Bluenose United Kingdom
Myself and wife found this tour fascinating gave you a taste of the real Poland sampling food in the market it was only a small group of 9 people. We also had included in the tour a visit to restaurant to have a meal during the communist time which in its self was interesting ,you go also to a delicatessen to sample Pope cake ending up finally a Vodka shot all in all fascinating well worth the money would recommend
Great time. Guide not only explained things well, but had fun doing it. Plenty of food loved the farmers market.
Our guide was great. He took us on an easy walk for someone like me who has bad knees and back and has trouble with walking. The food he introduced us to was delicious and we even went back to the open air farmers market to get some delights we were shown the day before.
Great tour! I can't believe how much food we got during the tour. Do not eat lunch before you start - you'll be stuffed by the end. Great value and lots of fun. I recommend this tour to anyone wanting to get a taste of Polish cuisine.
Excellent tour!! You get to eat a lot of food too! So I recommend you don and #39;t eat before you go!
Eugene, our tour guide. tailored the tour to our tastes and interest. His knowledge of Polish food and the city of Krakow proved invaluable during our entire stay in Krakow. We returned many times to the various places that we visited on this tour. His tour was one of the highlights of our stay in Krakow.
Fantastic. Guide was extremely friendly and the experience was great. A
HTravelerUK United Kingdom
This was the highlight of our trip to Krakow. Our guide Joanna was fantastic - so friendly and eager to help. We tried so many different dishes, and were taken to some fantastic little places and hidden gems we would never have found on our own. In many of the local places we went to they didn't speak English, so it was great to have our guide there to translate and recommend things. The shop-keepers, stall holders and cafe owners seemed genuinely excited for us to try their dishes and we learned a lot about the local culture through the food we tried. We felt like we saw the 'real Krakow' and I particularly enjoyed the apple doughnuts and the sweet Pierogi - they were absolutely delicious! We were full to bursting by the end of the tour, because we were reluctant to waste anything, and the portions were generous.
We purchased our tour which was scheduled for 11am. My daughter and I arrived 15 minutes before our scheduled tour time. After waiting 30 minutes for our guide to arrive, I asked the person at the travel agency to find out where our guide was. After making a call she told us our tour was never scheduled for 11am and that we needed to return at 230pm. I explained to her we had a flight in the afternoon and could not come back. She did not care or offer us any solution. She told us that Viator made the mistake and we needed to take it up with them. What I don't understand is why we received a confirmation stating our tour was at 11am. Also, why when I look on viator's website does it still show this tour offered for 11am. WE ARE VERY DISAPPOINTED and had looked forward to this tour. The tour office is only a broker and could have cared less.
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