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.
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