The underground route of the Rzeszów Market Square is considered to be one of the most unique attractions of its kind in all of Poland. The entrance is located in the heart of the square, and the route goes through numerous cellars and undergrounds under the old town square. Some places lead visitors to a depth of 10 m below the surface. Many rooms with various exhibits are open to the public. During the tour, tourists have the opportunity to learn about the history of Rzeszów, which presents the life of its former residents in various ways.
Access: 14 km, 20 min drive from the Tourism and Recreation Centre.

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The Glass Heritage Centre – Krosno is a facility presenting the topics related to metallurgy and glass-making. Visitors can admire glass art exhibitions and learn the secrets of manufacturing and decorative techniques. The biggest attraction is the interactive show of glass production and decoration.
Access: 49 km, 60 minutes by car
The castle in ?a?cut is considered to be one of the most beautiful aristocratic residences in Poland. It is famous for its rich and stylish residential interiors and an unusual and interesting collection of horse-drawn vehicles. The palace complex is surrounded on all sides by an old, picturesque and beautiful English-style park.
Access: 25 km, 30 min drive

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Kamieniec is a defensive stronghold from the 14th century, situated on a rocky hill on the edge of the Czarnorzecko-Strzy?owski Landscape Park. It is an excellent example of harmony between the buildings and the landscape. The castle ruins house the Castle Museum, the torture chamber and the Castle Ceramics Studio. Right next to it, there is a picturesque reserve of inanimate nature, which includes a group of rock monadnocks more than 20 m high, made of coarse-grained Ci??kowice sandstone, which has taken on original shapes under the influence of erosion. It is worth seeing them when you are in the area!
Access: 47 km, 50 min by car
This place commemorates Poles who risked their lives to save Jews doomed to extermination. The core of the Museum is the tragic fate of the Ulma family from Markowa, murdered together with the Jews they were hiding on 24 March 1944. It contains memorabilia of the Ulmas, such as furniture, books, school certificates and numerous photographs taken by Józef Ulma. The Museum has become a meeting place for people involved in Polish-Jewish dialogue and in promoting the memory of Poles who saved Jews.
Access: 28 km, 33 min drive

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Solina Lake, called the “Bieszczady sea”, is the biggest concrete dam in Poland. The reservoir, 82 m high, 664 m long and 60 m deep, covers as much as 2200 ha. It is worth taking time to visit the dam and the adjacent power plant. The dam and the lagoon are one of the main tourist attractions of the region.
Access: 121 km, 2 hours 13 minutes by car
The Przemy?l Fortress is a complex of defensive facilities and one of 200 large permanent fortifications existing in Europe since 1914. Their construction began during the Crimean War. The main purpose of the fortifications was to defend the Przemysl Gate at the junction of the Sandomierz Basin and the Carpathian Mountains, through which the trade route from Poland and Ruthenia to Hungary had led for centuries.
Access: 111 km, 1 hour 29 minutes by car

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The third largest national park in Poland and the only one situated in Podkarpacie. It was created in 1973, covering only 59,55 km2, but over the years it has quadrupled its area. About 80% of the Bieszczady National Park is covered by wild forests, still preserving their natural character. Its highest peak is Tarnica (1346 m). It is one of the most visited corners of our region – not only by tourists from Poland, but also from abroad.
Access: 139 km, 2 hours 20 minutes by car
The Ethnographic Park and at the same time the open-air museum of folk architecture is located in the area of three neighbouring villages: Brzezówka, Kolbuszowa and Kolbuszowa Górna. On the area of almost 30 hectares more than 80 smaller and larger objects of wooden architecture, numerous equipment, tools and other items depicting everyday life of the Lasowiak and Rzeszowiak villages from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries have been collected. In 2015, the area of the open-air museum was used for the shooting of the film “Wo?y?”, directed by Wojciech Smarzowski.
Access: 51 km, 55 minutes by car

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