Cycle the scenic streets of Krakow on this 4.5-hour bike tour. Led by a local guide, pedal past the city’s top attractions, such as the former residence of Oskar Schindler, 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 will conclude at your original departure point.
- Sightseeing tour of Krakow by bicycle
- Bike your way around the city's famous attractions
- See Pope John Paul II's window
- Pass by the former home of Oscar Schindler and visit his factory
- Flat roads are ideal for cycling on your beach cruiser!
Your tour will begin in the main market square of Krakow, the largest medieval square in Europe. Follow your guide along the Planty Gardens to Poland's oldest university, Jagiellonian University, founded in 1364.
Continue to the Bishop's Palace to glimpse Pope John Paul II's famous window, and pass the former residence of Oskar Schindler, as well. Stop to admire the Wawel Castle, the stately home of Polish royalty for centuries and today one of the country’s premier art museums.
Travel along the Vistula River before entering the Krakow Ghetto. Here, you’ll see remnants of Kazimierz, Krakow's historical Jewish quarter, before stopping to relax at an authentic Polish restaurant for lunch. Located inside an old Jewish general store, carpenter's shop and tailor shop, settle in among the 19th-century equipment, including sewing machines and carpentry tools for a unique dining experience.
After lunch, journey back toward your original departure point, where your tour will conclude.
Lunch Sample Menu:
Gołabki: stuffed cabbage rolls, with rice and minced port with mushroom or tomato sauce poured on top.Perogies: stuffed dumplings with either cheese and potato, cabbage and mushroom, (the vegetarian option) and/or minced pork fillingBigos: Traditional cabbage stew with sausage, mushroom, cabbage, and a hint of plum
The more guests we have on tour the larger variety of foods you will get to try. For one person is on the tour you will get to try the Gołąbki, two people - Gołabki and Perogies, three and more will get to try all three dishes.
All tables are provided with a carafe of water and an appetizer of Jewish Maca bread with a choice of three different toppings: chili, garlic sauce, and garlic oil. Any additional beverages or food will be at your own expense.