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Where can I change money?

You can exchange your cash for Polish zlotys (PLN's) at money exchange offices operating all around Krakow. These change offices are called "kantors" in Polish.

Do people speak English in Krakow?

Yes. Krakow is a big tourists city and a lot of people speak English there. Even in small stores cashiers would switch to English easily if they saw a trouble with understanding their questions.

How to get from Krakow airport to the city centre?

You can go from airport to Krakow city center by rental car, public buses, train and private transfer ( mini-bus or car)
Contacts:
+48537880077
+48732888777

Where is the best shopping area in Krakow?

Galeria Krakowska shopping mall.
Pawia Street 5, 31-154 Krakow

Is it possible for the driver to pick me up from the hotel?

Pick up at the meeting point or selected hotels.
If  You have any doubts whether we are able to pick You up from Your hotel, write to us or call us.

Where to find Krakow’s best street food?

Stary Kleparz Farmers’ Market
For the best food shopping in Krakow, we recommend Stary Kleparz Market, located very close to the Old Town, just north of St. Florian’s Gate, between Matejko’s Square and Dluga Street.

How long in advance must we book and make full payment?

We recommend that you book your tour as soon as all of your travel dates are set. This way we can secure your seats for your reservation as soon as possible. Many times our tours can become sold out. Tours that may show availability online can easily become sold out, depending on when the full payment for the reservation has been made.

Can I put a deposit or make a partial payment for a reservation?

You are welcome to make deposits or partial payments for your reservation, but until Tours manager  receives full payment for your reservation, your seats will not be secured. Please make your complete payment as soon as possible so that we can confirm your seats for your reservation.

What things can I see in Krakow?
  • Main Square.

Main Square is in the heart of Krakow and is the largest medieval square in Europe. Dating back to the 13th century, the square is approximately 40,000 m² and has been home to commerce and markets.

  • Wawel Castle.

Built on a hill on the left bank of the Vistula River, the Wawel Catle boasts an amazing view.

  • Ghetto Heroes Square.

Take a moment to stop and think amidst the 70 metal chairs placed in the Ghetto Heroes Square to symbolize the dark period in which 15,000 Jews were crammed into this corner of the city to be killed, deported or left to die in concentration camps. The lights beneath each chair give the square a charming appeal when visited in the evening.

  • Eat Pierogi.

Give yourself a break during the sights-filled journey by tasting one of the most popular dishes of the Polish tradition, the Pierogi. Resembling the Italian ravioli, it is stuffed with various ingredients and can be served boiled or fried . Enjoy them with a good Polish beer; it is the best option.

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