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Meet your guide in Krakow’s Main Market Square in time for a 2pm departure and set out to explore the city’s UNESCO-listed Old Town.

Follow your guide down the Royal Route, and walk in the footsteps of the Polish Kings as you hear about Krakow’s stint as the royal capital. Pause to see historic landmarks such as St. Florian's Church, and admire the grand medieval buildings along Floriańska, Grodzka, and Kanonicza Streets.

Arrive at Wawel Castle and spend time exploring the magnificent castle complex, including the Cathedral, the Royal Chambers, and the Armory. Marvel at the Medieval, Romanesque, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural styles, and take in the views from the top of Wawel Hill, gazing out over the Vistula River and the gold-roofed Sigismund Chapel.

Continue to Rynek Główny, where the star attraction is the 13th-century St. Mary’s Basilica, home to an impressive altarpiece by Veit Stoss, and some striking paintings by artists including Matejko, Mehoffer, and Wyspiański. Nearby, St Peter and Paul’s Church is another important religious monument, build in the 17th century and still the most significant Jesuit church in Krakow.

After enjoying a coffee break (own expense) at a local café, visit one of the city’s most photographed landmarks – the elaborate Cloth Hall and the Underground Museum.

Your tour ends around 5pm back in the Main Market Square.
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St. Mary's Basilica in Krakow
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Krakow’s UNESCO-listed Old Town is the city’s most atmospheric district and the best way to explore is on foot. This 3-hour walking tour checks off all the highlights, including the Royal Route and the Wawel Castle complex; the medieval St. Mary’s Basilica and 17th-century St Peter and Paul’s Church; and the historic Cloth Hall.
  • 3-hour walking tour of Krakow’s Old Town
  • Discover the UNESCO-listed monuments of Krakow’s oldest district
  • Explore the Royal Route and the Wawel Castle complex
  • Admire architectural wonders such as St Peter and Paul’s Church, St Mary’s Basilica, and the Cloth Hall
  • Learn more about Krakow’s fascinating history and heritage from a local guide
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Reviewed 6 July 2018
Old town Warsaw

What a fantastic day, cram packed with fascinating information by passionate informed guide! A must do! Also the Warsaw walking war tour is a must too!

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Reviewed 1 July 2018

Booked this tour through trip advisor and would use the company again. Very good tour. Took 3 hours including a break. Tour guide Sev very friendly and knowlegable.

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Reviewed 17 June 2018
Just a booking agent; tour conducted by other companies

Booked an Old Town Walking Tour with SeeKrakow. Found out later during the tour that SeeKrakow were actually just the booking agent, and the guide himself was from another company. Didn't really made a difference though. The tour was very enjoyable and informative, and gave...More

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SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2018

Dear vade27, thank you for your feedback – it’s very important to us. We hope that during the next visit in Kraków you will also use our services!

Reviewed 25 April 2018
The History of Krakow Brought Alive in an Afternoon

Fascinating walking tour providing the history of stunning architecture, street plan and statues in Krakow old town. It is amazing how much you miss walking along the streets unless it is pointed out to you! Max was a great guide, very knowledgeable, giving an insight...More

Thank Fiona G
SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 25 April 2018

Dear Fiona G, Thank you for your great review! I'll pass your warm words to Max! I hope that your stay in Krakow was an unforgettable experience and you will spread your recommendation of Krakow and SeeKrakow throughout your family & friends. Best regards, Zuzanna...More

Reviewed 11 March 2018
Really interesting tour

Very enjoyable tour, our friendly guide spoke excellent english and was informative about all the places that we visited. Krakow has interesting history and architecture and I learned a lot from the tour. I recommend you do this tour on your first day in Krakow,...More

Thank Mary C
SeeKrakow, Guest Relations Department at SeeKrakow Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 12 March 2018

Dear Mary C, Thank you for your great review! I am very happy to hear that you enjoyed the organization of our tour. I hope that your stay in Krakow was an unforgettable experience and you will spread your recommendation of Krakow and SeeKrakow throughout...More

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9 May 2018|
Response from Fiona G | Reviewed this property |
No it doesn't but it ends just by the castle and the courtyard is free to visit and walk around, you have to pay to get into the museums however.
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