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Wawel jest Wasz l festiwal

Wawel jest Wasz l festiwal

From 2022-08-24 to 2022-08-27
Widok na Zamek Królewski na Wawelu z lotu ptaka. Na pierwszym planie Kurza Stopka, mury cytadeli z półokrągłym bastionem.
Wawel 5, 31-001 Kraków
tel. +48 124225155
Organiser: Zamek Królewski na Wawelu
Wawel 5, 31-001 Kraków

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Willa Fryderyka Kraków

Willa Fryderyka Kraków

Budynek restauracji Willa Fryderyka - elegancka willa z ogrodem widziana od frontu
Kazimierza Wielkiego 105, 30-074 Kraków
tel. +48 502515199

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Kwatera wojenna z okresu I wojny światowej Miechów

War Quarter on the Parish Cemetery in Miechów

Piechota austriacka
ul. Piłsudskiego, 32-200 Miechów Tourist region: Kraków i okolice
The intelligence units of the First Cadre Company entered Miechów on August 7, 1914. On August 9, the First Cadre Company was joined here by another unit that had departed from Krzeszowice together with Józef Piłsudski three days earlier.
In Miechów, the two groups of riflemen were transformed into a battalion, marked as number III in the subsequent months and commanded by Edward Rydz-Śmigły. A War Quarter dating from the First World War – or in fact its remnants since most of the soldier graves were used for civil burials after the Second World War – is located near the southern fence of the cemetery, at the end of a long alley. Only a wooden cross and a memorial plaque have been preserved until this day. At least 520 Russian and 124 Austro-Hungarian soldiers were buried there. They were killed in action during the battles of 1914 and 1915, especially during the Russian “steam roller” offensive in November of 1914.

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Plac Nowy Kraków

Nowy Square and poultry slaughterhouse Kraków

Kraków Plac Nowy
Plac Nowy, Kraków Tourist region: Kraków i okolice
Even at the end of the 19th century, Nowy Square in Kazimierz, the second after ul. Szeroka centre of trade and social life of the Kazimierz Jews, was a picture of chaotic, mostly wooden buildings.
In 1900, however, the construction of a small market in the middle of the square, which was to organise that area, was completed. Inside, there were several tens of small stalls and butcher shop – Jewish poultry slaughterhouse. In 1927, the Krakow Jewish community rented that area and reconstructed the empty courtyard into a new, larger butcher shop. Now, it is the Mecca for tourists attracted by the climate of the square and cult French bread pizzas sold here.

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Kwatera wojenna na cmentarzu parafialnym Książ Wielki

War Quarter on the Parish Cemetery in Książ Wielki

Kwatera wojenna, Książ Wielki
ul. Jana Łaskiego, 32-210 Książ Wielki Tourist region: Kraków i okolice
The War Quarter on the Parish Cemetery also serves as the reminder of the First World War. Soldier graves dating from the time of the First World War are located to the left of the entrance near the western wall of the cemetery.
A contemporary granite tombstone with a memorial plaque was placed on the site of the original earth grave, certainly much larger than the present one. 16 soldiers were buried in the grave: 9 from the Austro-Hungarian army, 5 from the Russian army, and two of unknown origin. The dates and circumstances of their deaths are unknown, but the battles in the vicinity of Książ Wielki were fought in the summer and autumn of 1914, and continued on a smaller scale until the middle of 1915.

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Pomnik Walczących o Niepodległość Miechów

Monument of the Independence Fighters in Miechów

Pomnik wojenny, Miechów
Rynek, 32-200 Miechów Tourist region: Kraków i okolice
The Monument of the Independence Fighters, dating from 1916 and located on the Miechów Market Square, is also dedicated to the legionaries from the First Company.
The sculpture of an eagle taking off and flying upward was located on the top of the tall stone obelisk. It features a cross in the laurel wreath and an inscription in Polish and German: “In memory of the heroes of all nationalities killed in action in the Miechów district in the years 1914–1915”.

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Cmentarz wojenny Ogonów Kaliś

Ogonów War Cemetery in Kaliś

Cmentarz Ogonów, Kaliś
32-340 Kaliś Tourist region: Jura Krakowsko- Częstochowska
855 soldiers who were killed in action in November 18-27, 1914, and who died later on in the military hospital in Wolbrom are buried on the war cemetery in Kaliś.
Among the 773 Austro-Hungarian soldiers of the First Army headed by General Viktor Dankl are the Czechs, Austrians, Poles, Hungarian, and Slovaks. A Polish legionary was also buried there. The graves of 81 Russian soldiers of the Ninth Army of General Plato Leczycki are located nearby. In November of 1914, the Russian offensive on Kraków and Silesia, the so-called “steam roller,” approached the Jurassic Krakowsko-Częstochowska Upland. However, the units of the Ninth Russian Army commanded by General Plato Leczycki encountered the Austro-Hungarian forces of the First Army commanded by General Viktor Dankl ready for defence at the line of the limestone hills. A part of the Fourth Austro-Hungarian Army commanded by Archduke Joseph Ferdinand was getting ready to counterattack in the vicinity of Kraków. Fierce battles were fought in the vicinity of the village of Kaliś, as the front stopped there for about six weeks.

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Miejsce bitwy pod Krzywopłotami

Location of the Battle of Krzywopłoty

Przemarsz Strzelców
32-310 Krzywopłoty Tourist region: Jura Krakowsko- Częstochowska
The Polish legionaries from the First Infantry Regiment and the Austro-Hungarian soldiers clashed with the forces of the tsarist Ninth Army commanded by General Leczycki near Krzywopłoty in the vicinity of the forested Świętego Krzyża Mount on November 16–19, 1914.
The Russians incurred heavy losses on the Poles, with the passive stance of the remainder of the Austro-Hungarian forces. Finally, on November 19, the attack of the Austro-Hungarian forces conducted on the entire front line in the vicinity of Krzywopłoty ended up in success – the nearby Domaniewicki Forest was conquered and the defeated Russian forces had to retreat to the east.

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Kwatera legionistów na cmentarzu parafialnym Bydlin

Legionary Quarter on the Parish Cemetery in Bydlin

Miejsce bitwy pod Krzywopłotami, Bydlin
ul. Zawadka, 32-310 Bydlin Tourist region: Jura Krakowsko- Częstochowska
A large Legionary Quarter with a magnificent stone cross is located on the Parish Cemetery in Bydlin, on the east side of Świętego Krzyża Mount.
Lieutenant Stanisław Paderewski, step-brother of the famous pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski is buried there among 46 fallen soldiers of the Polish Legions. A war quarter with three mass graves of 284 soldiers from the Austro-Hungarian and Russian armies is also located on this cemetery. The ruins of a small castle with visible trench remnants are located above, on the other side of the road on the forested hill.

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Cmentarz wojenny Jangrot Cieplice

War Cemetery in Jangrot Cieplice

Drewniany krzyż.
32-075 Cieplice Tourist region: Jura Krakowsko- Częstochowska
2,014 Austro-Hungarian and 561 Russian soldiers are buried on the cemetery in Cieplice.
In terms of the number of the buried, it is the largest cemetery dating from the First World War on the Jurassic Krakowsko-Częstochowska Upland. The trench lines have been preserved in the forest to the east and north of the cemetery, while fragments of the reserve lines can be found to the west of the necropolis. The vicinity of Cieplice and Jangrot were the arena of fierce fights between the Austro-Hungarian and Russian forces in November of 1914. Repeated attacks and counterattacks brought severe losses to both sides, while the village of Jangrot passed from hands to hands several times: the Fifth Corps of the First Austro-Hungarian Army fought against the elite Russian Guard divisions. The Austrian attack carried out on November 17 in the forest north of Cieplice, was successful and allowed the capture of the village of Gołaczewy located on the northern side of the forest. Battles were also fought on the vast Sułoszowa Plateau between Sułoszowa, Jangrot, Trzyciąż and Zadroż.

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Wypożyczalnia samochodów Tarnów - TWS Group

Wypożyczalnia samochodów Tarnów - TWS Group

Ikona samochodu na niebieskim tle
Leśna 18, 31-100 Tarnów
tel. +48 662180759

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Weekend z Orężem Polskim na Zamku w Wiśniczu

Weekend z Orężem Polskim na Zamku w Wiśniczu

From 2022-08-20 to 2022-08-21
Wysoki zamek z dwiema okrągłymi basztami oraz wieżą.
Zamkowa 13, 32-720 Nowy Wiśnicz
tel. +48 146128341
Organiser: Muzeum Ziemi Wiśnickiej w Nowym Wiśniczu
Zamkowa 13, 32-720 Nowy Wiśnicz

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Pętla wokół Myślenic

Loop around Myślenice

Pętla wokół Myślenic
Scale of difficulty: For advanced
Types of trails: Cycle
Length of trail: 16 km
Myślenice Tourist region: Tarnów i okolice

Beginning of the trail: Myślenice Zarabie

End of the trail: Myślenice Zarabie

Total length of the trail: 16.0 km

Difficulty: easy

Trail colour: red

The loop around Myślenice is a must for MTB/gravel bikes if you want to ride up the Chełm Mountain. At the top you’ll find a lookout tower, a private astronomical observatory and the upper station of the ski lift with a working restaurant (www.sportarenamyslenice.pl). Chełm Mountain used to be a mecca for downhill cycling, with well-prepared downhill trails now awaiting reactivation. We suggest to go out and descend on your own on the longest loop possible here, without the aid of the lift. The trail is fairly well marked, but we suggest following the GPX trail as a couple of signposts at forks in the trail are missing. We suggest riding counter-clockwise, due to simpler ascents in terms of surface (the ascent coincides in part with the Carpathian Bicycle Route). We start in the Zarabie district of Myślenice, where, in addition to car parks, the riverside area by the Raba River has been transformed in recent years into a well-equipped leisure park with numerous foot and bike paths. It can be considered as basically one of the finished sections of the VeloRaba route. We leave the flat banks of the river in the vicinity of the stadium and head up to the section where you climb up to Talagówka along forest roads (mostly on a good gravel surface and on asphalt). Alternatively, you can take the green trail through Czarne Błota. After a rest on the summit, we enter a rather steep and rocky descent to Stróże, where we return to the flat banks of the Raba River. The section from here to Zarabie can get quite muddy (used dirt roads in the riverside areas), so until there is a real VeloRaba route here, we will still suggest thick tyres. Once the loop is closed, we recommend resting on the beach or at one of the numerous rest stops.

Maximum elevation: 642 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 207 m a.s.l.

63% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

Linden tree from 1830 (Myślenice), viewing tower on Chełm Mountain, rest park Zarabie Myślenice, cableway to the Chełm Mountain, earth bumptrack, private astronomical observatory

Natural attractions: Zamczysko nad Rabą Nature Reserve, ‘Młaka źródliskowa’ ecological site

53% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic
Myślenice - Stróża - Styrek - Myślenice

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Na Bacówkę nad Wierchomlą oraz pętla Kotylniczy Wierch

To Bacówka nad Wierchomlą and the Kotylniczy Wierch loop

Na Bacówkę nad Wierchomlą pelta Kotylniczy Wierch
Scale of difficulty: For advanced
Types of trails: Cycle
Length of trail: 30,3 km
Wierchomla Wielka Tourist region: Tarnów i okolice

Beginning of the trail: Wierchomla Wielka

End of the trail: Wierchomla Wielka

Total length of the trail: 30.3 km

Difficulty: easy

Trail colour: green/blue

A good suggestion is to combine two trails into one MTB trip that will show us both the beautiful and the demanding sides of Beskid Sądecki. We arrive at the Bacówka PTTK shelter from the Wierchomla railway station following the green trail, and then make a loop to Jaworzyna Krynicka by the blue bicycle trail. This is just an example of what the surrounding mountain trails are like, so if you enjoy these mountains, we also recommend exploring the other trails in the area (e.g., to Hala Łabowska or the new Trail of Mineral Waters). We arrive at the Wierchomla complex (hotel, lower station of the chairlift) where a bike park is also available by an asphalt public road in the summer season. The demanding cycling doesn’t start until you get down the forest transport road to the Bacówka pod Wierchomlą shelter. After reaching it, we recommend having a coffee and a rest with great views and gaining strength for the biggest climb of the day, i.e., Runek and further up to Jaworzyna Krynicka. This section will also be the rockiest, hence the suggestion to go there only on bikes with thick tyres. When you reach the upper station of the gondola lift on Jaworzyna, you can again take another rest with a view and make use of the numerous inns that operate there. Further on, you will enjoy a downhill ride along a great gravel road to Szczawnik, where it is worth stopping for a short visit to the Orthodox Church of St. Dmitri, next to which there is also a rest stop with a mineral water spring. The return up to Bacówka is a nice ascent along the wide forest road running along the Żebracze Reserve.

Maximum elevation: 1086 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 207 m a.s.l.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape parks: Poprad Landscape Park

Reserve: Żebracze

Natura 2000: Ostoja Popradzka

74% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Muszyna), St. Mary Magdalene Church (Muszyna), Orthodox Church of St. Dmitri (Szczawnik), Bacówka PTTK nad Wierchomlą shelter, Jaworzyna Krynicka.

Natural attractions:

Natura 2000 – Ostoja Popradzka, Lembarczek Nature Reserve, Żebracze Nature Reserve, Poprad Landscape Park.

67% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic.

Werchomla Wielka - Wierchomla Mała - Szczawnik - Wierchomla Mała- Werchomla Wielka

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Szlak rowerowy Grodzisko oraz Skansen

Grodzisko and Skansen cycling route

Trasa rowerowa Grodzisko oraz Skansen - gmina Babica
Scale of difficulty: For beginners
Types of trails: Cycle
Length of trail: 17,9 km
Mętków Tourist region: Tarnów i okolice

Beginning of the trail: Mętków

End of the trail: Rozkochów

Total length of the trail: 17.9 km

Difficulty: easy

Trail colour: red

These are two new cycle routes created in 2019 at the initiative of the municipality of Babica. The proposal is to turn off the Vistula Bicycle Route (WTR) and head towards the municipality’s biggest tourist attractions: the open-air museum in Wygiełzów and Lipowiec Castle. The route is suitable for basically every type of bike except road bikes. From Mętków (junction with the Vistula Bicycle Route) to Wygiełzów, the Grodzisko Trail leads us along mostly flat gravel roads up to the start of the ‘Mysteries of the Grodzisko Mountain’ educational and recreational trail.From here, we cycle along a short, unmarked section to the gate of the Vistula Ethnographic Park. We definitely recommend visiting it and cycling up to the nearby Lipowiec Castle, although it is quite a demanding, technical climb due to the steepness and the dirt surface (but you can also leave your bikes at the bottom and just walk). We return to the Vistula Bicycle Route in Rozkochów following the Skansen Trail along quiet asphalt roads in general traffic. Several parking places with open-air gyms and benches were created along both of these routes, and in Rozkochów you can stop at the Cyclists’ Rest Stop located by one of the picturesque floodplains of the old beds of the Vistula River. And if all these attractions are not enough for you, we also highly recommend to visit the nearby Skowronek reservoir, as well as the bicycle railcar in Regulice (www.drezynyregulice.pl).

Maximum elevation: 287 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 223 m a.s.l.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Natura 2000: Dolna Skawa Valley

44% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

Vistula Ethnographic Park (Babice), Lipowiec Castle (Babice).

Natural attractions:

Natura 2000 – Dolna Skawa Valley, Bukowica Nature Reserve, Lipowiec Nature Reserve.

35% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic.

Mętków - Wygiełzów - Włosień - Rozkochów

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Zalew Chechło – Puszcza Dulowska – Rudno (niebieski)

Chechło Reservoir – Dulowa Forest – Rudno (blue trail)

Drewniany pomost nad zalewem, na nim ludzie.
Scale of difficulty: For beginners
Types of trails: Cycle
Trzebinia Tourist region: Tarnów i okolice

Beginning of the trail: Trzebinia

End of the trail: Rudno

Total length of the trail: 14.5 km

Difficulty: easy

Trail colour: blue

It is one of the easiest cycling routes running around the Chrzanów land, a perfect option to start the exploration of this area (the full list of routes can be found at przewodnik.powiat-chrzanowski.pl/szlaki-rowerowe/). The blue trail is not only a good link to reach Trzebinia and the Eagles’ Nests Trail or the Loop Around Trzebinia, but also a great option for family excursions in the flattest part of the Dulowa Forest. The route mostly runs along asphalt and gravel forest roads free from motor vehicle  traffic. Along the way, you’ll encounter numerous rest stops in the form of benches and tables, and at the Chechło reservoir you can enjoy the recently rearranged beach and the recreation complex (playgrounds, toilets, pier). Car parking facilities are available at both ends of the trail; it is also possible to get here by train from Kraków (leaving at the Krzeszowice or Trzebinia stations). We also recommend to cycle (by the steep climb along the black trail) or to walk up to the Tenczyn Castle. The trail is suitable for any type of bike except road bikes. In the future, it will also be a section of the VeloRudawa route, which is currently at the design stage.

Maximum elevation: 340 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 282 m a.s.l.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape parks: Tenczyn Landscape Park

99% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Chechło Reservoir
Natural attractions: Tenczyn Landscape Park, Dulowa Forest

60% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic.

Trzebinia Zalew Chcechło - Puszcza Dulowska - Rudno

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Wokół gminy Trzebinia

Around the Trzebinia municipality

Wokół gminy Trzebinia
Scale of difficulty: For advanced
Types of trails: Cycle
Length of trail: 49,8 km
Trzebinia Tourist region: Tarnów i okolice

Beginning of the trail: Trzebinia

End of the trail: Trzebinia

Total length of the trail: 49.8 km

Difficulty: easy

Description:

Maximum elevation: 452 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 274 m a.s.l.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape parks: Dolinki Krakowskie Landscape Park, Tenczyn Landscape Park

51% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

Natural attractions: Dolinki Krakowskie Landscape Park, Tenczyn Landscape Park

43% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic.

Trzebinia - os. Siersza - Czyżówka - Płoki - Psary - Dulowa - Bolęcin - Piła Kościelecka - Trzebinia

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Brzeszcze na rowerze

Brzeszcze by bike

fragment asfaltowej ścieżki rowerowej w Brzeszczach
Scale of difficulty: For beginners
Types of trails: Cycle
Length of trail: 15,0 km
Brzeszcze

Beginning of the trail: Brzeszcze

End of the trail: Skidziń

Total length of the trail: 15.0 km

Difficulty: easy

This is a new, 14-km-long trail in the municipality of Brzeszcze  that meanders through picturesque ponds in the floodplains of the Vistula and Soła rivers and is routed mostly on gravel and asphalt roads and on side streets of the town. Due to its flat course and low motor vehicle  traffic, it is suitable for recreational riding even for beginners, on basically any type of bike except road bikes. The junction with the Vistula Bicycle Route is located within the Natura 2000 area and can also be reached from the Jawiszowice-Brzeszcze railway station. The trail is well marked. Two rest stops for cyclists with information boards and maps were created here. The trail also connects with another trail in the municipality of Brzeszcze, running along the memorial sites of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, so both of them can be used to see most of the town and its surroundings. In the future, it will also serve as a link to the VeloSoła route.

Maximum elevation: 260 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 232 m a.s.l.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Natura 2000: Dolna Soła Valley, Ponds in Brzeszcze

28% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

Natural attractions:

Natura 2000 – Dolna Soła Valley, Natura 2000 – Dolna Soła, Natura 2000 – Ponds in Brzeszcze.

37% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic.

Brzeszcze - Miedźna - Skidziń

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Skarby Blisko Krakowa - Trasa nr 2 - Malowniczymi zakątkami gminy Skawina

Treasures Close to Kraków – Route No. 2 – By picturesque corners of the Skawina municipality

Skarby Blisko Krakowa - Trasa nr 2 - Malowniczymi zakątkami gminy Skawina
Scale of difficulty: For intermediates
Types of trails: Cycle
Length of trail: 43,6 km
Skawina Tourist region: Tarnów i okolice

Beginning of the trail: Skawina

End of the trail: Skawina

Total length of the trail: 43.6 km

Difficulty: medium

Description:

Maximum elevation: 352 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 207 m a.s.l.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

12% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

The Manor in Ochodza (Skawina), Regional Chamber (Skawina), Prehistoric Settlement in Wola Radziszowska (Skawina). Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Cedron, Kozie Kąty Nature Reserve, Bielany-Tyniec Landscape Park.

23% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic.

Skawina - Kopanka Pierwsza - Ochodza - Wielkie Drogi - Sosnowice - Grabie - Wola Radziszowska - Las Bronaczowa - Radziszów - Skawina

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Greenways Szlak Bursztynowy

Greenways Amber Trail

Greenways Szlak Bursztynowy
Scale of difficulty: For advanced
Types of trails: Cycle
Length of trail: 246,6
Borusowa Tourist region: Tarnów i okolice

Beginning of the trail: Borusowa

End of the trail: Lipnica Wielka

Total length of the trail: 246.6 km

Difficulty: easy

Maximum elevation: 1021 m a.s.l.

The lowest point on the route is at elevation: 167 m a.s.l.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape parks: Bielany-Tyniec Landscape Park

National parks: Babia Góra National Park

Reserve: Gibiel

Natura 2000: Niepołomice Forest, Babia Góra, Cedron, Jadowniki Mokre, Nowa Huta Meadows, Dolny Dunajec

24% of the route runs through forested areas.

Tourist attractions:

Cathedral Basilica of Sts Stanisław and Wacław (Śródmieście), House of Female Painters (Olesno), Manor (Szczurowa), the Manor in Stryszów (Stryszów), Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory (Podgórze), Regional Chamber (Skawina), ‘Rzym’ Inn (Sucha Beskidzka), Church of St. Clement in Zawoja (Zawoja),  Church of St Vincent and the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Nowa Huta), Kraków – historical city complex (Środmieście), Lanckorona (Lanckorona), Painted Homesteads (Olesno), Emil Zegadłowicz Museum (Sucha Beskidzka), Sucha Beskidzka Municipal Museum (Sucha Beskidzka), Prehistoric Settlement in Wola Radziszowska (Skawina), Tyniec – Benedictine Abbey Complex (Podgórze), Wawel Castle (Śródmieście), Farmstead of Felicja Curyłowa (Olesno), Royal Castle (Niepołomice).

Natural attractions:

Natura 2000 – Babia Góra, Natura 2000 – Cedron, Natura 2000 – Dębnik-Tyniec Meadow Area, Natura 2000 – Nida Valley, Natura 2000 – Dolny Dunajec, Natura 2000 – Jadowniki Mokre, Natura 2000 – Nowa Huta Meadows, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Nidziańska, Natura 2000 – Niepołomice Forest, Natura 2000 – Skawina Meadow Area, Natura 2000 – Wielkie Błoto Peat Bog, Bielańskie Skałki Nature Reserve, Gibiel Nature Reserve, Skałki Przegorzalskie Nature Reserve, Skołczanka Nature Reserve, Babia Góra National Park, Bielany-Tyniec Landscape Park, Nadnidziański Landscape Park.

26% of the trail runs on roads free of motor vehicle  traffic.

Gręboszów - Olesno - Żabno - Radłów - Szczurowa - Borzęcin - Rzezawa - Bochnia - Drwinia - Kłaj - Niepołomice - m. Niepołomice - Nowa Huta - Śródmieście - Podgórze - M. Skawina - Skawina - Lanckorona - Stryszów - Kalwaria Zeb. - Zembrzyce - Sucha Beskidzka - Stryszawa - Zawoja - Jabłonka - Lipnica Wielka