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One-hour sightseeing cruise on the Vistula River in Krakow

Hourly cruises are aimed at people who want to discover the mysteries of Krakow without rushing. The routes are designed to give passengers a 60-minute overview of the sights of this centuries-old city, away from the tourist crowds - and in two languages! An audio guide in Polish and English is played during the cruise.
Price (regular/discounted ticket):
70 zł

Discounted tickets are available for children under 12 years of age. The child must have a document entitling him to a discount.

We guarantee:

Original photos of views with monuments in the background

Audioguide in j. Polish and English

Access to drinks and bar

Secure purchase - the possibility of cancelling the cruise no later than 24 hours. pre-cruise

Cruise itinerary

We start our hour-long cruise in the heart of Krakow – under one of its most important symbols, the Renaissance Wawel Castle. Cruising upstream, we pass one of the most important bridges in Krakow, the nearly 160-meter-long Dębnicki Bridge, which gained its current appearance back in 1951.

Then we enter the Zwierzyniec district, which boasts many historical monuments, green areas and architectural gems. It is there that you can see Salwator with Kosciuszko Mound towering over the city, as well as the Norbertine Monastery, which will delight lovers of architecture and history with its charm.

After passing through the Debniki district, we can admire the Papal House, where Karol Wojtyla lived with his father from 1938 until the end of the war. We pass the Manggha Japanese Art Center, an original wave-shaped building where travelers can learn about the culture, art and technology of this Asian country.

After passing under the Grunwald Bridge, the Pilsudski Bridge and the Father Bernatek Footbridge, where lovers hang padlocks with declarations of eternal love, we find ourselves in the Podgórze area. The district impresses with parks, outstanding architecture, romantic streets and a multitude of restaurants and bars. As is Kazimierz, by the way, the next stop on our cruise of Krakow’s most iconic landmarks. In both Kazimierz and Podgórze you can find strong influences of Jewish culture, as well as visit memorials.

Finishing our route slowly, we pass the church “on the Rock”, where, according to the account of Wincenty Kadlubek, the murder of St. John the Baptist was said to have taken place. Stanislaus. Eventually we reach the shore – near the Wawel Castle, the place where our journey began.

We carry out cruises on various ships depending on the number of passengers, ship availability and other circumstances.

We sail out from under Wawel Castle:

Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00

We run every 60 minutes

Frequently asked questions

How much does a cruise on the Vistula cost?

Exploring the city from the deck of a ship, admiring the sights of Krakow from the perspective of the Vistula River, is a unique experience that combines a tourist attraction with an original way of sightseeing. The price of a cruise ticket varies and depends on several factors, such as the length of the cruise, the type of cruise and the age of the passenger. We offer discounted tickets for children under 12 and standard tickets. Our offerings range from hour-long rides to four-hour excursions to Tyniec, as well as private cruise options.

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How is the boat cruise going?

Embarking on a Vistula boat cruise adventure is a matter of just a few steps, starting with booking tickets. To guarantee your seat on board on your preferred date, we recommend purchasing tickets online. The process is simple: just visit the ticket section of our website, select the “BUY TICKET” option, and then fill out the form with your contact information and select your cruise date and time. Once payment is made, a confirmation will be sent to the email address provided, containing all the necessary information, including the location of the marina.

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What is worth seeing in Krakow?

Krakow, with its history and hidden treasures, attracted more than 8 million visitors in 2022. As the second largest city in Poland, it offers a wealth of attractions, picturesque Old Towns and an unforgettable atmosphere. In addition to its well-known monuments, Krakow also hides many smaller museums and culinary gems that make it worth spending more than just one day here.

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How to plan your time in Krakow?

Krakow is a city that is very popular among tourists. As the second largest city in Poland, Krakow captivates with its unique charm, resulting from its rich history and traditions. The former capital of Poland offers something of interest for everyone – from lovers of history, architecture, art, to enthusiasts of long walks, bicycle tours and culinary discoveries from every corner of the world. The possibilities for spending time in this city are endless, and below are some suggestions.

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What attractions of Krakow are worth visiting with only one day at your disposal

Krakow, with its centuries-old history, attracts millions of tourists every year, and many of them decide to return, enchanted by the charm of the city from the first glance. Many visitors choose this place for a short, one-day or weekend visit, but they quickly realize that 24 hours is definitely not enough to experience the full climate of Krakow and discover even part of its secrets. Krakow is a city full of attractions, so in one day you can only experience a foretaste of this unique place. The following are places to visit in Krakow during a weekend stay.

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