Krakow is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. Every year, thousands of tourists visit the former capital of Poland. This city has a rich offer of tourist attractions, therefore a day trip or even a weekend getaway is not enough to see all the monuments and beautiful places that are Krakow’s identity. But Krakow for a week – it sounds better! It is important to plan the best Krakow city tour.
What is the best way to spend a week in Krakow?
During your visit to Krakow, you can order a trip, and in the evening relax in the restaurant of your choice and taste local delicious food.
You can pick Krakow city tour in in one of the following Segway options: Old Town Tour, Kazimierz Tour, Regular Tour and Krakow by Night. Each route is unique and touches on the most beautiful and well-known buildings and places in Krakow. There are 30, 90 and 120 minute routes. Having a whole week to explore Krakow, you have a lot of time to visit these places again more thoroughly. It is worth starting with Barbican, a 16th century gate resembling a small castle. The Barbican has a drawbridge and a moat. Then we will go through the Florian’s Gate, which was founded at the beginning of the 14th century and was one of the nine Krakow entry gates to the city. The gate was connected with the Barbican by a partially closed corridor passing through the moat over which the bridge is preserved to this day. Another focus should be Main Market Square. On the Krakow market you can admire medieval constructions that are known all over the world. In one of the corners there is St. Mary’s Basilica, built in the14th century. One of the city’s most well-known landmarks is located in the centerpiece of the square, and this is Cloth Hall. The Wawel Castle also became one of the most important museums in the country, storing a valuable set of paintings, graphics, sculptures, fabrics, goldsmiths, military items, porcelain, and furniture. It is also worth seeing the beautiful panorama of Krakow by visiting Kościuszko Mound.