- Learn about 14th-century Poland with your local guide as you explore a UNESCO World Heritage castle
- Visit the staterooms where Polish kings were crowned, wander the chambers and courtyards, and hear tales of a turbulent past
- See the precious jewels in the Royal Armory and Treasury exhibitions
Jump into the fascinating history of Wawel Hill and see stone sculptures and architectural details all discovered on archaeological excavations over the past 100 years. The Rotunda of Sts. Felix and Adauctus (or Rotunda of the Blessed Virgin Mary) was built in the 10th/11th century and excavated and reconstructed in 1917–1918.
Get medieval at one of Europe's most amazing castles and hear stories dating back to 14th-century Poland with your knowledgeable local guide. Wander the staterooms where kings were crowned, explore courtyards, and see the Royal Armory and Treasury!
As one of the most dazzling gems on the UNESCO World Heritage list, Wawel Castle has the wow factor. With your local guide, explore Krakow's number one tourist attraction and get a glimpse of fascinating 14th-century Poland!
Looming over the Vistula river, the Wawel oozes atmosphere and stories. Built at the command of King Casimir III the Great, who reigned from 1333 to 1370, its turbulent past makes for a tale or two!
Wander the staterooms where kings were crowned, explore chambers and courtyards, and learn about the castle's numerous presidential connections.
In the Royal Armory and Treasury exhibitions, check out the precious jewels and treasures once owned by Polish royal families. This is a fun, educational way to uncover the history of Krakow and feel the past as if you lived it here yourself!
- Skip-the-line access to Wawel Castle
- Access to the State Rooms
- Guided tour in English
- Main Market Square - Small Group Walking Tour (November - March)
Head to the tour meeting point at 25 Kanonicza Street, in front of the Dlugosza House. Look out for a guide with the Discover Cracow sign and show them your smartphone ticket. Make sure to arrive 10 minutes before the tour starts!
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
the only problem was the meeting place and the actual tour stat were a fair distance apart, it was extremely hot and up hill and I struggled to keep up