What does Poland taste of? A journey that will delight your taste buds and surprise us with traditionals culinary aromas.
Things to do Krakow Food Tour
The Krakow Food Tour is a journey to feast your five senses on. An English speaking guide will ensure that no detail is left out and that we enjoy every single dish.
On our tour you will get to know all the tastes and ingredients that make up the most typical dishes in Krakow´s cuisine. Feel at home and relax, we´ll begin by trying Zurek, the home made soup that is sure to warm up your heart.
Try some of the most popular recipes like the Pierogi dumplings, their golden colour and smell will make you want to eat as many as possible! They are stuffed with a selection of meat, vegetables, spicy potates... true local Polish flavours.
We couldn´t go without trying the national dish! Bigos is a stew made with meat and a selection of vegetables and with a splash of red wine. Did you know that this dish can take up to three days before you can eat it? That´s how you achieve that amazing flavour.
More than 10 different filling tapas that won´t cease to surprise you: The well known Polish suasages Kielbasa, the sea taste of Sledz, pickled cucumbers in wooden molds and there´s even a sweet touch: it´ll be a real surprise.
We´ll be accompanied on our adventure by a drink only fit enough for the most adventurorus of drinkers!
What are you waiting for to try our Krakow Food Tour? Book your place!
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Guide in Spanish and English
2 hours 30 minutes
Older than 16 years old: 39.00 €
Children (7-15): 39.00 €
Children (0-6): free
Availability and starting time
14:30 - Thursday
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
Cancel free up to 1 day before the activity and receive a full refund.
The best English Speaking guides of Krakov
Tapas of typical Polish dishes (Tour suitable for vegetarians - not for vegan and gluten intolerant).
Covid-19 safety and protection regulations
Transportation (walking tour)
Between the Barbican and the Door of San Florián
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?