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Richard Hirschfield booked the
Jewish Krakow Kazimierz Tour in Krakow and posted a review on 17th October 2014

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rating My husband and I enjoyed the tour thoroughly. We found it very educational and beautiful. It was something on our bucket list. It wasn't taxing physically either. The guide was easy to understand. One of the best aspects was that, for us, it started at 4:15. So we had all day to enjoy the outdoors. And we were back in time for dinner. rating

Guest booked the
Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour in Krakow and posted a review on 10th October 2014

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rating My husband and I enjoyed the tour thoroughly. We found it very educational and beautiful. It was something on our bucket list. It wasn't taxing physically either. The guide was easy to understand. One of the best aspects was that, for us, it started at 4:15. So we had all day to enjoy the outdoors. And we were back in time for dinner. rating

Guest booked the
Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour in Krakow and posted a review on 10th October 2014

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rating My husband and I enjoyed the tour thoroughly. We found it very educational and beautiful. It was something on our bucket list. It wasn't taxing physically either. The guide was easy to understand. One of the best aspects was that, for us, it started at 4:15. So we had all day to enjoy the outdoors. And we were back in time for dinner. rating

Tami booked the
Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour in Krakow and posted a review on 10th October 2014

Everyone knows that Krakow is, culturally, one of the richest cities in Europe. Named City of Culture in the Millenium Year, the heart of Krakow has additionally been declared a World Heritage Site. As soon as you arrive in its stunning medieval town centre, with its famous Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), Wawel Castle, and vast central square (The Rynek), you'll understand why. But how can the visitor go beyond the picture-postcard prettiness and really begin to discover the reality of life here? It's simple really - in the company of people who are knowledgeable about and love the city! That's where we come in.

Krakow Tours can organise any trip to the most popular sites within and near Krakow - you'll find a good selection here to choose from, and we're always on the lookout for new places to visit. In addition to the tried and true, we've included a few tours you won't get anywhere else. See the Krakow we see!

Our guides are young, knowledgeable and full of energy. They know their stuff and they love sharing it. We keep the stuffiness to nil, and give you a genuinely good experience. You'll leave feeling like you've just visited your best friend.

For any tour that requires transport, we'll pick you up and drop you off wherever you want. That's the kind of flexibility we can offer and that's the kind of service we want you to expect. You get to shape the tours as much as you prefer. We also do everything in our power to keep the tours private - you'll find no overcrowded buses here!

We pride ourselves on providing first class service and truly unique experiences. We look forward to helping you make your journey to Krakow a most memorable one.

Auschwitz

A place of remembrance

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Wieliczka Salt Mine

An unforgettable underground experience

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Jewish Krakow Kazimierz

See history, feel the present

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City Walks

See the city!

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Expert Walking

Off the beaten track

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Bicycle

Pedal-powered sightseeing

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Communism and Nowa Huta

Take a blast to the commie past

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Krakow Valley

See the countryside

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Schindlers List

The history, the film and real-life stories

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Zakopane Tatra Madness

Big mountains for big fun

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Ride the River

Beautiful views with adventure

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Adrenaline

Tear it up!

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Hot Air Balloon

Rise-up over Krakow

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Polish Beer Brewery

It's not all wodka, here!

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