Royal route in Cracow with its amazing architecture
Cracow was established in 1257. It became royal city in 14th century. Most of the polish kings ruled from Wawel castle hill until the beginning of 17th century when the capital was moved to Warsaw. Cracow was not destroyed during II world war. Why? Ask during the tour. Krakow was listed in UNESCO heritage site in 1878.
Royal route goes through highlights and the most beautiful places in the city. You will find out more about history of Poland. You will hear some legends and anecdotes and you will find out about typical dishes of polish cuisine.
- You will see
- St. Florian’s Gate and the Florianska street
- The Cracow’s Barbican
- Cloth Hall
- St Mary ‘s Basilica
- Main Square
- Collegium Maius
- Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
- Pope’s window
- Grodzka street and The Church of Saints Peter and Paul
- Wawel Castle with the Cathedral, tombs of the Polish kings, tower with famous Sigismund Bell
- Krakow’s dragon
Let me know if you would like to combine this tour with any other tour. I encourage You to contact me if you have any special request.
MEETING POINT + TOUR DURATION + Price
Meeting Point Options: Your Hotel, Rail Station, Monument/Building or Address
Duration: 3 hours
Price: 120 USD or equivalent in a different currency
ESTIMATED LOCAL CASH NEEDED
25 zloty per person – Entrance tickets to churches, museums etc.
St. Mary’s church – 10 zl per person
The Cathedral – 12 zl per person