For more than 15 years now I've been extremely lucky to be a local city guide and introduce this hidden gem to visitors from all over the world.
I have graduated local Jagiellonian University in Russian Literature and - as Minor - in Law and Administration. I used to work for Diplomatic Protocol Unit of Malopolska Governor and for the largest British charity organisation - The British Council, delivering top class guiding services for VIP delegations, scholars and business clients.
I am deeply interested in culture and history of Polish Jews and modern history of Israel. I specialise in Jewish traces tours and co-operate with March of The Living and Cracow's Jewish Festival.
I often help and assist tourists with Polish backgrounds to find information about their relatives and reconstruct their family tree.
Except guiding, I work as a tour leader and as a translator in English/Polish for business clients.
I hope to guide you here and let you fall in love with Krakow!
A Recent Review of this guide
An amazing guide. Not only does she have in-depth knowledge of Krakow history and particularly the Jewish experience, she understands and actively studies regional and world geopolitical realities. Her contextual knowledge of Polish history along with current affairs makes her an invaluable guide. You'll enjoy her contemporary reflections on social, political, and historical realities of today. This along with her humor, candor, and ability to engage with family members of all ages. A special person.
Licensed Krakow City Guide (ID Nr PM/361/2000)
Licensed Tour Leader (ID Nr PW/2121/2000) - both issued by Marshal of Malopolska Voivodeship,
Licensed guide in Oskar Schindler Factory
Licensed guide in Wawel Castle Royal Chambers
1. I am not a licensed guide in Auschwitz Museum and Memorial.
2. I am not a licensed guide in Wieliczka Salt Mine.
3. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange a rental vehicle.