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Treat your taste buds to a 2.5-hour food and walking tour through the evening-lit streets of Krakow. Try tastings of local 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.

Highlights

  • 2.5-hour early evening food walking tour of Krakow
  • Visit several local eateries and bars to taste traditional Polish delicacies
  • Sample local specialities such as rich soups and oscypek cheese
  • Taste authentic Polish pierogies stuffed with potato, meat or other fillings
  • Down a delicious local beer and shot of much-loved 'bison grass' vodka
  • Taste some typically Jewish delicacies in the food and bar district of Kazimierz
  • Hear about Polish cuisine and learn about Krakow’s culinary heritage

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What You Can Expect

Krakow Evening Food Walking Tour

Krakow Evening Food Walking Tour

Begin your evening tour in central Krakow, where you’ll take off into the streets with your guide.

Travel first to Mały Rynek (Small Market Square) and try oscypek (smoked sheep’s cheese) and other specialties. Sip on some refreshing Polish beer before heading to Rynek Główny, the city’s main market square. As you go, hear more about Poland’s culinary influences and history from your guide, including how exactly the Poles came to hold stew, pierogies and soup so close to their hearts.

Continue to one of the square's hidden gems to sample a hot, Krakovian soup. Learn the signficance of beetroot soup while you eat, and the story behind the city's yearly soup festival.

After following your guide past Wawel Royal Castle and Cathedral, stop to dig into some authentic pierogies. Savor a taste of the ‘real deal,’ stuffed with meat, potatoes, cheese, sauerkraut or even fruit.

Afterward, head to Kazimierz, the former Jewish district that has since been transformed into a bustling culinary hub, with many restaurants still loyal to their Jewish roots. Complement your dishes with a shot of ‘bison grass’ vodka, containing a blade of grass from the Białowieża Forest for freshness.

With taste buds sated, you’ll part ways with your guide here, where you can continue exploring the area on your own.

Customer Reviews

Andrew D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

We met our guide pawel and he was immediately friendly and a really positive guy and a great guide. The food and drink are very tasty and it was a great window into polish food and drink.

Diane R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Mateus was a fantastic guide who took us to amazing places with exceptional food, all the while telling us about how it related to the history and traditions of Poland. One could not find a more personable and accommodating guide. We hope when we return to Poland he will be able to take us on another food adventure.

Patrick R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Great night. Mateusz was a fantastic guide.

Annie W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

My family and I really enjoyed the tour! Great to try traditional Polish food in places off the main track, felt more authentic! Our guide Mateusz was very friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable about the food and the local areas we walked through. We thought it would be just small tasters of the food but there was more than enough for everyone - we were very full at the end but definitely in a good way! One restaurant was so good we went back for more during our stay! Great way to get a feel for the city of Krakow, would definitely recommend to all.

beth.richardson8

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

My favorite part of our visit to Krakow. Our guide Marta was amazing. Such a nice genuine person who really wanted to show us the local side of Krakow. Every place we visited was unique and was filled with locals. The food and beer was great. The best we tried throughout the entire trip. I highly recommend this tour. Well worth it.

Nicola S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

So much amazing food! And a great way to see a few different areas in Krakow. Our guide was fantastic, and it was also a big plus having reserved tables set up for us in what were very busy restaurants and bars.
We ate far too much at the beginning: save some space for the end!

Jean H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Strongly recommend this unique tour. Our guide Marta was charming and clearly passionate about her city's culture and cuisine. The tour is very well organized and we were readily welcomed at each of the locally owned dining establishments we visited. As a tourist, you would not be able to have these delicious and delightful dining experiences combined with interesting facts and stories about Krakow in one evening.

andrewcaple

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

FANTASTIC! A great introduction on our first night, our guide was excellent, we had some fun and he stayed well beyond the allotted time with us.

Robert H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Wonderful evening. Local brews, yummy soup, 6 kinds of pierogi. Vodka, and lemon tarte. Yum. Monika was a delight.

Catherine T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Monika was an amazing guide who took us to wonderful, off the beaten path places. We would highly recommend this tour.

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