What To Expect
For centuries, Jews played a big part in creating history and culture in Krakow (known as or Kroke in Yiddish). Prior to the second World War, they made about a fourth of the population.
It was here that renowned philosopher Mojzesz (or Remuh) taught, Helena Rubinstein was born, and Roman Polanski spent his childhood. The old Jewish district, which was included in the 1978 UNESCO World Heritage List, became an even more recognizable landmark in Europe following the release of the famous "Schindler's List".
English speaking guide
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Children below 4 years old are free of charge. Until 31 December 2016, child rates are for children 4 to 16 years old. Starting 01 January 2017, child rates will be applicable for children 4 to 14 years old.
The pick-up bus is not necessarily the tour bus. It is possible that you will have to change the bus at our central starting point.
This tour may be reserved until 15:00 of the working day before your travel date.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
2 hours 30 minutes
2 hours and 30 minutes