Private walking tour on the trail of street art

Street art guided day tour Krakow

Highlights of the street art guided day tour in Krakow

The street art scene in Krakow has grown significantly in recent years, with Polish and foreign artists leaving their mark on the city’s walls and buildings. The street art guided day tour in Krakow offers visitors an introduction to this vibrant and dynamic art form[1]. The tour is led by a professional and licensed guide who is knowledgeable about the local street art scene and the artists who create it[1]. The tour is an excellent way to explore the city’s urban landscape, learn about the history and culture of Krakow, and discover some of the best street art spots in the city[2].

The street art guided day tour in Krakow takes visitors to some of the coolest and most interesting street art spots in the city[3][4]. The tour includes visits to Kazimierz and Podgórze, two bustling districts that border each other and are home to some of the nicest murals in Krakow[5]. Visitors will have the opportunity to see works by internationally renowned artists such as Sainer, Kofie, and Nawer[4]. The tour is an excellent way to discover the hidden gems of Krakow’s street art scene and to gain a deeper appreciation for this vibrant art form.

In addition to visiting some of the best street art spots in Krakow, visitors on the street art guided day tour will also have the opportunity to learn about the artists and their works[6]. The guide will provide insight into the techniques and styles used by the artists, as well as the messages and themes behind their works. By gaining a deeper understanding of the street art scene in Krakow, visitors can develop a greater appreciation for this dynamic art form and the artists who create it. Overall, the street art guided day tour in Krakow is an excellent way to explore the city’s urban landscape, learn about its history and culture, and discover some of the best street art spots in the city.

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Duration 2 hoursCheck availability to see starting times.
Live tour guidePolish, English
Private group


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    Starting location:

    Józef Mehoffer House


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    Forum Przestrzenie

    Walk (20 minutes)


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    Mural micrófono

    Guided tour (20 minutes)


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    Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków

    Guided tour (20 minutes)


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    plac Nowy

    Guided tour (20 minutes)



    Food tasting (5 minutes)

    Optional, Extra fee

  • Highlights
    • Uncover the hidden message of Krakow’s murals
    • Experience the incredible atmosphere of an artistic city
    • With a private group, you can tailor it to your own needs
    Full description
    We start our walk at Krupnicza Street to see the magnificent work of Mariusz Waras M-City, one of the most important creators of this art trend. The work was created thanks to the initiative of the ArtBoom Visual Arts Festival organised by the Krakow Festival Office. Next, we move to the premises of the former Forum Hotel, which thanks to the activities of Forum Przestrzenie has become an important place on the map of Krakow’s artistic activities. Here we will find a large gallery of street art works, including those by internationally renowned artists such as Sainer, Kofie and Nawer. Walking along the boulevards towards the heart of the Podgórze district, we come across a mural with dragons created by the pioneers of Polish street art: Tuse, Mehes and the Zooteka Agency. At Piwna Street, it is worth stopping for a while in front of a work by Blu – one of the most outstanding artists of this trend in the world, invited to Krakow by ArtBoom. Then, at Józefińska and Krakusa streets, we admire the work alluding to Stanisław Lem’s literature and experience a moment of anxiety in front of the Mayamural heralding the (fortunately unfortunate) end of the world. We move on to Zabłocie, formerly a factory district. Unfortunately, the building of the former Miraculum cosmetics factory, on which we could see the striking Babylon Fabric mural created by Sepe and Nawer for several years, no longer exists. Fortunately, the walls of buildings in this atmospheric district are adorned with several other interesting works, including Mariusz Waras’s latest mural M-City or Aleksandra Toborowicz and Michał Pałasz’s Radiomural. Let’s not forget Piotr Lutyski’s realisation on the wall behind the Mocak Museum of Contemporary Art. Across the bridge over the Vistula, we move to the Kazimierz district, which was home to the Jewish community for centuries. Here we find numerous works referring to this tradition by international artists such as Pil Peled or the Broken Fingaz group. It is also worth noting the mural painted by the Polish artist Pikaso on St Wawrzyńca Street. The area around Plac Nowy is the perfect place for street art explorations. Artists who come to Krakow like to leave their work here, as exemplified by the small mural by David Shillinglaw and his friends on ul Nowa. We also have an interesting realisation at Józefa Street, where Piotr Janowczyk transferred images of important figures associated with Kazimierz onto the wall. Somewhat hidden in the passage at the corner of Kupa Street is an extremely interesting work by Nawer and the Monstfur group.

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