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  • The tourist trail “Following the traces of the Good Soldier Schweik”

    The trail is accessible to hikers, cyclists and motorists alike.
  • The potters’ trail

    The potters’ trail isourist route that will lead u to cosy workshops of otters who make pots on their wheels, and you will ee plump clay jugs getting dry on shelves under theceilings, and smoking kilns full of pottery. Turned to clay, figurines of saints, country music bands and whistling birds are really nice.
  • The tourist route of the Lubomirski Family Nests

    The tourist route of the Lubomirski family nests links the most interesting places related to the magnate family in The Podkarpackie Region in Poland and in the Presov district in Slovakia. Historic monuments of architecture erected between the 16th and 19th centuries provide a linking element.
  • EXTREME TOURISM

    The majority of extreme events and entertainment is organised in the wilderness of the Beskid Niski and the Bieszczady Mountains, perfectly fitted for this kind of entertainment. All-terrain vehicle rallies will surely bring a lot of fun to those who love bumpy terrain driving.
  • Winter Sports and Attractions

    Long-lasting winter conditions and picturesque landscape are the main reasons for visiting the region. Winter usually lasts here from the middle of December till the end of March.
  • AIR TOURISM

    It is important to mention that the Podkarpackie Voivodeship has rich tradition of aviation as the first aviation centres were established in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship in the 1930’s of the 20th century.
  • BICYCLE EXPEDITIONS

    The international trail, the so called “Zielony Rower” (Greenway) wends its way through the most beautiful places of the region and consists of marked out local trails. It is as long as nearly 1000 kilometres. Some of the trails can be followed only on a mountain bike, however one can follow most of the trails on a tourer.
  • Hunting and Fishing

    The Podkarpackie region is a real heaven for hunters who come here from all over the Europe. The majority of them are regular guests who prefer to come here instead of a safari.
  • WATER TOURISM

    The Solina Lake is the biggest artificial body of water in Poland and one of the biggest tourist attractions of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship. The overall length of the shore exceeds 160km and has plenty of bays and gulfs and picturesque fiords.
  • Horse-riding tourism

    Hilly or mountainous terrains account for the best conditions for horse riding therefore, the Bieszczady and the Beskid Niski are the perfect places to practisethis kind of sport and leisure.
  • HIKING

    Therefore, the Podkarpacki Voivodeship offers unique atmosphere and a variety of cultural heritage.
  • Bicycle Tourism

     The international route “the Green Bicycle” (“Zielony Rower”), full of marked routes leading through the most beautiful corners of the Bieszczady Mountains, is almost 1000 kilometers long. The exquisite bicycle routes have been marked in the areas of The Przemyskie Foothills, Dynowskie Foothills and in Beskid Niski.
  • IMPORTANT FESTIVALS

    Jarosław Festival of ,,Old-time Music” Enthusiasts of old-time music are welcome to visit Jarosław. Every year in August the historic interiors of churches including orthodox churches resound with the music from previous centuries.
  • Skiing

    Arłamów, tel. 013 461 65 00, www.arlamow.com.plBystre k. Baligrodu, tel. 013 468-40-33, www.orwzelmer.comCisna, tel. 013 468-63-65, 0503 137-279, www.cisna.
  • ACTIVE TOURISM

    In the region function five flying clubs, offering tourist flights by plane, glider or powered hang glider. The centrem in Rzeszów, Bieszczady, Mielec and Stalowa Wola run parachute, glider, plane, powered hang glider and model-making training courses.


Podkarpacka Regionalna
Organizacja Turystyczna

ul. Grunwaldzka 2 (wejście od ul. Matejki)
35-068 Rzeszów
tel. +48 17 852 00 09


                              
"Project co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and the state budget through the Carpathian Euroregion in the CBC Programme Poland - Slovak Republic 2007 - 2013"