I am an experienced licenced tour guide in Krakow and tour leader. I work in English, German and Polish. I am licenced to guide in all museums in Krakow and in Ojców National Park. As a born Cracovian, I can show the most interesting places in Krakow - those famous and those less known as well. I love my work and I love to meet new people. I always try to boost my knowledge by reading and taking part in various training courses, so that I always have fresh and interesting knowledge to share with you. I am well acquainted with the rest of Poland as well, especially with the southern part (Lesser Poland, Silesia).
mobile: +48 502 595 292
Languages: English, German, Polish
I was born and brought up in Kraków. It is here that I became interested in art, history and architecture… and fell in love with my own city!
Being passionate about Kraków, I know the city like the proverbial back of my hand. Krakow is a city to be shown in various manner. If you just allow it, we will find together Krakow’s unique character that is better seen, than described. Please, join me!
telefon: +48 602 715 017
Languages: English, Polish
I am a licensed tourist guide of Krakow and Ojcowski National Park as well as a tour leader. With pleasure and joy I will help you discover wonderful sights of Krakow and its vicinity, and give you hints of where to take a photo, have some rest, eat well, spend a nice time. I suggest standard routes, routes adapted to the wishes of individual and group tourists, and also recreation routes such as, for example, nordic walking tracks. I suggest also following a tourist route called “Chess in Krakow” which I am the author of.
Being a tourist guide has been my passion since I was a student at the Jagiellonian University. I am a member of the Association of Tourist Guides in Krakow.
In 2007 I received from the Mayor of Krakow a Medal "Honoris Gratia". In 2008 I received a gold badge of Polish Chess Federation, and in 2013 I was awarded by the Minister of Sport and Tourism an honorary reward "For merits for Tourism”.
telefon: +48 695 210 120
Languages: Polish, Russian
I am a licensed city guide of Krakow and a tour leader. After graduating the Jagiellonian University, where I studied Italian, I specialized in professional services (including translations) for individual tourists and groups, in Polish and Italian. I am a member of the Association of Tourist Guides in Krakow.
I suggest both standard sightseeing: the Royal Route, the Old Town, the University area, the Wawel Castle and former Jewish quarter Kazimierz , as well as routes of special interest, e.g. in the footsteps of Pope John Paul II, or the ones I am the author of: following saints and legends of Krakow. I will be also happy to guide you to Wadowice , Kalwaria Zebrzydowska , Czestochowa , Warsaw , Toruń or Gdańsk. I am licenced to guide the exhibitions in the Royal Castle at the Wawel Hill, the permanent exhibitions in the museum of Oskar Schindler “Enamel” Factory and the Museum of Contemporary Art MOCAK .
My passion is mostly history, especially the history of Poland and Krakow, I am also interested in literature, art history, foreign languages and cuisine of the world. I always spare no effort to provide my clients not only with vast knowledge of the sights, but also with a friendly atmosphere.
mobile:+48 500 655 626
Languages: Italian, Polish
I’ve been working as a licensed guide and a tour leader in Krakow for more than 12 years.
I can’t imagine myself living and working in a different place other than Krakow, the town in which I grew up, attended university and have my family and friends.
Art, history, music, film and my job…this is my passion. Each time during a tour, I not only show the most interesting places and tell the most fascinating stories, but also I share, with the visitors, my love of the city.
Being a guide is like being an ambassador of the country, its culture and its people. I try to rise to this challenge.
Welcome to Krakow and let yourselves be guided!!!
mobile: +48 502 810 674
I have worked as a Polish speaking city guide in Krakow for many years and enjoy showing the tourists around, both those who come to our city for the first time, as well as the tourists who come here again.
I take my clients not only to the classic sightseeing routes but also thematic ones, among others: In the footsteps of John Paul II, Jewish culture in Krakow , several routes for children and youngsters, taking into account their school curriculum. You are welcome to contact me.
Lucas here, age 30, father of two vigorous sons, a Cracow city guide.I come from a small, beautiful mountainous town in southern Poland. I came to Cracow 13 years ago for my 5-years studies of history... and I decided to stay for a bit longer. I love ambitious novels, less ambitious movies, porkshank – a “delicacy” of Polish cuisine, and rally driving. I love to view my city as well, espiecially trough the eyes of those, who come here for the first time. This is what I find most attractive about guiding.
Would you be so kind and let me look through your eyes at the city?
Have a nice stay in Cracow!
mobile: +48 513 637 367
Languages: English, Polish
My name is Monika Zielińska. I was born in Krakow, studied German, am passionate about being a city guide. In Krakow I know not only its main tourist attractions, but the most interesting streets, picturesque alleys, beautiful gardens. I walk with tourists around the city, which I am a part of myself, so everywhere I feel at home and do my best to make the tourists feel the same.
I am a licensed guide in Polish and German and I can guide tours also in all of the museums in Krakow (the Wawel Castle, the Rynek Underground, the Schindler's Factory). Sometimes I work also as a tour leader.
You are welcome to visit a website for German-speaking guests, which I run: www.krakau-stadtfuehrung.pl
mobile:+48 607 093 963