Cracow Mounds

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Cracow Mounds

Visit three beautiful mounds rose by the citizens of the town, some even hundreds years ago.
First mound - the Krakus Mound was built in 17th century with its 16m height. According to the legend that mound is also a grave of prince Krak who set up Kraków.
The second one, and probably the most famous one, is the  Kościuszko Mound, rose between 1820-1823. Its height is 34,1m and it contains soils from the battlefields in Racławice, Maciejowice, Dubienki and American shambles as a testament to Kościuszko's contribution to those fights.
The last one and the youngest is the Piłsudski's Mound built in 1936 – established in honor of Józef Pilsudski and it is in the same time symbol of the independence of Poland. Enjoy great panorama of Kraków visiting legendary places and after all, relax on a terrace of the castle in Przegorzały, one of only few examples of building raised by the occupying Nazis.

Tour in English: any day, on request

Deaprture time: 11:00 am

(we kindly ask to make reservation at least 1 day before tour starts)

What' included?

  • English speaking guide
  • transportation by mini van
  • entrance tickets

What you will see




Krakus Mound

which thought to be the resting place of Krakow's mythical founder, King Krakus.

Kościuszko Mound

Erected by citizens of Krakow in commemration of the Polish national leader, Tadeusz Kosciuszko.

Piłsudski Mound

The newest and largest mound erected in honor of Jozef Pilsudski.

Castle in Przegorzały

The most famous building in Przegorzaly District.


Before your visit

There is minimal number of participants required: min. 2 people

Where is the meeting point?
The meeting point is in front of Cracow City Tours' Office on Matejki Square 2 in Cracow.
How long does the tour last for?
Tour lasts c.a. 3,5h.
What should I wear?
To get easily on the top of each mound we suggest to wear comfortable shoes.
Is there lunch included?
Lunch is not included, however there is time for coffee break.