To explore the heartland of Poland means a visit to Rzeszow is necessary. This historic city, founded in the 14th century, offers a unique opportunity to see the past, present, and future of this city and country in a single visit.
Numerous theaters can be found in the city, each providing a beautiful atmosphere that must be experienced. The best is the Wanda Siemaszkowa Theater, established in 1944, and its impressive building.
If you prefer music over theater, then consider the Artur Malawski Philharmonic Hall.
Art galleries are abundant throughout the Rzeszow as well. Consider stopping by Szajna, Pod Ratuszem, and the Ope Photo Gallery.
For those who love a good shopping experience, the CH Galeria gives you a fantastic opportunity to find a souvenir or something you’ve always wanted.
If history and culture is what you love, then Rzeszow Castle is going to be one of the top items on your itinerary. This early 20th century landmark is located on the grounds of a former castle that was occupied by the House of Lubomirski. It currently houses the seat for the provincial court and held a prison until the 1980s.
Lancut Castle is another beautiful complex that deserves to be explored, with only four different families assuming ownership of the Baroque grounds since the 14th century.
The underground tunnels of Podziemia are another primary sight that is worth seeing.
Rzeszow is the largest city in its region and it opens its arms in welcome to one and all. Come here to enjoy a day and you may just be tempted to extend your stay.