Anita Stanislawska is a licensed Kraków City Guide and Kraków enthusiast, passionate about sharing her wonderful and magical city with tourists. With Anita, you can explore Poland’s former capital with a broader look of its historical relationship with the rest of Europe. Learn about past kings, popes, cultures, religions, and how they have all shaped the Kraków of present times on one of Anita’s specially curated tours. Anita organizes private guided tours for individuals, small groups, and large groups, such as schools. Aside from traditional tours around historical sites and monuments, you can enlist in a Recreation and Day Spa in Kraków, a day of City Games, or a meeting with World War II survivors - experiences that can enrich your trip and make it all the more memorable. Typical tours include private guided trips within Kraków with a special focus on the Jewish district, Kazimierz, as well as memory tours to Auschwitz and Birkenau, historic tours of the Salt Mine, and nature-based tours to incredible sites like Zakopane, Tatra Mountains, Dunajec River, and the Pieniny Mountains. If you’re interested in learning about another religion that has important ties in Poland’s history, Anita offers Catholic tours, among other options. Tours can be given in English, Russian, German, Italian and an array of other languages, either by the tour guide or with use of a translator. Regardless of your tour needs and desires, Anita is here to help you experience Kraków and Poland and all its historical and cultural treasures.
Marta Chmielowska has been assembling and leading tours around Kraków for over a decade. She’s a fully certified, licensed Kraków City Guide who, along with her partner Czeslaw Chmielowska (a licensed driver), can organize an array of tours and services for your trip to Poland. Whether you need airport and rail assistance, museum tickets, or itinerary suggestions, Marta is here to help. Marta provides tours all across southern Poland, including Kraków, Auschwitz, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, Zakopane, and Czestochawa, but is happy to organize tours for other parts of the country, like Warsaw and Lublin. All tours are given in English and are customizable to your needs and desires, but don’t take Marta’s years of experience for knowledge, she has some wonderfully pre-planned tour itineraries to offer. Marta has a master’s degree in History from the Pedagogic Academy of Kraków, she mastered her English speaking skills while living in the USA for four years, and started guiding tours to share her passion for her country with Poland’s tourists. Working with her husband, Czeslaw, they offer comfortable, minibus-based tours for up to 8 people, all across Poland. Czeslaw is a highly experienced driver and local to the highlands of Zakopane and boasts a vast knowledge of his region and the famous Tatra mountains. Together, this duo makes an incredible team and can provide you with an unforgettable visit to Kraków and the surrounding areas of Poland.
If you’re looking for complete door-to-door service from an extremely professional guide, look no further than Andrew. Providing everything from airport pick-up and drop off, to hotel assistance and personalized itineraries all around Poland, Andrew is committed to helping tourists to Poland make the most of their visit. Andrew is fluent in English and a certified driver, who makes touring the natural and historical spots of this country easy. If you’re interested in genealogy research, Andrew also offers his services and assistance. Extremely knowledgeable about Kraków and many famous sites around Poland (including Warsaw and Auschwitz-Birkenau), Andrew can create and tailor an itinerary to your interests. He can also recommend beautiful hidden gems around Kraków and the rest of Poland, depending on the duration and flexibility of your trip. Andrew has been working for many years as a tour guide and has accrued an impressive list of great references. Whether you’re looking for an extremely personalized experience or simply want to put your touring in the hands of a trusted local, a guide with Andrew won’t disappoint.
Joanna’s painter profession gives her unique insight into the history of Kraków - insight that she shares with her guests on her private tours of Kraków. Determined to show tourists both the beautiful and dark sides of the city, Joanna’s tour is sure to awaken and enlighten you to the wonderful things that make Kraków such a special city. Joanna’s artist eyes show her that each monument, each place of the city, has its own mystery and artistic value. Join a fascinating and unusual perspective of Kraków to learn unexpected facts about this ancient city and uncover some of the hidden secrets that aren’t often seen. An example of a tour itinerary with Joanna includes a visit to St Mary’s Church, St Florian’s Gate, the Town Hall Tower, St Peter and St Paul’s Church, and St Adalbert Church. Tours can be anywhere upwards of 3 hours depending on the itinerary and desired destinations, but as a registered Kraków tour guide, Joanna is flexible and accommodating. If you’re looking to experience a different side of Kraków, Joanna’s your guide.
There’s nothing like a personalized, private tour to enrich your experience of Poland. Christopher is a licensed, English-speaking tour guide, ready to take you on a journey around the beautiful city of Krakow. Christopher is a history-fanatic and has an amazing collection of interesting stories and anecdotes to share with his guests. He’s been a licensed taxi driver since 2014, and is happy to provide airport transfers if needed. Christopher has a degree in Economics (Tourism and Hotel Industry) from Krakow University, 20 years of experience as a hotel concierge, and another 12 years as a tour guide. Christopher can also help you find great accommodation and places to eat based on any personal needs, dietary preferences, or just specific desires! With Christopher as your tour guide, you can enjoy a customizable tour plan and door-to-door service. He also offers genealogy services and ancestral tours of Poland, for a truly personal experience. Some of the private tours that Christopher has planned include the Tour of Old Town and the Krakow Jewish District Tour, both of which are about 3 hours long - or you can do a combined tour for 6 hours. He also offers Daily Krakow Old Town Shared Tour and the Daily Krakow Jewish District Shared Tour which are shared with groups of up to 10 people. Christopher offers unique private tour experiences like the Salt Mine Wieliczka Private Tour where you can visit a UNESCO World Cultural site just 14 km outside of Krakow or a tour of Auschwitz Birkenau (7 hours). Nature lovers can enjoy more adventurous tours like Rafting on Dunajec River, the Ojcow National Park Tour, or a tour of Zakopane at the foothills of the Tatra Mountains. No matter what part of Krakow or Poland you want to explore, Christopher has a tour for you. He’s happy to work with groups as small as 2 and as large as 40, and his TripAdvisor reviews seem to speak for themselves. You can expect fast service, great communication, and a wonderful visit to Krakow with Christopher, a local tour guide ready to tailor to touring needs.