While walking along Piłsudskiego Street, you cannot miss a richly decorated tenement house at the number 7. Massive semi-columns and 14 caryatids are interesting both to small and big travellers. At first glance, the house at number 9 is less grand than its neighbour at number 7. However, the Brandt’s House (where the artist spent the last months of his life) hides a real treasure. The staircase is decorated with polychromies, which seem to present Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki and a cupid. Thus the entrance to the staircase is an obligatory point during the walk along Piłsudskiego Street.
When you end your walk along Piłsudskiego Street you must turn head in the direction of the Garrison Church at Konstytucji Square. You will see 19th-century Radom from one of the most beautiful perspectives.