Points of interest
Tarnów Old Town
The historical centre of the city is one of the most well-preserved and picturesque in Poland. The medieval urban plan is characterised by narrow lanes leading up to the large open plaza of the market square with its iconic Town Hall. .Remodelled in Renaissance style at the end of the 16th century, this city is also known as the “Pearl of the Renaissance” thanks to the beautiful Town Hall and the glorious Renaissance merchant houses surrounding the market square. Today these buildings host various cultural venues, museums, restaurants and charming cafes.
In this typical village surrounded by Tatra mountains there are several historic wooden guesthouses from the Interbellum Period built in the Zakopane Style architecture including the Cultural Centre which is ranked among the biggest wooden buildings in Poland. The village also hosts an annual Polish folklore festival Sabałowe Bajania.