Enjoy the iconic monuments of Krakow!

Walk with the experienced, licensed guide through the Old City and Kazimierz Jewish Quarter to see all the icons of the city locally.


  • Walk the Royal Route and discover the stories of the people who have made Krakow the city it is today.
  • Gaze at awe-inspiring local landmarks in the Old Town and get the lowdown on their place in royal history.
  • Explore the bohemian district of Kazimierz with its Jewish monuments and vibrant city life

Language: English

Inclusions: Local English-speaking licensed guide

Exclusions: Food and drinks, souvenirs and personal shopping, tips/gratuities for your guide.

Schedule details

    Public Tours

    • Duration: 4 hours
    • Meeting point: 2 Bernardynska Street, in front of the entrance to Bernardine Church.
    • Starting time: 10 AM
    • Ending point: Kazimierz Jewish Quarter (we will help you to find your way back).
      • Private Tours

        • Duration: 4 hours
        • Meeting point: Pick-up from your centrally located hotel in Krakow.
        • Starting time: 9.00 AM, 10.00 AM, 1.00 PM, 3.00 PM
        • Ending point: Your guide will assist you to your hotel or any other centrally-located place of your choice.

        Full Itinerary

        Your local guide will meet you at the bottom of Wawel Hill and within 4 hours will show you all the ‘must-see’ places in the Old Town and Kazimierz district, but from a whole new, local perspective. At first, we will climb for some extraordinary panoramic views and, after seeing the facade of the Royal Cathedral and the courtyard of the Royal Castle, we will go down the Royal Route up to the Main Market Square. We’ll pass by all the popular landmarks like the Collegium Maius, Cloth Hall, Town Hall Tower, and St. Marry’s Basilica, but you’ll also hear the extraordinary stories and anecdotes behind them all. Forget the historical facts – we’re going to share the secrets from our monarch’s private lives and even let you in on a tale or two about Copernicus, Pope John Paul II, and a famous rabbi – Remuh.

        After a short break in the very heart of the city, we’ll walk towards Kazimierz, the most local and beloved district of Krakow. This is the former Jewish quarter, where every single home and building has its own fascinating story to tell, a unique neighborhood where the old and new coexist, where art galleries and cafes share equal space with monuments of Jewish culture. This is also the place where portions of Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List were filmed.

        Our tour will end in the catholic part of Kazimierz in the middle of Wolnica Square. Great place for different options: you can come back to the city center (just 10 minutes walking), have a stroll or a cruise along the Vistula river, grab a local lunch, or take with us another tour to the former ghetto and Schindler museum which will start in the same place at 2 p.m.
        Additional information

        Confirmation of booking: If you have your voucher, your booking is confirmed. We’ll see you at your hotel for pick up. Please check your hotel details are correct on the voucher. If your details are not correct, it is very important to please email us to confirm you are the correct pick-up hotel using the contact details on the voucher. If you prefer you may also phone the change through to us during business hours.

        Child Policy: This is a child-friendly tour.

        Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour

        • Your guide will be a local person for who guiding is a real job, not just a hobby
        • On this tour, your guide will tell you everything you want to know about the Polish culture and history including Jewish history in Krakow and the revival of the Jewish community after the communist regime.

        Local contact

        Office phone number: +48 665 015 665
        Email address: info@krakowurbantours.com


        Bob from Australia

        Very informative. Learned much about the history of Poland and Polish customs. Highly recommended

        Laura from the USA

        Tomasz was very knowledgeable about Poland and Polish culture. Our family had a wonderful time exploring our ancestral roots and learning new traditions we hadn’t heard of and hearing explanations about traditions we had in our family and wanted to learn more about. 


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