Aleja Jana Pawla II - From Crosswalk at the Aleja Jana Pawla II and Ulica Grzybowska intersection, Poland
Aleja Jana Pawla II is a major thoroughfare located in the center of Krakow, Poland. It connects the main square of the old town to the south of the city, running alongside the Vistula River. The avenue was established in 1933 and is currently a popular destination for both travelers and photographers. On the north side, the street is lined with significant historical buildings, churches and monuments, while the south side is lined with high rise buildings and modern restaurants. Photographers don't want to miss the vibrant street scenes which feature many of the city's iconic sights – such as the St. Mary's Basilica, Cloth Hall and Czartoryski Palace. On the street there are also interesting shops and street vendors selling Polish specialties, making it a great destination for souvenirs. For travelers, it is an excellent destination to explore the city's varied architecture and the cultural and historical significance of the city.