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Soak up a more personalized experience of Krakow on a 3-hour walking tour with a private guide. Explore the bustling Jewish quarter of Kazimierz and the Old Town, including St Mary’s Basilica, Cloth Hall and other major landmarks. As you go, learn about Krakow’s medieval legends and rich history from your guide. Refuel with a Polish dessert and beverage before topping off your trip with a visit to Wawel Royal Castle and the cathedral.

Highlights

  • 3-hour Krakow private walking tour including the Old Town
  • Explore the streets around Rynek Główny to see St Mary’s Basilica and the Cloth Hall
  • Learn about the history of Kazimierz, the city’s former Jewish quarter
  • See the Old Synagogue, Remuh Cemetery and more
  • Break for a coffee or soda and sample a classic Polish dessert
  • Stop for photos at Wawel Royal Castle and Wawel Cathedral
  • Enjoy a flexible itinerary and get insider tips on places to visit from a private guide

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Krakow is awash with historical intrigue. The private guide on this tour has hands-on knowledge of the city, so you can really dig deep into its colorful past. Be sure to ask for insider tips on places to see, restaurants and other attractions!

What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Krakow Walking Tour of Old Town, Kazimierz and Wawel Hill

Admire Wawel Cathedral on a private tour of Krakow

Meet your guide in Krakow's Old Town or at your hotel, depending on your preference. As this is a private tour, let your guide know if you'd like to tailor any parts of the route more closely to your interests.

Walk first to Rynek Główny, the largest medieval square in Europe. Gaze up at the gothic exterior of St Mary’s Basilica and learn about the famous trumpet call that plays on the hour from the tallest tower. Continue through the impressive square, passing Jagiellonian University, Cloth Hall, Francisco Church and other top sites.

Afterward, head to the district of Kazimierz, the epicenter of Jewish life in Krakow from the 14th century until World War II. Admire the exteriors of Remuh Cemetery, Remuh Synagogue and the Old Synagogue while hearing about the Jewish community’s contributions to the city over the centuries.

Stop to relax with a traditional Polish dessert, along with a soda or coffee. Recharged, hop on public transportation to Wawel Hill, home to the Wawel Royal Castle and Cathedral. Wander the castle's courtyards and the cathedral, and hear legendary tales of the Wawel Dragon. Conclude your tour with views over the Vistula River before returning to the city center.

Customer Reviews

William N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Sylvia the guide was exceptional , took us on a three hour sightseeing journey of informative historical facts, whilst making it very relaxing and enjoyable. Learnt so much which we can look at in more detail in our next visit to this inceredible city

Elizabeth T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

Fantastic walking tour with our charming local guide. Lots of personal anecdotes, lots of history and lots of legends. We saw all the main sights and got a great feeling for the area. Would definitely recommend it!

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