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World War II in Kraków

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Basic Information
Total time
2h
Meeting point
Katyń wooden cross, next to St. Gilles’ Church, near to Grodzka Street 67. Look for the guide with a yellow umbrella.
Category
Walking tour
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About

The time of the German occupation of Krakow is considered to be the most difficult period in the history of the city. It was a time of darkness but also a time of true heroes. A time of courage, fear and betrayal, when even the simplest decision could bare grave consequences. A time that lives in us thanks to the stories of our parents and grandparents.


On this tour we will learn about the Nazi plans towards the Poles and understand how they repressed their victims. We will also talk about the citizens of Krakow and their attitudes towards the Germans.


That’s true – Kraków didn’t have an uprising and the city wasn’t demolished, but resistance movement still had it’s part during WWII. Join the World War 2 in Kraków FREE walking TOUR and learn more!


During the tour you will see:



  • Katyń wooden cross

  • St. Michael’s prison

  • Gestapo headquarters

  • bomb shelters (Park Krakowski)


Additional Important Information
Included
  • professional local guide 
Ticket Message

Look for a guide with a yellow umbrella or Walkative! sign. 

  • Meeting Point: Katyń wooden cross, next to St. Gilles’ Church, near to Grodzka Street 67.
  • Start Time: Participants are expected to show up 5 min before the start time.
  • Language: English
  • Groups of 8-12 people that booked with paid option – note it is not a private tour.
  • Groups of more than 7 that did not pay for the reservation can be rejected by the guide. 
  • There is no need to print your booking confirmation.

Thank you for choosing Walkative! If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

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Please note that the Walkative! guides are independent and thinking individuals. Depending on the guide, the tours may vary, but they are always designed to bring you lots of knowledge and fun.

Meeting Point
Katyń wooden cross, next to St. Gilles’ Church, near to Grodzka Street 67. Look for the guide with a yellow umbrella.

BOOKING RULES
Our pay as you wish tours are designed for individual travellers and small groups. We don’t accept parties of more than 7 people on them. If you travel in a party of 8 or more (school groups, bigger groups of friends etc.), please choose a paid option, if it's available, or book a Private Tour. For more information on the latter, please contact us.



Unforgettable tour! Highly recommend!

Rated 5 out of 5
2 days ago

Mateusz is a great guide! He’s knowledgeable and he organized the tour nicely. He also introduced a lot about Polish movies connected with this history.

We appreciate to have this chance learning the city’s story from a local.

We’ll recommend our friends to join if they plan to visit Krakow!

C Y HUANG

Amazing tour

Rated 5 out of 5
4 days ago

Thank u was absolutely amazing the guide was so informative and gave a totally different perspective would highly recommend.

Tina

Extremely Interesting tour - Thank you

Rated 5 out of 5
1 month ago

Well worth to book this tour discovering many interesting facts and buildings from WW11 . Another shout out to Mateusz (Mathew )for his guiding us around this amazing city – a great guy .

Peter and Elizabeth Britland

Awesome tour

Rated 5 out of 5
3 months ago

Shout out to Big Tom, it was an awesome tour, helped with the weather it was very interesting and I enjoyed the photographs. Tomasz was very engaging, informed and always happy to answer any questions. I really enjoyed the little stories he told which helped me understand that dark period in Poland’s history.

Michalina

Excellent tour

Rated 5 out of 5
3 months ago

WW2 tour was interesting. Full of facts. A bit grim at the end. Gestapo cells with prisoner messages – moving. Guide Matt was very passionate about this history.

Stephen


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