Dive into the culinary culture of Poland with this walking food tour. Kazimierz is one of the oldest districts in Krakow, dating back to the 1300s. After being largely destroyed in World War II, the neighborhood experienced a renaissance in the 1990s. It’s now the perfect place to experience the city’s blend of rich tradition and contemporary culture, filled with stylish cafés and restaurants housed in beautifully restored historic buildings.
As you follow your guide through the cobblestone streets, learn all about Kazimierz and the role different foods play in its story. You’ll visit 5 restaurants and have the chance to sample nearly 15 different dishes and drinks, including two Polish vodkas and two craft beers. Your passionate local guide will steer you away from tourist traps toward authentic Krakovian favorites.