Now I am performing mainly in Europe. I am attending the PhD program at the Jagiellonian University, where I also teach (Management sciences, Humanities).
Organizing trips in Cracow and its area - this is my passion. I am very proud Cracovian and I enjoy very much hosting people from all over the world. I love to cook and eat, tell the stories and legends or just discuss the current political situation in Poland ;)
I can show you Cracow: Old Town, Kazimierz, Podgorze or industrial Nowa Huta. I can also take my guests to Cracow's surroundings - Salt Mine in Wieliczka, Zakopane, Zawoja, Tarnow, Czorsztyn - just name the place, I will organize the trip with the pleasure. Basically showing around my beautiful city to foreign guests is always a great adventure for me, as well as the opportunity to meet new people. I travel very often on my own, so I know how to settle my guests in a new place. Waiting for the challenges - all customized trips are welcome!
Guys! Polish folklore is captivating, the cuisine is really delicious, polish history is really interesting. I would like to show you the cultural richness of my region. Or, I can just take you for a beer/ coffee to one of the legendary pubs in Krakow and show you so called "must see".
Anyhow, it's always a pleasure to meet you.
A Recent Review of this guide
Touring Krakow with Agata was awesome! She loves the city and knows so much about the history, culture and food. Agata speaks English fluently and did a great job of addressing the wide range of interests in our group - covering religion, history, architecture, restaurants, shopping and art with ease. Agata is fun to be with and I would whole-heartedly recommend her to anyone looking for a tour guide in Krakow.
- Musician (BD)
- Management sciences (MD)
- Management sciences, Humanities (PhD program - currently)
I am not a licensed guide at the Auschwitz - Birkenau Museum.
I am not a licensed guide at the Wieliczka Salt Mine.