8. Krakow Old Town & Kazimierz Highlights Tour by Electric Car
Our electric car tours of Krakow are an eco-friendly alternative to sightseeing by regular car, allowing you to visit the best sights of the Old Town, Kazimierz and Podgorze in no time. We offer private tours for those who want to enjoy personalized attention and small group tours for those who want to make new friends along the way. Get to know Krakow in a nutshell without tired feet! Book a 1,5-hour Electric Car Tour of Krakow. An electric car is one of the best ways to explore narrow streets of the historic center. We will run through the Barbican and St. Florian’s Gate, passing The Princes Czartoryski Museum, the Juliusz Slowacki Theatre and the Church of St. Cross. On the Main Market Square, we will discover medieval history and legends, admiring the striking Basilica of St. Mary, St. Wojciech’s Church, old Town Hall Tower and Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), where merchants traded their goods. We will follow the royal route, passing the churches of Saints Peter and Paul, St. Andrew and the Franciscans along with many beautiful palaces, on the way to the Royal Castle and Wawel Cathedral. In Wolnica Square in Kazimierz, we will discover the Town Hall, Corpus Christi Church, and one of largest Jewish Quarters in Europe, featuring the Temple Synagogue, Remuh Synagogue with a cemetery, Popper Synagogue, Old Synagogue and Isaac Synagogue. We will also take a closer look at the history of the German occupation of Poland, World War II and the Holocaust as we visit the Jewish Ghetto created in Podgorze by the Nazis. Points of interest include the Pharmacy under the eagle, Ghetto Heroes Square, Liberator aircraft, O. Schindler's factory and Ghetto walls. Thanks to transfers by electric car all of this will take just 1,5 hours! We offer this tour in 2 versions: private or group. For the 1,5-hour Private Tour we will organize an electric car and driver exclusively for your group of family and friends, so you will not have to share this experience with anyone else. Alternatively, you can join a group tour of up to 8 people. This can be a great way to make new friends. The group tour will follow the same sightseeing route as a private tour, so you won’t miss out on anything. Both tours are available with audio guides.