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Krakow: Chopin Piano Recital at Chopin Concert Hall

1. Krakow: Chopin Piano Recital at Chopin Concert Hall

Indulge your ears with the sounds of Chopin’s piano music, and experience one of the most important elements of culture. Appreciate the genius of Poland’s best-known composer in the unique atmosphere of Krakow's Market Square. Attend a special concert dedicated to Frederic Chopin, an icon of Polish and European music and a piano virtuoso in his own right, and listen to his most famous piano pieces performed by talented young pianists. Concerts are held in the Chopin Concert Hall, decorated with Gothic architectural elements. Listen to nocturnes, mazurkas, and polonaises, in which Chopin expressed his feeling of longing for his homeland. The combination of atmospheric interior and excellent music will provide an unforgettable experience, and not just for music aficionados.

Krakow: Evening Cruise with a Glass of Wine

2. Krakow: Evening Cruise with a Glass of Wine

Sail on the Vistula River and enjoy an evening of sophistication in the royal city. Experience the breathtaking views by night, marvelous city lights, and the unique atmosphere that the river has to offer. The tour starts near the Wawel Castle, then continues upstream to the Convent of the Norbertine Sisters and the home of Pope Jean Paul II. Further on, the boat takes a route downriver, passing by the historical Wawel Castle and the Church on the Rock, then revealing the beauty of the Kazimierz and Podgórze districts with its distinctive bridges. The cruise finishes back at Kapitan Victor's mooring. A complimentary drink of your choice will be provided before the tour starts.

Krakow: Romantic Evening Vistula Cruise with a Glass of Wine

3. Krakow: Romantic Evening Vistula Cruise with a Glass of Wine

Spend your evening discovering one of the most beautiful cities in Poland with a Vistula River cruise. Experience Krakow from a new perspective as you relax, admire monuments located along the river, listen to stories about the city, and enjoy your evening. The cruise begins near Wawel Hill. Heading towards the Salwator district, you will hear very interesting stories and legends about Kraków's knights. While approaching the Norbertine Sisters' Convent, you can see the Kościuszko Mound over Krakow in the distance. On the way back you will be able to see the house at Tyniecka Street, where Karol Wojtyła, later John Paul II, lived during the occupation period. On the other side of the Castle, in the Dębniki district, you can admire the Manggha Japanese Art Center, a national cultural institution, which entered into the State Museum Register in 2013. You can also see the Church on Skalka, which also has a long and rich history dating back to the Stone Age. Learn about Kazimierz, a special place shaped by being a centuries-old Christian-Jewish neighborhood.

From Krakow: Wine Tasting at Wieliczka Vineyard

4. From Krakow: Wine Tasting at Wieliczka Vineyard

After pickup from your accommodation in Krakow, relax in an air-conditioned vehicle as you’re taken the short distance to Wieliczka Vineyard. The vineyard is just 10 km from Krakow and is one of the best spots in Poland for wine growing. Learn the history of the vineyard, and how the owners bring their prize-winning experience of working in vineyards and wineries on four continents. See the organic farm methods they use, and the variety of plants they maintain besides grapes for wine. Taste a total of 4 wines or ciders and stroll through the vineyard. Enjoy a traditional local snack as an accompaniment (for an additional fee), such as cheese or local cold cuts of meat.

Krakow: Old Town with Wine and Tapas Walking Tour

5. Krakow: Old Town with Wine and Tapas Walking Tour

Feel like a local as you uncover the secrets of Krakow's Old Town on a guided walking tour. Admire sights like the Cloth Hall Museum and the Gothic St. Mary's Basilica while also discovering some hidden gems. Delight your senses with wines and tapas at a 15th-century cellar. Meet your guide and begin your Old Town walking tour. Stroll to sights like the grand Rynek Główny square. Walk down narrow lanes past funky stores and quaint cafes. Work up an appetite and head to a 15th-century traditional wine cellar. Taste 3 wines that have been recommended by local experts along with delicious Polish tapas dishes. Finish your tour at a local rooftop café where you can purchase a glass of wine and take in the atmosphere of this fabulous city with uninterrupted views of the Krakow skyline and the magnificent Royal Castle.

Krakow: Guided Wine Tasting Experience

6. Krakow: Guided Wine Tasting Experience

Feel like a local as you uncover the secrets of Krakow's Old Town on a guided walking tour. Admire sights like the Cloth Hall Museum and the Gothic St. Mary's Basilica while also discovering some hidden gems. Delight your senses with wines and tapas at a 15th-century cellar. Meet your guide and begin your Old Town walking tour. Stroll to sights like the grand Rynek Główny square. Walk down narrow lanes past funky stores and quaint cafes. Work up an appetite and head to a 15th-century traditional wine cellar. Taste 3 wines that have been recommended by local experts along with delicious Polish tapas dishes. Finish your tour at a local rooftop café where you can purchase a glass of wine and take in the atmosphere of this fabulous city with uninterrupted views of the Krakow skyline and the magnificent Royal Castle.

Krakow: Christmas Street Food Tour with Mulled Wine

7. Krakow: Christmas Street Food Tour with Mulled Wine

Wrap up tight and head into the heart of Krakow to meet your guide at the Main Square. Start the tour with a delicious cup of mulled wine to help warm you up for the culinary adventure ahead. Follow your guide through Krakow’s picturesque medieval streets covered in glistening white snow, and listen to tales and stories about Poland's Christmas traditions. Arrive at the first stop of the tour and taste Poland’s famous smoked cheese, oscypek, and a local ring-shaped bread, obwarzanek. Head to a bustling market next and soak up the festive atmosphere of the quaint stalls while discovering the flavors of pickled cabbage and cucumber. Continue the tour to a local restaurant where you can enjoy an unusual sour soup known as zurek, as well as Poland’s national dish, pierogis. While you eat, learn about Polish folklore before heading to the final stop where a sweet treat awaits. Taste traditional Polish doughnuts called paczek, which originated during the communism period, and listen to some interesting facts about this historical era. At the end of a fun-filled experience, it’s time to say goodbye with a shot of authentic Polish vodka.

Krakow: Old Town Guided Walking Tour with Wine and Tapas

8. Krakow: Old Town Guided Walking Tour with Wine and Tapas

Feel like a local as you uncover the secrets of Krakow's Old Town on a guided walking tour. Admire sights like the Cloth Hall Museum and the Gothic St. Mary's Basilica while also discovering some hidden gems. Delight your senses with wines and tapas at a 15th-century cellar. Meet your guide and begin your Old Town walking tour. Stroll to sights like the grand Rynek Główny square. Walk down narrow lanes past funky stores and quaint cafes. Work up an appetite and head to a 15th-century traditional wine cellar. Taste 3 wines that have been recommended by local experts along with delicious Polish tapas dishes. Finish your tour at a local rooftop café where you can purchase a glass of wine and take in the atmosphere of this fabulous city with uninterrupted views of the Krakow skyline and the magnificent Royal Castle.

Krakow: Craft Beer Discovery Tour

9. Krakow: Craft Beer Discovery Tour

After gathering at the meeting point with your guide, begin your tour combining stories about how the world's favorite drink changed the course of history, and how it has helped build Polish national identity. This is accompanied by professional tastings of a huge variety of Polish traditional and craft beers, last but not least, a basic sensory course after which beer will never taste the same again. Visit iconic places for bar lovers and home brewers as you are taken off the beaten path to explore new tastes and get a glimpse of the real local atmosphere of the Kraków’s "after hours" life. This activity provides you with the chance to try at least 8 samples of craft beers whilst presenting the Polish impact on the complex evolution of drinking. Expect a professional approach, not just another pub crawl - it will still be plenty of fun though. There are about 1,500 beers premiering in Poland each year, which means more than 4 new bottles per day. No-one can taste them all, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t at least try.

Krakow: Old Town by Electric Golf Cart and Walking Wine Tour

10. Krakow: Old Town by Electric Golf Cart and Walking Wine Tour

Choose an eco-friendly and quiet golf cart as a means of transport on this most popular sightseeing tour in Krakow. In a small group, drive through the most beautiful streets of the Old Town admiring palaces, houses and churches and listening to audio commentary. Stop at the Main Market Square - the heart of the city to enjoy the view of the Cloth Hall and St. Mary's Church, tour the Planty Park observing the remains of the city walls and head towards the famous Wawel Hill ... At the foot of the Royal Castle, meet your guide, who will then take you along the path of local wine sites, introducing you to the culture and history of the country. You will go down to the underground cellar and try what wine tastes like in Krakow, and a little later you will sit in a chair on the roof of one of the tenement houses to admire the Royal Castle and the Vistula from above with a glass of wine in your hand.

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What people are saying about Krakow

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 52 reviews

Pianist Pawel Kubica entertained us for about an hour with compositions by Fryderyk Chopin.

En magisk time med en fantastisk pianist som tolket chopin på en fin måte.

Fantastic concert !!! Who loves Chopin will be delighted !!! Way to go !

Very pleasant welcome and magnificent cruise at the best possible

The concert was wonderful both me and my husband enjoyed it.