Enjoy the beauty of Krakow with the best guides in the city. Get to know in 2 hours the best of the historic center and its essential places to visit.
Krakow's Old Town survived the Second World War. That is why you can still feel the atmosphere of what was the capital of the largest country in Europe. Join us on a tour of a city that has not changed much since the Middle Ages and you will find out why it was included in the first UNESCO heritage list.
We will show you where to look to find traces of the city in its golden age in the 15th and 16th centuries, when Copernicus himself walked these streets. Those were the days when Krakow heard different languages, colorful clothing and exotic goods and people from all over the world traveling here to seek their fortune. But despite the ups and downs, history never forgot the essence of the city, and its days of wealth and prosperity turned into times of collapse and decline. The most recent tragedy, World War II, and the despair of communism are something that can still be felt under the seemingly calm and peaceful surface of contemporary Krakow. It was during these dark times that Krakow became the home of a young man, who would later change the fate of Poland and the world. His name was Karol Wojtyla, better known as Pope John Paul II.
As in any good story, Krakow should have its happy ending, right? Today's city is sure to give you one! Join us and you are ready to see, touch, hear, smell and taste. You will need all your senses to discover Krakow!