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The walk should be combined with a visit in pubs located just off the Vistula bank, on the side of Podgórze. Right next to it are moored restaurants, where you can drink a glass of wine or eat a tasty dinner. You do not have to be a persistent walker to visit the iconic Cracow place, which is almost around the corner - Kazimierz. The atmosphere prevailing in the streets departing from Plac Nowy and the square itself helps to create a romantic scenario. Here, lovers can spend remarkable time almost from dawn until late at night. Bernatka footbridge is a young point on the map of 'places for lovers'. The footbridge was created in 2010 and although it is only eight years old, it has already permanently inscribed in the Krakow landscape. The Tumski Bridge in Wrocław, where, according to legend, the love was sworn by Mieszko I and the Czech princess Dobrawa swore a slightly longer period. The Tumski Bridge, similarly to other "bridges of lovers" in Europe, is bent under the weight of oaths and promises of love enchanted in the form of metal padlocks. Near the bridge there is a cathedral, in front of the altar where one can pray for happiness in a relationship. To top it off, it's worth stroking the stone lion (it's located just next to the entrance). The road leading from the cathedral to the Tumski Bridge carries an unofficial name "the way of love", so walk this route should be included in the love plans of the lovers. No matter where, it's important that together. True lovers will find the Tumski Bridge and Bernatka's Footbridge in every town they come to. There will be plenty of opportunities for walks. There is still concern about choosing the right accommodation. A social e-tourist website will be helpful here, where you can easily find interesting accommodation offers in the most interesting, most popular cities in Poland. We cordially invite you and encourage you to look for a suitable place. Places only for two, or seats with a view of love!