It's so beautiful walking through the streets within the old town of Krakow. There building are beautiful, there are little coffee shops everywhere. Be sure to stop and get an ice cream at one of the ice cream shops too!!
About Ulica Kanonicza
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Once you turn left from Senacka into Kanonicza street, you will be taken away from the more commercial and bustling parts of Krakow Old Town. This winding and cobbled street has its origins reaching back to 1401. Nowadays, having a stroll along Kanonicza provides a...More
This cobblestone street is one of the paths from the castle into Old Town. It is lined with historic/old buildings and is almost like walking back in time. The horse drawn carriages seem to like to go down this street as it is less crowded...More
In a city with many beautiful streets Ul.Kanonicza is probably the most famous and without a doubt one of the most beautiful. If your walking from Wawel Castle you can walk down this street which is famous as Pope John Paul II lived on this...More
One of my favourite streets, Kanonicza lies at the foot of Wawel Castle. It houses the apartment which was once occupied by Pope John Paul II, now a museum. Here you can also find the magnificent Hotel Copernicus, one of the most prestigious hotels in...More
Cool area in the Old Town. There you'll find the house where Pope John Paul II had lived, which makes this a very important and meaningful region for the local people.
This street's buildings date from the middle ages. Albeit rebuilt and renovated over the years, they are said to constitute an important grouping of buildings in the city.
The Ulica Kanonicza, Kanonicza Street, is one of the old and important streets of Krakow. Don't miss to walk along.
Kanonicza street is one of the oldest streets in Poland closely related to the polish Kings and Roman Catolic church in history