- Enjoy the beauty of Krakow in a heated electric car
- Learn all about the city's history with a detailed audio guide
- Cover the city's most interesting and important spots
Get to know the city and its history during this amazing city tour. Along the way you can expect to see the Wawel Castle, Barbakan, Florian's Gate, many gorgeous churches and historical buildings, breathtaking Christian churches, old Jewish synagogues and historical buildings from the former city of Kazimierz and the remains of the Ghetto’s walls a...
- Audio guide in 8 different languages, English-speaking driver, City Tour by Electric Car, With audioguide
- Food and drinks, Hotel pick-up and drop-off, Entrance ticket to Schindler's Factory (if available, you may buy it at site), Entrance ticket
- Instant confirmation Free cancellation Tour with Audioguide Where: plac Jana Matejki 3, Kraków, Poland Meeting point: Meet your driver at the K+R parking at 3 Matejki Square. What to remember: Please do not bring large baggage as the vehicles only have enough room for passengers to sitThe tour lasts 3 hours (1,5h-2 hours of sightseeing and transit and 1 hour for optional visiting of Schindler's Factory)In case of wishing to visit museum you will have 1 hour to get a ticket and visit museum before meeting with your driver outside. If you wish to stay longer you will have to make your way back to the city center on your own. If you decide to not visit the museum, the driver will take you back to the cityPlease note, visiting the Schindler's Factory is optional, and the entrance ticket is not included. You can buy the ticket to the museum at the museum's ticket office. Prepare around 32 PLN (6 euro) in cash. To avoid potential waiting in line for tickets at the museum You may want to purchase a separate experience together with this one, Schindler's Factory Skip-the-line ticket or reserve your ticket through the official museum site. Otherwise, you may not be able to visit museum during the tourSchindler's Factory Museum is closed on Mondays and on the following dates: 1 January, 5 January, 6 January, Easter holidays, 1 May, 3 May, 1 August, 15 August, 1 November, 11 November and 25 DecemberIn addition to the above dates, the Museum may be closed for technical days. In order to make sure that the museum is open, please call or visit the museum's websiteNo dogs or any other animals allowedPeople on the wheelchairs have to buy an additional ticket to fit their wheelchairs When: Please refer to the calendar for updated starting times and availabilityPlease note, Schindler's Factory Museum is closed on Mondays and on the following dates: 1, 5 and 6 January, Easter holidays, 3 May, 1 August, 1 and 11 November and 25 December
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