Cracow with Kazimierz
disctrict and a cruise on the Vistula River
SIGHTSEEING OF THE FORMER CAPITAL OF POLAND
Krakow is a city with over a thousand years of history, high cultural and architectural values. It attracts with its monuments, wealth of culture, and incredible atmosphere. During the trip, we will see places inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List: Wawel with the Old Town and the Kazimierz district.
DESCRIPTION OF ATTRACTIONS CRACOW AND A CRUISE TOUR
Kazimierz - the famous Jewish district - is one of the most atmospheric places in Krakow. From its establishment in the 14th century until the early 19th century, Kazimierz was an independent city. For many centuries, it was a place of coexistence and intermingling of Jewish and Christian cultures
Today, Kazimierz is a vibrant cultural and artistic district that attracts those who want to experience the spirit of Krakow's bohemia. Cozy cafes and restaurants, galleries and antique shops, cobbled streets, and Jewish cultural landmarks create a charming atmosphere that is irresistible.
and St. Mary's Basilica
The Main Market Square has exceptional historical, cultural, and social significance. Its history dates back to the 13th century, and it is currently the largest (4 hectares) square in Krakow and one of the largest markets in Europe. The Main Market Square is surrounded by centuries-old tenements, palaces, renowned shops, and famous restaurants.
St. Mary's Basilica is famous for its largest Gothic altarpiece in Europe, created by Master Wit Stwosz. The famous bugle call of St. Mary's is played every hour from the church tower. While exploring the Main Market Square, we will also see the Cloth Hall and the monument of Adam Mickiewicz
Wawel is our national and cultural symbol. It was the residence of Polish rulers, their necropolis, and a place where Polish history was shaped. Wawel Cathedral is the coronation cathedral of Polish kings and the place of their eternal rest. Great leaders and creators of Polish culture, including Adam Mickiewicz and Juliusz Słowacki, are also buried here.
To conclude our visit to Wawel Hill, we will take a boat cruise on the Vistula River to admire the sights of Krakow from a different perspective. During the cruise, you will have the opportunity to purchase beverages and snacks.
THE PRICE INCLUDES
→ bus transportation
→ tour guide assistance
→ guided tour of Krakow
→ tour guide in Krakow
→ St. Mary's Church: 15 PLN adults/ 8 PLN seniors 60+, children up to 8 years old, youth, students, pensioners, Large Family Card holders/ FREE for children up to 8 years old
→ Old Synagogue: 18 PLN adults/ 14 PLN students, teachers, pensioners, retirees/ 36 PLN family ticket (2 adults + 2 children up to 16 years old or 1 adult + 3 children up to 16 years old)
→ Wawel Cathedral, Sigismund Bell: 22 PLN adults (+ 12 PLN audio guide in a foreign language)/ 15 PLN children, school youth, students, teachers, pensioners, retirees (+ 8 PLN audio guide in a foreign language)
→ Vistula River boat cruise 30 minutes + audio guide: 35 PLN/person
→ sandwich 10 PLN
NOTE! The organizer is not responsible for changes in entrance fees during the season
monday - friday → 8.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
ADDRESS → ul. Kościuszki 25,
ITINERARY TOUR CRACOW AND A CRUISE
standard ticket: 130 PLN
discount ticket: 115 PLN
discount ticket up to 6 yo: FREE
2. Sightseeing of Kazimierz with a guide, transfer to Wawel
4. Boat cruise on the Vistula River - 30 minutes
5. Walk to the Old Town - Collegium Maius, Main Market Square
6. Bugle call, St. Mary's Church, and Florianska Street
7. Free time
8. Departure from Krakow
9. Planned arrival in Zakopane
Standard ticket: for individuals aged 18 and above who are not eligible for discounts.
Discount ticket: children from 6 years of age, school youth, students up to 26 years of age, seniors 65+, individuals with disabilities, holders of the Large Family Card.
FREE: children up to 6 years of age.
THE EXCURSION IS ORGANIZED IN THE SUMMER SEASON → THURSDAY, ONCE EVERY 2 WEEKS
3. Wawel Cathedral with the Sigismund Bell, free time