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Tourist Attractions

The Paszkowka Palace serves as an ideal starting point for visiting this region’s most popular historical tourist attractions. We invite guests to enjoy the palace, it’s beautiful surroundings; as well as, Kraków and other locations such as the local Tatra mountains & the highlander culture.


Kraków is the old royal capital of Poland and the jewel of this region. This historical city features medieval architecture and an incomparable atmosphere. Worth visiting is the royal square, the jewish quarter “Kazimierz” and of course the royal castle “Wawel”

Unique Underground Futuristic Museum of the Past

A very unique museum underneath Rynek Glowny (Main Market Square) has opened in Krakow. The museum is built on the site of an archaeological excavation that unveiled secrets of Krakow's evolution since its founding in the early Middle Ages – it’s a futuristic show of history as far back as the 12th century, a must see! 

Wieliczka – Great Salt Mine

This large salt mine is a must see attraction as it is full of legend and one of the largest in Europe. Visitors are able to take a scheduled tour through the elaborate underground pathways and visit large halls which feature beautiful chandeliers and 14 foot tall statues which are all made of rock salt.

Wadowice / Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

A must see on the pilgrimage trail. Wadowice is the birth place of John Paul II. While there for many Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is a place for reverie and reflection as it features the Passion-Marian Sanctuary. 

Oświęcim - Auschwitz Museum

For those visiting the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum it is an experience they will never forget. It’s a place of deep sadness and a significant place in Poland’s history.

17th-century church in Marcyporęba

Built in the 17th century, the church is located on the Małopolska Trail of Wooden Architecture. In the main altar, there is a picture of the Holy Mother being lifted by Angels. The biggest relic is a Gothic crucifix from the 15th century. Situated only 6 km away from the Palace, it is certainly one of the most favourite places to visit for our guests.

16th-century church in Sosnowice

This small church was built in the 16th century. It is situated on the Małopolska Trail of Wooden Architecture. The church attracts the attention of visitors with its small size and the splendour of its interiors.

Tatra Mountains and the Town of Zakopane

The Polish mountains, specifically Beskidy & Tatra mountains are Poland’s most popular mountains. These areas features beautiful mountain trails that are well kept and have many mountain lodges for tourists and backpackers. This area also features the highlander town of Zakopane.

Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska

The Ojcow National Park features several kilometers of hiking trails. Attractions in this area include caves and Kazimierz The Great’s castle ruins.

Attractions for the Young

The Dinosaur Park in the Zator area.
The famous Miniatures Park, the mini ZOO and Dinoland the Kids Amusement Park in Inwałd.
The largest indoor aquapark in Poland - Water Park in Kraków.

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