Hello, we are your guides from Polonia Walking Tours, the guides with the WHITE umbrellas. We offer free and paid tours around the city.
Ask our guides! We offer another tours on demand so you can personalize your experience in Cracow
Free tours, initial contact with the city.
Free tours are a formula for getting to know the tourist destinations at the price determined by travelers.
The tours have an important social component; It is common to see a good harmony between the people who form the group.
In fact,it often happens that when the tour is over, the participants who don’t know each other at all go to drink something together. Generally, the atmosphere is great.
Something relatively fresh.
Some might think that Free Tours have existed for a lifetime. Quite the opposite, it was a few years ago when they began to spread through countless capitals and towns with great tourist development or on the
There are many companies specialized in these visits on foot. In my opinion, it’s the most democratic model in our century. And I want to highlight, everyone has an opportunity to receive information about the place without having to pay a previously set price. It will be at the end of the tour when the intrepid traveler judges the guide’s work and gives him or her a freely determined amount of money.
There is no ticket, there is no prior reservation requirement,available all 365 days a year or almost all (in some marked holidays, such as Christmas Day, the tours might not take place).
We might wonder how it’s possible for this model to function; and it is very simple: the generous tips given by enthusiastic visitors cover various advertising expenses and salaries of the employees.
Everyone decides how to evaluate the lived experience.
On the guide´s side, his motivation, people and communication skills, clarity in the speech, sympathy, etc. will be the keys to being fairly appreciated.
The duration can vary but on average it could be said that the estimated time is from 2 hours to 2 hours and a half.
Where to find us
Rynek Main square – next to Adam Mickiewicz’s statue . Look for the white umbrellas!
In Warsaw (soon)
Krakowskie Przedmieście 68, warszawa.
Hello everyone! My name is Larysa. I study media and PR in the oldest
university in Poland, Jagiellonian University. I love meeting new people and making new friends from all
around the world. I am passionate about photography. I am currently doing my photography course to be
able to do it on professional level. I live with a logo that life is too short for staying in one place the whole
life. Life is about traveling and exploring. I try to travel everytime when I have free time. So far I have visited
most of the countries in Europe. Living in a city where every street hides interesting, unexpected stories
and studying in a university which is closely connected with Polish Royal families made me passionate
about history. On our tours I will try to share my passion with you together with funny stories and
anecdotes connected with Kraków.