Sights you could visit on your tour include:
The Jewish District of Kazimierz: The historical centre of Krakow’s Jewish religious and social life, inhabited by one of the most diverse Jewish communities in Europe.
Wawel Hill and its Royal Castle: Once the residence of the Polish kings, and the most historically and culturally important site in Poland.
The 14th-century Cathedral where the coronations and funerals of the Polish monarchy took place, and Pope John Paul II offered his first Mass as a priest in 1946
Florian Gate: one of the best-known Polish Gothic towers, and part of the city fortifications.
The Main Market Square: the perfect place to pick up souvenirs, particularly the Cloth Hall which has been the local marketplace for centuries.
St. Mary’s Church, with its stunning medieval altar sculpted by Veit Stoss and where a bugle call is sounded towards the four corners of the world.