Krakow Absolute Walking Tour
This is a single walking tour that covers 3 major parts of historic Krakow on a relaxed three-and-a-half hour walking tour through the heart of the ancient city.
At a walking pace, we cover the old town, Wawel Castle and the Jewish area of Kazimierc. Moving from one point of interest to another and enjoying the stories of our English speaking guide along the way. We also take in great views of Krakow, enjoy well-earned rest stop to sample a traditional Polish dessert and a good cup of coffee. This small-group interactive history walk, gives you an in-depth view of one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. Click here to get price information on the absolute tour or reserve your place now.
These are just some of the great places our tour visits (click on any highlighted ones for more info):
St. Mary’s Church
St. Adalbert’s Church
Adam Mickiewicz statue
The cloth hall
The clock tower
“Pod gruszką” restaurant
Monument of Queen Jadwiga And King Władysław Jagieło
St. Anne’s church
St. Anne’s street (Jewish street)
Collegium Maius (Jagiellonian University)
Collegium Novum (Jagiellonian University)
Statue of Nicolaus Copernicus
The Church of St. Francis of Assisi
Maximilian Kolbe Plack
Church on the Rock
It also includes a break for coffee, tea, or a glass of good beer.
Krakow Absolute Walking Tour Info
Meeting point: Absolute Tour Center – Plac Szczepanski 8, 31011 Krakow.
Just 2 minute’s walk north west of the main market square.)
When it goes: 10 am Daily
Duration: 3.5 Hours
Cost: Click here for prices and online booking
Meet up at our Absolute Krakow Centre, get to know your English-speaking guide and the other members of your group ( no more than 15 in a group) and then stroll together to really discover Krakow! It is also possible to reserve the same tour tour just for you and your friends. This well-loved tour goes off every day, all year round in almost any weather. Get to know the old town before moving into the Bohemian area of Kazimierc and learning about the Jewish community and history there, as well as enjoying a short rest and some refreshments. Finally we tackle the hill and, pek into the royal courtyard and finish off with some great views from Wawel Castle. Slow down, enjoy seeing the city from street level!