Cracow Bike Tour

from 105PLN

Cracow Bike Tour

The joys of this tour lie not only in what you will discover but also in the simple pleasures of biking through the leafy Planty gardens, along the lazy Vistula river and through the colorful streets of Kazimierz. 
Despite being extensive, the tour is not too strenuous and is suitable for all levels of fitness. 

Low season: March 1st to June 15th  & September 1st to November 15th  at 12:00 PM

November 16th to March 1st reservation required

High season: June 16th to  August 31st at 11:00 AM and at 3:00PM

Regular ticket: 105PLN

We start every day from under the monument of Adam Mickiewicz in the Main Market Square (refers to 12:00pm tour)

What' included?

  • English-speaking guide
  • bike
  • lunch

What you will see




Old Town Square

Wawel Castle

Bohemian Kazimierz

New Jewish Cemetery and Old Jewish Cemetery

Schindler's Factory

Jagiellonian University

Dragon's Den

WW II Jewish Ghetto

Vistula River


Before your visit

Tour organized by Cruising Krakow.

Does tour run all year long?
No. Tour is not available in the winter months when the tourism season is over and the weather is not the best for bike riding. Depending on how the weather goes, tours start up in the first half of March and finish up somewhere in the second half of November.
How long does tour last?
The duration of the bike tour is 4 to 4.5 hours, including a 45 min break for lunch at a traditional Polish restaurant where you can order anything from pierogies to our favorite Żurek ( sour wheat soup ).
Where is the meeting point for tour?
We start every day from under the monument of Adam Mickiewicz in the Main Market Square. We meet first, introduce ourselves and the city before heading off together to equip each of our guests with a beach cruiser of their own from our office.
What languages is the tour available in?
Tour is available only with English speaking guide.
Do we go inside any places or museums?
No, we don't. Some locations require to have official guides and there is also a lot of places planned to see that we won't manage to do everything in 4 hours.
Do we ride in traffic?
Most of the tour is in pedestrian zones, parks, along the river or on quiet backstreets but in a couple of places, we do have to ride through traffic to get to where we want to go.