Rivers in Krakow – Potok Olszanicki

Potok Olszanicki has its source near to Krakow-Balice airport. This inconspicuous stream, with a length of only 4 kilometers, is quite dangerous. Potok Olszanicki feeds Rudawa river, thankfully, before the drinking water intake. The stream is very contaminated on all its length. In other situations – it would pollute the Krakow potable water sources.

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