Barbican and Florian Gate - the remnants of the ancient city fortifications. Main Market Square - the largest medieval market square in Europe with St. Mary’s Basilica and it’s marvelous 15th century altar carved in wood (entry fee 6 PLN per person), Cloth Hall and Town Hall Tower Jagiellonian University district - the second oldest university of Central and Eastern Europe with such renown students as Nicolaus Copernicus and Karol Wojtyła (Pope John Paul II) Franciscan church and famous “Papal window” at the Bishop’s Palace. Wawel Hill - Royal Castle and Cathedral - main residence, coronation and burial site for polish kings.
Duration: approx. 2,5 h
Wawel Hill with Royal Castle and Cathedral Franciscan church and famous “Papal window” at the Bishops’ Palace. Main Market square with St. Mary’s Basilica Kazimierz district – former Jewish quarter with synagogues for Orthodox and Progressive Jews, cemetery, ritual slaughterhouse.
Duration: approx. 3, 5 h
Kazimierz district – former Jewish quarter. Former Ghetto in Podgórze district with the Holocaust sites - Ghetto Heroes Square, remnants of the ghetto wall, Oscar Schindler's Enamel Factory - Krakow under Nazi occupation 1939-1945 exposition (entry fee 19 PLN per person).
Duration: approx. 3,5 h
All walking tours with a licensed city guide.
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