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John Paul II route

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Follow the footsteps of Pope John Paul II and visit the places associated with him during our private walking tour in Krakow.

Prices

Number of people Price per person
3-hour tour 5-hour tour
2 200 PLN 260 PLN
3 150 PLN 200 PLN
4 120 PLN 160 PLN
5 100 PLN 130 PLN
6-7 90 PLN 120 PLN
8-10 70 PLN 100 PLN

 

3-hour tour

The price includes:

  • 3-hour guided tour
  • tickets to St. Mary’s Basilica

 

5-hour tour

The price includes:

  • 5-hour guided tour
  • ticket to St. Mary’s Church
  • ticket to John Paul II Museum
  • tram tickets

 

Timetable

This is private tour organized on request. 3-hour tour is available every day. 5-hour tour is available from Tuesday to Sunday.

Duration of the tour: 3 or 5 hours - depending on the version you choose.

 

Details

Where did John Paul II live in Krakow? Where did he study and serve as a priest? Discover the places associated with him during our private walking tour! We offer you two versions of the tour. During 3-hour tour you will be able to follow his footsteps in the Old Town. You will see Jagiellonian University, St. Mary’s Basilica, Seminary of the Archdiocese of Kraków, Wawel Cathedral as well as famous window of Palace of Kraków Bishops. 5-hour tour gives you not only the opportunity to visit the Old Town but also John Paul II Centre located in Lagiewniki District.

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