The magnificent Old Town of krakow is a must visit while in the city and this free walking tour is highly recommended to get the most from your time here. With very knowledgeable, friendly and genuinely enthusiastic local guides, the info is delivered in a fun style making for an interesting and enjoyable journey through the Middle ages to present day in a uniquely charming, historically important part of Krakow. Lasting approximately 2.5 hours, the pace & tempo is fairly relaxed and includes all the key sights of the district as well as local insider tips on this very worth-while free walking tour.
Kraków’s old town luckily survived the Second World War, and so you are able to feel the ambiance of the days when it used to be the capital of Europe’s largest country. Stunning, magnificent, romantic, charming, fun, friendly and most of all cute... there are countless words to describe Kraków, but none of them entire show its spirit. Come and join us for a tour around a city that hasn’t changed much from the Middle Ages to find out why it was included on the first ever UNESCO Heritage List!
Joining us, you can visit:
- Main Market Square with St Mary’s church
- Cloth Hall and Town hall Tower, remains of medieval city walls with Barbican and St Florian Gate
- St Francis Church
- Bishop’s Palace and „papal window”
- Wawel Hill with Cathedral and Wawel Castle
- Wawel Dragon
This activity includes:
- English-speaking guide
- Main Market Square
- St. Mary's church
- Cloth Hall
- Town hall Tower
- Barbican Gate
- St. Florian Gate
- St. Francis Church
- Bishop's Palace
- Wawel Hill
- Wawel Castle
- Wawel Dragon
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between Barbican and St. Florian's Gate
Between the Barbican and St. Florian's Gate - the medieval city walls area.
Things to note
Please arrive at the meeting point on time.