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Krakow: Boat Party with Unlimited Drinks

1. Krakow: Boat Party with Unlimited Drinks

Set sail down the beautiful Vistula river at 8:00 PM every Saturday night for 2 hours, and enjoy an open bar for the entire cruise, drinking games, party guides and a full surround sound system. This is an astoundingly great party with all the right ingredients required to have a great time. And to take things to a hot new level, every cruise includes a brilliant fire breathing show. Once back on land, you will be taken to 2 of Krakow's most infamous late night clubs and after parties. This will include VIP entry, no lines and free welcome shots. A professional photographer will be there to capture fun and happy images. 

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

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

Begin your evening at Michalik's Cave in central Krakow. Once a bustling hub for the city’s bohemian crowd, you'll see that the venue has preserved its artsy atmosphere, as you sit among paintings and caricatures of Krakow artists, writers and journalists. Relax and enjoy as the concert and dance performance begins. Learn about Polish traditions and folklore as you watch performers dressed in regional costumes tell their stories through dance and folk music. If you feel like getting up on your feet, you’ll be invited to join in with the dancing, too. Afterward, savor a 3-course dinner of traditional Polish fare amid the lively atmosphere. With appetites sated, your dinner show will conclude after the meal. 

Krakow: Pub, Bar & Club Crawl

3. 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.

Creepy Krakow: 2-Hour City Walking Tour

4. Creepy Krakow: 2-Hour City Walking Tour

On your creepy Krakow walking tour, discover the dark side of Krakow. Learn about Krakow's legends, scary anecdotes and the horrifying stories based on true life. Uncover the creepy side of Krakow by joining the tour just when the sun goes down. Visit places you may have seen in the day, but this time discover their true darkness and get some goosebumps! Don't miss out on visits to the Florian Gate, St. John Street, St. Mary's Basilica, The Cloth Hall,Town hall Tower, Collegium Maius, City Hall, Maria Magdalena's Square, Katyński's Square, The Vistula River and the dragon. Discover an entirely new side to the best sites of Krakow!

Krakow by Night: 1.5-Hour Tour by Electric Car

5. Krakow by Night: 1.5-Hour Tour by Electric Car

Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Krakow by electric car. During the tour you will be guided by an English-speaking driver in a comfortable, heated electric-powered car. Get picked up from the meeting point and dropped off back in the city center. Audio guides are available in 8 different languages and will provide you an introduction to all the interesting facts about the city as well as tell you many curious stories, which you won’t hear anywhere else.

Krakow: Romantic Evening Vistula Cruise with a Glass of Wine

6. 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.

Krakow: Jewish-Style Klezmer Music Concert

7. Krakow: Jewish-Style Klezmer Music Concert

Enjoy a traditional Jewish folk concert featuring music influenced by Romanian, Greek, Ukrainian, Polish, and Turkish origins. The repertoire consists of instrumental pieces connected with the folklore of Reform Judaism, and of songs performed in Yiddish, belonging to the tradition of Orthodox Judaism. The concert itself will be performed in an old historical tenement house called 'Dębinskim' or 'Under Barrel'. The house was built in the 15th century as a one story building and was restructured thoroughly in the middle of the 16th century. All individually graduates of the conservatory, the band itself has been performing together for over 20 years. The performance is a true step back in time, with one or two songs you will surely recognize.

Krakow: 1-Hour Evening Vistula River Cruise

8. Krakow: 1-Hour Evening Vistula River Cruise

After registering your ticket at the kiosk, meet your crew whom you with travel with throughout your cruise down the Vistula River. The royal city of Krakow is full of interesting and entertaining places, many of which you pass throughout this experience. Sail past picturesque landscapes including Wawel Castle, the Dębnicki Bridge, the Monastery of the Norbertan Sisters, the junction where the Rudawa River flows into Vistula, the Dębniki district, and the John Paul II Family Home. You later encounter the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, various other bridges, the Cricoteka Museum, the Kazimierz district, and the Church on the Rock. This cruise is the perfect way to relax and take some rest, accompanied by the sound of the waves lapping up against the side of the boat. At the conclusion of your experience, your boat returns you to your tour starting location.

Krakow: The Full Polish Food and Vodka Experience

9. 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

Krakow: Evening Cruise with a Glass of Wine

10. 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.

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What people are saying about Krakow

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 194 reviews

Fantastic trip. The trip required lots of walking to get to each building but the stories were so interesting. Well worth the money, would even be happy to pay more for it. The stories spoke about who lived in the buildings years and centuries ago, how they lived, crazy ways they dealt with things. Very interesting 1hr 30 mins. Guide Navia also spoke great english.

Super friendly staff inside the pub/bar, also the captain was nice, even though he barely spoke any English. A great little trip down the river, perhaps could have done with a few more introductions to the sights, but that is not to discredit it, it was great! A fun and different way to see some sights.

What a banger of a night. A lot of laughs and booze - if either of these things are your then you need to head on this crawl. There was this girl called Olivia and she loaded me up with shots and giggles the entire night! Thanks guys, highly recommend x

Fantastic. Creepy is the correct title. This isn't a ghost walk, it is a walk with some creepy tales at each stop. Perfect for an evening walk around Krakow. Really enjoyed it and the guide was fabulous, engaging and knowledgeable.

Great experience. Our Lady Captain was fantastic ❤️