One of the best ways to experience the local culture is through its kitchen. This tour is for

those who like to know what they eat in the context of history and traditions. We start our culinary adventure with KRAKOW BAtGEL – “obwarzanek”, to try a real living tradition. Let us show you one of the oldest European open air markets – KLEPARZ, where you will enjoy the organic food provided straight by farmers. We will go for lunch to the best traditional food restaurants to have the best pierogi in Krakow! There is no proper lunch without a delicious dessert, and for good digestion the best is a shot of Polish Vodka.  



This is the ultimate way to experience Polish culture. During this tour not only do we try more than 10 different portions of traditional Polish foods and dishes, but also you will see the hidden gems in the city centre that are visited mainly by the locals. Learn the taste of proper Polish kiełbasa, żurek, pierogi, mountainstyle cheese oscypek, smalec and pickles.


Try the favourite cake of John Paul II and learn why a specific type of pastries is known in Krakow as the Pope’s cake. To crown it all, we finish the tour tasting polish vodkas in a cozy liquor store where you can also get nice souvenirs back home. We have no doubts that this Food Tour will be a great substitute for an entire meal and your belly will be thankful for such an experience.


  • obwarzanek
  • kiełbasa (sausage)
  • oscypek
  • bundz
  • pikle cucumbers
  • sauerkraut
  • Polish cyder
  • home-made bread
  • lard
  • gzik
  • rye soup (żurek)
  • pierogies (dumplings)
  • kompot
  • the Pope’s cake
  • coffee/tea
  • home-made liquor

START –  Wed 6.00 PM

DURATION – aprox. 2,5h

PRICE – 150 (180) PLN


The meeting place for all tours is St. Mary’s Church on the Main Market Square.
Look for guides with British umbrella.

Rynek Główny 4
31-042 Kraków
In front of St. Mary’s church