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See it all - captivating Krakow bike tour
Cycle the city without missing a thing on this comprehensive bike tour of Krakow! Enjoy the benefits of bike rental and a family-friendly day tour suitable for children.
You’ll ride up to Wawel Castle, Poland’s most historically significant site and former residence of numerous kings. Cycle down to St. Anne’s Church and get your courage up - you'll soon be cycling to the Dragon’s Den! Hear from your guide all about the legend of the Wawel Dragon, said to have lived within these dark, dripping walls.
Riding out into sunlight again, feast your eyes on the Old Synagogue, the oldest in Poland, before you glide into the Jewish Quarter to learn about a crucial aspect of Polish history and heritage. Follow the Path of Pope John Paul II before you glide into the gorgeous green of the Planty Gardens, awash with blooming trees and delicate flowers. A solemn moment at the New Jewish Cemetery follows before you take in the façade of the Jagiellonian University, the oldest in Poland and the 13th oldest running university in the world. There are haunting secrets surrounding the WWII Jewish Ghetto, reminding visitors of the darkest hour in Poland’s history.
Your bicycle tour continues to the Bishop’s Palace and onwards along the sublime green banks of the Vistula River, a favorite spot for sunbathers, which has its own dragon legends. Ride into Old Town Square and on to Kazimierz, a beautiful bohemian street of alternative bars and clubs which dance to a different beat.
Schindler’s Factory is a domineering presence and a site of monumental history. Take it all in before riding on to the Franciscan Church and admiring the medieval city walls, before your final stop of the day tour at the Old Jewish Cemetery.
Days Start Finish Daily 12:00 pm ~4:30 pm Daily 11:00 am ~3:30 pm Daily 12:00 pm ~4:30 pm
Rate EUR Adult €25 Youth €23 Child €19 Infant €0
- Bike and helmet rental
- Certified guides
Meeting place & directions
The city bike tour meets in the main market square under the statue of Adam Mickiewicz. You will recognize a guide with a 'Bike tour meeting point' sign and a bike.
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