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Hop on a bike and get ready to see Krakow from a totally different perspective with this info-packed and fun guided bicycle tour. Stop at a whopping 25 sites and learn all about the history of each place, including the former ghetto, the Old Town and much more.
Cycle the scenic streets of Krakow on this bike tour. Led by a local guide, pedal past the city’s top attractions, such as Jagiellonian University, Wawel Castle, the Jewish quarter and more. Learn about the area’s rich history and architecture as you go, stopping to relax with a traditional Polish lunch. After an afternoon of exploration, your tour concludes at your original departure point.
Discover Krakow at a faster pace than a walking tour by going on an action-packed bike tour. Pedal past many top sights including Krakow’s Main Square, St. Mary’s Church, the Cloth Hall, St. Florian’s Gate, The Barbican, Planty Park, Wawel Royal Castle, Kazimierz, and Podgorze. Learn about the sights you pass with fascinating guide commentary along the way.
Krakow’s UNESCO-listed Old Town is the city’s most atmospheric district and the best way to explore is on foot. This 3-hour walking tour checks off all the highlights, including the Royal Route and the Wawel Castle complex; the medieval St. Mary’s Basilica and 17th-century St Peter and Paul’s Church; and the historic Cloth Hall.
The tour covers the must see spots of Cracow letting you understand a full picture of Cracow and Polish culture at it's best. Run by friendly, knowledgeable and very local indeed guides.
See you in Cracow !
Connect with the lives of Krakow’s Jewish residents on a guided tour of the Oskar Schindler Factory Museum. Step inside the actual factory of the man immortalized in the film ‘Schindler’s List,' where a guide takes you through exhibits that share the struggles of daily life under Nazi occupation and stories of horror and heroism during World War II.
Explore the resilient history and local culture of Krakow’s old Jewish district on a 3-hour walking tour of Kazimierz. Learn about the area’s 14th-century founding by King Kazimierz the Great and its modern emergence as the artistic heart of Krakow. Hear how the neighborhood was shaped by the devastating events of World War II, and visit important Jewish landmarks including the Old Synagogue, the New Cemetery and the factory of Oskar Schindler.
Learn about the creepy side of Krakow with this evening walking tour. Your local guide will regale you with ghost stories, tales of medieval torture, urban legends, and true crime accounts. Make your way to some of the city’s favorite landmarks like St. Mary's Basilica, Collegium Maius, and Katyński's Square, but this time discover their lesser-known dark pasts.
Discover the highlights of Krakow’s Main Market Square on this small-group walking tour. You’ll save hours researching the best places to visit, and you won’t have to worry about planning transport as everything can be explored on foot. Your experience will be much better than exploring Krakow alone, as your guide will navigate and tell you about the legends and stories behind the city’s most popular attractions.
Explore Poland’s most prized architectural gem on a guided tour of Wawel Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn about the history of the Gothic hilltop complex, which dates back to the 14th century and was the royal residence of many Polish kings. Skip the entrance lines, and stroll through grand courtyards, regal chambers, chapels and museum galleries while a guide shares tales from the castle’s long and illustrious history.
Discover for yourself why the Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of Poland’s most visited attractions and an original UNESCO World Heritage site with this half-day guided tour from Krakow. Descend deep underground to explore the captivating tunnels, chapels, and chambers carved into the salt rock over eight centuries. Learn the fascinating history behind one of the world’s oldest operating salt mines thanks to commentary from an English-speaking guide, and enjoy convenient pickup from select Kraków hotels.
Do you want to see how does the forest look like in the dark? Ever wondered how do Krakow's lights look like from the distance? If you want to know, join this tour available every day of the week, year around (If there is not too much snow in the ground!). It's exhilarating biking in the dark star gazing and trying to spot animals in the dark. And of course there is going to be some memorable single track action included as well! We will be visiting two viewing points, which are close to Krakow city center and choose the trails around those locations according to group's skills.
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.
Venture underground beneath Krakow’s Main Square to discover one of the city’s most unique museums. Enjoy a guided tour of the fascinating exhibitions, learn more about Krakow’s ancient history and medieval secrets, and be entertained by interactive displays and multimedia presentations.
Get a fantastic introduction to the rich history and resilient spirit of Krakow with this private city walking tour. See where Polish kings ruled and are buried at the Royal Wawel Castle, stroll through the atmospheric streets of the Kazimierz district, tour the remnants of the old Jewish ghetto established by the Nazis, and much more. Delve deeper into the city's wartime history with an included visit to Oskar Schindler’s Factory, and enjoy hotel transfers and personalized attention from your private guide, who will answer all your questions about this captivating Polish city.
Get a close-up view of Krakow on this walking tour around the Old Town area. As this is a private tour, you can go at your own pace, customize the itinerary, and see and do exactly what you want. Krakow’s streets and buildings are full of history, and you’ll learn all about it from your English-speaking guide. This is an ideal tour for first-time visitors to Krakow, and travelers who want an active way of seeing the city.
You will meet with a professional local guide, with whom you’ll visit the museum for 1,5 hour. The guide will introduce you to the story of Oskar Schindler and explain the historical background of the war period in Krakow. The museum’s interior will let you feel as you were walking the streets of Krakow from occupation times.
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.
Saddle up and explore the stunning Krakow countryside on a 4-hour, guided bike tour. Set out at a relaxed pace as you head past Pope John Paul II's old residence and take in the fresh air along the Vistula River. Then, pull over for a stop at the Tyniec Abbey, dating back to the 11th century. Check out the museum, discover the interior of the church and shop for souvenir goodies made by the monks themselves as you learn the history of the abbey from your guide.
Avoid the crowds on public transport and get around Krakow in a peaceful and efficient way—a bike tour. Going on a guided tour means there’s no need to worry about getting lost. Pedal past many unique city attractions including the Elvis Presley Monument, Twardowski Forest, the Canoe Center, and the spectacular Tyniec Abbey.
It's not often that you will have such a great mountain biking trails so close to the city center. You will see this as there is no time wasted getting straight into action after only few kilometres ride next to the beautiful Vistula river. There are plenty of really great trails in Las Wolski and you will be able to enjoy them riding a top-quality hardtail Radon, Cube or Kross mountain bike with RockShox Recon or Judy front suspensions.
The new way of experiencing the city. The only one E-Cruiser tour in Krakow. Chilling and cruising :)
Explore the biggest medieval square in Europe, learn about it`s heritage with the city`s heartbreaking history.
During the tour you will learn the history and legends, enjoy the views, take some great pictures, meet other tourists and ask all the questions to our local guide.
Enjoy the freedom and choose the tour route and duration that suit best your preferences:
1. Old town tour - 2 hours in Old Town
2. Total tour - 3 hours - Old Town and Kazimierz the former Jewish District
3. Jewish Quarter Tour - 1,5 hour only for Kazimierz.
Special offer for limited time only: you will get a 40% discount to rent our scooters after the tour!
If you need more freedom, you can choose only the E-Cruiser rental and experience Krakow on your own.
A charming guided trip off the city to visit local countryside around Cracow and to experience absolutely exceptional Jurassic terrains – the winner area of natural miracle competition by National Geographic Traveler (2013) and ‘The Witcher’ Netflix fantasy superproduction scenery (2020). Get know outskirts of Cracow’s aglomeration, meet authentic lifestyle of province, rural style and agriculture. Be close to nature, in calm and cosy region with highly protected gorgeous landscapes of karst topography, gorges, streams, colourful forests, white limestone rock formations with unusual shapes and caves, healing microclimate. See local architecture and castles, try regional food. Get off the city and immerse in Jurassic valleys and countryside…
Where it is: Cracow’s outskirts and deeper outskirts with countryside around, Pradnik valley, Jurassic Landscape Park or/and Paternity National Park
Explore deeper, take the right time - that's our philosophy. Private, no rush, not commercialized.
Great mountain biking trails start very close close to our meeting point. You will get straight into trail action after only a short 10 minutes ride to Krakus mound. You will be riding a top-quality hardtail Radon, Cube or Kross mountain bike with RockShox Recon or Judy (new version) front suspension and top of the line SRAM or Shimano gears.