Folk Show Tickets in Krakow with Dinner

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Experience Highlights

With this ticket you can experience Polish folklore first hand, accompanied by a good traditional menu. In a legendary restaurant in the centre of Krakow, you will have the opportunity to listen to a folk band in two 25-minute shows. You will also have the opportunity to dance.

At this dinner show you can eat up to three courses from a traditional Polish menu. This is your chance to learn about the rich gastronomy of the European country, as well as its traditional dances.

  • This is an experience where you will have tickets to a folk group show in a traditional venue .
  • In this activity you will have the opportunity to eat up to three traditional dishes .
  • The venue is called Michalik's Cave and is located in the centre of Krakow, one of the most bohemian areas of the city and the country.

What’s included

  • Entrance to the traditional Polish folk show
  • Two 25-minute shows
  • Dinner

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Step by Step

With this ticket you can experience traditional Polish dances, costumes and cuisine in one activity . From Michalik's Cave, a mythical restaurant located in the centre of Krakow, you will be able to eat up to three typical Polish dishes while watching two shows of a folk group.

You will have the opportunity to see two 25-minute shows of a traditional folk band. You can even get up and dance with them.

Learn about Polish traditions and customs through dance, costumes and cuisine. For example, some of the dishes on the menu include Polish pasta with cabbage and mushrooms or pierogi, Polish dumplings stuffed with cheese, meat and vegetables.

Michalik's Cave, founded in 1895, is considered one of the most bohemian places in the city as it was a favourite haunt of artists who mocked bourgeois customs in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It is also centrally located in Krakow, which gives you the opportunity to stroll around the city centre later in the day.

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4.3
· 237 Reviews
  • M
    MinJoon
    4
    (0 Reviews)
    I would have liked to see other types of typical dances but it was good.
  • S
    Samuel
    5
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    The show delivered what was promised in the reservation.
  • H
    Hugo
    5
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    Delicious food and a great atmosphere. The restaurant was very enjoyable.
  • J
    Jaime
    5
    (0 Reviews)
    The dancers had very good coordination and seemed to really enjoy what they were doing.
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