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Sightseeing Bike Tour of Krakow

Highlights
  • With a guide, learn more about Krakow history than you would on your own
  • Get some outdoor exercise on this bike tour
  • Enjoy a Polish lunch inside a historic shopping location 
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Sightseeing Bike Tour of Krakow
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12PM DEPARTUREMost Popular
Tour departs at 12pm.
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Tour departs at 11am.
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Tour departs at 3pm.
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Overview
Make the most of sightseeing in Krakow on a guided bike tour, a great way to explore the city while orienting yourself. See main attractions such as the Main Square, Wawel Castle, and Kazimierz without stressing about traffic or parking. Spend an afternoon outdoors while you learn about the area’s rich history and architecture. Plus, eat in a Polish restaurant that once housed a 19th-century tailor and carpenter shop.
What to Expect
Your bike tour begins in Krakow’s Main Market Square, one of the largest medieval squares in Europe. Meet your guide at the Adam Mickiewicz statue, and set off along the Planty Gardens to Jagiellonian University.

Take advantage of a quick stop at the Bishop’s Palace to glimpse Pope John Paul II’s window, then pass Oskar Schindler’s former house. Continue to Wawel Royal Castle, the former home of Polish royalty and now one of the country’s leading art museums.

Follow the Vistula River toward the Krakow Ghetto, where you see the remains of the historical Jewish quarter. Then, eat at Polish restaurant inside a building that once housed a 19th-century general store, carpenter’s shop, and tailor’s shop.

After lunch, finish the tour at your original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 36 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Fabulous touring throuhg the history!!!!

We had a great tour around the city with our guide Simon. He told us so much about the history and had a lot of patience to answer all our questions and to wait for us while we were stopping during the ride to take...More

1  Thank Mary S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Very interesting tour with Anthony!

If you have a short stay in Krakow, just do this tour! You will see the best of the city and have a good historical view. Anthony was our super charming guide. And they arranged a very tasty Polish lunch for us.

Thank Sindram
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Ike arise around Kraków with lunch

Excellent, Anthony a great guide. Very knowledgeable, funny, a very easy and beautiful ride. So good have booked another on Segway in a couple of day.

Thank danthemanwhocan
Reviewed 3 days ago
Amazing experience!

Due to weather we were the only two riders guided by Simon our knowledgeable, personable and humorous tour guide. The tour consisted of an informative guide, beautiful Polish dumplings in a lovely restaurant and a burst of exercise needed after eating the superb food on...More

1  Thank Angela G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
See several key sites in 3 hours

A real time and money saver, as we were guided by Tom to all the main attractions. Interesting to hear a personal view, rather than a generic script. Didn't appreciate the restaurant visit at the end though (naff food inc in price). The company would...More

Thank CLARE M
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CumbriaScottishBabe
26 July 2018|
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Response from sharpy1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi no, not at all. You circle in a lot of park, so always people to watch out for. There is some road riding, but not on busy main roads. The guide is brilliant, they keep a check on all in their group continuously. It’s a... More
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23 June 2018|
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Response from LeMauzac | Reviewed this property |
My wife and I are senior citizens, used to walking but not much recent cycling. We did not find it strenuous. There are a few hills but we managed without any trouble - most of the trip was flat, on pedestrian paths and... More
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