Tarnów

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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The Budget Travel Editors dug some interesting info out of the data provided by booking.com when they announced their annual Guest Review Awards... and Poland ranks third among 10 most welcoming countries on Earth.

Another long weekend comes around - one more opportunity to visit Tarnów. If you happen to be in the neighborhood, we encourage you to visit our tourist information office. We will be at your service from May 1 to May 5, from 9 am to 5 pm.

Come to discover the warmest Polish city.

We adjust our office hours due to Easter!

In addition to Tarnów’s Old Town, the nearby suburb of Mościce may also hold some intrigue for visitors. Four kilometres west from Tarnów’s market square on the other side of the Biała River, Mościce was built in the 1920s as a residential area for employees of the Nitrogen Works (presently called ‘Azoty Tarnów’) – still one of the largest nitrate factories in Europe.

Felicja Curyłowa’s Farmstead Museum in Zalipie opens to the public after over year-long renovation (Friday, February 1).