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Tourist offer packages

Tourist offer packages

The border regions have always attracted attention of the researchers, explorers, travellers, historians and sightseers. Situated at the meeting point of various  nations, they have a very rich cultural heritage. At the same time, these are mostly areas with low industrialization, away from large urban agglomerations where the tourist will find excellent natural values. This is also the case for the two cooperating border regions of Poland and Slovakia, i.e. the District of Jarosław and  the area of ​​the city of Svidnik. Here, you will find peace and a touch of natural familiarity, simultaneously discovering the beauty, remnants of the old manors, ruins of the castles, cemeteries from the First and Second World Wars, small sacral buildings as well as chapels and roadside crosses. From the crucible of historical turmoil and centuries-old coexistence of the various ethnic, religious and national groups, there appear cultural values ​​which are worth seeing and incomparable with other regions of Poland and Slovakia. 

We are presenting you with three examples of tourist offer packages including tips for weekend trips that can be made during your stay in the vicinity of Jarosław or Svidnik. The nature of the packages presented here is varied, thanks to which everyone can choose the most convenient one for his or her preferences.

All objects within the trails are included in the Guide published under the project. Other offers can be individually selected and booked on the basis of the online booking systems.


The 1st Package of a 3-day trip – ‘Meet the land of Jarosław and Svidnik on the Merchant’s Culture Trail’

The package presents the offer of a three-day tour presenting the bourgeois traditions of the Polish-Slovak border. The trip will cover the city of Jarosław, Pruchnik, Radymno and Svidnik.

The presented objects are situated on the Merchant’s Culture Trail that connects the monuments of bourgeois architecture and exposes the history of the region. This is all enriched with the unique taste of the regional cuisine.

The planned trip will be organized in such a way as to ensure access to the offer for all persons. The places that are presented have facilities for people with disabilities.

The offer will include:

  1. Full board: breakfast - a Swedish table, dinner - traditional cuisine of the land of Jarosław and Svidnik, afternoon tea – baked goods presenting the flavors of the regional cuisine of the land of Jarosław and Svidnik, supper - a Swedish table, coffee, tea,
  2. Accommodation: the choice of accommodation depends on the number of people participating in the trip and the preferences of visitors,
  3. Price: depends on the number of people participating in the trip and the preferences of visitors,
  4. Itinerary: 

1st day,

Jarosław:

  • EX-JESUIT BUILDING – JAROSŁAW (PLAC KS. P. SKARGI 1) - The house was built at the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries, and subsequently expanded in the 19th century. According to the information found in K. Gottfried’s guide, the building was erected in 1608. 
  • “GDAŃSK” HOUSE – JAROSŁAW (RYNEK 16-17) - The house was built in the late 16th century thanks to the efforts of Zofia and Wilhelm Alanth, and with the financial support of Gdańsk merchants, who with time became the owners of the house. The original building had arcades and a spacious room with a wood-beamed ceiling, but the structure was remodelled on several occasions.
  • RYDZIK TENEMENT HOUSE – JAROSŁAW (RYNEK 14) - The Rydzik tenement house was built in the early 17th century by Wojciech Rydzik. It is the best-preserved example of the so-called “Jarosław tenement house”. The characteristic feature of this type of building is a covered courtyard, illuminated thanks to windows placed above the roof of the superstructure.
  • TOWN HALL – JAROSŁAW (RYNEK 1)
  • GRUSZEWICZ TENEMENT HOUSE – JAROSŁAW (RYNEK 6)
  • ATTAVANTI TENEMENT HOUSE – JAROSŁAW (RYNEK 5)
  • ORSETTI TENEMENT HOUSE – JAROSŁAW (RYNEK 4)
  • GRODZKA STREET – JAROSŁAW - One of the city’s main arteries, Grodzka street is also one of the most representative streets. It connects the Old Town to the downtown area.
  • MARKET HALL – JAROSŁAW (UL. GRODZKA 1)
  • “SOKÓŁ” GYMNASTICS ASSOCIATION BUILDING – JAROSŁAW (PLAC MICKIEWICZA 6)

2nd day, 

Pruchnik:

  • URBAN LAYOUT – PRUCHNIK (MUNICIPALITY OF PRUCHNIK) - Pruchnik is a place in which the original Medieval layout has survived to this day, only partly altered through later construction. The urban complex in Pruchnik is a unique example in Poland of a town combining very typical wooden architecture and a small-town character.
  • PARISH COMPLEX IN PRUCHNIK (MUNICIPALITY OF PRUCHNIK)

Radymno:

  • MARKET SQUARE IN RADYMNO - Until the mid-19th century, the town architecture was almost entirely wooden. In 1849, there were only three homes made of stone in the square. The oldest single-storey homes in the square have a continuation – these are homes.
  • MARKET HALL IN RADYMNO (RYNEK 1) - Constructed around 1938, the building is situated in the middle of the market square. Made of stone, it was designed on the plan of an elongated rectangle, with a taller central section and lower side parts. The square turrets in the southern corners are topped with pointy domes.
  • COMPLEX OF THE FORMER ROPEMAKER ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS – RADYMNO (UL. 3 MAJA 6) - Built in 1853, the masonry buildings of the former Ropemaker Association are situated in 3 Maja street. They are ad administrative building and a factory hall.

3rd day

Svidnik:

  • “KAŠTIELIK” - On the right bank of the Ondava River to the south of Svidník there stands a hill called Kaštielik, which once had a castle or fortified residence. According to archaeological research, the fortified construction could be as old as from the 15th century. In the autumn of 1944, Kaštielik was the site of heavy fighting during the Dukla Offensive. Traces of trenches from World War I can be found here too. Nowadays the hill is covered with open oak and beech woodland.

 


 

The 2nd Package of a 3-day trip – ‘Meet the land of Jarosław and Svidnik on the Trail of Great Historical Events’

Three days of getting to know the history of the latest Polish-Slovak borderland. In the area of the District of Jarosław and Svidnik, you can find traces of battles fought a long time ago, insurgent graves, fortifications, cemeteries and many other historical mementos. The Trail of Great Historical Events connects historical places commemorating the events that are significant for the region, related to important historical figures.

The planned trips will be organized in such a way as to ensure access to the offer for all persons. Places that are presented have facilities for people with disabilities.

The offer will include:

  1. Full board: breakfast - a Swedish table, dinner - traditional cuisine of the land of Jarosław and Svidnik, afternoon tea – baked goods presenting the flavors of the regional cuisine of the land of Jarosław and Svidnik, supper - a Swedish table, coffee, tea,
  2. Accommodation: the choice of accommodation depends on the number of people participating in the trip and the preferences of visitors,
  3. Price: depends on the number of people participating in the trip and the preferences of visitors,
  4. Itinerary: 

1st day, 

Cemeteries, monuments, places of remembrance in which both soldiers and civilian victims of military operations were buried. It is worth seeing, among others:

  • Monument in Kidałowice (municipality of Pawłosiów)
  • Municipal cemetery in Jarosław (ul. Krakowska)
  • Roman catholic cemetery with a section for soviet prisoners from the occupation period and a world war I soldiers’ section – Pełkinie (municipality of Jarosław)
  • Monument in wólka Pełkińska (municipality of Jarosław)
  • World War I cemetery – Manasterz (municipality of Wiązownica)
  • World War I cemetery no. 28 in Radawa (municipality of Wiązownica)
  • World War I cemetery in Zapałów (municipality of Wiązownica)
  • Site of the former world war II crematorium in Koniaczów (municipality of Jarosław
  • Parish cemetery with a section for soldiers fallen in world war I – Makowisko (municipality of Jarosław)
  • World war I cemetery in Korzenica (municipality of Laszki)
  • World war I cemetery in Tuchla (municipality of Laszki)

2nd day, 

Fortifications - preserved in the district of Jarosław. Thanks to these remnants of the shelters, you can get acquainted with the war activities within the district of Jarosław. Facilities to pay special attention to include:

  • World war II bunker in Wierzbna (municipality of Pawłosiów)
  • Molotov line bunker in Manasterz (municipality of Wiązownica
  • Molotov line bunker in Nielepkowice (municipality of Wiązownica)
  • Molotov line bunker No. 1 in Piaski (municipality of Radymno)
  • Molotov line bunker No. 1 in Piaski (municipality of Radymno)

3rd day

Svidnik: 

  • MEMORIAL OF THE SOVIET ARMY IN SVIDNÍK
  • DUKLA MUSEUM - Established on 2 June 1965, the Museum in Svidník now bears the name of the Military Historical Institute. On 4 October 1969, which was the 25 anniversary of the Battle of the Dukla Pass, the first exhibition was opened. The main exhibition documents military history in the region of Eastern Slovakia from 1914 until 1945. It highlights the military and strategic importance of the Dukla Pass during both world wars. The first part of the exhibition documents the history of World War I in the border areas in Eastern Slovakia. Particular attention was given to the offensive strategy at the Dukla Pass in 1914.
  • OPEN-AIR MILITARY MUSEUM IN SVIDNÍK - The Open-air Military Museum was arranged around the main building of the Museum in Svidník, and along the Road of Heroes that goes in the direction of Dukla. It features 55 exhibits of heavy combat equipment used in the Second World War.

 


 

The 3rd Package of a 3-day trip – ‘Discover the land of Jarosław and Svidnik on the Gentry Trail’

An offer of the trip aimed at familiarizing participants with the manorial  traditions of the Polish-Slovak borderland. The gentry was a group of owners or lessees of land estates with an area of ​​over 50 or 100 ha. Most of them came from the nobility and were descendants of the old knights who received their land from the rulers for their service in the Middle Ages. With time, agriculture became their main source of income. The Gentry Trail connects landowners' mansions and palaces situates within the district of Jarosław.

The planned trips will be organized in such a way as to ensure access to the offer for all persons. Places that are presented have facilities for people with disabilities.

The offer will include:

  1. Full board: breakfast - a Swedish table, dinner - traditional cuisine of the land of Jarosław and Svidnik, afternoon tea – baked goods presenting the flavors of the regional cuisine of the land of Jarosław and Svidnik, supper - a Swedish table, coffee, tea,
  2. Accommodation: the choice of accommodation depends on the number of people participating in the trip and the preferences of visitors,
  3. Price: depends on the number of people participating in the trip and the preferences of visitors,
  4. Itinerary:

1st day, 

  • Complex of the former brewery in Moszczany (municipality of Radymno)
  • Palace complex in Wysocko (municipality of Laszki)
  • Remnants of the palace-and-park complex in Surochów (municipality of Jarosław)
  • The Wapiński manor house in Jarosław (ul. Tarnowskiego 18)

2nd day, 

  • Manor complex in Pawłosiów (municipality of Pawłosiów)
  • Palace-and-park complex in Pekinie (municipality of Jarosław)
  • Palace-and-park complex in Ożańsk (municipality of Pawłosiów)

3rd day

  • Manor complex in Roźwienica (municipality of Roźwienica)
  • Manor complex in Rudołowice (municipality of Roźwienica)
  • Manor complex in Tyniowice (municipality of Roźwienica)
  • Dezider milly gallery (Svidník)