Visit a building of former administration of steelworks and cold-war shelter
Ride around Krakow in a communist era vintage car as you take in the sights
See typical Polish Socialist Realist architecture at the famous Central Square
Go to the Avenue of Roses where the statue of Lenin once stood
Visit the former steelworks administration building and a Cold War bunker
Take a trip through time as you combine a vintage car drive with a walk through Nowa Huta. Explore the ironworks buildings and bunkers as you learn about life behind the Iron Curtain. See socialist realism architecture at the famous Central Square and the site where the Lenin statue stood.
Choose to begin your tour at Nowa Huta or Krakow Old Town. Get on board your retro vehicle as you find out the location of the great statue of Lenin on the Avenue of Roses. Admire the splendor of Central Square where you can see examples of socialist realism.
Hear your guide talk about everyday life during the communist era and the role the ironworks played in this district. Stoll through the ironworks administration buildings and descend into a bunker that dates to the cold war. Finish your tour as you are dropped back to the starting point.
Professional tour guide
Transport by vintage communist car
Entrance ticket to administrative buildings and shelter of Nowa Huta
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
This tour involves climbing stairs and walking
Not all the cars have seatbelts and this is not required by law due to their historic character
This trip is not recommended if you are uncomfortable traveling without seatbelts
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund