EVERY DAY EXCEPT: 1ST JANUARY, HOLY THURSDAY, HOLY FRIDAY, HOLY SATURDAY, EASTER SUNDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER, 24TH AND 25TH OF DECEMBER, FRIDAY EVENINGS, SATURDAYS AND JEWISH RELIGIOUS FEASTS.
Optionally, we can enter the the Remuh synagogue, along with the adjacent Jewish cemetery. As it dates back to the 16th century, it is one of the oldest surviving Jewish cemeteries in Europe. It is the place of eternal rest of Jewish sages, such as Rabbi Moses and Natan Spira. Continuing, we will divert to the former town of Kazimierz. Since the 1800s, it is one of Cracow's districts.
We will visit the famous patio on Józefa and Meiselsa streets, which appears in the film "Schindler's List" by Steven Spielberg. We will continue in the direction of Nowy Square, passing next to the Isaac's Synagogue. We will arrive at the Szeroka street, the center of Jewish life in Kazimierz. On the Wawel Hill we will admire the castle's patio from 16th century. This masterpiece of architecture, work of Francesco Fiorentino and Bartolomeo Berrecci is a perfect example of the renaissance style. Optionally, we can enter the Cathedral dedicated to Saints Stanislaus and Venceslaus. The Cathedral has more than one thousand years of history behind it, it was the place of coronation of Polish kings and serves as their burial site.
In the gothic basilica of Franciscan fathers we will admire the polychromy and the modernist stained glass windows, designed by Stanislaus Wyspiański. The impressive 19th century building of Collegium Novum is the seat of the rector of the Jagiellonian University. We will see the buildings of the Cracow Academy, which was funded in 1364 by the king Casimir the Great. It is now known as the Jagiellonian University, and its oldest building is the Collegium Maius from the 15th century. We will visit its spectacular patio.
Afterwards, we will proceed towards the Main Market Square, the largest medieval square in Europe. It dates back to 1257. It was built 10 years after a devastating Tatar invasion, which ravaged the city. We will walk through the Sukiennice, constructed in the 13th century. The building was remodelled in the 16th century, thanks to an artist from Florence, Santi Gucci. The building served as a market for all kinds of textiles, hence the name.
Optionally we can visit the Saint Mary's Basilica, which was the most important city of Cracow's bourgeoisie. Inside we can find an impressive wooden High Altar from the 15th century, which was carved by a German artist, Veit Stoss. This ghotic masterpiece is adorned with scenes from the lives of Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ. Next to the Basilica we will listen to the famous "Hejnał". After walking through the Floriańska Street we will finish next to the remains of the city wall. It dates back to 14th century, the Saint Florian's Gate and the Barbican were constructed almost two hundred years later.
Service of an English speaking Blue Badge guide for up to 4 hours.
A whisper system for a better experience during the visit.
Remuh Synagogue (estimated cost: 2,5 euros per adult, 2 euros for children between +4 and 14 years).
Wawel Cathedral (estimated cost: 3,5 euros per adult, 2 euros for children between +4 and 14 years).
Saint Mary's Basilica (estimated cost: 2,5 euros per adult, 1,5 euros for children between +4 and 14 years).
Anything not mentioned above.
PRIVATE CITY TOUR IN ENGLISH IN CRACOW, ONLY FOR YOU AND YOUR GROUP
Price per person with 6 persons: 26 euros
Price per person with 5 persons: 30 euros
Price per person with 4 persons: 37 euros
Price per person with 3 persons: 48 euros
Price per person with 2 persons: 71 euros
If there are more persons make a request, contact us and we will quote a price for you.
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