Sucha Beskidzka Travel Guide

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Sucha Beskidzka Things to Do

  • Minature of the castle

    A minature of Sucha's castle called Little Wawel is located in front of the Twon Hall in Mickiewicza Street. It used to stand near the main railways station but it was not a good lacation for the minature and it was really in a bad condition. The minature was renovated by students and their teachers of Walery Goetle's School Complex in Sucha...

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  • Fountain in Sucha

    2005 was the year in which Sucha Beskidzka celebrated 600 years of its history. All year there were events held... A fountain was built to commemorate the celebtarions... This is the only fountain in Sucha. There is a information sigh about the event and on the top there is a crest od the town Sucha Beskidzka - a horse. It looks really nice and...

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  • New Church

    The new church, whose corpus is the dominant element of the complex, was constructed in the years 1897 - 1908 and was joined to the historic complex by a single-storey passage in which space was set aside for the sacristy. The Branickis took upon themselves the financial burden of building the new church as well as maintaining both buildings. The...

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  • Old church

    The old church is a small, single-aisle structure, whose corpus reflects Gothic, tradition, with Renaissance and Baroque details. A small sacristy is found near the presbitery, and in about the middle of the XVIIth century a small chapel was added. The semi-circular addition which houses the stairs leading to the choir loft, and the octagonal, tin...

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  • Chapels arounf the church - complex

    Three chapels remain today from the original foundation, of which the most noteworthy is the one modernized in 1818. It was then that the late-Renaissance chapel was rebuilt with a wooden upper part and began to serve as a belfry. In the lower, stone part the crypt of the Wielopolskis and Branickis was established (in photos).

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  • Rectory

    The cloister, presently the rectory, is a rectangular, two-storey, stone building with a cellar, covered with a high hip roof. The main entrance to the building (earlier the cloister gate) leads to a centrally located entrance hall, from which a staircase leads to the first floor. Here a few rooms still have their beam-ceilings. The simple stone...

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  • Church Complex

    There are two churches (the old and new one) and four chapels in the complex. The old monastery is now a presbytery. The old church was built thanks to the former owner of Sucha - Piotr Komorowski in 1613 - 1614. The consecration was made in 1624 by bishop Tomasz Oborski.The roof of the church is in gotic and the interior in renaissance style. The...

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  • The oldest tree in the town

    The oldest and most famous tree in Sucha Beskidzka is more than 300 years old. It was planted by Jan III Sobieski, King of Poland. Opposite the tree is the town hall.

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  • Castle - Palace

    The palace was built of building stone found locally and brick. Its three wings surround a rectangular courtyard. The two-storey southern wing is closed off from the east by two towers with key loopholes along the line of the attic. The western wing, also two-storeyed, is closed off on the park side by a tower added to the original corpus in 1708....

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Sucha Beskidzka Restaurants

  • Oriental Restaurant

    Sucha had no restaurant serving oriental (asian) cuisine for many years. Oriental restaurants became popular first in cities and few years passed when started to appear in smaller towns.Oriental restaurant in Sucha Beskidzka was opened few years ago and became popular quite quickly. It has a good reputation and the restaurant proofed that there was...

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  • Pizza in Sucha

    Probably the best pizza in Sucha is served here. You can observe how pizza is being made behind the glass. Besides, you can eat here very tasty salads - both, vegetable and fruit. Beer or juice to drink.It is also a nice place to observe Sucha's main market square as you may sit near the window and have a look at peoples walking or so.:)

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  • The best fish

    There is a fish bar in Koscielna Street called "bar rybny" where the best fish in the town is sold. Take it with tasty salad and enjoy.:) You may eat fish with french fries or just with a roll... This is the place where you may buy not only fried fish but also frozen, in cans etc....

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Sucha Beskidzka Nightlife

  • The only disco in the town

    It was opened in 2000. Hosted the biggest stars of discos like: Brooklyn Bounce, Scooter, Flashrider, Base Attack, Dj Diva, C-bool and more.

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  • Walking in winter

    Sucha Beskidzka is really nice decorated during Christmas time. It is great to have a walk along the main street in the town - Mickiewicza. This is the most decorated street and leads to the main market square. Beside public decorations (founded by the town hall) there are pleny ot shops along the street and they are good addings to the...

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Sucha Beskidzka Transportation

  • Easy to get to

    Sucha Beskidzka is one of the most important communication centers in the region. It is situated about 60 km south of Krakow, 360 km from Warsaw.The best way to get to Sucha is from Krakow. There are many trains going to Sucha Beskidzka. Some of them runs only to Sucha (these are the slowest and the cheapest) and some goes to Zakopane but have a...

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  • By bus

    You can also take a bus, both a big one or a minibus. There are several buses going from Krakow. Private minibuses departures from Warszawska Street. They usually go to Zawoja or Stryszawa but have a stop in Sucha. I don't recommend this kind of transport as it is often crowded and there is more and more trafick jams on the streets. The price for a...

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Sucha Beskidzka Shopping

  • Market

    Every Thusday there is a market in Sucha Beskidzka. This is the biggest market in the region and this is why many people from neighbouring villages come to Sucha and shop. Thusday is the day when there are the longest queues in offices and the biggest crowd in public transport, especially in the morning. You may buy everything here - from food,...

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  • Souvenirs

    In front of the inn Rome is a small wooden shop where you may buy some interesing souvenirs from Sucha Beskidzka or other gifts made by local artists, often handmade! This is probably the only place in Sucha where you can buy only this kind of gifts... The shop has a wide variety of postcards from Sucha's region... However, the shop is open only...

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  • Everything in one

    This is the biggest department store in Sucha Beskidzka. It has 1000m2 and sells about 10 thousand different things. It has two floors. This is propably the only shop where you can buy healthy or worldwide food. It has its own parking place. Cash and credit cards accepted.

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Sucha Beskidzka Local Customs

  • Waitress in Rome Inn

    The old wooden inn "Rome" is not only traditionally designed and kept but all waitress are dressed with traditional clothes.:-) This is really nice and pleasure when such ladies are serving tasty, local dishes. You feel atmopshere of this place everywhere and it is easier to imagine how the inn looked like many years ago...

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  • Salt - iodine cave

    A salt - iodine cave in Sucha was opened in 2005 and it becomes more and more popular with local people. This is just simply a huge room with walls mabe by salt. The salt comes from the Dead Sea. There is special microclimate, proper humidity and temperature 22 C degree. The air contains iodine, magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium and bromine -...

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Sucha Beskidzka Off The Beaten Path

  • The cross at the cemetery

    In central part of the cemetery in Sucha Beskidzka there is a Jubilee Cross made with stone. It was built in 1865, foundd by a parson and parishioners. There is a picture of a priest Jerzy Popieluszko, killed in 1984 by officers of SB (Sluzba Bezpieczenstwa). Popieluszko had connections with Solidarity movement of Lech Walesa.

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  • Cemetery

    Cemetery in Sucha Beskidzka was founded in 1838 by Franciszek Pniewko-Ciesielski, priest. It was devided into three parts: for Soviet soldiers, Polish army soldiers and the rest people. The chapel was designed around 1880 by Jozef Raczka, a teacher of one of Sucha's schools. It has an entry from the Estern side. It has a simple altar inside. Under...

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  • A Tomb of Soviet Soldiers

    The tomb commemorates Soviet heros who figthed for freedom and democracy... It is located in a local cemetery, above the church - complex. There is an information sign (in the picture) about the graves of each Red Army soldier... Evidency is shown in a Twon Hall.

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Sucha Beskidzka Sports & Outdoors

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    The swimming pool in Sucha Beskidzka was opened in January 2005. The main pool has 12 for 25m long and 1,2 - 1.8m deep. You can find a jacuzzi, sauna, fitness and more there.

    Equipment: The swimming pool is open every day from 6:30 till 22:00.

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  • Sucha Beskidzka district

    The most important places in Sucha Beskidzka district are:• Former Regular Canons of Lateran order church and priory complex (including three chapels) of the beginning of the 17th century in Sucha Beskidzka• Renaissance castle of the 16th century in Sucha Beskidzka, known as "Little Wawel"• "Rzym" (Rome) wooden inn of the 2nd half of the 18th...

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  • Banks and cahs points

    There are four banks and five ATMs in Sucha Beskidzka. Here are addresses:1. Bank PKO S.A., Mickiewicza 41 Street (near the railway station)2. Bank BPH, Mickiewicza 48 Street (close to the main bus station) - building of the quarter of the bank3. Bank BPH, Mickiewicza street - near the main market square - ATM4. BGZ S.A., Mickiewicza 109 (opposite...

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  • Culture in Sucha

    The town cultivates its historical traditions. In the palace courtyard, which hosts both formal meetings and artistic performances, outdoor events are organized. At the beginning of each year The New Year's concerts are held which draw Polish opera stars. In May Dni Ziemi Suskiej, designed to celebrate the town's history, culture and tradition,...

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