Discover the history of Polish monarchy at Wawel Castle
Stroll through historic Royal Route via Old Town
Explore the stalls in the Main Market Square and shop for souvenirs
Admire the incredible medieval altar at St Mary's Church
Start your tour by meeting your guide at the fragments of the city walls and the magnificent St. Florian's Gate. Take a look at the historic Barbican and take a walk along the Royal Route - the same route used by kings and their guests on their way to the castle.
Walk through the Main Square - the bustling heart of the city is an ideal place to buy souvenirs, especially in the Cloth Hall, which has been the local marketplace for centuries. Complete your tour with knowledge about St. Mary's Church, which features a magnificent medieval altar carved by Wit Stoss and the bugle call sounds every hour towards the four corners of the world. Walk further along Kanonicza and Grodzka streets, enter Collegium Maius, the oldest building of the Cracoviensis Academy with a charming Gothic courtyard.
Then, enter the Wawel Hill, which is the embodiment of Poland's former monarchical glory. At its top, there is the Royal Castle and the 14th-century cathedral, where almost all coronations and funerals of the Polish monarchy took place.
Entrance ticket to one permanent exhibition (State Rooms, Royal Private Apartments or Crown Treasury subject to availability)
Entrance ticket to the Royal Cathedral
• The tour ends on Wawel Hill
The Wawel Cathedral is an active place of religious worship. During important religious, state or jubilee events or visits of important guests, admission to the cathedral, royal tombs or the bell tower may be suspended without announcing the reasons. In such a situation, the Organizer reserves the right to replace the entrance to the Cathedral with another one within the castle complex.
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund