How to make the most of your Krakow walking tour
Krakow is the greatest place in Poland for a walking tour. All the historic sights with the exception of Wawel Royal Castle are located on a flat terrain, within walking distance and are accessible via foot and every kind of public and private transportation. This is the main reason walking tours are so popular in the city. To go and see the Old Town, Jewish Quarter and WWII Ghetto area in Podgorze you would need a total of around 4 hours, but within this time you would see the most spectacular and well known Krakow sights, buildings, monuments and remembrance sites.
Private tours or small group tours are the best ways to see Krakow and your guide will make sure you enjoy exploring the city. As part of a small group you can get to know the guide better and get insider information on the city – the point of doing a tour, right? A private or a small group is of course much more demanding – the guide really needs to know their stuff, since guests always have many questions. But our guides will happily always answer any questions customers may have.
To make the most of your Krakow walking tour, simply be sure to book a private or a small group tour. Your guide will always be there for you, giving you hints and tips about the city and helping to make the tour enjoyable. Be advised though, that if you are in a small group tour with other participants that you didn’t know before the tour it might be a little challenging to keep the guide just to yourself, as we want everybody to be happy and satisfied. The best option for you would be a private tour then, where you get a private guide just for yourself and your friends. Bon voyage!
If you have a private guide you can always go further and see something extra – such as a part of the exhibition in the Old Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter in Kazimierz.
Images by Mateusz Świercz for Absolute Tours