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  • Krakow: Wawel Hill Audioguide Tour

    1. Krakow: Wawel Hill Audioguide Tour

    After collecting your audioguide at the local Tourist Information Centre, listen to the commentary as you walk along Kanonicza Street to the Wawel Hill. Wawel has been the monarch’s residency from the 11th century and is also the site where Polish royals were crowned and buried.  Once you've arrived at the Royal Castle, hear about the role of each building, and the stories behind them. You will learn about the history of Main Courtyard, the Arcaded Courtyard, as well as the Crown Treasury and Armory. End the tour at the famous Dragon’s Den.

    The audio guide could be turned off and on at any time. If you didn’t hear something, you can always go back and listen to the track again. Excellent value for money.

  • Krakow: Wawel Castle & Cathedral Guided Tour

    2. Krakow: Wawel Castle & Cathedral Guided Tour

    Step into history with a guided tour of the former residence of Polish kings and a symbol of statehood, Wawel Castle. Discover the castle, which became a museum in 1930, and hosts a vast collection of paintings, graphics, sculptures, fabrics, goldsmiths, military items, porcelain, and furniture. See inside the chambers that display the famous tapestries of Zygmunt August and the magnificent renaissance Italian paintings from the Lanckoronski collection. Explore the Wawel collections of eastern art, one of the largest and most important collections of tents in Europe. Learn all about how the castle is also an important center for the conservation of art. Feel like you’re walking back through time as you discover the permanent exhibitions which decorated the way they would have been during the renaissance and baroque periods.

  • Krakow: Wawel Castle & Old Town Guided Skip-the-Line Tour

    3. Krakow: Wawel Castle & Old Town Guided Skip-the-Line Tour

    Discover the highlights of Krakow's history during this walking tour. Start with the top attraction in the city, the amazing Wawel Castle. First, have an opportunity to explore this fascinating castle from the outside, where you will see its most important points like defensive walls, Wawel Dragon, Wawel Cathedral and much more. Outside, your guide will treat you to information about this place and its history. After this introduction, step inside Castle Wawel which is even more impressive than its exterior. Explore the most important parts of the castle, including the royal staterooms. In addition to many precious monuments, the castle is also full of ancient paintings and stunning tapestries, which have been preserved from the interior's original decoration. Next, follow in the footsteps of the Kings of Poland as you explore the famous Royal Route from Wawel Hill to the Old Town. Get...

    What a most wonderful day we enjoyed in Krakow thanks to our wonderful tour guide Magda. Her English was excellent, knowledge of Old Town and interesting off best sites amazing, and she was so very kind. We took a taxi to our meeting spot for the tour beginning. At the tour end we felt so comfortable in the area thanks to Magda that we walked back to our hotel.

  • Krakow: X2 Segway Old Town Tour

    4. Krakow: X2 Segway Old Town Tour

    Your Segway tour begins with a short training session before you head out into the city. When you feel ready and comfortable with your Segway, the tour commences. In the beginning of the tour you will see Old Krakow's fortifications. These include the "Barbakan" fortress, and the last remaining part of the medieval wall. After cruising along the "Planty" gardens you can enjoy the view of the beautiful Vistula River and famous Wawel Castle right next to it. You will also encounter a depiction of dragon and its den, before your tour later concludes next to the main market square.

  • Krakow: Old Town and Wawel Castle 30-Minute Segway X2 Tour

    5. Krakow: Old Town and Wawel Castle 30-Minute Segway X2 Tour

    Meet your guide for a training session and get comfortable operating the Segway. Once are ready, set off on a short ride around the city of Krakow with your guide. Pass the Planty Gardens and do a full circle of Krakow's Old Town. See the fire breathing dragon under Wawel Castle and admire the views of the beautiful Vistula River. Make a short stop to take some photos, and finally return to the meeting point.

  • Electric Scooter Tour Krakow

    6. Electric Scooter Tour Krakow

    Explore the beautiful city of Kraków by scooter and ask your local guide questions along the way. Your tour guide will recommend the best local bars, restaurants, and hang out spots that you otherwise would have missed during your stay in Krakow. Tours last between 2.5-3 hours, although they can be adjusted depending on what you wish to see. The electric scooter tour is an excellent way to get an overview of the city at cruising speed (up to 27km/h or 17mp/h). For all tours, free helmets, warm gloves for colder days, and a free obwarzanek (a traditional snack from Krakow) are provided. The Kraków electric scooter tour starts at the Barbican. You will then head to the following points: the main Market Square, Florian gate, River Vistula, the Old city walls, St. Mary's Church and the trumpet player, the Old Town, St. Anne’s Church, Kazimierz, the dragon of the Wawel Castle, and the Oscar...

    This is a must trip for anyone visiting Kraków. It was amazing and gave us so many ideas of places to visit over our coming days. Amazing guide Sabina.

  • Krakow: Wawel Castle & Hill Private Tour with Pickup Service

    7. Krakow: Wawel Castle & Hill Private Tour with Pickup Service

    Discover the phenomenal Wawel Royal Castle on a private tour. Your private English-speaking guide will pick you up from your hotel at 8:30 AM and take you directly to the Wawel complex. First, visit the State Rooms, the place where important royal events like parliamentary debates or ceremonial balls took place. Admire the beautiful tapestries inside these impressive rooms. The castle complex sprawls across Wawel Hill. During your tour, learn the legends of this place and see the Dragon’s Den at the foot of the hill. Walk around the hill with your guide and admire the astonishing royal gardens. Next, see the Royal Cathedral, where the coronations and burials of many Polish kings took place. It is surrounded by three towers with 11 bells. The interior of the cathedral is the mixture of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. It also houses numerous works of art by famous artist...

  • Krakow: Wawel Castle & Cathedral Guided Tour

    8. Krakow: Wawel Castle & Cathedral Guided Tour

    See all that magnificent things with an expert local guide. Explore the residence of Polish kings at the Royal Wawel Castle, becoming one of the most important museums in Poland since 1930. See a vast collection of paintings, graphics, sculptures, fabrics, goldsmiths, military items, porcelain, and furniture, recreating the appearance of the rooms from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Visit the Royal chambers that display the famous tapestries of Zygmunt August and magnificent Renaissance Italian paintings from the Lanckoronski collection. See also the Wawel collections of Eastern art contain the most important, and largest collection of tents in Europe. Get entrance to the Wawel Cathedral and admire the Gothic structure that was once a sanctuary where Polish monarchs were crowned.

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What people are saying about Wawel Dragon Statue

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 67 reviews

It was a very nice audiotour. The audio guide explains everything well. It’s nice that you can do it on your own tempo. When you didn’t here the explanation very well, you can go back on the audio device and replay it. On the device were also pictures that show you what you have to see, so you can’t be wrong. Nice experience!

Interestingly, the audio guide accompanies you on the way to the castle and inside ... an area that can be visited for free, but which makes little without the audio guide. The cost is adequate

Pleasant walk through and around the castle complex with clear explanations and fun facts.

Individual, you could set your own pace. Good explanation via the audio guide

Audioguide spoke fluent english and the instruction were clear.