Krakow Tours

Kraków packs a lot into a compact space. Two days will give you a decent shot at seeing most major sights, but even then you’ll have to keep moving and keep focused. Thankfully, there are plenty of cafes along the way to grab an energising cup of coffee or piece of cake. Jewish history in Poland goes back more than a thousand years, when the country was the epicenter of European Jewish life. Always Poland’s cultural capital, Krakow in particular holds a special place in Jewish lore, with many a Yiddish poem written about the old Kazimierz neighborhood and its vibrant Jewish culture. The horrors of the Holocaust ravaged Poland’s Jewish community to near-extinction, but lately there have been signs of a revival. Poles – Jews and Gentiles alike – are rediscovering their shared history as Jewish life and culture is slowly returning to Krakow.

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Wieliczka Salt Mine tour
1779 reviews

Take an unforgettable guided walk along the 3-kilometer-long tourist route 135 meters under the ground. Book this half-day Wieliczka Salt Mine excursion and a professional, English-speaking driver will pick you up at the meeting point and drive you strai

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€48.30
18543 customer recommendations
4.5 hours Krakow
Wieliczka and Auschwitz in one day
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Wieliczka and Auschwitz in one day
1615 reviews

Explore one of the darkest chapters in the history of Europe in the 20th century on a 7-hour tour from Krakow. Visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, and then go for an amazing walk in the Wieliczka Salt Mine

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€80.50
17386 customer recommendations
12 hours Krakow
Krakow in one day - city tour by electric car
1513 reviews

The professional, English-speaking driver-guides will take you on an unforgettable journey in an eco-friendly electric car. This guarantees that you can visit the city's 3 most historical districts in just 3 hours. Get to know the city and its history

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€17.25
16473 customer recommendations
3 hours Krakow
Wieliczka Salt Mine tour & Wawel Audio Guide
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Wieliczka Salt Mine tour & Wawel Audio Guide
878 reviews

Book this tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine and meet your driver at designated meeting point in Krakow. Once you are finished visiting Salt Mine, you can come to Krakow, grab your Audio guide and hit the Wawel Hill

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9338 customer recommendations
4.5 hours Krakow
Wieliczka Salt Mine Ticket  & Wawel Audio Guide
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Wieliczka Salt Mine Ticket & Wawel Audio Guide
472 reviews

Visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine with a licensed live guide and discover the Wawel Hill on your own with our audio-guided tour!

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5135 customer recommendations
5 hours Krakow
Wieliczka Salt Mine Skip the line ticket
320 reviews

Take an unforgettable guided walk along the 3-kilometer-long tourist route 135 meters under the ground. Book this 2-hour live guided tour in Wieliczka Salt Mine a professional local guide.

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€34.27
3281 customer recommendations
2-2.5 hours Krakow
Krakow by Night - City Tour by Electric Car
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Krakow by Night - City Tour by Electric Car
280 reviews

During the night, thousands of lights illuminate Krakow and the city can fully show its romantic side. You will fully feel this unique atmosphere during our “Krakow by night” tour. Take a ride around the beautiful Old Town and Jewish Quarter,

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€14.95
2870 customer recommendations
1.5 hours Lowest price guarantee
Schindler Factory Skip the Line Ticket
253 reviews

Learn about both the individual and collective horrors that Polish citizens suffered under Nazi occupation at the original site of Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory

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€2.07
5454 customer recommendations
1,5 hours Krakow
Creepy Krakow- 2–Hour Dark Secrets Walking Tour
152 reviews

On your creepy Krakow walking tour, discover the dark side of Krakow. Learn about Krakow's legends, scary anecdotes and the horrifying stories based on true life. Uncover the creepy side of Krakow by joining the tour just when the sun goes down.

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€12.65
3078 customer recommendations
2 hours Krakow
Wawel Castle
1 Take a private guided tour of Wawel Castle which is the crown jewel of architectural treasures in Krakow. It is regarded as Poland's most important historical and artistic building. It consists of great halls, courtyards and churches situated on the top of Wawel Hill. On a tour, you can stroll through the impressive royal chambers and learn about the turbulent history of its buildings, members of the Royal family and politics.  
Wieliczka Salt Mine
2 Visit the worlds most well-preserved salt mine on a private guided tour. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is among the top attractions in Krakow and when you are there, you can see why. There are a number of tour routes to take such as the Tourist Route seeing the saline lakes, magnificent chapels or the Miners Route for the more daring as you travel deeper to the depths of the mine and your veins start to pump adrenalin!  
Ojcowski National Park
3 There are many fantastic and exciting sightseeing and activity tours to do in Ojcowski National Park which is located on the outskirts of Krakow. This national park maybe Polands smallest but it is regarded to be among the most attractive. It consists of many caves, rocky passes, scenic ravines, natural rock formations such as its most famous ‘Club of Hercules” and a diversity of flora and fauna to investigate.
Main Market Square of Krakow
4 The most popular start and finish point for city tours of Krakow is at its Main Market Square. This central Square in Old Town is among the largest of Europes medieval squares and it has witnessed many famous and sometimes horrific events through the centuries. The uniquely named elegant townhouses which surround the square are full of curiosities and history. This is where you will find great Christmas and Easter Markets.
Rynek Underground
5 A truly unique guided tour to intrigue you in Krakow is of Rynek Underground. This is a museum that is located four metres below Main Market Square. It is a very popular and hi-tech museum where you can explore the likes of medieval merchant stalls dating to before the 13th century which were recently excavated. There are over 6,000m of exhibits to see with the majority being multimedia and fascinating. 
Sukiennice (Cloth Hall)
6 The central feature of Main Market Square and Krakow’s most recognizable attractions is Cloth Hall or Sukiennice. This structure dates back to the mid 13th century and originally looked like two rows of trading stalls made of stone with a road running through the centre. However, a roof was built and it became the trading hall. This structure has been through destruction and development and has much to offer a curious tourist.
St Mary’s Basilica
7 St Mary’s Basilica is just another reason why the Main Market Square is great for guided tours. Its original church was left in ruins an the 13th Century and rebuilt in the style of Gothic Architecture. During the 15th century, the iconic towers were added and it is from one of these towers that the famous, on the hour, bugle call comes from. There is much to see and explore on a fascinating tour of its magnificent interior.
National Museum in Krakow
8 This National Museum was established in 1879 and was the original national art collecting institution for Poland. The only public accessible museum up to the end of the First World II. On a private guided tour, you can see wonderful collections of decorative art, arms and armour, ethnography objects, archaeological objects, memorabilia and historical documents from Poland and many other destinations.
Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory
9 Reopened in 2010 as a world class public museum the Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory should be a place to see on a private guided tour. Everyone now knows the amazing story of Oskar Schindler and his employee's thanks to the movie Schindler’s List and this museum is a permanent exhibition named ‘Krakow During Nazi Occupation 1939-1945’. This factory is regarded as the country’s most fascinating museums.
Planty Park
10 The perfect escape from city life in the city is Planty Park. While the park is not the medieval city walls that were destroyed and not rebuilt, it is a lovely refreshing alternative. The park encircles the centre of Old Town and has many charming and unique features. On a break from sightseeing tours, this is somewhere to relax and admire the flowers, trees and historical monuments from the plentiful benches found everywhere.

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