Experience the beauty of Krakow on a private guided walking tour of the historic city center. Get to know the true history of Krakow, one of the few cities that survived the World War II.
The program of sightseeing with a professional tour guide comprises the city’s most important monuments. You will discover the highlights of Krakow Old Town and their significance. In the Main Square, see St. Mary's Basilica. Continue to Wawel Hill, an architectural complex, where you can admire centuries–old churches and Renaissance architecture. While on the hill, look inside Wawel Cathedral.
Your route leads you along the streets of Old Town, through the Main Square, St. Mary's Basilica, the Cloth Hall, historical buildings of the Jagiellonian University, and Planty park, leading up to Wawel Hill, with its castle and cathedral, as well as Kings' graves and the Royal Sigismund Bell.
The Royal Road ends at the Wawel Hill with its royal castle, until the 17th century the seat of Polish Kings; the golden age of Poland is reflected in the architecture and richness of the castle, together with its cathedral, courtyard and chapels, the Kings’ eternal resting place.