Mesmerizing Heritage of Krakow – Walking Tour
Through an easy-paced 2-hour walking tour, discover some of the most fascinating sites, local corners, and stories of the magnificent Krakow. In the company of a local tour guide, embark on a session of discovery coupled with intriguing storytelling and sightseeing. Start the tour from historic Wawel Castle and learn about the history, culture, and development of Krakow over the centuries. Pass by and admire the incredible Wawel Cathedral and Museum and discover the Church of St. Peter and Paul, Krakow’s largest historical church with wealthy history and heritage to learn about. Stroll charming corners of Krakow’s main square and gaze upon the diverse monuments that unfold there. At the same time experience a local, vibrant atmosphere. Hear interesting facts about Krakow’s high-tech museum that opened more than a decade ago and end the journey near fascinating Krakow’s Citadel.
- Discover Krakow: from Wawel Castle to the Citadel.
- Marvel at Wawel Cathedral's sacred splendor.
- Embrace Main Square's vibrant essence.
- Professional local tour guide
Route & Duration
The Wawel Castle Museum has many exhibits and artifacts. and curators of the 10 departments responsible for collecting the drawings. You may spend more time at the Royal Private Apartments and State Rooms sections as there are many interesting exhibits. (Outside Visit)
Wawel Cathedral and Museum
There are a variety of artworks on display from Gothic to Renaissance, Baroque, classic to modern, at the Wavel Cathedral. See the aisles at the church, across the wings, and in the choir area. (Outside visit)
Church of Saints Peter and Paul
The Church of St. Peter and Paul is the largest historical church in Krakow when it comes to the number of people that can sit. Visiting St Peter and Paul's Church in the evening for a classical concert by talented musicians.
Main Square or Main Market Square is the center of Krakow and is one of the must-visit places for every visitor to Krakow. The main market square is free to visit from dawn until dusk. You can shop or just admire the architecture in the many attractions, museums, churches, synagogues, and more in this amazing place.
The Rynek Underground Museum is a high-tech museum that opened to the public in September 2010. Find coins and other items such as clothing, horse skulls, sewers, and the remains of ancient burnt settlements.
ST. Florian's Gate
You can hike to St. Florian Gates and see them one by one. However, visiting the city gates is also part of a tour of Krakow's Citadel, some towers including this tower.
The main entrance of Wawel Royal Castle
(Wawel 5, 31-001 Kraków, Poland)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.