Kraków – the city of living history. Most popular tourist destination in Poland – not without a reason! Famous from the marvelous Old Town with mysterious, narrow streets, hidden architecture treasures.
For the Kraków beginners, we propose a city walk with a licensed, specialized guide. It is a perfect introduction to future in depth Kraków expeditions. You will walk around the Main Market Square (every hour you can listen to the traditional anthem played from the tower of the St. Mary’s Church), admire the historical buildings and tenement houses. St. Mary’s Church is well-known from the gothic wooden altar (there are over 200 sculptured characters).
We cannot miss the Cloth Hall, where you can buy some original, hand-made souvenirs, regional products, etc. Then you will head for the historical buildings of the Jagiellonian University (one of the oldest in Europe). On the way to the Wawel Hill, where the castle located is, you will also visit the most beautiful churches: St. Peter’s and Paul’s Church, St. Adalbertus Church.
The final stop is Wawel Castle – the former seat of Polish kings. If you wish, you can order a longer version of the sightseeing (5 hours) and visit also the castle interiors.