The towns of the San River Valley
A trip across the Valley of the San and Vistula rivers is a great opportunity to combine contemplation of nature and getting to know places of cultural heritage. The latter include the towns full of interesting monuments and nooks hiding interesting stories.
In Jarosław, make sure to stay a bit longer in the old town to admire the unique town hall and the Orsetti tenement house - a gem among late Renaissance tenement houses in Poland. Don't miss the Corpus Christi collegiate church, with its history dating back to the 16th century.
Equally stunning attractions can be seen when visiting Przeworsk. Take a look at the old town, including the market square with the town hall, the Basilica of the Holy Spirit with the Monastery of the Holy Sepulcher, and the Fire Service Museum, which is located in the palace and park complex.
However, this is not the end of this urban trip. We also recommend Leżajsk, where history is intertwined with the Jewish religion. When you’re in town, make sure to see the Jewish cemetery with the grave of Tzadik Elimelech - one of the most prominent representatives of Hasidism, which is a pilgrimage destination for thousands of pious Jews. Pay attention to the town hall and tenement houses in the market square and the monastery complex of the Bernardines.