Kazimierz is a historical district of Kraków. Founded in 1335 by King Kazimierz the Great, was an independent city till 1791. For many centuries, Kazimierz was a place of coexistence of Christian and Jewish cultures. Today Kazimierz is one of the best tourist attractions of Krakow with old synagogues, oldest Jewish cementery, The Corpus Christi Basilica and many more architectural monuments. Kazimierz district is also a great place for lunch or dinner where you can try one of many fantastic restaurants serving international and Jewish cuisine.
Duration: approximately 3 hours
Availability: 7 days a week
- Pick-up from your hotel or accommodation in Krakow
- Private walking tour with a licensed city guide
- Entrance fees to museums visited during the tour
If your hotel is located far from the area – transport (up to 5 km) will be organized.
|Number of persons||Price in PLN per person||Price in € per person|
|2 people||220 zl||€ 52|
|3 people||160 zl||€ 38|
|4 people||140 zl||€ 33|
|5 people||120 zl||€ 28|
|6 people||110 zl||€ 26|
|7 - 8 people||100 zl||€ 23|
|9+ people||Contact Us|
You can pay directly to the Guide. All prices are per person – nothing extra to pay.
We also accept payments in dollars and pounds at current exchange rates.
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