Tarnów's charming Galician atmosphere attracts tourists from all over the world who return again and again in order to re-experience this center of Polish culture. A unique mixture of Gothic and Renaissance buildings and battlements, in addition to a Medieval street layout give the Old Town its own distinct flavor. Complimenting the scenic aesthetics is the jovial spirit of its inhabitants, unique to the southern cities of Poland...


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Football fans, have you heard of Bruk-Bet? No? OK, maybe you’ve heard of Termalica? Still no? OK how about the village of Nieciecza? No? Welcome to the world of “Termalica”, (full name Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza Klub Sportowy) who play their matches in the smallest-ever village to boast a top flight football club in Europe.

Tarnów is a Polish city in the Małopolska Province that is too often overshadowed by the province’s capital, the world-famous Kraków. Understandably, this is why many tourists neglect pretty Tarnów, some even unaware of its very existence. Tarnów sits under the radar yet deserves to be seen. For the intrepid tourist, this list contains some interesting things to check out, a true reward for your decision to venture here.

The small village of Zalipie, Poland leaves a big, bright, and beautiful impression on travelers. Everywhere you look you will see hand-painted floral designs on homes, barns, bridges, wells, and chicken coops.

There’s a quaint village in Poland where you’ll find yourself surrounded by intricate flower paintings.