Discover Cracow on bike


The second capital of Poland for some remains it today. The Old Town with medieval buildings is the cradle of Polishness and tradition. Here are the remains of city fortifications, here are the first sacred buildings. This is the seat of the Krakow Academy. Trade, conventions of monarchs and battle oaths took place at the Market Square in Krakow.

Explore the former capital of Poland with us on bike! Discover its history, legends and most important sites.

Route difficulty: easy

Distance: around 15 km

Travel time: around 3 hours (with breaks)

Road surface: asphalt paths


You will visit:

The market was also a place of court and execution, which was an example of urban entertainment. Here, where history is full of legends and curiosities, there is a vibrant cultural and leisure life with its Christmas markets, festivals and manifestations. The Old Town is also the oldest street in Krakow with finds from 9th c., a place of shelter from the Mongol invasions of the 13th century, but also the most beautiful work of the German artist from the 15th century.

The icing on the cake is the Wawel Hill with the Royal Castle and the Cathedral, the mother of the Polish churches. The magnificence days of the Royal Castle ended with the transfer of the king and court to Warsaw. The historic seat of the kings, and in subsequent centuries, the place of barracking of troops, the residence of German dignitaries during World War II, after many years of renovation, obtained garments from the 16th century- time of splendor and uniqueness.

The cathedral was the place of coronations, weddings and royal funerals. For almost 1000 years it has been a place of worship of Saint Stanisław. Yet, his altar is still the Altar of the Fatherland.

Kazimierz – the district was the centre of Jewish life in Kraków for over 500 years. before it was destroyed during World War II. Jewish history have not only survived, but literally abound in the form of the district’s numerous synagogues. Kazimierz has become the best place in the city to experience Jewish history and culture. At the same time, a social cultural and nightlife life is constantly going on here. Kazimierz is a must-see for any visitor.

The tour will lead us to the legendary burial mounds of the founder of Krakow – prince Krakus. The view from there is breathtaking and gives the opportunity to admire the city’s architecture from different perspectives.




The offer includes (basic):

  • bike rental for each participant
  • licenced Cracow guide
  • additionally care of 1-2 pilots during the trip (depends on a amount of particpants)



The taste of comfort and adventure!


Prices for groups (per person):

Group 8 – 14 participants – 290 PLN

Group 15 – 30 participants – 250 PLN


Additional options

Meal for the group after bike tour – 140 PLN/person





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