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The Royal Route

Royal Route is one of the most beautiful and famous routes in Poland. It retraces the path followed by Polish kings heading for their Residence on the Wawel Hill. It runs across the most magnificent sites of Krakow’s Old Town.

Starting in the vicinity of medieval city walls - St. Florian's Gate and Barbican, it leads you to the Main Market Square, one the biggest medieval squares in Europe. It's here where you can admire the landmarks of Krakow - former center of textile trade -the Cloth Hall , the Town Hall Tower and the most important temple of the city - St. Mary's Basilica.

Afterwards, the route takes you along the oldest Krakow’s streets: Grodzka and Kanonicza and ends up on the Wawel Hill where you should spend a while in the ring of castle walls and visit the Royal Cathedral and courtyard of the Castle - former Polish Kings' Residence.

Usually the tour takes about 3 hours.

The price of a guide service: 320 zlotys.

The entrance tickets are not included in the price. Please add the cost of the entrance ticket to St. Mary's Church (10 zlotys per person).