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  • Rzeszów

    Rzeszów stands at the crossroads of many important road, rail and air transport routes. The urban structure of the city centre distinctly reflects the history of Rzeszów.
  • Przemysl

    The monument, reconstructed several times, still overlooks the San Valley and the entire city.
  • Krosno

    Famous once for trading in Hungarian wines, then the cradle of the paraffin oil industry, Krosno today takes pride in producing ornate and usable glass. The city centre consists of a  picturesque Market Square surrounded by historic burgher houses.
  • Jaroslaw

    In the old part of the town, the  medieval urban structure has been preserved, with a wide market square surrounded by burgher houses and the City Hall in the middle.
  • Przeworsk

    Other attractions worth seeing are the Bernardine monastery complex from the 15th century and the palace and park complex of the Lubomirski family from 1799 to 1807.
  • Lezajsk

    The church, founded in 1610 by Łukasz Opaliński, Starost of the Leżajsk District, is nowadays the greatest Virgin Mary sanctuary in the region. The miraculous painting is  not the only destination for mass pilgrimages to Leżajsk though.
  • Sanok

    The city possesses substantial historic assets. It preserved its medieval urban arrangement including the Renaissance Royal Castle from the beginning of the 16th century.
  • Stalowa Wola

    Today Stalowa Wola is the second city in the province as far as the number of inhabitants is concerned.
  • Tarnobrzeg

    From the 19th century, world-famous collections of Titan’s, Van Dyck’s and Rembrandt’s paintings were stored here, as well as a wide range of European luminaries’manus, such as the manu of ‘Pan Tadeusz’. After the fire of 1927, the castle was rebuilt according to early Baroque style.
  • Lesko

    The castle was owned by the wealthy chivalry house of Kmita.
  • Lancut

    At the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries the castle was converted into a magnate’s mansion and functioned as a palace. The interior was decorated with stuccowork, paintings and sculptures. The park was extended and an orangery was built here.
  • Krasiczyn

    Built in the shape of an irregular quadrangle, the castle possesses four cylindrycal turrets in the corners. The bastian type castle, built of stone, was erected around 1580 by Stanisław Krasicki in the place of the former stronghold, made of wood and earth.
  • Baranow Sandomierski

    Built at the end of the 16th century, the castle was constructed in the shape of a rectangle with four round turrets in the corners and a round tower in the centre of the front elevation, which contains the main entrance gate. The inner court is surrounded by three residential extensions, and the fourth side comprises the screen wall surmounted with a late-Renaissance attic.
  • Narol

    It is one of the loveliest late-Baroque mansions in Poland. The Palace was  built in a horse-shoe arrangement with an Italian garden, pavilions and arcades. It was destroyed during the Second World War.
  • Sieniawa

    The mansion is surrounded by a wide-spread forest. In the 18th and 19th centuries it was one of the most significant cultural centres in Poland.


Podkarpacka Regionalna
Organizacja Turystyczna

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


                              
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