원하는 언어를 선택하십시오. 한국어 서비스 외에도 42개의 언어가 준비되어 있습니다.
Tour with Local Guide on a Regular Bike or E-Bike
This four-hour cycling tour of Krakow begins in the Old Town, before taking in areas further from the centre like Kazimierz – the old Jewish quarter – and Schindler’s Factory Museum. Along the way, you'll learn about the history and the legends of the 'City of Kings', while enjoying a leisurely cycle. Take your pick from city bikes, tandems and cruiser bicycles before covering the equivalent of two days worth of sightseeing in few hours, passing by lesser know landmarks that aren't normally included in the standard city tours. Led by a professional local guide, you will experience Krakow in an unconventional way and have time to take beautiful photos.
Kraków in One Day: City Tour by Electric Car
This eco-friendly tour of Kraków takes in 25 of the city’s most historic landmarks. On board of an electric car you will pass by some iconic monuments and areas, including Barbakan, Wawel Castle and the city walls. The pre-recorded commentary, available in eight languages, will provide background information on Kraków's history while you explore the places that make the city so unique.
Old Town and Jewish Quarter Walking Tour
This guided tour takes in Krakow’s highlights in the Old Town and Jewish Quarter. Sites visited include Planty Gardens, Main Market Square, and the University district. There’s also the chance to sample some traditional Polish Obwarzanek – a unique bagel connected to Krakow’s heritage.
Wawel Royal Castle Guided Tour
Back when Kraków was the Polish capital, Wawel Castle was the home and fortress of Polish kings, symbolising the pride of the nation. This guided tour gives you the chance to explore the famous venue and learn all about the former monarchs. Your guide will lead you through a complex of buildings, where you'll observe a host of artworks, including paintings, sculptures and tapestries, as well as an important art conservation centre.
Kraków Segway Tour
This Segway tour gives you a chance to explore the historical centre of Kraków first-hand. The tour includes a short introduction on how to ride a Segway. You are then guided through the old town where you'll learn about the city's trade history. The Segway tour culminates in the former ghetto district of Kazimierz, which is the heart of Kraków's Jewish culture.
Zakopane and Tatra Mountains Trip
Located 120 km from Krakow, at the bottom of Tatra Mountain, the mountain resort of Zakopane offers the atmosphere of a winter holiday wonderland at any time of the year. You’ll travel in an air-conditioned bus with an English speaking driver. At Zakopane, you will be able to enjoy its natural scenery, the local architecture and shop at one of the most popular destinations in Poland.
Wieliczka Salt Mine – Skip the Line and Guided Tour
This offer includes priority access and a multilingual guided tour of Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Kraków metropolitan area. You will not only learn about salt extraction techniques but also discover the history and legends of this unique venue, such as the one of Princess Kinga, patron saint of Poland's salt miners. During this two-hour tour, you will explore the mine's underground galleries, chambers and lakes, extending over nine levels and 320 metres. You will find out how the mine was used during World War II, learn about its famous visitors throughout its history and discover its more recent use as a location film shoots, concerts, theatre shows and exhibitions. While enjoying this informative and entertaining tour, you will also benefit from the cave's healthy microclimate, especially beneficial to those suffering from asthma and allergies.
Vistula River Cruise
Starting from the Royal Wawel Castle, this relaxing cruise along Kraków’s picturesque Vistula River lets you admire the city from a different perspective. You’ll be able to stand on the top deck and take in views of scenic parks and churches, as well as famous districts like Kazimierz.
Cruise to Tyniec and Benedictine Abbey
This river cruise to the historic village of Tyniec gives you the chance to see Kraków from a different perspective. You’ll glide down the River Vistula, before arriving in Tyniec where you’ll have one hour to explore Benedictine Abbey, which dates back almost 1,000 years.
MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art
A natural ode to modernity, MOCAK is situated within the stark concrete walls of a former Kraków factory. A country with a captivating history, Poland has emerged as a strong contender in the art world, with many talented artists producing contemplative and provocative works. The museum showcases pieces primarily from the past 20 years, focusing on two specific genres – post-war avant-garde and conceptual art – while also exploring the relationships between creative works and everyday reality. Browse the permanent collections across three separate galleries at your leisure, discovering fascinating, often other-worldly works by acclaimed artists both local and international. Paintings, sculpture and larger-than-life installations make up the majority of the exhibits, while an on-site library, bookstore and cafe provide opportunities for further reflection.
Stained Glass Museum Guided Tour
This tour provides a special experience inside the magnificent Stained Glass Museum in Kraków. Observe master artisans keep the cherished Polish art form alive by using the traditional Tiffany method in their stained glass-creations. Led by a professional museum guide, the 45-minute tour takes you around exhibition spaces and workshops housed in a stained glass studio that dates back to 1902 – the oldest surviving in Poland.
Galicja Jewish Museum - A Contemporary Look at Poland's Jewish Past
Home to photographic exhibitions such as ‘Traces of Memory’, the Galicia Jewish Museum commemorates the victims of the Holocaust and celebrates Jewish culture in Polish Galicia. There’s also an exciting range of temporary exhibitions to explore.
Polonia Wax Museum Kraków
Some of Poland's most famous historical figures are depicted in the Polonia Wax Museum – from politicians like Marshal Józef Piłsudski to three popes including Pope John Paul II. You'll also encounter living sporting icons like footballer Robert Lewandowski and tennis player Agnieszka Radwańska, as well as a 3D photo exhibition of Poland's gorgeous landscapes.
Make Your Own Obwarzanek – Baking Workshop
The history of producing and eating Obwarzanek Krakowski in Krakow dates back more than 600 years. Nowadays, roughly 150,000 of these ring-shaped breads are sold per day, prompting the European Union to honour them with the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status. On this tour, you'll be taught how to bake Obwarzanek Krakowski during a workshop at Żywe Muzeum Obwarzanka. At the same time, the museum staff will also provide you with some more insights into the heritage of this local delicacy. An on-site café offers coffee and bagels, and you can buy souvenirs in the museum's shop.
Gallery of Steel Figures – Krakow
The Gallery of Steel Figures (GSF) is the first place in the world where sculptures made entirely of recycled steel scrap are displayed. Over 120 craftsmen from across the world work on these unique sculptures, using local materials and devoting countless hours to achieve the end result which you can admire in the gallery.
HistoryLand Interactive LEGO Exhibition
Located in the heart of Kraków, HistoryLand makes you part of the history of Poland via an interactive and innovative exhibition, with the help of models built from LEGO® bricks. The journey starts from the Biskupin settlement where you will learn about the habits of the people living in it and discover the world's oldest map of the sky. You will then explore the story of the Battle of Grunwald, one of the greatest medieval clashes. Virtual reality, mapping shows, manual puzzles and multidimensional screenings will help to guide you through some of the country's major historical events.
Museum of Illusions
The Museum of Illusions plays amusing tricks on your eyes with its immersive illusions. The displays explain the science behind the illusions and touch on a variety of subjects such as vision, perception and the human mind. The museum is the first of its kind in Krakow and offers a fun and educational experience for visitors of all ages.
There’s a sense that things are constantly in flux in Krakow’s historic heart. Each of the colourful multi-level buildings that flank Stare Miasto Square are disproportionately sized, like gears that were stopped mid-locomotion. Join the rush of folks that pour into restaurants and bars for an evening of merriment.
1박 최저 ₩6,834
중심가에서 1.4 km
Grzegórzki has the holy trinity of malls with Galeria Kazimierz, M1 and CH Plaza. All offer the expected – clothes, books and bric-a-brac. But it’s a pint-sized sausage stand known as "kiełbaski z niebieskiej nyski" that attracts folks by the dozen for a nibble of its famous fare. It’s right next to Hala Targowa, filled with flea-market finds from a bygone era. Join the queue.
1박 최저 ₩7,776
중심가에서 2.2 km
Everything good comes in threes. Zwierzyniec's Zoo holds half-an-Ark's worth of screeching, squawking animals that will delight children. Cracovia is a major football stadium, and wild and unkempt Blonia is Europe's largest urban meadow, filled with walking trails. Yes, you're spoiled for choice!
1박 최저 ₩7,776
중심가에서 2.4 km
Krakow is enveloped by natural beauty. However, if you don’t fancy the 100km-hike to the breathtaking Jurassic Highlands, Debniki delivers in droves. Zakrzówek Nature Park has kiwi-green and crimson meadows, moderate walking trails and brims with places to picnic. Alternately, try Lasy Tynieckie Park – the gorgeous Benedictine Monastery dovetails the forest and the Vistula River.
1박 최저 ₩22,373
중심가에서 5.1 km
Walk Lagiewniki’s modest suburban streets and you’ll most likely see busloads of tourists bound for one destination. The black-and-white, modernist Sanctuary of Divine Mercy is a major pilgrimage site for Catholics. For the rest, it’s a sleepy suburb set to a backdrop of pines and linden trees, with a road leading far off into the Zakopane Mountains.
1박 최저 ₩32,326
용의 동굴 위에 지어졌다는 신화에 걸맞게 크라쿠프에서는 언젠가 동화 속에서 만나본 듯한 분위기가 느껴지고, 도시 곳곳의 매력적인 광장과 왕궁, 성당은 그 매력을 한층 돋보이게 합니다. 무성한 숲속에 둘러싸인 이 아름다운 구시가지의 언덕 위에는 바벨 성이 우뚝 서있어 유유히 흐르는 비스와 강을 내려다보고 있습니다.
일요일에 무료로 개장하는 국립 박물관 또는 크라쿠프 역사 박물관에서 도시의 역사에 흠뻑 빠져보세요. 마켓 스퀘어 아래로 이어지는 지하보도 또한 크라쿠프만의 매력 포인트입니다. 15세기 고딕 양식의 대표적인 건축물일 뿐 아니라 폴란드에서 가장 오랜 대학교 건물이기도 한 콜리지움 마이우스(Collegium Maius)도 잊지 마세요. 가이드 투어와 함께 한때 학교의 학생이던 코페르니쿠스의 발자취를 따라 과거 천문학자들이 사용하던 도구들을 확인해보실 수도 있습니다.
폴란드에서 두 번째 규모의 도시인 크라쿠프는 화려한 나이트라이프로도 유명합니다. 구시가부터 유대인 지구인 카지미에슈(Kazimierz)까지 이어지는 길목의 지하 셀러들과 코트야드에 위치한 수백 개의 바들은 이러한 도시의 특성을 잘 보여주고 있어요. 11월 말부터 12월 중에 도시를 방문하게 된다면 폴란드의 가장 유서 깊은 크리스마스 마켓을 방문할 기회를 놓치지 마시기 바랍니다.
도시에서 약 14km 거리에는 비엘리치카 소금광산(Wieliczka Salt Mine)이 위치해 있습니다. 지하로 약 327m 깊이로 이어지는 이 광산은 수많은 갱과, 방, 터널로 가득합니다. 굽이굽이 이어지는 복도를 따라 약 2km 가량의 미로 같은 광산을 방문해볼 수 있는 투어 코스도 마련되어 있으며, 광산의 역사와 치료 효능에 대해 다루고 있는 소금 박물관(Saltworks Museum)도 방문해보세요.
1박 최저 ₩27,350
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1박 최저 ₩63,403
|가장 많이 방문하는 시기||6월~8월|
|가장 저렴한 시기||1월~3월|
|현지 환율||1 zł = ₩311|
|주말 평균 요금||1박 ₩81,731|
|주중 평균 요금||1박 ₩87,909|
|평균 숙박 기간||2박|
근교에 오시비엥침 수용소 꼭 가세요! 그리고 호스텔은 좀 숙고해서 잘 잡으시면 편합니다.
한적하고 작고 아름다운 마을 물가도 싸다
바벨성 인근 지하주차장이 좋았고, 이 주차장에서 도보로 올드타운을 둘러볼 수 있었다.
아름다운 크라쿠프에 며칠이고 머물러도 참 좋을 듯 합니다. 짧은기간으로 여행을 하고와서 아쉬웠어요. 아름다운 바벨성부터 구시가지로 이어지는 길을 걸으며 맛있는 로디를 먹던 시간이 벌써부터 그리워지네요. 매시간 정각에 울리는 성모승천성당의 나팔소리도 꼭 들어보세요!
옛 수도로 성과 박물관 올드타운. 쉰들러 공장 기념관, 아우슈비츠박물관 등 넘 많다.
크라쿠프는 정말 멋진 도시입니다. 폴란드에 여행을 온 것을 잘했다고 다시 한번 느낍니다. 아름다운 도시, 아름답고 친절한 사람들 너무너무 좋은 나라입니다. 동유럽 여행이지만 계획이 바뀌어 저는 폴란드에서만 한달여행을 하려고 합니다.
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