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Krakow in One Day Sightseeing Tour

Krakow in One Day Sightseeing Tour - Kraków, Poland
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Kraków, Poland

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For over a thousand years, Krakow has been the center of science, culture and art in Poland. Come and see for yourself upon boarding the Krakow in One Day Sightseeing Tour ... More info ›

For over a thousand years, Krakow has been the center of science, culture and art in Poland. Come and see for yourself upon boarding the Krakow in One Day Sightseeing Tour. You will see the likes of Wawel Castle and Cathedral, the Rynek Glowny - Main Market Square and St Mary's Church. It's a fine introduction to this historic city!

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Stop At: Kazmierz The Former Jewish District, Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053 Poland

Once independent, the city situated south of Wawel was the hub of Jewish life in Kraków for centuries, and today it is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the city.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Wawel Royal Castle, Wawel 5, Krakow 31-001 Poland

The spectacular renaissance palace that we admire today atop Wawel Hill is the result of the refurbishment of the Gothic Royal Castle in the first half of the 16th century according to the wishes of Sigismund I the Old (Zygmunt Stary). It was the abode of Polish kings and their closest family, while the stately halls provided a backdrop for courtly and political life.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Wawel Cathedral, Wawel 3, Krakow 31-001 Poland

The most important house of worship in Poland, whose imposing interior symbolically testifies to the continuity of the historical memory of generations of Poles. The last resting place of Polish kings, national heroes, eminent poets, and the patron saint of Poland – Bishop Stanislaus. For centuries, the venue of coronations.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Ulica Kanonicza Stare Miasto, Krakow Poland

An exceptionally picturesque little street, where every house boasts a long and rich history, often reaching back to the first half of the 14th century.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Royal Way (Droga Krolewska), Krakow Poland

ROYAL ROUTE – a former route of the royal retinue’s ceremonial processions. It runs from St. Florian’s Church, past the Barbican, along the preserved fragments of the city walls and St. Florian’s Gate, through Floriańska Street to the Main Market Square and through Grodzka and Kanoniczna Street to the Royal Castle on Wawel Hill. A wander along the royal route allows for seeing

the most precious churches and the most interesting tenement houses of the city. A part of the route (St. Mary’s Basilica – Wawel Hill) is being traversed to this day in the ceremonial processions, such as church processions at Corpus Christi or funeral processions towards Wawel Hill or the necropolis in Skałka.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego Collegium Maius, ul. Jagiellonska 15, Krakow 31-010 Poland

Founded by King Casimir the Great (Kazimierz Wielki) in 1364, the Jagiellonian is Poland’s oldest university, and in this part of Europe it is second only to Prague in terms of antiquity. Its oldest building, Collegium Maius, is over 500 years old.

Stop At: Krakow's Rynek Glowny Central Square, Center of Old Town, Krakow Poland

This is the place of the most “mosts”: the most important public space in Kraków, the most expansive Market Square of medieval Europe, it gathers everything most characteristic of the city and has its most distinctive hallmarks, and last but not least: the most beautiful, the most important, the most charming, the most…

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Sukiennice (Cloth Hall), Rynek Glowny 1/3, Krakow 31-042 Poland

One of the symbols of city, a pearl of renaissance architecture, Kraków’s oldest “commercial centre”: Sukiennice or the Cloth Hall is one of the most important elements of the architectural heritage of Kraków.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Bazylika Mariacka, Pl. Mariacki 5, Krakow 31-042 Poland

A history spanning over eight centuries, a high altar by Veit Stoss (Wit Stwosz), a bugle call, the star strewn murals by Jan Matejko covering the vaulting: all this in a single church! Moreover: in the very centre of Kraków!

Duration: 30 minutes

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Half Day City Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw

Half Day City Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw - Warsaw, Poland
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Warsaw, Poland

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Travel with the experts on the City Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw and let them show you famous landmarks, cultural centers and busy market squares. During the sightseeing tour of Warsaw you will gain a general impression of Poland's capital ... More info ›

Travel with the experts on the City Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw and let them show you famous landmarks, cultural centers and busy market squares. During the sightseeing tour of Warsaw you will gain a general impression of Poland's capital. By bus you pass the Royal Route with its aristocratic residences, historic churches and famous statues.

Historical sites such as the Ghetto Memorial, the Monument of Warsaw Uprising, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Grand Theatre, Chopin's monument, the Belvedere Palace and the Old Town are all seen on your tour.

At the Old Town you can enjoy a walking tour passing by the Castle Square, King Sigismund's Column, St. John's Cathedral, the Old Town Market Square and the Barbican.

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Communism Tour in a Genuine Trabant Automobile from Krakow

Communism Tour in a Genuine Trabant Automobile from Krakow - Southern Poland, Poland
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Southern Poland, Poland

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The Wall may be over and done with, but many of Krakow's most famous communist artifacts are alive and well!

Visit Nowa Huta, the district that still bears testament to the power of the Soviets. Most notably, your guide will lead you on a in-depth tour of the place that was originally given as a gift to Krakow by Stalin himself! These labyrinths of the tenements were done in imitation of the renaissance and meant to be a model communist city ... More info ›

The Wall may be over and done with, but many of Krakow's most famous communist artifacts are alive and well!

Visit Nowa Huta, the district that still bears testament to the power of the Soviets. Most notably, your guide will lead you on a in-depth tour of the place that was originally given as a gift to Krakow by Stalin himself! These labyrinths of the tenements were done in imitation of the renaissance and meant to be a model communist city. It later became one of the centers of the revolution and resistance within Poland, leading to the eventual overthrow of the Communist government.

This guided tour is complete with transportation in genuine Trabant automobiles - cars manufactured by the Eastern Bloc specialists. During your 2.5 hour tour, your young and energetic guide will lead you through this one-of-a-kind city and up to the gates of the steel mill that was originally in the heart of this district.

Upgrade to the Communism DELUXE Tour in Krakow (4 hours):

The Communism DELUXE Tour upgrade is a must-do for any visitor to Krakow! This tour was recently made famous by travel documentary maker Michael Palin after his feature in 'Palins New Europe' series in 2007. Also recommended by the BBC, Reuters, New York Times, Lonely Planet guidebooks and many others. An extended version of the standard Communism Tour in a Trabant automobile, the Communism Deluxe tour includes a trip to a Communist-era restaurant and guided visit to our private museum. Explore everyday life in Poland in the 1970's in our exclusive and unchanged Communist apartment. This deluxe tour includes the rare opportunity to eat pickled cucumbers and toast times past with Communist relic, Mr. Vieslav (upon request). You can also try your hand at driving the trusty Trabant. Enjoy lunch in an authentic Commie milk bar canteen.

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Krakow Half-Day Tour by Trabant

Krakow Half-Day Tour by Trabant - Southern Poland, Poland
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Southern Poland, Poland

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The best way to tour the lovely city of Krakow is in a Trabant, the classic Eastern Europe car. You'll experience the real Krakow on this lively tour, and visit parts of the city that go unnoticed by most visitors, in the company of your young and enthusiastic guide.

Krakow is an old city, even by European standards, and one of its greatest assets is the fact it has never been razed throughout its long and tumultuous history.

After being picked up in a genuine Trabant automobile, your tour begins with a visit to the Nowa Huta district, Krakow's famous communist enclave ... More info ›

The best way to tour the lovely city of Krakow is in a Trabant, the classic Eastern Europe car. You'll experience the real Krakow on this lively tour, and visit parts of the city that go unnoticed by most visitors, in the company of your young and enthusiastic guide.

Krakow is an old city, even by European standards, and one of its greatest assets is the fact it has never been razed throughout its long and tumultuous history.

After being picked up in a genuine Trabant automobile, your tour begins with a visit to the Nowa Huta district, Krakow's famous communist enclave. Originally a gift from Stalin, the working-class quarter boasts some classic communist architecture. Your guide will share first-hand accounts of what it was like to live behind the Iron Curtain.

Next, you'll visit the city's historic burial mounds, some of which date back to pagan times. The mounds were built as a memorial to Poland's most famous leaders and provide great panoramas of the city. From this vantage point, your guide will point out some of Krakow's more unusual landmarks.

The tour ends with a trip to Krakow's Jewish quarter. After being razed by the Nazis during World War II, this area is slowly being revitalized and is now home to the city's artist community. It's lined with great pubs and cafés, and you will definitely want to come back later to enjoy Krakow's authentic nightlife.

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Traces of Jewish Culture from Krakow

Traces of Jewish Culture from Krakow - Kraków, Poland
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Kraków, Poland

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$65.89

Explore Krakow’s rich Jewish heritage and culture on a 4-hour minivan and walking tour with an expert guide. Jews comprised a quarter of Krakow’s population before World War II, and its Kazimierz district was the center of Jewish life ... More info ›

Explore Krakow’s rich Jewish heritage and culture on a 4-hour minivan and walking tour with an expert guide. Jews comprised a quarter of Krakow’s population before World War II, and its Kazimierz district was the center of Jewish life. Explore this now resurgent area as your guide charts its prewar and wartime days and how Steven Spielberg used it as a backdrop for his movie ‘Schindler’s List.’ View the Old Synagogue, and Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery, and visit Oscar Schindler’s Factory museum to learn about Krakow’s and its Jews’ darkest hours.

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Stop At: Cracow Tours, ul. Krupnicza 3, Krakow 31-123 Poland

Situated by the Vistula river, Krakow is the cradle of Polish culture anda characteristic urban phenomenon. It is the former capital of Poland, the place of coronation and later the burial ground of almost all Polish monarchs. For a long time it has been attracting scholars with the oldest university in the country, artists with the cultural climate and pilgrims with the sanctuaries and holy relics. Since the beginning, Kraków has also been enticing tourists with its atmosphere, monuments, and recently also the memory of Pope John Paul II.

The legendary founder of the city was Prince Krak, the vanquisher of the Wawel Dragon (the effigy of the beast stands at the foot of Wawel Hill). Remnants of the oldest history of the city have been preserved in two mounds dating from the 7th century called the Wanda and Krak mounds. The first historical information about Krakow is contained in a 10th-century note of Ibrahim ibn Jakub. In the book of Muhammad al-Idrisi (dating from the 12th century) Krakow is described as a “beautiful and large city with many houses, residents, markets, vineyards and gardens.” At the beginning of the 12th century Gallus Anonymous depicted

Krakow as a thriving metropolis and wrote in his Chronicles: “Krakow, the capital city, excels all Polish cities.” Krakow was founded according to the Magdeburg law (by Bolesław V the Chaste) on the 5 June 1257. district) was inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage

Sites in 1978 as the first of its kind.It is important for the residents of Krakow to cultivate their traditions such as the annual nativity crib contest or the Lajkonik wandering in the octave of the

Corpus Christi (June) from Zwierzyniec to the Main Market Square.

Among the many eminent people connected to Krakow are the Pope John Paul II; the Nobel Prize poets Czesław Miłosz and Wislawa Szymborska; the founder of the avant-garde theatre Cricot-2, Tadeusz Kantor; the playwright Stanisław Mrozek; Stanislaw Lem – the legend of Polish fantasy writing; Stanislaw Wyspianski – a painter, poet, playwright, designer and the author of works such as the stained glass decorating the Franciscan Church; and Dr. Feliks “Manggha” Jasinski– the benefactor of the Japanese collection displayed currently in the Manggha Centre of Japanese Art and Technology funded by Andrzej Wajda.

Duration: 3 days

Stop At: Kazmierz The Former Jewish District, Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053 Poland

Once independent, the city situated south of Wawel was the hub of Jewish life in Kraków for centuries, and today it is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the city.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Old Synagogue (Stara Synagoga), ul. Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053 Poland

Standing on Szeroka Street Street, known not only as the stage of the final concert of the Jewish Culture Festival but also as the centuries-old centre of Jewish life in Kazimierz, is one of the oldest synagogues in Poland preserved in such a good condition.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Remuh Synagogue (Synagoga Remuh), ul. Szeroka 40, Krakow 31-053 Poland

The smallest of the seven synagogues of Kraków, it has long contrasted with the others due to its decidedly more modest decor. After the renovation completed in April 2016, it became the main site of prayer for the members of the Jewish community in Kraków.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Szeroka Street, ul. Szeroka, Krakow Poland

Szeroka Street is the heart of Jewish Kazimierz. Let a testimony to its significance be the fact that four synagogues used to stand on the street, which was unheard of anywhere else in Europe.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: The Ghetto Heroes Square, Plac Bohaterow Getta, Krakow Poland

Situated in the Podgórze district, which in 1941 was turned into the Krakow Ghetto, the former Plac Zgody [Concord Square] was designated 'Umschlagplatz' under the Nazi occupation, the place where the Jews had to congregate to be deported.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Apteka pod Orlem - Ghetto Eagle Pharmacy Museum, pl. Bohaterow Getta 18, Krakow 30-547 Poland

Tadeusz Pankiewicz could not possibly have foreseen while taking over his father’s pharmacy that he would make history together with the enterprise.

Stop At: Muzeum Krakowa, oddzial Fabryka Emalia Oskara Schindlera, ul. Lipowa 4, Krakow 30-702 Poland

Where the tumultuous history of a world war meets everyday life, and private lives – a tragedy that affected the whole world.

Duration: 1 hour

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THE POWER OF MODERNISM

THE POWER OF MODERNISM - Krakow, Poland

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Krakow, Poland

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Too new to be treated as a full-fledged monuments, too old to be pulled down without regret – monuments of modernist architecture. Krakow has many splendid exapmles of this trend ... More info ›

Too new to be treated as a full-fledged monuments, too old to be pulled down without regret – monuments of modernist architecture. Krakow has many splendid exapmles of this trend. They are not fully appreciated and usually not shown during standard tours but they can really surprise you with their design and histories behind them. Almost every district in old part of Kraków can boast with examples of modernist architecture of 20s and 30s. Numerous public buildings but also private homes are hidden outside bitten roots of tourists. But modernism continued also after war and also from that period we can find outstanding examples of designs of Polish architectures stating with Nowa Huta district built in social realist style (interesting in itself) but enriched with breeze of modernism as well.

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Pass By: FORUM Przestrzenie, Marii Konopnickiej 28, 30-307 Kraków, Poland

We will have a walk around Krakow in searching of the best examples of modernist architecture!

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