Discover the best top things to do in Tarnow, Poland including Jewish Trail, Tarnow Old Town, Town Hall - Old Art Gallery, Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Tarnow Tourist Information, Tarnow District Museum, Piwnica SPA&Wellness, Challenge Exit Room, Ethnographic Museum, Jewish cemetery.
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4.5 based on 50 reviews
I reviewed this trail last year- definitely recommended.
This year, we continued our exploration and went to the forest area of Zbylitowska Gora, which is now next to a residential area. This is a memorial to thousands of Jewish children and infants who were murdered by the Nazis during World War II.
There is also at the same place a unique monument honoring those who fought in the war against Hitler. In this same place, you'll find several mass graves of Polish partisan fighters who died fighting against the Nazi invaders.
This place is now quiet and serene.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Well renovated and preserved main square of Tarnow, now serves as a landmark of a town. Few museums around to see, apart from it, some places to eat, drink and sleep. Not overwhelmed by nightlife though, few low key places to chill out after sunset.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
A very pretty old town square - perfect on a dry/sunny day and easy to walk around. Museum was interesting, good for 30mins or so but its the building that makes it
4.5 based on 19 reviews
4.5 based on 10 reviews
If you seek for an advice in Tarnow - where to, how to get there, anything, this is the place. The lady that works there is very nice and will not refuse help on any metter. Shehas my personal thanksfor making my trip even better.
5 based on 6 reviews
We had some time on our hands and given that one of the other museums in the square only had Exhibitions targeted at children, we thought we would visit Muzeum Okregowe instead.
It was less than £2 each and we had the place to ourselves! There are four exhibition areas, two of which focussed on the history of Tarnów, its people, battles and relics found during excavations. Some of the items are hundreds of years old and it's really fascinating.
The second two Exhibitions weren't related to Tarnów so we spent much less time walking around them.
If you're visiting Tarnów and have an hour to spare, Muzeum Okregowe is well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Had one hour massage, masseur was very professional and competent. My back was feeling great! I am a massage connoisseur and had different types of massages over the last 15 years but the masseur at Piwnica Spa used a very innovative techniques that really impressed me! Spa rituals and treatments are quite pricey but worth it! Don't be surprised if you see naked people in sauna and swimming pool - that's the rule apparently and you will be told about it once you book the treatment. It is really dark in that area but if you are a local you might worry that you'll meet your neighbour or a work colleague!
5 based on 10 reviews
Escape Room "Challenge Exit Room" is the only 'real escape game' in Tarnow. The players are locked in a room full of puzzles and have 60 minutes to get out of it. The puzzles are linked with a scenario of room. Escape Room is a great entertainment for everyone who like have fun, laugh a solve puzzles :)
Tarnów, choć jest sporym miastem nie może pochwalić się pokaźną liczbą Escape Roomów. Challenge Exit Room, to firma posiadająca trzy pokoje, które trzymają dobry poziom. Szczególnie warto odwiedzić Babę Jagę, gdyż wystrój, klimat i ciekawe, niebanalne zadania powinny przypaść do gustu każdemu, kto lubi dobrą zabawę. Polecamy.
4 based on 7 reviews
This isn't just any old dusty provincial ethnographic museum with the uniform display of agricultural tools and local dress. It holds the finest exhibition on gypsy culture I've ever seen, with clear information in both Polish and English on the origins of the gypsies/Roma people, their history, culture and way of life. The exhibition clearly has not been updated for some time but the quality of the materials and the way the subject matter is so well communicated (intelligent texts, good selection of maps and photos, not too much information, just enough) and the compelling topic make this exhibition worth taking time to visit. You only need an hour but you come out feeling that you have learnt something of a people and culture that are too little understood.
5 based on 2 reviews
I had the oportunityto go there alone and to be the only person visiting at the time. The place is magnificent and is a must for any vistor of Tarnow. There you can see stones dated back to 17th century. Spending an hour there isreally worth it, especially if you are fond on history.
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