This tour is also available as
a Private Tour.
What is the best way to learn? By having fun, of course! And what is the best way to learn about a city? Of course, fun and active participation in our city game! So let’s discuss the plan! First, gather a team: it can be your family or friends, or you can try it alone. Second, sharpen your senses: an urban game is an activity in which perceptiveness can be a great asset, and a constant desire to learn will inevitably lead to victory in the game! Thirdly, whether you know the city or not is not important, everyone has a chance to fight for victory. Like a string, a simple map, which will be attached to the tasks, will lead the participants everywhere. Fourth and last, just come and try to face the questions that we have prepared.
The reward will be fun and knowledge about the city, which you will gain during the walk! The master of the game will be our guide, Maciej Maliński: a historian, musician, and storyteller, whose sense of humour is hard to forget. Let yourself be charmed by his positive energy!
Payment by cash on the spot. See you there!
What a personable little quide this chap is, dripping with knowledge, which he imparts with enthusiasm and whit. I took his advise on trying the ‘concrete ribcage’ market hall’s Milk Bar and the liver in onion gravy with mash and golden baked cannelloni were simply delicious. I happily recommend this tour and café and perhaps round it off with a pint in Spiz.
Wroclaw walking tour with Michael was excellent. He had perfect English and was able to answer any questions. We had a lovely stop for coffee/donuts halfway through. We were very happy to give him a tip at the end and would highly recommend.
Michał is a great guide, very kind and with a great knowledge about Wrocław and Poland in general. He gave me and one other person basically a private tour and didn’t cancel it despite the weather being super cold that day, which I really appreciate. The tour was interesting and I’d say different from any other walking tour because the group was so small. It was a great experience, I recommend it.
Mikhail or Michael was excellent. Fabulous knowledge of his city and conscious of his audience. Although it says free walking tours. You pay what you feel is appropriate. It was well worth a substantial contribution and even if you only paid half what you would expect to pay for a guided tour in Europe with other providers that is acceptable.
We had a great 2h tour in English in Wroclaw. Our guide, Adam, was fantastic, with a great sense of humour and eager to answer all our questions. Thanks to him and his knowledge of history and culture of Wroclaw, in such a short time we managed to see and learn a lot about this wonderful city. Thank you Adam, you’ve been equally wonderful, you make tourists love -even more- your city!