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Krakow Half-Day Tour by Trabant

  • Morning tour of Krakow's less-visited quarters by Trabant
  • Guided walking tour and tour by Trabant automobile
  • Offbeat tour focusing on Krakow's Nowa Huta district, burial mounds and Jewish quarter
Krakow Half-Day Tour by Trabant
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Krakow Half-Day Tour by Trabant
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Explore Krakow from the seat of a Trabant, Eastern Europe’s classic car, on this 4-hour tour. Led by an expert guide, see the Jewish quarter, the city’s historic burial mounds and the Nowa Huta district, hopping out along the way for a 2-hour walking tour. You’ll also receive insider’s tips on Krakow’s best pubs and restaurants, as well as hotel pickup and drop-off. 
What to Expect
Begin your tour with pickup from your Krakow hotel in a classic Trabant car. Hop in with your guide and feel like a celebrity as you cruise around town in style.
Head first to the Nowa Huta district, known for being the city's communist enclave. Explore the classic communist architecture of this working-class quarter, and hear stories from your guide about what life was like behind the Iron Curtain.
Continue to Krakow’s historic burial mounds. Built as a memorial to Poland’s greatest leaders, the area provides stunning panoramic views of the city.
Top off your 4-hour excursion with a visit to the Jewish quarter. Learn about the neighborhood’s turbulent history in the wake of World War II, and its present-day transformation into an artist community. Wander the streets filled with pubs and cafes, and get local tips from your guide on the best spots to eat, drink and check out the nightlife.
After four hours of exploration around Krakow, your guide will drop you back off at your hotel.
Reviews (72)
1 - 5 of 27 reviews
Reviewed 13 September 2018 via mobile
Great fun and great insight

We had a fun time with Klaudia as we jumped into her bright green head turning Trabant from the eighties. The tour of Nowa Huta gave us a really interesting insight into post war Poland and the rise of communism with all of it's ideals...More

1  Thank andrewhS4131BE
Reviewed 18 November 2017
A great learning experience - Catholicism and Resistance in a communist ideological town.

On our last day in Krakow me an my mum took a tour of Noa Huta in a vintage Trabant. this new town on the edge of Krakow was a social experiment designed to be the perfect Communist town complete with steel works and accommodation...More

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank daymoLiverpool
Reviewed 18 October 2017
Guide did not turn up!

I was in Krakow with all of my family to celebrate my husband's 60th birthday. I booked a tour more than two months up front and I took the trouble to reconfirm the booking 5 days ahead. We were deeply disappointed to left stranded with...More

Date of experience: October 2017
9  Thank Janie S
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile
Nowa Huta tour

We went on this tour today and we loved it. We're interested in history so wanted to see a different side to the Krakow we'd be seeing in the main square and Jewish quarter etc. Our guide Goshka picked us up from our hotel in...More

Date of experience: October 2017
2  Thank RichardWaller
Reviewed 7 September 2017
1966 and all that in a Trabant

Pottering around the streets of Krakow and Nowa Huta in a 1966 Trabant with original 2 stroke engine at speeds approaching 50mph/80 kmh as long as going downhill with a following wind, nevertheless great fun. Joanna our guide was very friendly and knowledgeable, very chatty,...More

Date of experience: September 2017
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