Grodzka Street, Krakow
This street goes from Town Hall to Wawel castle. It is full of nice buildings, a few churches, pubs, bars, coffess. Here you can find small and nice food shop "Kiefyrek" and milk bar "Bar mlieczny".
The monument was built in 1910 near the old town walls and barbican of the city. Thats nice Krakow has a monument for so important battle, that took place near Grunwald village in former crusaders ordin territory in 1410. Polish-Lithuanian soldiers had battle against crusaders and Polish- Lithuanian army won that battle - battle was so important, that after it crusaders never has so strenght to make more attack at all (talking about all future history).
At this monument is shown a lot of figures, but the main is Poland's king Jagiello (Jogaila in Lithuanian) and Lithuanian duke Wytold (Vytautas in Lithuanian).
Grodzka Street is the southern part of the "Royal Route" leading from the Market Square to Wawel castle. The townhouses of varying styles used to be palaces.
Today it's one of the busiest streets in the city for shopping, eating and drinking.
This street goes from the Main Market Square to Wawel Hill. It's a part of so called Royal Tract (Wawel - Grodzka - Main Market Square - Florianska).
There are many stores, pubs/restaurants in this street. And there are St. Andrew Church and St. Paul and Peter Church there.
a) Peter's and Paul's church (Piotra i Pawla) on Grodzka street. b) 'Happenings... At Grodzka str.' c).... d) At the end of the steet, under Wawel.
Like many Old Town streets in Krakow Grodzka Street is a charming place. This street will lead you to Wawel Castle.