Cruise length: 4.5 hours 
Tyniec is a historic village on the Vistula river, since 1973 a part of the Krakow municipality. The location is notable for its famous Benedictine Abbey founded by King Casimir the Restorer in 1044 and majestically perched on a white limestone ridge with a commanding view of the river. The monks have lived and worked here peacefully for nearly a millennium. In the Middle Ages the learned friars provided education to young royalty in addition to their other numerous labors. Little was left of the original 11th-century monastery as first it was replaced by Gothic structures, then by the 16th-century Renaissance buildings and finally given a Baroque facelift in the 17th century. Also the abbey's present Baroque church dates from the 17th century too.
Nowadays the Benedictines run a guest house with all the modern conveniences and the church itself is a popular venue for classical music concerts, notably the summer series of the organ recitals.
Rain or shine a half-day trip out to Tyniec is rewarding and is a surprisingly serene and charming setting just outside the heavily-touristed areas of Cracow. It’s the best place to hang out with amiable monks and snap scenic shots of Poland’s historic heartland.

  • Dębniki bank
  • house of Jan Paul II
  • Church of St. Salvatore
  • Norbertine Monastery
  • St. Bronislawa Hill and Kościuszko Mound
  • Przegorzały Castle
  • Szyszko-Bohusz family residence
  • Camaldolese Monastery in Bielany
  • Canoe Slalom Course
  • Kościuszko Dam
This is a charter cruise and its operated by Gondola.

One Gondola can accomondate maximum 12 people and the boat hire cost 990 plz for the return trip. 

When making the booking please indicate the time you would like to take the tour. The latest possible departure from Kraków is at 5pm.