For centuries, this route has been followed by monarchs returning after victorious battles, bishops assuming office, envoys from foreign lands, and the funeral corteges of great Poles. This historic route leads along ul. Floriańska, crosses the Main Square, and then runs along Grodzka and Kanonicza streets. The greatest treasures of the Royal Capital City are found along it: the Barbican and St Florian's Gate, the Cloth Hall, St Mary's, St Adalbert's, and St Peter and St Paul's, mansions, palaces and museums (including the Pharmaceutical, Jan Matejko, and Archdiocesan Museums). Walking the Royal Route when visiting Kraków is a must, yet, what a pleasant "must" it must be!