Join City Walks Krakow as we delve into the city's Medieval past. From its humble beginnings as a merchant town, to its transformation into a royal city and the once capital of Poland; Krakow has one of the most fascinating histories in Europe.

Journey with us into the past, as we explore the cobbled streets once walked by famed astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus and peer through stained glass windows into the life of Stanislaw Wyspianki; Poland's most famous artist. Along the way we will visit Krakow's royal castle and cathedral, see the city's famous Cloth Hall- a UNESCO world heritage site and listen intently as the St. Mary's trumpeter plays his hourly Henyal call from St. Mary's Basilica. If you're ready to discover the magic of Krakow, and tales of witches' curses and fire breathing dragons, then join us every day at 11am!

Meeting point

St Marcy Church Krakow

On arrival

Please meet us in front of St Mary's Church in the Main Square look out for the guide with the Blue Umbrella. We meet at 11:00 am every day of the week.

Things to note

Booking for this tour is required to reserve your space specially during high season. This helps us to guarantee you'll receive a top quality tour!