Krakow City Bike Tour Reviews


Krakow City Bike Tour

Krakow · from €25 EUR

4.5 hours
5/5 (4)
Rider Level: Leisure
Rider Level: Leisure
5/5 (4)
4.5 hours

Days Start Finish
Daily · May 9–Jun 15 12:00 pm ~4:30 pm
Daily · Jun 16–Aug 31 10:00 am ~2:30 pm
Daily · Sep 1–Dec 15 12:00 pm ~4:30 pm

Description:
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…

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  • Discover the captivating city of Krakow
    (5/5) Ivan Kusovac 4 weeks ago

    Fun time

    · Krakow City Bike Tour

    Our guide was fantastic—a proud local with fascinating stories and insider tips about the city. Biking was easy, and our group was small enough to navigate the city effortlessly.

    •  (photo by Ivan Kusovac)
    •  (photo by Ivan Kusovac)
    •  (photo by Ivan Kusovac)
  • (5/5) Vasilije Kusovac 3 months ago

    Great bike tour

    · Krakow City Bike Tour

    Great way to experience Krakow! Our guide Mike was very helpful in explaining the history of the city and showing us around the city. It was very fun, I would recommend to everyone.

  • (5/5) Velimir Dj. May 29, 2023

    Perfect way to explore the city

    · Krakow City Bike Tour

    This was now the third time that I go on a guided city bike tour in general, so I can now officially say that I'm hooked on this type of city sightseeing. I don't see any better way to get the idea of a city, but by touring it on a bike, and visiting the most important sites, with a local knowledgable guide revealing you the city's stories, and history.

    Very well organized and executed, dynamic, informative, and entertaining at the same time. Great job, guys!

    •  (photo by Velimir Dj.)
    •  (photo by Velimir Dj.)
    •  (photo by Velimir Dj.)
  • (5/5) Bozena K. May 29, 2023

    Getting to know Krakow on a sunny bike ride

    · Krakow City Bike Tour

    We stayed in Krakow for 2 days only, of which one was dedicated to a Wieliczka Salt Mine visit. Taking this tour on the second day was the best thing to do, since in about 4 hours, it allowed us to get an overview of the city, and learn about its history and origin, by visiting the main sites. We were also lucky to have an excellent local guide, who told us all sorts of exciting stories about Krakow.

    The tour's pace is very easy, and the route is very well organized, with a lunch break halfway through the tour, in the neighborhood across the Vistula River, which allows you to enjoy the view. The second part of the tour explores exactly this less-known part of the city, which we would've missed visiting otherwise.

    Big thumbs up for the complete organization.

    •  (photo by Bozena K.)
    •  (photo by Bozena K.)
    •  (photo by Bozena K.)
    •  (photo by Bozena K.)