• Tour code: 35131P1
  • Location: Kraków, Poland
  • Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

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Explore Krakow’s history, architecture, and culture like a local on a 3.5-hour guided bike tour. Enjoy the fresh air and flexibility to stop often as you pedal through the charming streets of Old Town and the former Jewish district of Kazimierz, and visit landmarks like St. Mary’s Church, Oskar Schindler’s factory, and Wawel Castle.

Highlights

  • 3.5-hour bike tour of Krakow highlights
  • Pedal through the charming streets and squares of Old Town
  • Explore the city's Jewish heritage in Kazimierz and at Oskar Schindler's factory
  • See the fire-breathing dragon of Wawel Castle
  • Cover much more distance than a walking tour while saving feet from fatigue
  • Great introduction to the city for first-time visitors
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure

What You Can Expect

Choose from a morning or afternoon tour, and meet your guide in central Krakow. Hop on a quality rental bike and set off on a two-wheeled tour through the city’s most atmospheric districts. Admire the unique architecture of Old Town, including the historic buildings of Market Square, Florian Gate, and the old city walls. Your guide will stop to point out unique features, like the trumpet player that emerges from St. Mary’s Church to mark the time, and will share entertaining anecdotes from Krakow’s long and fascinating history.

Continue on to explore the small squares and winding streets of Kazimierz, the old Jewish district, and visit a historic Jewish cemetery. Learn about life in Krakow during the dark days of World War II as you visit the old Jewish ghetto and the factory once owned by Oskar Schindler.

Pedal along the Vistula River to reach Wawel Castle, the former royal residence of Polish kings and now one of the country’s premier art museums. Hear about the legend of the Wawel dragon and see the fire-breathing metal sculpture that guards the castle entrance. Finally, see local sites with ties to Pope John Paul II and get a glimpse into Krakow’s rich university culture before saying farewell to your guide at the end of the 3.5-hour tour.

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