PocketGuide Krakow (Cracow)

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Discover the city’s oldest gothic landmarks in Europe’s best preserved medieval cities and update yourself on the city’s festival calendar! Do you want to found out about the Silesian House, a former Gestapo headquarter, or get to know the popular bars in the Jewish quarter of  Kazimierz?

Get your first hand, insider travel tips to Krakow, Poland from your pocket!

PocketGuide offers audio guided tours with varying thematics and lengths so that you can select through which lenses you prefer to discover the city. Whether you prefer to check the most important landmarks or you are an urban dweller looking for hidden treasures, this easy to use application offers you to choose between a precise collection of compact and informative tours, browse the city’s actual cultural offerings and to discover the best restaurants and bars around.

And all this delivered to your iphone. Within one touch you will be able to reach 500 sights, 7 tours , 200 cafés and restaurants. After downloading you can forget about your phone, you can put it in you pocket and start the experience.

About pocket guide city guides: tours with voice navigation. Offline maps and content. No roaming charges while abroad. No need to read a small screen. All information is audible.

Tours:

  • Kazimierz I The Jewish Quarter (3 hours, 4.5 km) This is a tour of the old Jewish quarter used as a ghetto in World War II.
  • Kazimierz II The Christian Quarter – churches and monasteries (2.5 hours, 3.5 km) A tour of the Christian quarter of this town district established by King Casimir the Great.
  • The Wawel, Castle of Polish kings (1.5 hours, 2 km) A former residence of Polish kings the Wawel also features a cathedral and several important museums.
  • Walking Down the Royal Way: From Florian Gate to the Wawel (1.5 hours, 2.5 km) A cross-section of Old Town – in as little as one and a half hours.
  • Wandering Around the Old Town: the Southern Route (0.5 hours, 1.5 km) Another one and half an hour walk, discovering the hidden treasures of the southern Old Town.
  • Follies of Socialist Realism: Nowa Huta, Borders New and Old. Wanda Hill and Fort Mogiła (3 hours, 4.5 km) Nowa Huta used to be a stronghold of Socialist development built in the 1950s outside of the centre of Krakow. Today it is part of city history.
  • Wandering Around the Old Town: the Northern Route (1.5 hours, 2.5 km) A stroll of about one and half an hours in the northern area of Old Town.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category:  Travel
Released:  Jun 26, 2010
Languages: English, German, Hungarian, Italian
Publisher: Agil Eight Hungary Kft. © 2010 Budapest-Pocket Guide Hungary Ltd.
Price: $3.99 (buy app)

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