Father Bernatek's Bridge
Sightseeing Walking Tours

Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended Father Bernatek's Bridge Sightseeing Walking Tours

Krakow: Gondola Sightseeing Cruise on the Vistula River

1. Krakow: Gondola Sightseeing Cruise on the Vistula River

Prepare for an adventure and cruise the Vistula River. Take in the sights of the royal city of Krakow and fall in love with the interesting and entertaining places. Set sail and see historic buildings, bridges, monuments, and more. Listen to the audio on board and learn important facts as you pass by. Catch your gondola in the old town district of Krakow, Kazimierz. Board the beautiful wooden boat made by traditional boat builders. Relax and hear the waves as you witness the Wawel Castle, Dragon's Den, Monastery of the Norbertan Sisters, and the point where the Rudawa River flows into Vistula. Hear the live audio commentary along the way and learn interesting and historical stories about Krakow. Appreciate the unusual and timeless experience. Feel free to bring a coffee or cold drink and enjoy the ride.

Krakow: One-Hour River Cruise

2. Krakow: One-Hour River Cruise

Krakow is home to a suite of visual delights: from the majestic Wawel Castle to the historic Zwierzyniec and Kazimierz districts, there's plenty to see in this beautiful city. Vistula River cruises remain one of the best ways to discover all that Krakow has to offer. The river flows through the heart of Krakow, which happens to be home to some of the most iconic landmarks in Poland. You'll have the chance not only to see the city's primary attractions, but to fully immerse yourself in the spirit of Krakow thanks to the comfortable pace of the tour. The cruise begins at the foot of Wawel Castle. From there, the boat glides along the picturesque boulevards first in the direction of Zwierzyniec, passing by the Convent of the Norbertine Sisters, the house of the pope John Paul II, and then in direction of Podgórze and Kazimierz districts. Pass well-known sights like Church on the Rock, Mangha Museum, Bernatka Footbridge, and Cricoteka. The tour ends back at the Wawel Castle.

Krakow: Jewish District City Exploration Phone Game

3. Krakow: Jewish District City Exploration Phone Game

Solve challenges and watch the story unfold. Get exact directions on your phone to guide you to the next location in Krakow's Jewish District. Start your city exploration game at the Plac Nowy Okrąglak Rotunda. Explore at your own pace, pause the game and resume anytime from the same location. Finish the game at the Alchemia. Download the app onto your phone and head out to play on your own, in a large group, or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game.

Krakow: Kazimierz Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

4. Krakow: Kazimierz Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

Enjoy a guided walking tour in Krakow’s Kazimierz district to discover the Jewish history of this area. See local shops, and visit beautifully preserved synagogues. Listen to your guide share amazing stories of Jewish families that lived here previously. Explore the Kazimierz district, and view how the memory of its rich history has been preserved in synagogues, prayer houses, and small shops located around Kazimierz. Be guided along the famous Szeroka Street with both the Remah Synagogue and the Old Synagogue, the storied walls of the old town, Plac Nowy (New Square), and many charming streets teeming with life today. Choose from the additional tour options to take a walk in Krakow's Podgórze district, where the ghetto was located during World War II. Along this route, take a look at the Pankiewicz Eagle Pharmacy and Ghetto Heroes Square with a monument made of 68 chairs. Or select the option to visit a modern exhibition devoted to the occupation of Krakow. The exhibit is located in the former enamel factory associated with the name of the German entrepreneur Oskar Schindler.

Krakow: In the Footsteps of Oskar Schindler

5. Krakow: In the Footsteps of Oskar Schindler

Learn about Oskar Schindler, a German entrepreneur who saved 1,200 Jews and Holocaust victims during World War II by transferring prisoners to his own factories in Poland and the Czech Republic. Visit Schindler's Villa and see the outside of the Oskar Schindler Enamel Factory. Listen to the story that inspired the book, "Schindler's Ark," as well as Stephen Spielberg's movie, "Schindler's List". Relive the famous scenes from the movie and see where they took place, such as the little courtyard in Kazimierz at Józefa 2 where Mrs. Dresdener took refuge under the stairs.  Dive deeper into the history of World War II in Poland. Discuss Schindler's impact on the city both in the past and the current day with your guide and get an in-depth look into Schindler's life and character. End your tour at Film Cafe near Schindler's factory, where you can relax with a complimentary tea or coffee. If you choose, you can find out more about Oskar Schindler and explore the museum on your own after the tour.

Frequently asked questions about Father Bernatek's Bridge Sightseeing Walking Tours

What are other things to do than Father Bernatek's Bridge Sightseeing Walking Tours that are worth visiting in Krakow?

The other unmissable things to do in Krakow are:

Which Father Bernatek's Bridge Sightseeing Walking Tours are taking additional COVID-19 precautions?

Other Sightseeing Options in Father Bernatek's Bridge

Want to discover all there is to do in Father Bernatek's Bridge? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Father Bernatek's Bridge

Pauline was very knowledgeable and made the tour thoroughly enjoyable and extremely interesting. Her English is perfect!