TOURIST ROUTES AND TRAILS

ROUTE 1

Hiking trail (PTTK)

Course: Radom Pruszaków – Radom Firlej

Length: 16,5 km

ROUTE 2

Bike tourist route

Course: Radom Koniówka – Przytyk

Length: 22,1 km

ROUTE 3

Bike tourist route

Course: Radom Krychnowice – Niedarczów

Length: 25,2 km

ROUTE 4

Bike tourist route

Course: Radom Sadków – Jedlnia Letnisko PKP

Length: 12,6 km

ROUTE 5

Bike tourist route

Course: Radom Cudnów – Ruda Wielka

Length: 35,9 km

ROUTE 6

Tourist route “Historic monuments of Radom”

Course:  23 historic monuments

ROUTE  7

Radom Jews route called “Ślad”

Course:  13 selected places connected with the history of the Jewish community in Radom

ROUTE 8

Stefan Szyller architectonic route

Course:  13 sacred and industrial buildings

ROUTE 9

Kochanowski family route

Course:  10 towns and villages, which were historically most connected with the family of John Kochanowski

ROUTE  10

Jacek Malczewski routes

Course:  5 places connected with the artist

ROUTE 11

Andrzej Wajda route

Course:  buildings where his family lived, placed where he had his first artistic attempts, and other structures he was connected with

ROUTE 12

Radom June 1976

Course:  9 structures with memorial plaques in Polish and English

ROUTE 13

Symbols of industrial Radom

Course:  14 sculptures presenting the most famous products of Radom industry

Pieszy szlak turystyczny (PTTK)

The trail starts at the end roofed bus stop (lines 5 and 8). It goes past the Radom Village Museum, where you can see 80 old wooden structures, including cottages, manor houses, church and mills (the entrance gate is located around 2 km away). The trail is crossed by the main water flow of the town: the Mleczna river, and then goes across green sites over the river. Having gone past housing estates, it gets to the Borki lake with many attractions: lighted fountains, playground, pedestrian and bike path, barbeque spot, water equipment rental facility, beach volleyball court, mini basketball court, football pitch, and bars. In the summer, it is a safe swimming place with lifeguards.

Behind the lake, the trail crosses the Mleczna river again and reaches the cradle of Radom: Piotrówka, and then goes along the most important historic places of the town: Old Town square with St Vaclav church And Miasto Kazimierzowskie with the Jacek Malczewski Museum. Then, the trail goes through the oldest park of Radom: Stary Ogród, where there is a charming pool and a lovers’ bridge.

Then, the trail goes along streets in the Kaptur housing estate and enters the Kapturski Forest, which is the largest forest complex in the town with a driving track for 4×4 cars and several national memorials. The last section of the trail goes past urbanised sites to the largest necropolis in Radom and the surroundings of Radom: the cemetery in Firlej, which is also a national memorial.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Access to the start/end: lines 5 and 18 (Pruszaków) and line 4 and selected runs of line 13 (Firlej / Cemetery).

This is a green trail. You can go on your own or with a guide

list of guides

Bike tourist route Radom Koniówka – Przytyk

The route starts at the crossroads of Stefana Czarnieckiego Street (voivodeship road number 735) and Fabryczna Street. It goes through the largest forest complex of Radom: the Kapturski Forest, next to the offroad track in Koniówka. It goes to Janiszew with a small pond. Then, the route gets to Dąbrówka Nagórna, Kozinki and Wola Taczowska, past several roadside chapels and crosses. In Taczów, it goes near the “Rycerze Bogurodzicy” Historic Park, which is devoted to people connected with the Battle of Grunwald. In the park, there are also remains of a medieval village.

The route goes across Gulinek over the Bosak river and then in the direction of forests. Along field and forest paths, it goes to Stefanów and ponds in Radomka and ends in Przytyk. It crosses the Radomka river twice. In Przytyk the route ends near the church designed by Stefan Szyller. Here, a red bike route also goes from the forest near Przysucha to the railway station in Bartodzieje.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

This is a green route. Start in Radom near the end bus stop of line 15 (Kaptur).

Bike tourist route Radom Krychnowice – Niedarczów

The route starts at the crossroads of Stalowa and Jana Józefa Lipskiego Streets. Having crossed two railway crossings, it goes across fields and grooves. Near the highest hill in the municipality of Kowala: Wickowa Góra (220. 3 m above sea level), the route turns to Parznice and Gębarzów. It crosses spring flows of the Kobylanka river several times and gets to the historic parish cemetery in Skaryszew with the chapel of the Skorupski family of the 19th century.

In Skaryszew, the route goes past the most important monuments of the town: St. Jacob Church of the turn of 17th and 18th centuries and a market square with a sculpture of a horse (in Skaryszew, the oldest horse fairs in Poland take place). Having crossed the national road number 9, the route turns to the south to Wólka Twarogowa and Miasteczko, where it again crosses the Kobylanka river. The route ends in Niedarczów, where the Kobylanka river flows into the Modrzewianka river. In Miasteczko, another (red) bike route goes to Sołtyków near Radom.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

This is a green route. Start in Radom near the bus stop of lines 14, 17 and 25 (Potkanów / Stalowa).

Bike tourist route Radom Sadków – railway station in Jedlnia Letnisko

The route starts at the crossroads of Lubelska and Poranna Streets. At the beginning it goes across fields and gardens and then the site of the 42nd Air Training Base. In Natolin, it crosses the railway track and goes along that track to the railway stop in Rajec Poduchowny. Then, it goes across Groszowice and Myśliszewice. In Piotrowice, it goes past a water mill to Jedlnia Letnisko. The route ends at the railway station and a monument devoted to victims of the Second World War.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

This is a black route. Start in Radom near the bus stop of lines 5 and 14 (Wojska Polskiego / Lubelska).

Bike tourist route Radom Cudnów – Ruda Wielka

The route starts near the crossroads of Lubelska and Poranna Streets. At the beginning it goes across fields and gardens and then the site of the 42nd Air Training Base. Having crossed the eastern boundaries of Radom, it turns to the south near the cemetery in Małęczyn. It goes across fields, meadows and one-family houses. It goes past a monument commemorating an air catastrophe which took place in 2009 during the International Air Show. The route goes through a groove to Maków, where there is a primary school in the former manor house of the 18th century.

Then, it goes to Skaryszew across the Kobylanka river to the most important historic monuments of the town: a market square and the St Jacob church of the turn of the 17th and 18th century. Here it goes together with a green bike route, which goes from Radom across Gębarzów to Parznice. The routes separate at the historic parish cemetery with a chapel of the 19th century.

Having gone across Skaryszew, the route goes at first across fields and then through the forest. Along a forest path it goes to Ludwinów and then Chomentów, Józefów, Bukowiec, through the forest to Dąbrówka Warszawska and ends near the school in Ruda Wielka.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

This is a blue route. Start in Radom near the bus stop of lines 5 and 14 (Wojska Polskiego / Lubelska). Return from Ruda Wielka by train.

Tourist route “Historic monuments of Radom”

The route is made of 23 historic monuments both in the historic part of the town and in less known places. It goes from the oldest monument: Piotrówka through Old Town and Miasto Kazimierzowskie with a town hall, town walls and a building of the former Piarist College, nine churches, historic tenement houses, railway station building, and a former housing estate for workers. State Weapon Factor and four cemeteries of various religions.

There are boards with short information about monuments at each structure.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).

Access by public buses:

– to the oldest historic site (Piotrówka) and a historic Roman Catholic cemetery: lines number 1, 16 and 17 (stop at Limanowskiego / Młodziankowska and Limanowskiego/Cemetery)

– to the Roman Catholic cemetery and church in Borki: lines number 8, 12 and 13 (stop at Maratońska / Limanowskiego) or 14, 16 i 18 (Limanowskiego / Maratońska)

– to the Orthodox cemetery: lines number 4, 12, 23 (stop at Warszawska / 11 Listopada)

– to the Evangelical-Augsburg cemetery: lines number 5 and 12 (stop at Kielecka / Wolanowska)

– to the Jewish cemetery: line number 26 (stop at Kozienicka / Północna)

– to the church in Glinice: lines number 2, 14, 15, 24 (stop at Słowackiego / Kwiatowa)

– to the former complex of a manor house and park in Wośniki: lines number 5 (stop at Kielecka / Wośnicka) and 13 (stop at Wośniki / School)

Radom Jews route called “Ślad”

This tourist route is made of 13 selected places connected with the history of the Jewish community in Radom. It includes, among others, a square at the synagogue, two labour camps, an area of a big and small ghetto, former hospitals, a gymnasium, a seat of the Jewish Religious Community and a cemetery.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).

There are boards with short information about monuments at each structure.

Access by public buses:

– to the area of former hospitals: lines number 1, 16 and 17 (stop at Limanowskiego / Młodzianowska)

– to the House of Jewish Old People and Cripples: lines number 4, 12, 23 (stop at Warszawska / Kusocińskiego)

– to the Jewish cemetery: line number 26 (stop at Kozienicka / Północna)

– to the area of a small ghetto: lines number 2, 14, 15, 24 (stop at Słowackiego / Kalińska)

– to the area of a labour camp at Szkolna Street: lines number 3, 6, 9, 11, 19, 23, 25 (stop at Grzecznarowskiego / Śląska)

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Stefan Szyller architectonic route

This outstanding architect designed 13 sacred and industrial buildings in Radom and the surroundings of Radom, mainly during 20 years between the wars. In Radom, 5 buildings were constructed or reconstructed in accordance with his designs: two factory complexes for the Polish Tobacco Monopoly, a church and a parish house in Glinice, and the Observants’ monastery church (reconstruction).

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).
There are boards with short information about monuments at each structure.

Access by public buses:

– to the church and parish house in Glinice: lines number 2, 14, 15, 24 (stop at Słowackiego / Kwiatowa)

– to the central warehouse of the Polish Tobacco Monopoly: lines number 1, 7, 12 and 25 (stop at Wierzbicka / Tartaczna)

– to the factory and warehouse building of the Polish Tobacco Monopoly: lines number 1, 16, 17 (stop at Limanowskiego / Lustrzana)

– to the church of the Observants’ monastery: lines number 1, 7, 8, 9, 15 and 25 (stop at Żeromskiego / Traugutta or Lekarska / Hospital)

Kochanowski family route

The route goes across 10 towns and villages, which were historically most connected with the family of John Kochanowski from Czarnolas. Apart from Czarnolas, these are among others: Zwoleń, Policzna, Sieciechów, Przytyk and Radom. In Radom, one place was marked on the route: the John the Baptist parish church with a chapel founded by the poet’s relative: John Kochanowski from Barycz, commander of Kozienice.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).

At the St John the Baptist church, there is a board with short information about the monument.

Access by public transport to the parish church: bus lines number 1, 7, 8, 9, 15 and 25 (stop at Żeromskiego / Traugutta or Lekarska / Hospital)

Jacek Malczewski routes

The most outstanding painter of Polish Symbolism was born in Radom. There are several places connected with the artist in the town. These are: the painter’s family house, baptism place, a board devoted to his grandfather, a monument and museum with a collection of his paintings.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).

Access by public transport: bus lines number 1, 7, 8, 9, 15 and 25 (stop at Żeromskiego / Traugutta or Lekarska / Hospital)

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Andrzej Wajda route

One of the most outstanding Polish film and theatre directors, who spend his early youth in Radom. The route includes, among others, buildings where his family lived, placed where he had his first artistic attempts, and other structures he was connected with.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).

Access by public transport to the first structure on the route: bus lines number 7, 9, 17, 19 (stop at Malczewskiego / Kelles-Krauza).

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Radom June 1976

The path includes places connected with the most important events of the Workers’ Protest in Radom in June 1976. On the route, there are 9 structures with memorial plaques in Polish and English. You will find them, among others, at the entrance to the former Gen. Walter Metal Production Plant, where the protest started; in front of the former seat of the Voivodeship Committee of the Polish United Workers’ Party; or the former monastery, where there was a jail.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).

Access to former Metal Production Plants by public transport: bus lines number 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 18 (stop at 1905 Roku / Kościuszki)

Symbols of Industrial Radom

14 sculptures presenting the most famous products of Radom industry, which were cast in the scale of 1:1. These are mainly products of the “Łucznik” Weapon Factory (two bicycles, gun, sewing and writing machines), three models of apparatuses produced by the Radom Telephone Production Plant and a vanilla cheese “Rolmlecz”, which has been produced to date, as well as less known objects, including a gas mask and an anticorrosive paint can.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The route is not marked. You can obtain information about individual structures and the route at the Tourist Information Centre at 16 Rwańska Street and 2 Dworcowy Square (in the building of the railway station).

Access by public transport to the start or end of the route: bus lines number 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 18, 19, 23, 25 (stop at the Railway Station or Poniatowskiego / Railway Station) and 1, 8, 15, 17, 25 (stop at Reja / Wolność)

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