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Our most recommended Lesser Poland Bike Tours

Krakow: 3.5-Hour Cycling Tour

1. Krakow: 3.5-Hour Cycling Tour

Enjoy a tour of Krakow's historic sites from the seat o f a bike! With 25 stops, you'll have plenty of opportunities to capture what you see on camera. Stops include the World War II ghetto area, the Jewish Quarter, the city walls, Wawel Castle, Jagiellonia University and sites featured in the film, "Schindler's List." You will have a 30-minute break to catch your breath, get refreshments and make new friends. An English-speaking guide will lead the group, kept small for an optimal experience. And of course, all participants on the tour will be provided with a "safe cyclist" insurance package.

From Krakow: Extreme Off-Road Quad Bike Tour

2. From Krakow: Extreme Off-Road Quad Bike Tour

Take a trip to the course from Krakow to a picturesque area region 30-minutes out from Krakow. Have fun riding through different terrains and conquering the tracks no matter whether there's rain, hail or sunshine. After a short safety instruction, let loose through the off-road forest and field tracks. Take no notice of the mud and the dirt that will be flying in all directions — this is not an activity for those who are worried about getting a little dirty.  Test your skills on tracks that are designed for different skill levels. No matter what course you choose, adrenaline-pumping fun is guaranteed on this extreme quad bike tour of the pristine Polish wilderness. When the day is done, sit back and enjoy a nice cold local beer to unwind.

Krakow: Bike Tour of the Old Town, Kazimierz, and the Ghetto

3. Krakow: Bike Tour of the Old Town, Kazimierz, and the Ghetto

The joys of this tour lie not only in what you will discover but also in the simple pleasures of biking through the beautiful 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. There are plenty of stops for historical explanations and photo opportunities. The duration of the bike tour is 4 to 4.5 hours, including a 45-minute break for lunch at a traditional Polish restaurant where you can order anything from pirogies to Żurek, a sour wheat soup. The city bike tour begins every day under the Adam Mickiewicz statue in the main market square. 

Krakow: 3-Hour Private Bike Tour with a Local Historian

4. Krakow: 3-Hour Private Bike Tour with a Local Historian

A bicycle tour is a great opportunity for all, both young and old, who would like to get to know Royal Krakow in an active way. The route leads through the most important monuments of the Old Town, the picturesque Vistula Boulevards and the Jewish Kazimierz (it also includes the Krakow Ghetto and the Schindler’s Factory). This bicycle tour is a great choice for those who would like to explore the city on two wheels, and want to discover the most important sights of Krakow and Kazimierz. Your guide will be a history teacher and PhD student, who has for many years been fascinated by history, especially the history of Christianity and Israel. He is a Polish native and is well-traveled, having spent extensive time in the countries of both Sweden and Israel, but is glad to call Poland his home. Your guided Krakow bike tour includes such sites as the Old Town, Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory, the Main Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, St. Adalbert’s Church, the Town Hall Tower, Cloth Hall, Planty Park, Medieval City Walls, Wawel Hill, the Ghetto Heroes Square, and the Jewish Quarter.

Krakow: Discover the Old Town with a Group Bike Tour

5. Krakow: Discover the Old Town with a Group Bike Tour

Cover distances that are impossible to walk with a two-hour group bike tour of the Old Town. Visit 4 churches and see the vibrant Old Town market squares and shopping areas. Ride along the royal route and take in views of the Wawel Royal Castle. Go to the Vistula embankment and the famous Wawel Dragon Cave. Discover the well-known and hidden gems. Take in the true atmosphere and plenty of street art with help from your guide. Find places that can only be reached by bike.

Krakow: 3-Hour Small Group Tour on E-Bike

6. Krakow: 3-Hour Small Group Tour on E-Bike

Krakow's quiet streets are perfect for bikes. Thanks to modern e-bikes, cruise effortlessly throughout the highlights of the Old town, the Jewish quarter and the Ghetto area. Assistance provided by electric motor will allow you to move faster and with less struggle. For more comfort, groups will be limited to 15 persons providing for better listening possibilities.  On this tour, you will see the real Krakow in a nutshell. All three most important districts - the Old Town, Jewish quarter and the WW II ghetto area - will be presented on a leisurely ride. Go through parks, bike lanes and quiet streets. You will not be on a Tour de Pologne - the route is easy, flat and good for all ages. There will also be a short brake for refreshments half way through the tour. You will see the main market square, the Jagiellonian University quarter, remnants of the city fortifications, leafy plant garden park and the scary Wawel Castle dragon. By the Vistula River boulevards, you will reach the former Jewish quarter with its quiet markets, synagogues and old streets. Finally, explore the sad Holocaust history in the former WW II Jewish ghetto and see the building of the former Oscar Schindler's factory. Tours will be provided by a local, well trained English-speaking guide who will show you the best local spots as well.

Krakow: Multilingual Tour On Electric Bikes

7. Krakow: Multilingual Tour On Electric Bikes

Take advantage of comfortable and easy-to-use e-bike equipment. Cruise through the city and its important landmarks, hearing commentary in your language of choice. Set out on a tour of Karkow featuring an innovative and informative multilingual audio guide in 28 languages. Enjoy gliding through key areas like the Old Town, Kazimierz, and the former Jewish Ghetto. Discover the most important points of the city, with 34 in total across the route. Get the most out of your Krakow experience as you cruise its streets, listening to commentary prepared by professional city guides.

Krakow: Electric Scooter Tour of the City

8. Krakow: Electric Scooter Tour of the City

Starting in the heart of the old town, your guide will show you how to ride your scooter before taking you on an immersive route through the old city of Kazimierz. You will discover Krakow’s past as you visit the largest medieval market square in Europe. Enjoy a chance to admire the architecture and take in the views as your local, charismatic guide tells you the history of the streets you drive through. Learn more about the city as the tour continues around the Royal Wawel Castle, through the old town and past other 11th century monuments, before finishing back at the meeting point. Children up to 12 years of age can share a double scooter with their guardian. You can also choose to pair up with your travel buddy (up to 180 kg Max). For these cases, please book only one scooter.

Krakow: 2–Hour Evening Orientation Bike Tour

9. Krakow: 2–Hour Evening Orientation Bike Tour

This evening bike tour is a 2–hour orientation of the Old town area and Vistula river boulevards with stunning Wawel castle panorama. The knowledgeable local guide will take you along the most important highlights of the Royal route – crossing the Old town of Krakow. Explore the city's Old town with oldest buildings of the Jagiellonian University. Ride in the magnificent Planty park and discover remnants of medieval fortifications of Krakow. Listen to the legendary bugle call from St.Mary's church and follow the path of city's legends. Hear the great advice of local recommendations and avoid the tourist traps.  On the best, most comfortable bikes, with fun and witty guides and a ride along the city, start the evening and exploration of Krakow in the best way. 

Krakow: Communism Bike Tour

10. Krakow: Communism Bike Tour

Experience the simple pleasures of biking along the lazy Vistula River, and through the colorful streets of Krakow on an informative communism-themed bike tour. Despite being extensive, the tour is not too strenuous and is suitable for all levels of fitness.  Start at the tour operator's shop in the city center of Krakow, and get kitted out with a bike and all necessary equipment. Ride northeast along a brand new bike path heading towards the district of Nowa Huta, which literally means 'the new mill' due to its history as a steel milling hub during the communist era.  Make your first major stop at the old airbase that divided Nowa Huta from Krakow. From there, ride along the airstrip and enter Nowa Huta from the north side. Visit the church of Our Lord's Ark, shaped like a boat that helped defy Poland's uprising against communist rule. Enter inside to marvel at the religious art mixed with relics of socialism. From there, wind your way through the labyrinth of streets sprinkled with communist housing developments before riding along a lake past Nowa Huta's recreational center. Admire the intuitive urban design of the area that made Nowa Huta an ideal example of the proletariats city. After a few minutes, arrive at Lenin's steel mill plant, that led to the creation of Nowa Huta, the city built to house its workers. Stop for lunch at a traditional milk bar still running since the times of Joseph Stalin. After this, ride through Ronald Reagan square and return to the starting point via bike path along the river.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 464 reviews

Alex was great; living in the city but speaking superb English he gave us a 15k tour around May parts of Krakow. He was interesting and engaging, and helpful too - when we asked questions about other aspects of our stay. We saw areas we probably would not have seen otherwise, and it gave us great context for the rest of our week. Highly recommended.

Our guide, Sewerin, was very professional and friendly. The tour for three hours included several of the more important must-see spots in Krakow. We can really recommend this guide and the bike tour.

Our guide, Michael, was very knowledgeable and passionate about the city. He showed us the main landmarks and gave us accurate historical background. Highly recommended!

Beautiful city tour not too much information that it gets boring. We liked it very much.

Chris was very knowledgeable and personable. We saw a lot and learned even more.