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Zakopane is called "the winter capital of Poland". The most popular attractions in Zakopane and its vicinity are Morskie Oko, very often visited by tourists, as well as Gubałówka and Wielka Krokiew. Another place that is popular with visitors to Zakopane is Krupówki. It is a street with shops and stalls where you can buy souvenirs and gifts. After long trips, you can relax in the water park or go to the thermal baths and thermal pools.
Solina is a town known mainly for the Solińskie Lake, around which tourism is focused. On Lake Solina you can practice water sports: sailing, canoeing and windsurfing. An interesting attraction is a boat trip on the lake. During the cruise, you can admire the beauty of the landscape and the Solina Reservoir. Around the lake, there are catering facilities, trade stands where you can buy souvenirs as well as accommodation and accommodation facilities.
Łańcut is a town in Podkarpacie, where there is a beautiful Lubomirski and Potocki Castle, where the Museum - Castle in Łańcut is currently operating. In the coach house you can see a collection of horse-drawn vehicles - carriages, carriages, sleighs. In the castle park, it is worth visiting the orchid house. In the castle stables there is the Museum of Icons, which houses monuments of Ukrainian sacred art. In addition to the castle, you can visit the only one in Poland Museum of Distilling and the historic wooden parish church of St. Stanislaus the Bishop, in which there is a miraculous painting of Our Lady of the Scapular and a Baroque baptismal font.
Krakow is the City of Polish Kings - the former capital of Poland, full of monuments. It is worth starting your sightseeing of the city from Wawel. The beautiful, historic castle is located on a hill from which you can admire the panorama of the Vistula and part of Krakow. Krakow's Main Market Square, St. Mary's Church, the Cloth Hall, the Adam Mickiewicz Monument are just some of the places to see. When visiting Krakow, you cannot miss the legendary Kazimierz. The Salt Mine in Wieliczka is an amazing place to visit.
In Bóbrka, in the Podkarpackie Province, there is the Museum of Oil and Gas Industry named after Ignacy Łukasiewicz in the world's oldest, still operating crude oil mine. The museum covers an area of 20 hectares. In the mine-museum, in the center there is a stone obelisk to commemorate the foundation of the mine. Two original oil wells from the 19th century, named "Franek" and "Janina", have also been preserved. In the mine-museum, you will find devices related to the oil, refining and gas industries from the 20th century, and in the buildings you can go back to the times of the mine's creation, thanks to multimedia exhibitions.
In Trzcinica near Jasło, there is the Archaeological Open-Air Museum of the Carpathian Troja. Over 160,000 people were discovered in the place where the open-air museum was built. monuments, incl. utensils, ceramics, flint and stone, bone and horn, bronze and iron. Carpathian Troja is a combination of the traditional form of an open-air museum with a modern museum facility. The reconstruction of an Ottoman village from the beginning of the Bronze Age and the Slavic village of the early Middle Ages has been located in the open-air museum. There is also a modern exhibition building with an outdated exhibition room, a functional conference room, a multimedia educational room for children, "Little Explorer's Room" intended for preschoolers and catering facilities, where dishes are prepared according to the culinary art of the Slavs.