Wawel Hill is the most famous landmark in Cracow. The Wawel Hill was the beginning of the royal city of Cracow.This natural hill above the Vistula River, surrounded by marshes, became the location of a small village and later was transformed into the main centre of trade. Over time, the hill became the centre of local power, the seat of both princes and bishops. In the 14th century Cracow became the coronation city of Polish Kings, and the most important church in the country was erected.
|The Vistula river - the longest river in Poland|
|The way to Wawel Hill|
|View from Wawel Hill|
It is very amazing place and definitely worth visting.