The Royal Road is a picturesque route leading along some of the most famous streets and passing some of the most prominent tenement houses of the historic centre of Krakow. The route beginning at St. Florian’s Gate continues across the Main Square to end at the foot of the Wawel complex. It is a must-see for all tourists visiting the former capital of Poland. The city tour begins on the Main Square, at the exit of Grodzka street. The tourists will meet there by the small Church of St. Wojciech that traces its history to the pre-Romanesque period. A leisurely walk down the route of the centuries-old architecture of Krakow leads to the legends surrounding the Main Square, the Cloth Hall and the famous St. Mary’s Basilica with the distinctive two towers. The trip along the Royal Road will end at the foot of the Wawel Castle – the residence of the kings of Poland in the days of greatest glory until the 17th century. Krakow is the historical capital of Poland and one of the most beautiful cities of Central Europe. The one-of-a-kind Old Town boasts unique architecture, such as historic churches, markets, tenements houses or the famous charming narrow streets trodden by hundreds of people every day. There is an abundance of excellent restaurants, coffee shops and pubs attracting partygoers and Polish cuisine lovers. Everyone will find something for themselves. The participants of the walking tour will see the enrapturing Wawel Hill with the castle residency of the Wawel Castle at the top of the hill and its magnificent courtyard gardens. The Wawel complex includes also a cathedral, a courtyard and a chapel housing the tombs of kings. The trip itinerary also includes: The Jagiellonian University, the Planty Park which encircles the Old Town along the Medieval city walls, and the Main Square hailed as the most beautiful in Europe.
Excursion hours: 2020-07-15, 14:00 - 17:00