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Krakow: Folk Show & 3-Course Dinner at Jama Michalika Café

1. Krakow: Folk Show & 3-Course Dinner at Jama Michalika Café

Immerse yourself in Polish culture with this Folk music and dancing show in Krakow. Have the opportunity to dance along with the music. Feast on a mouth-watering dinner of authentic Polish food.  Begin your evening at Jama Michalika Café in the heart of Krakow. Soak up the atmosphere in this space that was once a bustling hub for the city’s bohemian crowd. Sit among paintings and caricatures of Krakow's artists, writers, and journalists. Relax as the concert and dancing performance starts. Learn about Polish traditions and folklore as you watch performers dressed in regional costumes tell their stories through dance and folk music. Be invited to join in with the dancing during the concert. Afterward, savor a 3-course dinner of traditional Polish fare amid the lively atmosphere. With appetites sated, your dinner show will conclude after your meal. 

From Krakow: Polish Folk Show with All-You-Can-Eat Dinner

2. From Krakow: Polish Folk Show with All-You-Can-Eat Dinner

Enjoy a special evening featuring a folk show. During the event, you will hear dynamic and lively Polish folk music and see traditional Polish dances from Kraków and other parts of Poland. You will be invited to interact with the dancers and musicians if you wish to participate. This event is great fun and entertaining for everybody, especially for guests who want to learn about Polish culture and food. Celebrate with your family, partner, or friends during this experience. The restaurant is situated just outside of Krakow and overlooks beautiful Lake Kryspinów. You will be taken by a double-decker bus through the picturesque parts of Krakow. The folk show dinner includes a glass of cherry vodka upon welcome, a 3-course dinner, a regional cold buffet, and a regional warm buffet. You will also have unlimited drinks - including beer and wine.

Krakow: Pub Crawl with 1 hour unlimited Alcohol

3. Krakow: Pub Crawl with 1 hour unlimited Alcohol

Start your pub crawl from St. Wojeciech Church in the heart of Krakow's Old Town. Meet your party guides and your group and head to your first stop to enjoy an hour of unlimited vodka, beer, rum, gin, whisky, shots, and mixers. Play lots of drinking games like flip cup, beer pong, and flip coin. Discover four more of Krakow's best bars, karaoke spots, and clubs. Enjoy free entry and a free welcome shot at each location. Arrive at the final club at 3 AM, where you can keep the party going till the morning. Hold onto the memories of a great night out with a professional photographer capturing moments throughout the night.

Krakow: Pub, Bar & Club Crawl

4. Krakow: Pub, Bar & Club Crawl

Begin your bar crawl at 9:45 PM in the Old Town in front of St Mary's Church and Hard Rock Cafe. Meet your party host and get acquainted with the rest of your group. Arrive at the first bar where from 10 PM to 11 PM you can enjoy access to unlimited beer, rum, gin, vodka, shots, and mixers. Play lots of drinking games like flip cup, beer pong, and drinking Jenga. A professional photographer will capture all of the amusement. Then, set off to visit 3 of  Krakow's best bars, pubs, and clubs. At each venue, receive free entry and a free welcome shot. Arrive at the final club at 2 AM where you can take advantage of VIP entry so you won't have to wait in line.

Krakow: Auschwitz & Salt Mine Day Trip with Optional Lunch

5. Krakow: Auschwitz & Salt Mine Day Trip with Optional Lunch

Learn about the tragic history of the largest former concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau and descend to the underground Museum: Wieliczka Salt Mine on this guided tour from Krakow. Begin in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum with a guide provided by the museum. You'll learn the terrible history of the largest concentration camp in Europe. After a short break, you will be driven to the Birkenau Museum where you'll spend around 1 hour with the same guide. During the second half of your full-day program, travel to the Salt Mine in Wieliczka, which is one of the oldest working salt mines in the world. Spend some free time before entering the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Head 140 meters underground on a 2.5-hour journey along more than 2.5 kilometers of tourist routes and see chambers with amazing carvings and statues, with everything made of salt.

Krakow: New Year's Eve Pub Crawl w/2 Hours Unlimited Drinks

6. Krakow: New Year's Eve Pub Crawl w/2 Hours Unlimited Drinks

Discover Krakow's best bars, karaoke spots, and clubs on a guided New Year's pub crawl. Enjoy unlimited drinks for two hours, meet fellow travelers, and ring in the new year in Krakow's best hotspots with a photographer there to capture it all. Start your pub crawl at the Church of St. Wojciech in the heart of Krakow's Old Town. Meet your party guides and head to your first stop. Indulge in unlimited vodka, beer, rum, gin, whisky, shots, and mixers for up to two hours. Enjoy free entry and a welcome shot at each location. Play drinking games like flip cup, beer pong, and flip coin, and break the ice with fellow travelers. Arrive at the final club in time for the New Year's countdown, and celebrate the new year into the morning. Hold onto the memories with a professional photographer capturing moments throughout the night and even cross paths with a magician.

Krakow: Christmas Music Concert With Wine

7. Krakow: Christmas Music Concert With Wine

What could be better than to have a special cozy evening listening as the Christmas music is virtuously played by the famous Royal Chamber Orchestra, while you enjoy a glass of wine. The Royal Chamber Orchestra was founded by Sławomir Prokopik in 2007. It consists of Kraków’s most illustrious musicians, internationally renowned graduates of the Academy of Music. Their music showcases their impeccable taste, boundless imagination and remarkable technique. The concert takes place in an old historical tenement house called “Dębinskim” or “Under Barrel”. The house was built in the 15th Century as an one-storeyed building and it was restructured thoroughly in the middle of the 16th Century. After that the house became the property of a Royal Hunter named Kaspar Dębinski who worked for the Royal Family in the Wawel Castle. At present you can see the extraordinary 19th-century staircase with its original richly ornameted railing made of iron leading to the concert hall.

Krakow: The Full Polish Food and Vodka Experience

8. Krakow: The Full Polish Food and Vodka Experience

Enjoy the ultimate experience of Polish culture and cuisine on this 5-course guided, evening dining tour. Discover a selection of Krakow's best-hidden restaurants, and dine on some of the most delicious food and vodka Poland has to offer. During the tour, savor 5 courses of food consisting of 3 main courses and 2 tasters, as well as 4 different vodkas. Listen to your guide's stories as you embark on a journey of culinary delight. Menu • Polish Zurek Soup • Pierogi• Gołabki (pork and cabbage rolls) with potatoes and sauce • Highland cheese • Traditional Polsih dessert • Flavored Polish vodka • Bison grass vodka • Speciality shot

From Krakow: Full-Day Tour of Zakopane and Tatra Mountains

9. From Krakow: Full-Day Tour of Zakopane and Tatra Mountains

Visit Zakopane, a sleepy village built at the foot of the magnificent Tatra Mountains, and immerse yourself in the charming local culture. Admire the rugged beauty of this quaint village, popularized by Dr. Tytus Chałubiński, who began sending his patients there to benefit from the breathtaking natural landscape and peaceful atmosphere. Explore the vibrant village and hear the stories of all the influential people who came to Zakopane to escape the bustle of the city and focus on their art and literature. Visit the oldest corners of the village and enjoy a trip to the local market for some cheese tasting. Continue to the Cemetery of Peksowy Brzyzek and make a turn to see the beautiful wooden church of Zakopane. For the truly fantastic views of your surroundings, travel in comfort up Gubalowka Hill on the funicular rail. Experience the charm of the past in “the winter capital of Poland” and marvel at the wild beauty of the Polish countryside.

Krakow: Guided Craft Beer Tour

10. Krakow: Guided Craft Beer Tour

Just as there is no practice without theory, you should not drink beer without professional tastings. During your visit to three pubs you will talk about the history of beer, including how to taste it, and the types of beer unique to Poland. You will be shown how vast the range of beer flavors are, and how beer, or piwo in Polish, is the most obvious beverage to drink in Poland. The Poles are lucky to be currently experiencing a so-called “Polish craft-beer revolution”, with dozens of microbreweries opening each year. During your trip you will visit 3 pubs. At the first one, you'll attempt to figure out just why Pilsner is the go-to beer almost everywhere in the world. Additionally, your guide will talk you through the most effective way to taste beer. In the second pub, you’ll try two types of beer unique to Poland. This includes the legendary Grodzisk, which is also called a champagne beer, and its recipe has stayed unaltered since the 13th century. For those of you who think you've tried it all, in the third pub you'll be shown how different beers can be. Your guides will also talk with you about the booming craft beer scene that has been happening in Poland over the last decade.

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What people are saying about Krakow

We enjoyed the show and the dinner. We took our 3 year old daughter and she was entertained with the music and dancing. We each participated in one of the dances. The food was good. The service takes a while, but this is much the same as every place we ate in Poland.

Our tour guide Sebastian was great, as were both our guides at the salt mine and Auschwitz! Everything ran very smoothly with very detailed directions. Our driver was also excellent. Would definitely recommend this tour to others.

We had a great evening with Thomas, gave a great insight into beers and polish life. Went above and beyond, even after the tour had finished.

It was a very nice experience! Meeting new people and having have! Great night!

i enjoyed the show and the food too...highly recommended..