Welcome to Krakow, a city of art and the cultural capital of Poland, a jewel recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage.
You will be surprised to find out how many activities take place in this old city, and surely you will be engaged by its vibrant atmosphere.
Your tour will start at the Barbican, one of the major remnants of the fortified walls of the city that dates back to the 14th century. You will examine its thick walls, its turrets, and its deep moat.
Then the tour will lead you to St. Mary's Church, an original example of Gothic art and architecture. There you will admire the biggest Gothic altar in the world, made by the famous artist Veit Stoss.
Of course, you won't miss Bunkier Sztuki, literally the "Art Bunker," which is a recently constructed building that hosts many interesting exhibitions related to the contemporary art scene.
Continue your tour near Wawel Castle at Vistula River. Throughout the centuries, Wawel hill was recognized as the place for power and administration, hosting the monarchs of the city for hundreds of years.
Your tour will finish at Pawilion Wyspianski. It has three massive and magnificent stained glass windows you will admire.
Be ready to discover the best Krakow has to offer!