Despite the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the enforced Iron Curtain there are still many traces of Communism and its most famous legacies to be found in Krakow. Come visit the centrally-planned Socialist district of Nowa Huta were rugged steelworks and authentic Renaissance style houses built by the Soviets can be found. Originally this particular project was meant to be a model Communist city, which it didn't and instead became one of the centres of revolution and resistance within Poland.

Join a tour where you get to experience the district on a legitimate Trabant automobile that will surely make you feel like you have traveled back in time to the "good old days". Enjoy hearing stories and anecdotes from the daily grind and get a better understanding on how the life of the average Pole was under Communism rule on this fascinating Communism Tour!

This activity includes:

Local laid-back Crazy Guide - Hotel pick up/drop off - Trabant automobile - Nowa Huta district - Central Square - Residential units - Steelworks' headquarters - Soviet tank - Lord's Ark church - Refreshments in a Communist restaurant

    Traveler Reviews

  • “Excellent alternative way to see Kraków”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on May 20, 2018

    A really fun way to see Kraków, we did the half day trip with fab guide, Cornelia. We learnt so much about modern Polish history, in a lively and relevant way. Can't recommend this tour highly...

  • “Excellent”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on May 08, 2018

    We really enjoyed our tour with Eda in our bright green Trabant! She was very fun, interesting, thoughtful and shared a lot of knowledge. Learning about such recent history for Poland and more about...

  • “Great tour of old communism”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on May 02, 2018

    Terrific tour in Traby! Guide Milak??( Sorry Polish tough! ) Was funny and friendly )Meal in “Special place” had best dumplings in Kraków ! But most fun was the pickle and drinks as watched old...

Meeting point

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On arrival

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Things to note

Please note:
-Old Trabants can break down out of nowhere and it's just part of the adventure. In that case we'll continue on another Commie car or we'll call a taxi.
-The tour is not focused on accurate history, more on stories and anecdotes.


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