The Old Town is a part of Krakow located within the preserved defensive walls and the Planty garden, founded in the place where there were previously fortifications.
The Old Town and the Royal Route are the most visited routes by tourists where the whole world meets. It is here that they can admire the most beautiful monuments
of Krakow – the Barbican, the Florian Gate – the medieval city fortifications preserved to this day, St. Mary’s Basilica, the Cloth Hall and the City Hall Tower.
The University District near the Market Square reminds of the royal foundation of the oldest university in Poland – the Jagiellonian University founded by King Casimir
the Great in 1364.