Auschwitz lies in southern Poland between the Carpathian Foothills and the Silesian Upland.
The town has over 800 years of history and is one of the oldest castles in Piastów in Poland.



Aushwitz Museum - A memorial site was established on July 2, 1947 at the site of the former Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau and entered in 1979 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It consists of two integral parts: the former Auschwitz concentration camp (KL-Auschwitz I-Stammlager) and the former Birkenau camp (Auschwitz II-Birkenau concentration camp).

    Aushwitz-Birkenau Museum - A former Nazi death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau has consumed about 1.1 million victims, including 1 million Jews, 70-75 thousand. Poles, 21 thousand. Roma, 15 ths. Soviet POWs and 10-15 thousand. representatives of other nationalities

The Castle of the Dukes of Auschwitz - The castle is located on a hill which in the heathen times was probably the place of worship. The Castle of Auschwitz is now housed in the castle of Piastów, where ethnographic exhibits and historical memorials of various periods of Auschwitz land are displayed.
The idea of building a synagogue was probably born just after the registration of the Chewra Lomdei Misznajot Brotherhood in 1893. Initially, members of the association prayed in the Chassidic synagogue of Chrzanów. In 1912 the fraternity bought back the property located at the Hospital Square from the marriage of Joseph and Gizela Glass. Already in 1913, efforts were made to build a synagogue and the seat of the association.

Life Festival Oświęcim - an entertainment music festival held in 2010 in Auschwitz. This annual event is held at the end of June. The originator and artistic director of the undertaking is radio journalist Darek Maciborek.







John Paul II family home in Wadowice - in the museum we will see objects from the private and priestly life of Pope John Paul II.
The garden of John Paul II in Inwald - a place dedicated to the Great Man. The garden is situated among the hills of the Beskid Maly. It is here that on 3 acres there is an image depicting the figure of John Paul II.



Energyland is a family-run amusement park located in Zator, Lesser. Opened July 14, 2014, the largest amusement park in Poland with an area of about 26 hectares. There are a total of 80 attractions for all age groups, including 10 roller coaster rides, numerous roundabouts and extreme facilities, as well as restaurants, bars, souvenir shops and scenes where short spectacles are shown. . Since 2016, the park includes the Waterpark Water Park


Dinosaur Park - outdoor amusement park, featuring natural-sized models (reconstructions) of dinosaurs, including moving ones.

Historical Park Pszczyński - 156 hectares of land and consists of three different parts. The central part of the castle is the Castle Park. From the east it is adjacent to it much smaller, stretching along the Pszczyna Park Dworcowy, and from the west - the so-called. Wild Promenade or Zwierzyniec, ie large, less developed forest and park areas in the Pszczynka Valley, created after the drainage in 1792 of a large urban pond.


Bisons in Pszczyna - this is the best decorated object of this type in Poland. A small number of presented species is complemented by a magnificent exposition of trophies and stuffed copies. After all, it is a facility adapted for people with disabilities.


Tyskie Browarium - is a touring center at Tyskie Browary Książęce, the largest and one of the oldest breweries in Europe. Here you can see live, how to brew beer, watch a 3D film about the history of the place, visit the historic, operating brewery and of course to taste fresh beer in the atmospheric pub of the Tyskie Browarium.


The Żywiec Brewery Museum was launched on September 9th, 2006 in the basement cellar of the Żywiec brewery on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of its existence.






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