Krakow

Getting to Salwator

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The Norbertine Monastery
The Norbertine Monastery
Lying just west of the Old Town, Salwator is about a twenty-five minute walk from the main market square and can be easily accessed by taking trams 1, 2, 70 or 78 to their terminus at the Salwator roundabout. Alternatively, surefooted or cycling sightseers can follow the recreational path along the Wisła River from Wawel Castle to the Norbertine Monastery, where it ends at the Rudawa tributary. Bear in mind that the path up Saint Bronisława’s Hill to Kościuszko Mound is a slight grade 1.6 kilometres in length and may be uncomfortable for anyone awaiting a hip replacement. It is possible to drive to the foot of the mound, but making the journey on foot or by bike is certainly the recommended method for those with fine weather who are feeling up to the task.

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