- Enter the magnificent Gothic Wawel Cathedral
- Admire the beauty and feel the peace adoring the figures of the holy martyrs
- Learn the most important facts and legends recorded in the 1000-year history of the Wawel Cathedral
- Have a great introduction to further exploration of the Wawel Hill - the symbol of Krakow
Being in Wawel, the heart of royal Krakow, it is impossible not to visit the cathedral, the most important temple in Poland, whose impressive interior symbolizes the continuity of the historical memory of generations. It is the resting place of Polish kings, national heroes, poets, and the patron saint of Poland, St. Stanisław.For centuries it was ...
- Instant confirmation Entrance Fees Included Guided Tour Local touch Where: plac Świętej Marii Magdaleny, Kraków, Poland Meeting point: Meet the guide on St. Mary Magdalene Square, at the Piotr Skarga Monument (Plac Świętej Marii Magdaleny, pomnik Piotra Skargi). What to remember: The Wawel Cathedral is an active place of religious worship. During religious, state, or jubilee events or visits of important guests, admission to the cathedral, royal tombs, and the bell tower may be suspended without announcing the reasonsA dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops are allowed. Knees and shoulders must be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirementsThe skip-the-line option is not available when visiting the cathedral. Each group can be paused to avoid crowding inside
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