Private, unique city tour of Cracow from Warsaw by express train with pick up

What To Expect:

A full day tour starting at 6:30 in the morning. Travel to Cracow by an express train which departures at 9:25 am. The price of a sightseeing tour depends on the number of participants and includes all transport, the service of a local guide and the entrance fees to the museum and places of historic interest. 

Languages:

en

Duration: 11h

Starting Time: 6:30 AM

Cut-off Time: 12h

Price:

1 Person(s) - 290.00 € - English / Person
2 Person(s) - 192.00 € - English / Person
3 Person(s) - 155.00 € - English / Person
4 Person(s) - 135.00 € - English / Person
5 Person(s) - 135.00 € - English / Person
6 Person(s) - 129.00 € - English / Person
7 Person(s) - 129.00 € - English / Person
8 Person(s) - 129.00 € - English / Person

Description:

Cracow is the most often visited city in Poland and we will help you to find out why. You will be picked up at your hotel by an English speaking representative and transferred to the Warsaw Central Railway Station (Warszawa Centralna) from where you will travel by train. An express train will take you to Cracow as fast and comfortable as it can be. Our professional, reliable tour guide will greet you at the station and then you will be taken to the fascinating journey through the secrets of Cracow. Relax and plunge into a magical atmosphere of the legendary „city of Polish Kings”.

Below we present an example program of the tour:
1. The Royal Castle of Wawel. An imposing gem of mediaeval architecture that has survived the ravages of time in almost pristine condition. The former residence of the Piast, Jagiellonian and Vasa dynasties in which you can admire a unique collection of tapestries once owned by King Sigismund August. You will also visit the Grand Audience Hall, which is also known as the 'Hall of Heads'. The wonders of Wawel Castle are included on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List. 
2. The Royal Cathedral, one of the finest churches in Poland with its astonishing mediaeval architecture. Sigismund's Chapel, known as the 'pearl of the Renaissance north of the Alps’ is the most outstanding architectural gem of the Renaissance in Poland. 
3. The Market Square and the Cloth Hall, one of the largest squares in Europe, the scene of various historic events. The tour includes a visit to the mediaeval stalls where you can buy souvenirs including amber and silver jewellery. 
4. St. Florian's Gate, one of the oldest gates in Cracow. The gate, along with the Barbican, was the Gate of Honour through which the King and his Royal entourage would enter the town.
5. Kazimierz, the old Jewish District included on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List with the Old Synagogue, dated from the 15th Century, which is the oldest in Poland.

Reservation Form

DESCRIPTION
Upon booking, you will receive a voucher by email containing all details about the tour. You can check the status of your booking at anytime.

AFTER YOU BOOK
Please print the electronic voucher sent to you. It contains the operator's complete contact details and local telephone numbers. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: CONTACT THE OPERATOR A DAY BEFORE THE TOUR TO SETTLE PAYMENT

WHAT IF I NEED TO CHANGE OR CANCEL MY BOOKING?
That's ok. We will try to be as flexible as possible. But you must inform us by email of the change or cancellation as soon as possible. The appropriate amount will be credited back to your credit card account. Contact our Customer Service for help with changes or cancellations.

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