exciting nightlife in the city. You’ll save hours researching where to find the best bars, and instead have a guide to take you to four tried-and-tested bars and clubs. Enjoy contests, prizes, welcome shots, VIP entry, and an hour of unlimited drinks. It’s a great way to make new friends, explore the city, and try delicious drinks too.
Immerse yourself in Polish culture and watch a traditional folk show during your time in Krakow. Venture to the forest just outside the city to a traditional Polish restaurant for an evening of delicious food and Polish folk music. See dances and chants and admire the colorful costumes from various regions while you enjoy traditional Polish cuisine and unlimited soft drinks, wine, and beer.
Experience the craft beer scene of Poland on a small-group, 3-hour beer tasting tour. In three popular craft beer pubs, sample 10 different beers as your guide to show you the difference between craft beer and typical brews. Educate your palate to recognize the subtle difference between each beer and enjoy some snacks as you drink. On this educational small-group tour — limited to 12 people — receive personalized attention from your guide.
Get a true taste of Krakow on this food tour. Led by a guide, discover the culinary delights around Rynek Główny, checking out eateries, cafes and local stalls. Sample eight Polish favorites, including ‘pierogi’ (stuffed dumplings), ‘obwarzanek’ (an Eastern European spin on the bagel), sour rye soup, pickled cucumber and cabbage and homemade liquor. Numbers are reserved to 15 to keep the tour as intimate as possible.
Krakow's Old Town features some overwhelming nightlife choices, with more bars and pubs per square meter than anywhere else in the world. Get the inside scoop on the best options with this guided evening pub crawl.
Enrich your visit to Krakow by enjoying a home-cooked meal in a local family’s home. After being picked up at your hotel, you’ll travel 10 minutes from Krakow to a home in the countryside. Step inside to enjoy a delicious three-course meal of family recipes. Your menu choices include pierogis, pork chop, rolled cabbage, beet soup, apple cake, and other traditional dishes.
Ready to taste the best food in Krakow? Get your taste buds dancing during the most delicious food
tour in Krakow! Together with your foodie insider, enjoy 10 delicious tastings, and food memories to
last you a lifetime. What are you waiting for? Tasty local food awaits!
During this culinary tour in Krakow, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city and its highlights. Wander around the old town and the cool Kazimierz neighborhood, and enjoy your food journey to the max with the help of a local. Visit a super local milk bar, a bar full of greenery and quirky objects and hole-in-the-wall eateries where only the locals go. And the cherry on top, do like the locals do and go to the 'Embassy of Herring' for some herring with pickled onions, bread and of course a shot of vodka.
This and more are awaiting in this private food tour only for you and your group together with a local guide. Great stories and tasty food awaits, join now!
A visit to the local winery turns out to be an excellent and unusual way to spend the afternoon. Kresy vineyard is located in the Polish Jurassic Upland, just 20 kilometres from Krakow.
The stony and loamy soil serves as an excellent habitat for the production of these exceptional wines.
During the tour of the vineyard, you will learn not only about its history but also see the whole process of winemaking. Another element of the visit is wine tasting.
The vineyard produces white, rosé and red wines in an ecological way. The offer also includes rare orange wines, i.e. long maceration wines from light colour fruit. The specific mineral composition these wines owe to the soil.
In the extended option, it is also possible to taste local goat cheeses, cold meats and dumplings. In the summer and autumn, we also suggest trying delicious homemade cakes from fruits grown in their garden. A visit to the local Kresy vineyard is the perfect ending to the perfect day.
Cracovians, and Poles in general, love sharing their passion for food with visitors. Your adventure will explore our rich history of royal feasts and simple fare, with family stories told around the table. Each of the traditional, delicious dishes are prepared with high-quality ingredients and served by welcoming, hospitable locals. We'll enjoy a traditional Polish dishes, including the authentic regional potato pancakes with smoked sheep cheese and a glass of a famous local wheat beer; a popular communist-era appetizer of herrings in oil served with a shot of Bison Grass vodka, and a secret traditional meal that guarantees you will fall in love with Polish cuisine.
The UNESCO–listed city of Kraków is a great place in which to discover tasty Polish eats and treats, but knowing where to find the best traditional snacks takes local knowledge. On this tour, follow your guide through the historic streets and discover the authentic flavors of Poland. Sample local bread, pastries, sausages, and more, and finish with a Polish vodka-tasting in a neighborhood liquor store.
In this tour you will feel magic of the places where locals really hang out. Polish cuisine is a specific type, we will make sure to try each of traditional delicacies prepared by the local producers. Not only will we make you feel stuffed but also thanks to our local tour guides themselves, you will be able to experience what's this city is really about. Surely part of it is a legendary Polish vodka.
Whether you're looking for the best sweets in Krakow, a vodka tasting, a tour of the best Pierogi of the city, or any other food experience, your favorite local foodie has you covered!
This 100% personalized food tour is here to satisfy your Polish cravings. Trust and believe, the local foodies have explored Krakow discovering the city bite by bite and are ready to craft the food experience of your dreams. Feel free to get in touch with your favorite host; they know the best food hotspots.
Listen to your stomach and check out the food tour options the locals have created for you. Pick the tastings that meet your eye from the list below, and if what you're looking for is not there, don't worry! Let your local host know, and they'll personalize the tour even more.
Imagine this, street food, premium products, secret eateries now accessible to you! All you have to do is share your dietary preferences and let local fodies work their magic.
Are you a beer lover? Do you love this golden drink? Have you ever wondered how to make it? You have unique chance to see the production process. Visit Tychy Brewery and discover how to make one of the most famous beer in Poland.
We prepared with high precision and special for you a unique program of Food Tasting tour. During this tour you will try selected dishes, delicious local appetizers, dumplings, meats specialities, local spirits and beers, cake and coffe/tea. Also learn about Polish history, customs and traditions during sightseeing walking tour. You will be led by licensed guide who has many-years of experience and they are the best in all country! All of it will make this tour very unforgettable.
Discover the varied delights of Polish cuisine on this small-group walking tour of Krakow. Get an insider’s perspective on where to drink and dine in the city, and sample an array of local specialties including pierogi (Polish dumplings), bigos (hunter’s stew), and sweet treats.
Discover Poland’s beer-making history and sample traditional Polish beer on a half-day tour tailor-made for beer lovers. Enjoy round-trip private transfers from Krakow, take part in a guided tour of the Tyskie Brewery, and visit the brewery museum, then finish with an expert-led tasting of Tyskie beers. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Discover traditional Slavic specialties in a modern version. Krakow attracts those who wish to enjoy the tastes of life – eat, drink, and discover the unique regional flavours and culture – Polish, Galician, Jewish, Podhalan. Get the taste of the simple, and at the same time extremely varied local cuisine and listen to diverse stories from the city and region. Try best traditional dishes, aromatic soups from seasonal vegetables and the best pickles found on the old continent, and you will never think again that Polish cuisine is nothing more than just pierogi, sausage, and vodka, although – to do them justice – they are exceptionally delicious here. All this complemented with the degustation of local wines and hard liquors, as well as fruit and herbal infusions.
Trust us to show you the best selection of regional cuisine, taking you to the renowned places offering amazing dishes, as well as serving the knowledge about local culinary culture and the social and historical backgrounds.
On this Beers of Krakow tour, you’ll explore Kazimierz while tasting some of Krakow’s best beers. It’s a great way to get your bearings of the neighborhood, and you won’t have to worry about getting lost as your guide will navigate. Highlights include visiting a local micro-brewery to learn how beer is made and enjoying multiple samples. You’ll also get some top tips on the best places beer lovers should visit in Krakow.
This 4-hour walking Food Tour of Krakow will let you taste some classics and discover the new, delicious side of Poland. We're not only a 'pierogi' and 'kielbasa' country, with our tour you'll visit traditional as well as up and coming places run by talented chefs. Our foodie guides who are bloggers, journalists or die-hard food enthusiasts will tell you stories which will help you not only understand Polish food, but Poland as a whole.
We'll first treat you to a street food classic and follow with soups for starters. Next stop (ex. Sunday) will be a farmers' market: this is a chance to try seasonal produce. Moving on, the tour brings you for main courses to a modern Polish restaurant. If you crave for more tradition, we visit one of the best folk restaurants for some cured meats and cheese. We wrap up with a dessert to die for at a classic pastry shop. Altogether, you'll be treated to 10+ tastings, including 4 sitting-down restaurant tastings. It's not a nibble-only street food tour!