1. Family-friendly Krakow
Avoid the usual sightseeing tours and discover the highlights of Krakow with a family-friendly private guide. Exchange boring historical facts for intriguing legends and fairy tales to keep your kids entertained at all times. Marvel at the monuments of Main Market Square in the historic Old Town, along with other landmarks such as St. Mary's Basilica and Wawel Cathedral on Wawel Hill, where the kings of Poland set up residence in the 17th century. Follow your guide on an exciting adventure that includes tasks for children. Try to defeat the legendary Wawel dragon to look inside his amazing cave. Hear about events from the Middle Ages and learn about the more recent history of the city along the way. You can opt for a 3-hour option to check how confectioners create sweets, where sugar artists will show you the art of hand-made sweets in their factory. You will of course receive still-warm candies to take them home. If you opt for the 4-hour version you will enter Historyland. Historyland is a very modern area where history is shown in a unique way through Lego bricks. You can let your kids find themselves in the heart of modern events as they learn the history of Poland through models built from Lego bricks and interactive solutions.