Begin your foodie experience in central Krakow, where you’ll join up with your guide. Take off around the Rynek Główny, the city’s main square, and explore the hidden culinary gems frequented by the locals.
First, bite into an obwarzanek hot off the cart as you learn about the origins of this chewy, bagel-like treat. Then, venture through the food stalls of the Stary Kleparz market, sampling Polish favourites such as tangy sauerkraut and lip-smacking sausage.
As you walk, your guide will reveal the secrets of Krakow’s cuisine as well as the country’s rich culinary traditions, many drawn from the gastronomic influences of other cultures.
Afterward, savor a classic dish of zurek (sour rye soup) and pierogi (stuffed dumplings) at a traditional restaurant. Sample a few more classic dishes and receive a souvenir booklet with secret recipes to try back at home.
After three hours of Polish history, culture and culinary delights, finish your tour back in central Krakow.