The petty township Wadowice is situated in southern Poland, small distance from Krakow. You can arrive there in 1 hour by coach. Wadowice is mainly famed for standing for the birthplace of the Pope John Paul II.
Given birth in 1920, the young pope used to live in Wadowice until 1938 so plenty of places in Wadowice relate to his life during youth. Once you arrive at that place go to Koscielna 7 Street where you will find the family flat where the Pope was born.
Nowadays, it functions as a museum where you may find the family’s very own goods enough to mention images, home furniture, oven as well as several others. In the neighborhood of the flat there is the attractive baroque church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary inside the internal part of the town where the young Karol Wojtyla liked to go aside.
Also his high school is opened for guests. The township itself dates back to thirteen century so there exists a number of several other historic buildings.
If you’re thinking about to travel to this location think of Wadowice tours organised with Exciting Krakow firm