As I have already stated Kanonicza street is one of the prettiest most picturesque streets in Krakow (and there are plenty to choose from).
It is settled just below the Wawel Hill offering pretty views and it is also the last part of what used to the Royal Road for the Polish Kings.
For quite a while (that is almost until 14th century) the street was home to the rich noblemen, however in 14th century that has changed as it became the residence for a number of Church dignitaries (in fact some houses still belong to the church).
In this street you can also find the church of St. Andrew and the church of St. Paul and St. Peter. [more]
|1. Hotel Start||0.91 mi|
|2. Hotel Pod Roza||1.03 mi|
|3. Hotel Wawel||1.28 mi|
|4. Hotel Ester||1.31 mi|
|5. JORDAN||1.67 mi|
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|1. Palace of Bishop Erasmus Ciolek||0.05 mi|
|2. Muzeum Archidiecezjalne||0.10 mi|
|3. St. Andrew’s church||0.17 mi|
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|1. Pod Aniolami||0.26 mi|
|2. Wierzynek||0.57 mi|
|3. Grill 15/16||0.59 mi|
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