1. The old bridge in Czechowice-Dziedzice is the first bridge on the navigable Vistula. Connects Czechowice on the right bank of the river with the adjacent town of Goczalkowice, on the left bank. Situated between the railroad bridge on the route from Warsaw to Vienna (though not on the historical Petersburg - Vienna line) and the new, larger road bridge. Rather long construction ranging for more than 200 metres, mostly over the flood areas on the right bank; 11 pillars. Since the opening of neighbouring new road bridge, the old one is rarely used; bicycles are more frequent here than cars. The only bridge on navigable Vistula with the cobblestone surface. Rather miserable technical conditions. Nice views on the nearby Beskid Zywiecki mountains.