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  • Jewish District in Kazimierz
    No visit to Krakow would be fully valuable without a tour of Kazimierz. For centuries it remained an independent town, inseparably bound with the history of Polish Jews.
  • Jewish ghetto. Holocaust in Krakow
    Ghetto in Krakow was established in March 1941 on the right bank of Vistula river in Podgorze district. All Jews from Krakow and Kazimierz were forced to settle within the ghetto walls.
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    Nowa Huta was built in 1950s by communists and intended to be the first town-symbol of socialist realism. Now it's one of Krakow’s districts, in the past, an ideal town for the communist propaganda.
  • The Royal Route
    Royal Way 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.

The Old Town

The tour will take you along the most important and beautiful sites in the Old Town part of Krakow encircled by the green ring of Planty Park.

Part of the tour is convergent with the Royal Route tour, but it's extended with the sightseeing of the old university district, Planty Park and Church of St. Francis of Assisi.

We usually set off at the Wawel Hill with the visit of the Royal Cathedral and arcaded courtyard of the Castle. Afterwords, along the oldest Krakow's streets, we head for one of the most beautiful temples of Krakow - the Church of St. Francis of Assisi. It's famous for its stained glass windows created by the great Polish artist, Stanisław Wyspiański.

Krakow prides itself on the oldest university in Poland. It's called the Jagiellonian University and was founded in 1364. The old university district is one of the must-see spots in the Old Town - you will have a chance to visit the courtyard of Collegium Maius and see the statue of Nicolas Copernicus, the famous astronomer, one if its graduates.

The tour is concluded with the sightseeing of the Main Market Square - one the biggest medieval squares in Europe. It's here where you can admire the landmarks of Krakow - the Cloth Hall, the Town Hall Tower and finally, the most important temple of the city - St. Mary's Basilica.


Usually the tour takes about 2,5-3 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).