Boasting over 1000 years of history, Krakow has seen a lot a various periods since its origins. Once there were times when kings and queens ruled the country, then countless wars in between, followed by times of happiness and sadness and sorrow. Then ultimately came the gloomy days of communism ruled Poland. Krakow is a city which retains all those periods in one place and you can witness the evidence of all the different times just by walking through it. Do you want to see the biggest medieval market square in Europe? Or do you want to gaze upon the oldest university in Poland? Discover stunning fortifications, buildings and local places, as well as learning about local legends and traditions of the city.
Our Free old Town Tour is an explicit introduction to the best of what Krakow has to offer. Come and join us for a walk and see what this medieval city is all about.
This activity includes:
- St Peter and Paul Church
- John Paul II’s window
- Town Hall Tower and Cloth Hall
- Jagiellonian University
- Slowacki Theatre
- Barbican and St. Florian’s Gate
- Wawel – Royal Castle
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Rynek Główny 4, 33-332 Kraków, Polska
Our tours start in front of Saint Mary's Church (Bazylika Mariacka / Kościół Mariacki). Look for your guide in GREEN t-shirt and with GREEN Umbrella. See you there!
Things to note
Since weather in Kraków can be quite unpredictable, please be ready to dress accordingly. We recommend: Umbrella, rain coat, water, sun screen etc, depending on the weather.
The minimum number of the people to start the tour is 4 – but we often run tours also with smaller groups!
This tour has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge of €2 fee per person.