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Krakow

History, bars, and a red-hot city derby

Krakow is best known for its medieval squares, castles, and gruesome wartime memories. 

But Poland’s former capital also ranks as a solid football destination. Largely thanks to the city’s intense matchday atmospheres and 24-hour nightlife.

Krakow’s football scene is best sampled with a visit to The Holy War  – the fiery match-up between Cracovia and Wisla Krakow.

Poland’s hottest city derby is home to a scorching atmosphere and impressive pyro displays that command respect across the world.

Why choose Homefans?

Meet like-minded fans

Have a blast with your football-mad guide and other fans from across the world. 

Hand-picked experiences

Go behind the scenes at our partner clubs and join local guides on unique football tours.

Experience it the local way

Get to the heart of Krakow’s football culture with your local guide.

Club Experiences in Krakow

Multi-day tours in Krakow

What Guests are saying

Meet some of our local Krakow hosts

Filip

Filip loves showing Central & Eastern Europe’s football culture to visitors. He recommends taking a vodka and food tour around Krakow and making the most of your chance to visit Auschwitz.