Discover the secrets of ancient Krakow in the interactive Dungeon Market Museum
Venture four meters below ground to walk the cobbled streets of ancient Krakow
Walk in the footsteps of Polish royalty in Wawel Castle, a UNESCO Heritage Site
Admire the gothic architecture of the 14th-century Wawel Cathedral complex
Learn about the details of Krakow's cultural history from a knowledgable guide
Visit some of historic Krakow’s main attractions on this guided day tour. Start at Rynek, the central market square of the Old Town. Visit its underground Dungeon Market Historical and Archaeological Museum. After a full lunch of Polish delicacies, you'll explore the Wawel Castle and Cathedral. Your tour kicks off at the central square of Royal Krakow. Wander one of the most beautiful squares in Europe and learn about its past from your guide. Then, venture four meters underground to the Dungeon Market Museum, to walk at the same level as the cobbled roads of 12-13th century Krakow. Next, explore the residence of Polish Kings at the Royal Wawel Castle. See its collections of art, lavish fabrics, military items, and priceless furniture up close. Marvel at the famous tapestries of Zygmunt August and Renaissance paintings from the Lanckoronski collection in the Royal chambers. Finally, you’ll step into the impressive gothic Wawel Cathedral, where Polish monarchs throughout history have been crowned.
Entrance ticket to one permanent exhibition (State Rooms, Royal Private Apartments or Crown Treasury subject to availability)
Entry ticket to the Wawel Cathedral
Entry ticket to the Rynek Underground Museum
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