Krakow Photo Tours - Krakow
Are you a business owner in Krakow?
Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Krakow.
- Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
Directions to Krakow Photo Tours
Kraków is a breathtaking and incredibly photogenic city.
Famous for it's wonderful architecture, it's rich culture and it's historical importance, the old town (Stare Miasto) and the Jewish district of Kazimierz are the main tourist areas, each different.
The old town, surrounds the majestic main square (Rynek Główny) the largest medieval market square in Europe, the centre is alive with energy day or night.
The Jewish District of Kazimierz, and across the Vistula river (Wisła) Podgórze, the site of the former Ghetto, are steeped in the legacy of Jewish Kraków, here you will find many of Kraków's best bars and cafes as well as discovering Schindler's Kraków.
You will be shown the 'landmark/postcard' sites and more importantly,the lesser known locations found off the beaten track.
Kraków Photo Tours was founded by David McGirr and is the first and only tour company specialising in photography tours and workshops, lead by a professional photographer.
Kraków Photo Tours offer a variety of tours for all abilities; for the beginner wanting to learn the basics, the intermediate, perhaps upgrading to their first DSLR or wanting to change out of auto and get more creative or professional photographers wanting to expand their portfolio, or simply wishing to have the benefit of a guide who shares their photography passion and can help them to capture the magic of Kraków.
You may also like
Wieliczka Salt MineWieliczka, Krakow
Wieliczka salt mine is undeniably an awesome example of human endeavour. Its justification for inclusion on UNESCO's World Heritage list includes the fact that it is the ...
Cloth Hall - Sukiennice in KrakowOld-Town, Krakow
All of Krakow, from its winding medieval streets to its modern blocks and outlying parks, spirals out from one central point, the heart..............
DOLNE MŁYNY TytanoOld Town, Krakow
Dolne Młyny is a place offering a wide range of opportunities and more than 15,000 square metres of former tobacco factory adapted in 2015 to create “a city in the city”.
You can find here more than 30 service facilities: cafés, restaurants, clubs, but also art studios, a tattoo parlour, and creative work spaces , such as: a film studio, an advertising agency and also associations and foundations...
Krakow Wawel CathedralOld-Town, Krakow
The baptism of Poland and its rise as an important seat of Christianity is so closely linked to the nation's unity and cultural identity, that nothing is more emblematic ...
FREE Walkative! TOUR
FREE Walkative ! TOUR provides the best tours in Poland. Our tour guides have received more than 5 600 excellent reviews in six cities on tripadvisor.com. This huge amount of excellent reviews is not comparable to any other tour provider in Europe’s 7th- largest country...
Sitting across the Vistula almost in the shadow of the iconic Wawel castle, the futuristic-looking Manggha, or, to give it its full title, the Manggha Centre of Japanese ...
Opera KrakowskaGrzegorzki, Krakow
The Krakow Opera, established in 1954, has been proving its importance from season to season, thanks to the excellent quality of its artistic endeavours. Throughout the y...
Krakow VARIETE TheatreGrzegorzki, Krakow
The idea of a theatre scene specializing in light repertoire was born several years ago. After twelve years of continuous effort the project has been completed. On the 30th of April, 2014, the Variete Theatre has been appointed the Institution of Culture by the City Council of Krakow. Managed by Janusz Szydłowski and Agnieszka Mika, VARIETE is an artistic institution where entertainment of superior quality is created and popularized.
Oskar Schindler's FactoryPodgorze, Krakow
Oskar Schindler, an ambitious German businessman and member of the Nazi party, took over an unused enamelware factory in Krakow in order to profit from the available Jewi...
Jama MichalikaOld Town, Krakow
In the 1890s, Krakow was enjoying a period of renewed prosperity and artistic flourishing. The Art Nouveau movement that was sweeping Europe had found a willing outlet, w...