- 2 h private running tour with an English speaking guide
Relaxing pace, distance 8km/5mi. Our guide picks you up from your centrally located Krakow hotel/apartment. Details of the meeting will be arranged via e-mail.
- Sightseeing run through the Unesco Heritage Old Town
Old defensive walls, the Main Square, university buildings.
- Wawel Royal Castle
The arcaded courtyard, the Royal Cathedral, panoramic views of Krakow.
- Run through Kazimierz - the Jewish Quarter
Forgotten streets and off the beaten path treasures including a Jewish cemetery and synagogues.
On this tour our running guide will show you all the tourist essentials in Krakow, adding entertaining commentaries related to places you pass. This run will provide you with a fantastic overview of Krakow’s “must sees”, helping you to decide where to return for a closer look during the next days of your stay. We’ll start near the old defensive walls, run past the Unesco Heritage Old Town, including its magnificent Main Square, university buildings, stunning churches and townhouses. After having a closer look at the famous Wawel Royal Castle, we’ll follow Vistula river with its charming banks to reach Kazimierz – the former Jewish district with its bohemian bars and historic synagogues.
- On this tour you will be able to see:
- All the tourist essentials of the Old Town
- Wawel Royal Castle
- Kazimierz - the Jewish Quarter
- What is your cancellation policy?
For individual reservations, whenever we charge the deposit we require a 7 days notice by e-mail or phone. Changes or cancellations made after this time cause the loss of your deposit. For group reservations cancellation rules are confirmed via e-mail.
- How do I pay for the tour?
You can pay all up-front, or locally to our guide. Usually we require deposit to confirm your reservation.
- What is the pick up time?
It's a private tour, so pick up time and date are on request.
- Where do we meet the guide?
Our guide picks you up from your centrally located Krakow hotel/apartment. If your hotel is located further, we will arrange a meeting point for the tour.
- Do we stop at attractions during the running tour?
Yes, we make short stops at the main attractions where the guide will share with you some interesting information and anecdotes about the sights and Polish history and culture.
- What is the tour pace?
Generally our running tours are @ 6-7min/km (9:40-11:16min/mile; 8,5-10km/h) with some stops on the way to make sure everyone is able to keep up with the group and hear all the information. If you wish, the pace can be set @ 5min/km (8min/mile; 12km/h). We always stop at interesting sights to give you some information.
- What if the weather is bad?
We run whatever the weather is, except for extreme or dangerous situations our tours go ahead, rain or shine. If a tour has to be cancelled, we will email or call you as soon as possible and refund you or reschedule the tour.
- What to bring/wear?
Not much, you need a pair of running shoes, suitable clothing (check the weather in advance). Our guides carry small backpacks, where you can put your keys, a small wallet etc. but space is limited so please bring no more than the essentials.
- What if I get thirsty while running?
We don't carry water, so if the length of the run obliges you to drink, it's good if you carry a small bottle with you. There are also a lot of small shops along the route where you can buy something to drink.