Royal Capital of Poland

Poland’s former royal capital is one of the most attractive spots on the tourist map of Europe. Krakow is the most recognized “brand” among Polish cities. It is a city of inspiring contrasts: rich tradition and history, a treasury of national heritage, historical architecture and art, and at the same time an open, dynamically growing “young-at-heart” place. Each visitor can discover his own “magical” Krakow.

Day 1

Krakow

Meet with your guide at the lobby of your hotel and have a classic tour of Krakow, including walk around the magical Old Town with the largest mediaeval square in Europe. While there, you can stop to visit the oldest shopping mall, the Sukiennice cloth hall, and then the Church of the Virgin Mary with its magnificent Gothic wooden altar by Wit Stwosz. Then you go down via Kanoniczna and Grodzka street to Wawel Hill to see the courtyard of Wawel Royal Castle and Cathedral as well as Royal Tombs. The last part will be walk to Kazimierz to see the places connected with the Jewish Heritage. Kazimierz – the former Jewish district of Krakow with Old and Remuh Synagogues, Jewish Cemetery, Galicja Jewish Museum followed by Oscar Schindler’s Route.

 

Important:

Our rates, per person:
115,00 € if one pax
63,00 € if two pax
45,00 € if three pax

The rates include:
English speaking guide for half day classic city tour
Entrance to the Church of the Virgin Mary, Cathedral, Royal Tombs, Remuh or Old Synagogue
VAT tax

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