01 Apr 17 - 31 Mar 18: DailyDuration
4 hoursStart time
01 Apr 17 - 30 Apr 17: 12:00pm
01 May 17 - 30 Sep 17: 10:00am & 3:00pm
01 Oct 17 - 15 Nov 17: 12:00pm
16 Nov 17 - 31 Mar 18: 11:00am
Please make your way to 2 Grodzka Street.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time for check-in. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
The tour end at 2 Grodzka Street.
Explore one of Europe’s most beautiful cities on this easy bike tour. Discover Krakow’s Old Town, one of the finest medieval town centers anywhere in the world.
Learn the city’s turbulent history and marvel that so many lovely buildings have survived Mongol invasions, the rise and fall of empires, and two World Wars.
Pedal through the atmospheric Jewish district Kazimierz. This beguiling neighborhood has survived the darkest of times to become the thriving place you see today. Antique shops, art galleries and cafés sit cheek-by-jowl with important features of Jewish heritage such as the cemetery, the ghetto and the synagogues.
Learn the true story of Krakow industrialist Oskar Schindler, immortalized in the film “Schindler’s List”, who saved more than 1000 Jews during the Nazi regime. See the actual factory where Schindler’s Jewish workers were employed. Find out how the film helped revitalize Kazimierz.
For your exciting Krakow Bike Tour you should make your way to the start point at 2 Grodzka Street. Here you will meet your English-speaking guide and collect your bike.
Your tour first takes you through the Old Town with its glorious medieval buildings, now designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Until the 16th century this district was the center of Polish political, social and cultural life.
You’ll see the famous Main Market Square. Surrounded by elegant townhouses, palaces and churches, this is the largest medieval town square of any European city. At its center is the magnificent Renaissance Cloth Hall, and next to it the Town Hall Tower, a famous landmark.
Your guide will point out St. Mary’s, a brick two-towered Gothic church with a poignant tradition. Every hour, a plaintive trumpet signal plays from the taller tower to commemorate a famous 13th century trumpeter who was shot while sounding the alarm before a Mongol attack.
You’ll also see Florian’s Gate, a medieval tower built as part of the city’s defenses against Turkish attack, and the Czartoryski Museum, housing a rich and eclectic collection of artifacts begun by Princess Izabella Czartoryska in 1796.
Your tour also takes you through the atmospheric Jewish Quarter (Kazimierz). See the Jewish cemetery, synagogues, and ghetto and hear the turbulent history of this fascinating area, the setting for Steven Spielberg’s film “Schindler’s List”. This film is based on the true story of German industrialist Oskar Schindler who is credited with saving the lives of more than 1200 Jews during the Holocaust. See the enamelware factory owned by Schindler, where he employed Jewish workers and protected them during the Nazi regime.
After visiting the Jewish quarter you will make your way past the Vistula river and Wawel Hill with its famous Dragon’s Den. The “Den” is a cave reputed to have once been home to a fearsome monster. You’ll also see the vast complex of Wawel Castle, a former royal residence originally built in Gothic style and added to over the years.
The tour ends back at the starting point.
Free Krakow Audio Guide! With all bookings of this tour you will receive a downloadable Krakow audio guide absolutely free
The link to download your free audio guide will be emailed to you within 72 hours of receiving your booking
Please do not drink alcohol before joining the tour.
This tour does not go inside any attractions.
There is a special 'seat' for child on parents' bike.
It was really very nice!...MIHAIL NENOV
The bike tour was a great way to get to know the city. Very knowledgeable guide . Would highly recommend...Mrs Audrey IW Hanna
My wife and I took this bike tour from the 2 Groshka Street, close to City Centre (booked thr Isango) and we were only 2 of us with the Guide, Sylvia. The Bikes were in good...SANTOSH MOHE