Krakow is one of Poland’s most beautiful cities and is emerging as a major tourist destination.
Krakow, located in the southern part of Lesser Poland and the capital of Krakow County and has many historic churches and monasteries. Its old Jewish quarter and the surrounding Kazimierz district are also popular with tourists who come to explore the cobblestone streets with distinctive red-roofed houses.
Explore Krakow on your own on one of our city tours, or use our city guide to discover some of the city’s main attractions on your own time – or both!
Hop On/Hop Off Krakow Tours
Krakow is also home to several hop on/hop off bus services that allow you to explore the city when you feel like it. These services are great if you have limited time in Krakow and don’t want to miss any of the city’s attractions. Just hop on the bus at any of the city’s stops and get off wherever you want. The service is operated by Seekrakow and costs from 60pln an adult for an all-day ticket. Tickets can be purchased from the driver at any stop.
What to see during a City Tour in Krakow?
You’ll probably want to fit in both medieval and modern areas of Krakow during your city tour. Modern Krakow is a center of art, culture and architecture and offers many great attractions. The most famous of these is the Jewish Contemporary Museum. You can also explore the cobblestone streets of the old city and visit nearby Wawel Castle and the Kazimierz district. Medieval Krakow is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers insights into medieval Poland and the influence of the Catholic Church on Polish society. Sightseeing at Wawel Castle and the Market Square are must-do’s during your stay in the medieval part of Krakow.