Selected Tours & Greek Tours in Krakow - Κρακοβία
Enjoy the beautiful Krakow with its original marvelous architecture and unique atmosphere. As the former capital of Poland, it has a very rich history to discover. Close to Auschwitz, Wieliczka, and Zakopane which are the best attractions to see from Krakow.
Kraków, Cracow, Κρακοβία or Krakow
The second-largest city of Poland and one of the oldest
Sitting on the Wisla River in Lesser Poland (Małopolska) region, the city dates back to the 7th century.
For thousands of years, Krakow is the center of science, culture, art, and education.
With a Marvelous architecture, many airy-tales, history, and awesome nightlife, Krakow attracts millions of tourists every year.
Read Also: All You Need About Krakow
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Duration: 3-4 Hours
In case you are Greek, please read this article: Greek-speaking Guide in Krakow.
Come and see for yourself upon boarding the Krakow City Sightseeing Tour. Discover the city of Krakow with a professional licensed Guide.
You'll see the likes of Wawel Castle and Cathedral. The Rynek Glowny, Main Market Square, and St Mary's Church.
It's the best introduction to this amazing and historic city!
Your tour begins with a short walk along the streets of the former Jewish district of Kazimierz.
Next, you visit the famous Wawel Hill, crowned by Wawel Castle and Wawel Cathedral and the seat of royal power up until the 17th century.
The Castle was home to many Polish kings and queens. The royal crypts in the Cathedral are where they rest.
Take a walk up to the Grodzka street which leads you to the heart of Krakow, the Rynek Glowny, or Main Market Square.
There the large Gothic Cloth Hall is the perfect place to shop for local souvenirs.
The last sightseeing stop is twin-spired St Mary's Church. Famous medieval altar by Wit Stwosz.
Every hour the brave trumpeter of Krakow still calls out his warning and suddenly stops for a reason.
This is a great tour in order to see Krakow's main sites.
Points of Interested
- Wawel Royal Castle + Wawel Cathedral (1 Hour)
- Ulica Kanonicza (15 Minutes)
- Royal Way (Droga Krolewska), Krakow Poland (30 Minutes)
- Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego Collegium Maius (30 Minutes)
- Krakow's Rynek Glowny Central Square, Rynek Glowny, Krakow Poland (30 Minutes)
- Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) (15 Minutes)
- St Mary's Basilica, Plac Mariacki (30 Minutes)
- Local live Licensed guide.
- Entrance tickets to museums.
- Check-in at this location is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
- Entry/Admission - Wawel Royal Castle
- Entry/Admission - Wawel Cathedral
- Entry/Admission - St Mary's Basilica
You can book online from €45 p.p. and start around 10:30 from Hotel Polski pod Białym Orłem, Pijarska 17, 31-015 Kraków, Poland
You can ask for a Private Tour, Start any Time from your Hotel in Krakow. Museum Tickets are optional.
The price for 4 Hours Private Tour in English or Greek is €120 + Museum Tickets (Group of 1-10 people).
The two main attractions someone should see from Krakow is definitely Auschwitz and the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
You have the ability to visit both in a single day by taking a compo tour from Krakow.
It is definitely better to book those two attractions on two different days, especially if you have kids with you.
The easiest way is to book tours from Krakow which include transportation and tickets. You can check the links below for very good options:
Another good option and in case you prefer to travel alone and not without many other people is to make your own tour to Auschwitz and/or Wieliczka.
First, you are going to need transportation from your Hotel in Krakow. I can arrange this. Just send me a message.
The price for a Private Transport from your Hotel in Krakow to Auschwitz I - Birkenau and then back to Krakow is €100 (Group 1-8 people).
The Private Transport from Krakow to Wieliczka Salt Mine and then Back to Krakow is €70 (Group 1-8 people).
In case you a group of 10+ people, please send me a message.
Read as well: Where was God in Auschwitz?
Find your Hotel in Krakow
After a long trip, the last you might need is a bad Taxi driver or walking with luggage for a long time.
You might be wondering how to get to Krakow's city center from the airport, but also make sure they don't steal you.
Last but not least, you need to be comfortable and start relaxing already! No extra planning!
Look no further! Book your private round-trip transport online in advance.
I have collected some very good options for you. In case you prefer not to follow, just get out and get a taxi from the queue outside.
Always remember to confirm the price that should be around €25 and verify it is a real taxi.
The best Way to Taste Krakow!
While enjoying the sights of Krakow, its time to sample the local food as well.
Choose an amazing walking tour that will fill all your senses.
Taste delicious food, learn about the city's history, unique culinary culture, and tradition on a guided walking tour around the Old Town's highlights.
When the weather is good those are the best Tours!
The best way to discover Krakow without walking is by taking a bike tour!
Krakow is a bike-friendly city and the best way to discover its highlights will be on a bike.
Modern and comfortable bikes will allow you to zoom through the routes of Krakow and explore the city's best locations.
Below you can find a good selection of the best Bike Tours in Krakow!
Get your tour to Zakopane with us in the way you want it to be.
We can offer 3 options, but you can use your time how you want and visit the place you prefer to visit.
Our professional driver will pick you and your family from your hotel in Krakow and be with you all the way.
We are going to take you to magical places to make hiking, try amazing products, and see the most interesting sites in the closest area.
From Krakow, you need around 2 hours one way to Zakopane.
You can choose one of the options below for your trip and order your private transport with us.
You Book Now and You Pay Only On Pickup. There is No Risk. Hotel Pick Up and Drop Off is Included.
Prices Below are for Groups up to 5 People
(Guide is not Included)
- Krakow - Zakopane: One Way -- Price: €120
- Kraków - Zakopane: 6 Hours Trip in total -- Walk-in Krupówki and take the Tram to Gubałówka Hill - Tickets not included -- Price: €140
- Kraków - Morskie Oko: 8 Hours Trip in Total -- Visit the National Park to see the lake. See the Rysy and Tatry mountains. From the parking is 9 km walk one way. You can use a carriage with horses which costs about €12 euro per person extra paid -- Price: €150
- Krakow - Zakopane: 14 Hours Trip in Total -- Visit Morskie Oko with horses + See Zakopane city + Visit Termy Chochołów + Gubałówka or Kaprowy Wierch or anything else you prefer: Price: €230
Ability to customize your trip to Zakopane. English speaking driver will pick you from your hotel in Krakow and take you back.
Krakow, Auschwitz and Wieliczka Tours in Greek
Are you looking for a Greek-speaking tour to Auschwitz? Then you are in the right place.
You meet our guide in Krakow and travel together to Auschwitz or the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
You can travel by bus, your own car or with private transport from your hotel. Read all the information in the links above.
Always our Greek-speaking guide will be next to you on your every step. You can find here all the Greek-speaking tours from Krakow.
It is better to arrange your booking the soonest as possible. Just send a message and we will give you all the information you need.
It might worth booking a tour with Hotel Pickup and private transport.
Finally, you can read some Greek articles about Auschwitz and get all the necessary information before your visit.
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