Area: Out of Town
Type: Parks & Gardens
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Known as Krakow´s grassland, this vast expanse of land is a national heritage and perhaps one of the most bizarre parks you will find in Europe.
The 120-acre common used to belong to the convent of St. Norbert´s, but since been acquired by the city council in 1366 has been open to locals to use it for recreational purposes.
Subsequently the Blonia is used for a wide variety of events ranging from open-air rock concerts to papal Masses attended by the thousands to sheep farming! There is promenade that circles the entire park which is used by Krakowians for running, cycling and rollerblading making it a great place to go if you wish to get a bit of fresh air and exercise, and do a bit of people watching at the same time.
Located next to Park Jordana and in the vicinity of several other sports grounds, tennis courts and a leisure centre with a swimming pool there is plenty to do for all the family in this part of Krakow and are ideal for a fun-filled day out with a picnic.
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