Walk the way from Wawel Hill to Krakow Dungeons with us!
What about Wawel Castle?
Residence of Polish kings and a symbol of statehood, in 1930 the Castle also became one of the most important museums in Poland. It collects collections of paintings, graphics, sculptures, fabrics, goldsmiths, military items, porcelain and furniture. The chambers display the famous tapestries of Zygmunt August and magnificent Renaissance Italian paintings from the Lanckoronski collection, and the Wawel collections of Eastern art contain the most important and largest collection of tents in Europe. The Royal Castle is also an important center for the conservation of works of art. Permanent exhibitions recreate the appearance of the rooms from the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
See all that magnificent things with expert local guide. You will see Royal chambers. In This trip You have also entrance to the Wawel enormous Cathedral, and feel all this experience that You never forget.
For almost 800 years the Market Square has been the central square of Royal
Cracow! What has not happened here only during this time! Trade rows were
selling goods from all over the world and Krakow merchants made their fortunes
from it, the city authorities strictly monitored the order, in the dungeons of
the Town Hall the executioner tortured the suspects, and the kings parade
through the square to get to their castle. What a time it was... But these
times are not entirely missing! Even today you can find the most interesting
traces of past events on Market Square, and even more so under Market Square!
We invite you to take a walk on one of the most beautiful squares in Europe
with a visit to the Dungeon Market Historical and Archaeological Museum!
What awaits you.
Market square - the heart of Krakow
First we will walk around the square itself, find the most interesting artifacts of the old times and unravel their purpose, find out what events took place here, what legendary persons have been here.
After that we will go 4 metres underground to the Dungeon Market Museum to find ourselves on the same level as the cobbled roads of Krakow 12-13th century.
Meeting point: on the St. Mary Magdalene Square, at the Piotr Skarga
Monument (click to go to Google
The guide with the "excursions.city" sign.
Duration: 5.5 hours
A ticket to the State Rooms
A ticket to the Wawel Cathedral
A ticket to the Rynek Underground Museum
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