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Sample traditional fare of pierogies, zapiekanka, and oscypek at local hideaways and explore Krakow’s bustling markets and neighborhoods. The perfect balance of cuisine and culture for a truly authentic local experience!
Local English-speaking guide; Appetizer, first and second course; Local snack; 2 traditional alcoholic beverages (1 beer, 1 vodka shot); Local fruit drink.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off; Additional food and beverages; Souvenirs and items of a personal nature; Gratuities for your local guide.
Hours of operation
Available daily; Start time at 6:00pm.
Approximately 2.5 - 3 hours.
Meeting Point: In front of the Spanish Bookshop (Libreria Espanola Elite), Old Town, Maly Rynek 3 (3 Small Market Square). Your guide will be wearing or holding something red with the Urban Adventures logo printed on it.
Ending Point: Szeroka Street, Kazimierz Jewish Quarter.
Learn about Krakow through the best local restaurants and bars on this walking tour of traditional Polish food and historical monuments. After all, the best way to understand how to live a local is to eat like a local!
Get your first taste of Polish cuisine and local beer over a discussion on Polish gastronomy in Small Market Square. From there we head to Rynek Main Market Square, the vibrant historical heart of Krakow, to visit to another fabulous hidden gem for a taste of a soup so good they hold an annual festival for it.
Get your cameras out as we walk along Royal Way and catch the best panoramic view of the Royal Castle and Cathedral. Our Krakow food tour continues with an education in a national culinary treasure – pierogies! If you think you’ve had perogies, just wait until you get your paws on actual pierogies. That extra ‘i’ makes all the difference. Trust.
With our belly full of Polish delicacies, we’ll walk through Kazimierz – formerly the Jewish quarter, a neighborhood that has blossomed into a buzzing Bohemian mecca of unique restaurants, bars, and shops. We revisit the district’s roots with a taste of the local Jewish cuisine, a shot of Bison vodka, and a listen to the live music that spills out of every restaurant on the main street.
At the end of our Krakow tour, you’ll probably be pretty tempted to stick around Kazimierz, but you’re also welcome to walk back to the city center with us. Regardless, be sure to ask your local guide for a rundown of the best hidden haunts to spend the rest of a magical evening in Krakow.
Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.
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