The castle is now the seat of the Court of Law. Earlier from 1821 until 1981 it was a prison. Today's building dates back to 1903-1905. The first castle dates back to the 16th century and was ordered to be built by Mikolaj Spytek Ligeza. It had to be rebuilt and enlarged several times and in the 17th/18th century it was home to the Lubomirski...more
ul. Kosciuszki 9, Rzeszow, Southern Poland, 35-030, Poland
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
Rynek 13,14, Rzeszow, 35-064, Poland
Good for: Couples
Paderewskiego 124A, Rzeszow, 35-328, Poland
Good for: Couples
This is a small restaurant nestled in one of the side streets in Rzeszow. The food served is great if you want to experience local cusine, you can eat dishes such as Pierogi Ruskie (like Ravioli) or Bigos (Hunters Stew). The food is warm and filling and the service is friendly.If you prefer you can just stop by and get yourself a drink from the...more
'Dexter' restaurant is the place I would recommend, provided that you like pizza. There are only 4 tables there, so it is not easy get a table there, especially in the summer. As far as I remember they have always had reasonable pricing and kind service. There are only four tables there so it is never too loud and they have fire place. So if you...more
When I first went into this pub for the very first time, I found it to be a warm and inviting place just like any real Irish pub. Even though this pub is an Irish theme pub, the place has an individual quality all of its own. There are very few native English speakers in Rzeszow, but if you're looking for some, this will be the place to find them....more
Becuse nightclubs and bars are usually full at weekend evenings so crawling from one place to another becomes a kind of nightlife itself. When I am going out with my friends we usually all meet at The City Hall at 8 and we decide where to go. You won't find anything unusual in in this town unless you have a little couriosity in the way people live...more
Most famous Rzeszow's disco club is Akademia. There some interesting events organized there like miss competitions or concerts of famous rock stars. Apart from that you can have regular disco - party. They play different music depending on the day. Akademia is the place where you can enjoy your time dancing on the big floor or have a drink in a...more
Seems as if you can make good train connections from all directions thru Rzeszow. The train stations seemed confusing to me because I don't speak the language and I found the schedules on the wall pretty useless for this reason. I would suggest that you know which train you want and be ready to ask for the right ticket. We were lucky to have people...more
The train and bus stations are together on ul. Grottgera -- it's about 500m to the Rynek.There are many daily trains to Przemysl to the east and to Tarnow, Krakow etc to the west. There are 2 or 3 trains a day to Warsaw.If you want to go to Kosice (as I did), then you have to take a train back to Tarnow to pick up the Krakow-Kosice train there.more
Michael was the taxi driver we engaged for a half day out of Rzeszow. It was a short drive to Kolbuszowa, and he was as helpful as could be with his limited English. The hotel clerk said he enjoyed practicing his English, so he is enthusiastic about tourists like us. We all had lunch in a little neighborhood restaurant in Kolbuszowa..he helped us with the menu, and everyone seemed to get a bang out of these crazy Americans. They were so delighted to have us seeking out their little town. Michael was the first to find a gravestone w/ my family's name...he got right into the swing.
You need to be careful when walking around the streets of Rzeszow. It's actually illegal to cross the road at points that are not designated crossing points. You can see the correct points designated by zebra style crossings, although cars don't have to stop when they see you waiting to cross. Always wait until the 'green man' comes on to advise you to cross the road. Crossing before this happens could also land you in trouble with the police.
Although generally roads in Rzeszow in main areas are quite good, the roads and pathways the less busy parts of Rzeszow are not very well maintained. Always take care walking the streets, its very easy to trip on a loose paving slab or broken tarmac. I know from experience.
Solina lake is the place, where I am trying to be at each holiday. It is just 3 hours by coach (PKS) or 1,5h by car. Most of people come and basically enjoy their times at the beaches or in the pubs. But if you know how to run a boat,you can experience sailing from POlanczyk village, to Chrewt or to Solina village. There are some touritships alternatively. There is something for the pub crawlers as well, lot of open - air parties, and some pubs and discos as well. Energetyk's island is a place where I usually put up my tent. Nice climat and 'real' sailing culture.
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