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By bike through Cracow!
2019-08-09 12:57:17

On what if not on a bike it is best to visit Krakow and its surroundings.

By bike through Cracow!

On what if not on a bike it is best to visit Krakow and its surroundings. The infrastructure of bicycle paths is developing at a surprising pace and Krakow itself is among the leading cities in terms of the length of bicycle paths. Once you've sat down on your bike, it's best to go for a ride on the Vistula Boulevards is a picturesque place in the center of Krakow at the foot of the Wawel Castle. Along with the adjacent fragments of the Vistula embankments, as well as Rudawa, are a popular recreational and leisure place for both Krakow residents and tourists who love to move on motorcycles.


On the way you can see the Pauline Church on the Rock, the Bernatek footbridge, which has become a favorite place for couples in love, as well as the famous Pont des Arts Bridge in Paris, the Norbertine Monastery in Salwator, and use the bar moored by the river, where you can drink beer, eat a good meal and even dance. After crossing the boulevards we can then go on a journey to Krakow's Błonia, which is a city park in the form of a vast meadow with a total area of 48 hectares which makes them one of the largest meadows in Europe in the city center.

by bike through cracow! by bike through cracow!

If you are fit you can go on a long journey of about 15 km which will lead you along the Tyniecka route, as a part of the national project Vistula Bicycle Route and Amber Route. An unquestionable advantage of this route is its attractive location. On one side there is a beautiful view of the Wolski Forest, the Camaldolese Monastery and the Faculty of Polish Philology of the Jagiellonian University.


During your trip you can stop in the aforementioned Wolski Forest, which covers an area of 422 hectares and is one of the largest forest parks in Poland. Walking there, in addition to the Zoological Garden, The Camaldolese Monastery on Srebrna Góra, the Piłsudski Mound, the Astronomical Observatory and the Belvedere, which houses the Institute of Polish Diaspora Research of the Jagiellonian University are also worth visiting. It is worth mentioning that the number of kilometers of bicycle paths is almost 200 km. Therefore, there is no need to worry about the number of attractions but also adrenaline while moving through the urban jungle. After all, bikes are the best way to explore Krakow. There are almost 170 bicycle stations on the whole area, where we have almost 1500 bicycles to rent for really small money.


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