- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Free Cancellation
- Duration: 3 Hrs
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Departure Details :
Your centrally located hotel.
Return Details :
Concludes in the city center close to public transport links
Cancellation Policy : This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
Visit Wawel Cathedral and St Marys Basilica with a private guide, and check out a selection of Krakows most interesting Catholic churches, too. Admire the baroque faade of the Church of St Anne, discover one of the oldest churches in Krakow Old Town and learn about the Poor Clare Sisters who live in a city convent. Pass Wawel Royal Castle and climb the bell tower of Wawel Cathedral to finish the private tour on a high note. Even better, enjoy personalized commentary from a private guide.
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- Private guide for a more personalized experience
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
- Great overview and orientation of the city
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Your first stop is outside the ornate Church of St Anne, a building often said to be one of Polands most beautiful baroque churches. Learn about its history, and then cross Rynek Gwny to visit St Marys Basilica. Admire its towering Gothic altarpiece, carved by the leading German sculptor Veit Stoss.
Continue to the Church of St Adalbert (aka the Church of St Wojciech), one of the oldest churches in Krakow Old Town, and cross to the Church of St Francis of Assisi to see its stained-glass windows and cloister. The Bishops Palace is next up, so have your camera ready to capture snaps of the so-called papal window where Pope John Paul II addressed his followers when in Krakow.
Hear tales of the popular pope as you walk onward the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. As you pose for photos in front of its baroque faade, learn about a group of nuns, known as the Poor Clare Sisters, who live in the nearby convent.
Finally, stroll up the hill to see Wawel Royal Castle and visit Wawel Cathedral. Hear stories and secrets from the castles past, and make your way up to the cathedrals Sigismund Bell. The route to the bell tower takes in some 70 steps; if youre not up for the climb, use the time to explore the cathedral instead.
After three hours, your private tour ends in the city center from where you can make you way back to your hotel on nearby Public transportation. Feel free to ask the guide for directions.
Private English speaking guide
Entry/Admission - Wawel Cathedral
Food and drinks
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Wear modest clothing that covers shoulders and thighs to visit the churches
Male visitors are requested to enter with bare heads, unless this is against the rules of their religion
If you would like to visit the Sigismond Bell (included as part of the tour), you must be fit enough to climb up the 70 steps into the bell in the tower of Wawel Cathedral
Tour operates in all weather conditions so please dress appropriately.
Participants will need to be fit for light continuous walking, for up to 3 hours
Supplier is not responsible for unforeseen delays or accidents
We reserve the right to alter and change tour programs without prior notice due to construction, city closures for events, festivals and so on throughout the year.