3 hours
5 stops
Local food and culture
12 people maximum
English
Award winning                                           
Book Your Tour
If you have any issues with payment, please email us at [email protected] with the city, date and time of tour, and how many adult and child's tickets you need so we can assist you.

If a tour is fully booked, or you are looking to book a *Group or Private Tour - please email us about Group & Private Tours options.

*Please note - Group & Private Tours are specifically organised for your group and therefore subject to a premium price.

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Upgraded Drinks Package

Upgrade your Secret Food Tours: Kraków, experience with two drink selections chosen to pair with the food you'll be served. You must be 18 and older and have a valid ID. This upgrade can only be purchased in addition to the food tour.

Due to the nature of creating a well balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we are able to accommodate your dietary needs.

  • a shot of Krupnik
    Traditional sweet alcoholic drink similar to a liqueur, based on vodka and honey. Krupnik originated in the territory of present-day Belarus, which was at the time part of the larger Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Honey, usually clover honey, is the main ingredient used to add sweetness, as well as up to 50 different herbs. There are many versions and some recipes have been passed down through generations; each producer typically uses their own recipe.
  • Polish regional wine
    Polish wines have become increasingly popular among critics and consumers, winning medals in various international contests. Their character is influenced by the soil, climate, and grape variety, as well as by the lack of popular chemical spraying. We can boldly state that they are fresh, aromatic, and of the right acidity. With this upgrade, try Poland's best wines, from Srebrna Góra or Turnau wineries.
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*We reserve the right to substitute the alcohol for non-alcoholic drinks if the guest becomes inebriated.

What you'll taste
DRINKS
  • Shot of Polish traditional mead Krupnik
  • Polish regional wine


Due to the nature of creating a well balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we are able to accommodate your dietary needs.

Health & Safety Standards

At Secret Food Tours we take your health and the health of our staff very seriously. To be sure that you can enjoy our tours with the maximum protection we have put in place some strict measures.

  • We have been certified by We're Good To Go
  • We make sure that all our partners and our own places are disinfected after each tour
  • All our guide have been trained on health and safety measures
  • Masks and hand sanitizers should be used on all our tours by our guides
  • Guests must bring their own mask
  • We keep our group small and we offer private tours

Meeting Spot
We'll meet at the Barbican, near St. Florian's Gate. Please email us.

Mon - Sun 12:00 p.m.

Barbican

Your guide will be waiting with an orange umbrella so they are easy to spot.

If a tour is fully booked, or you are looking to book a *Group or Private Tour - please email us about Group & Private Tours options.

*Please note - Group & Private Tours are specifically organised for your group and therefore subject to a premium price.

WHY THE ROYAL ROUTE AND THE OLD TOWN?

The Old Town is a magical place. For many centuries, kings, queens, and their guests came to Kraków through St. Florian's Gate, past the main market square, and continued along Grodzka Street to the Wawel Castle. Today the Royal Route is still as vibrant and lively as ever, retaining its royal splendor. Here you'll find perfectly preserved medieval architectural structures, some of the most magnificent in Europe, including beautiful residences, centuries-old churches, majestic university buildings, and a renaissance castle and gardens at Wawel Hill.

The main market square is the heart of the city, designed eight centuries ago to meet the needs of merchants. Today the taverns and inns surrounding the center have been replaced by restaurants, clubs, and coffee shops. The Cloth Hall dominates the middle of the square, and features stalls with local souvenirs, works of art, and jewellery.


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Krupnik Local red wine
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