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Wroclaw Private Tour to Krakow with Transport and Guide
Prepare yourself for a full-day exploration of Krakow, see the most iconic sights like the Wawel Cathedral, Cloth Hall, and St. Mary’s Basilica, and learn all of Krakow's best-kept secrets.
- Enjoy a full-day tour with a private guide
- Discover the highlights of Krakow
- Learn the fascinating history of Poland
- Experience the different areas of the city
DescriptionExplore all the best that Krakow has to offer on a fully immersive six-hour tour with transportation from Wroclaw. There are two options to accommodate your travel preferences: take a seat on a comfortable train with your friends or family and be picked up by a local Krakow guide, or be picked up by an English-speaking driver who will drive you directly to Krakow. Start your tour in the Old Town where you can see the Krakow Barbican, St. Florian’s Gate, Cloth Hall, and St. Mary’s Basilica. Follow the Royal Route where Polish kings used to walk and see the magnificent Wawel Hill. Walk around the courtyard and learn all about the history behind this building. Enter the most important cathedral in Poland, the former site of coronation for Polish kings and burial place for many famous Polish people. Discover the Kazimierz district, formerly the Jewish district of the city prior to WWII. Discover hip cafes, up-and-coming bistros in tucked-away alleyways, and an overall different vibe to the Old Town. Visit the Synagogue Temple, admire its architecture, and learn about the local community.
IncludesPrivate full-day tour from Wroclaw to Krakow Private licensed guide 6-hours guided walking tour in Krakow Ticket to Wawel Cathedral Ticket to Tempel Synagogue Pickup from your accommodation in Wroclaw Train ticket both ways from Wroclaw to Krakow (if train option is selected) Private transport with English-speaking driver (if car option is selected)
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- Please notice that the synagogue is closed on Saturdays, so Sunday tours include Tadeusz Pankiewicz’s Pharmacy in the Krakow Ghetto instead