Audioguía

AudioguíaUrbirun Krakow - Highlights

2 Paradas del tour

  1. Resumen de audiotour
  2. Resumen de audiotour

    Distance: 9.2km/5.72mi (*10.8km, 6.7mi / *14.2km, 8.7mi)
    Elevation: very low
    Rotation: counterclockwise
    Parks/Pedestrian: 4km (ca 44%)
    Urban constraints : low
    Suggested start: Rydnek Glowny /As any urbirun route, you can start wherever you want. Watch for the route rotation direction.

    Discover the charms of the Poland's former capitol, bathed by the Vistula and its the welcoming banks. Surrounding Europe's largest medieval square, numerous churches, palaces, museums of all styles and periods, tell the millennial history of Krakow. At the foot of Wawel Hill lies the former Jewish district of Kazimierz, now modern and trendy. Beyond the Vistula is the neighborhood where the ghetto was built. These two areas root the city in recent history. Spared from destruction in its history, unlike many other Polish cities, the heart capital of the Polish is a little jewel in Central Europe.

    *2 alternative routes available : 10.8km including Podgorze district, or 14km adding a quiet run along the river. Simply listen to directions while running, you'll have choices.

  3. 1 Rynek Glowny
  4. 2 Krakow Old Town
  5. 3 Wawel Hill
  6. 4 Wawel Castle and Cathedral
  7. 5 Wawel Dragon
  8. 6 Vistula
  9. 7 Kazimierz
  10. 8 Novy Square
  11. 9 Saint Peter and Paul's Church
  12. 10 St. Adalbert Church and Mickiewicz Statue
  13. 11 St. Mary Church
  14. 12 Florianska Street
  1. Resumen de audiotour

    Distance: 9.2km/5.72mi (*10.8km, 6.7mi / *14.2km, 8.7mi)
    Elevation: very low
    Rotation: counterclockwise
    Parks/Pedestrian: 4km (ca 44%)
    Urban constraints : low
    Suggested start: Rydnek Glowny /As any urbirun route, you can start wherever you want. Watch for the route rotation direction.

    Discover the charms of the Poland's former capitol, bathed by the Vistula and its the welcoming banks. Surrounding Europe's largest medieval square, numerous churches, palaces, museums of all styles and periods, tell the millennial history of Krakow. At the foot of Wawel Hill lies the former Jewish district of Kazimierz, now modern and trendy. Beyond the Vistula is the neighborhood where the ghetto was built. These two areas root the city in recent history. Spared from destruction in its history, unlike many other Polish cities, the heart capital of the Polish is a little jewel in Central Europe.

    *2 alternative routes available : 10.8km including Podgorze district, or 14km adding a quiet run along the river. Simply listen to directions while running, you'll have choices.

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