Guided tours Cracow with Christian Vogt




Vistula River

Vistula River - Village of Vistula - Wisla

At the foot of Wawel Hill runs the famous Vistula River (Wisla), beeing with over 1000 kilometers (620 miles) the longest River of Poland. The Vistula River has its sources next to the village of Vistula where the Polish ski jumper Adam Malysz was born. The River runs from the Carpathian Mountains through Cracow and Warsaw and flows into the Baltic Sea nearby the city of Gdansk.

Vistula Promenade - Boat Trip on Vistula

Especially during beautiful sunny days the Cracow people use the Vistula Promenade for longer walks or bike tours, enjoying the marvellous view on the Wawel Hill with its Cathedral and Royal Castle. There are many Boats and Ships equipped with cafes offering daily Boat Trips on the Vistula River.

Vistula Song - "Vistula, my blue River!"

(This wonderful romatic ballad about the Vistula is of unknown origin.)