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If this is to be believed, then Krakow will easily capture your heart with its traditional cuisine. Pierogis and kielbasa are only the tip of the ice-berg when it comes to Polish cooking. This tour will introduce you to more than ten different elements of traditional Polish food and how to make it. From snacking on street market specialties to enjoying some of Krakow’s traditional restaurants and cafes, this tour covers all the culinary bases. And let’s not forget the vodka! This tour is a must do for any foodie visiting Krakow. Book online to join us on this tasty adventure!
Our freelance tour guides work hard to introduce you to the best that their city has to offer through a fun, informative tour.
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He llegado de Argentina, desde el otro lado del planeta, donde el Tango, el asado dominan el día. Amo pasear, aprender y divertirme, y quiero que tú también lo hagas en esta increíble ciudad. Pasea conmigo y terminarás silbando inconscientemente los sonidos de esta fascinante Cracovia!
Sławek guide in
Sławek or as visitors prefer “Cracow’s Dragon”. Born in Kraków and totally infatuated with his city. A graduate of American College, a history passionate, a friend of people. His tours are interesting, moving but also filled with humour. Sightseeing with Sławek will be an unforgettable addition to your visit in Kraków.
Dmitry guide in
Melinda B from Kansas City about me: “I thoroughly enjoyed my walking tour through Old Town Krakow with Dimitri! He was fun, energetic, and full of historical facts. Not only did I enjoy looking at the architecture and strolling around Old Town, I also learned a lot about the history of Krakow.”
Haizea guide in
Tras vivir en 4 países en el último año, esta basca ha decidido establecerse en la ciudad de Cracovia presa de su pasión por Polonia, su cultura y esta ciudad tan llena de vida e historia
Eugene guide in
Hi, my name is Eugene. In my previous life I was a lawyer in Ukraine dancing hip-hop. A year ago I decided to change my life totally. So, now I’m a tour guide in Kraków. And the main question, which bothers me most, is what I love more, my job or city of Kraków?!
We did the walking tour of Krakow in the morning ,Bartek our guide showed us lots of places we wouldn't have gone to on our own.After lunch ,we went back and did the Jewish quater,again with Bartek.Most of the people from the morning walk were on his afternoon walk ! He was so good.The Jewish tour prepared us for our trip to Auschwitz the following day .Especially as he left us at 'The Chairs 'which was were they set off from.If you are in krakow for only a limited time,then these tours are a must.
A good idea to do this at the start of your holiday as it will help you orientate yourself with the city.
Our Guide Chris was very informative & was able to answer any questions the group members asked.
This tour covers 500 years plus of Krakow history before the Capital was moved to Warsaw.
Very informative. Passionate guide!
Went on a solo trip and saw a free tour guide with a sign to Jewish Quarter, tour guide bent over backwards for us and could tell really is his passion. Bartek, thankyou so much and hope everyone else is lucky enough to have him guide you too!
Don’t just take our word for it though, our company is THE HIGHEST rated on TripAdvisor! Among free walking tour companies in Krakow.