Hill of Three Crosses
The Hill of Three Crosses with a summit at 90 above the Vistula river level. Its most recognizable sight are the plague crosses erected as an expression of thanksgiving for the town being spared from the cholera epidemic at the beginning of the 18th century. A beautiful view over the town and the Vistula river valley can be admired from the top. Two walking paths lead us to the top: the steeper one, with its stony steps, up from the belfry, and the easier one which starts opposite the path to the castle entrance.