This walking tour is an exercise in discovery of the city’s UNESCO listed Old Town. Take a journey through time as you explore Poland’s past and experience its present via a walk through the medieval Royal routes of Krakow’s Old Town. It offers you a great way to see the historic landmarks such as the St. Florian’s church and other amazing architectural works in Krakow. You will take a guided walking tour through fascinating sites of Old Town.
The walking path takes you past three streets- Florianska, Grodzka, and Kanonicza. Just like the royalties used to, you will walk along the medieval royal route. As you walk, you will learn about polish history, culture, legends and some fun facts. You will also catch sights of the Babican, one of the only three fortified outposts of its kind in Europe that still stands till today.
After a refreshing coffee break at a local café, visit one of the city’s most photographed landmarks- the elegant Cloth Hall and the amazing Underground Museum. You will visit the largest square in Europe, the oldest university in Poland- Jagiellonian University. Afterwards, you may call it a day
Your payment automatically entitles you to a professional, friendly English-speaking tour guide. However, fees for food and drinks not covered by the payment. Wouldn’t you like to hear what other travelers thin of this tour?
“Alex was extremely knowledgeable about Krakow and had some great stories to tell. He made the tour very interesting and fun. Would highly recommend.”
“This was an excellent experience :).”
This historical tour would introduce you to several architectural marvels. It’s great one both history and architecture fanatics.