Audio tours

JAWORZE - ŚLADAMI HRABIEGO MAURYCEGO


Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Jaworzu!
...nie zapomnę tej cichej przystani wśród gór, w krainie roześmianej jarzącymi południami... – zapewniał Melchior Wańkowicz, wybitny polski pisarz. I Państwo mile będą wspominać spacer po parku Zdrojowym w Jaworzu, w którym znajdują się pamiątki po dawnym, cenionym uzdrowisku.
Zatem, spotkajmy się w Jaworzu!

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You can rent an audio guide in the following PIT:
Punkt Informacji Turystycznej w Jaworzu, Ośrodek Promocji Gminy Jaworze (Amfiteatr)

Punkt Informacji Turystycznej w Jaworzu i Ośrodek Promocji Gminy Jaworze mieszczą się
na ulicy Wapiennickiej. W punkcie można otrzymać materiały informacyjne na temat atrakcji turystycznych gminy, a także bazy noclegowej i gastronomicznej.
Udostępniamy również wydawnictwa i publikacje w formie folderów, przewodników, ulotek i planów gminy.

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Address
Wapiennicka
43-384 Jaworze
Facility availability
whole year
Opening hours
  • poniedziałek - piątek: 7.00 - 15.00
  • sobota - niedziela: NIECZYNNE
Contact data
Phone: 33 488 31 16
WWW: www.opgj.pl
Email: jaworze@silesia.travel
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The Hotel „Under the Eagle”, located in the historic centre of Biała Krakowska, is a four-storey building erected at the beginning of the 20th century. Its architecture is a combination of Secession, Baroque and Classicism. Nowadays, since the 1990s it has been an office building and a shopping centre. Undoubtedly, the most magnificent part of the hotel is the splendid Redoute Hall – one of the most elegant of this kind in Poland.
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Today's Liberty Square (Plac Wolności) in Bielsko-Biala is one of the two town markets of Biała Krakowska. It has an approximately rectangular shape measuring 75 by 40 m. The square was laid out in the late eighteenth century. 11 Listopada Street runs along its southern frontage. It is the main promenade and shopping street in Bielsko-Biala. The paved square is partly a pedestrian zone, and partly a pay car park and a taxi rank.
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One of the graveyards located within today’s Bielsko-Biala is an old Roman Catholic cemetery, which dates back to the time of the Confederation of Bar. Initially, participants of the Confederation were buried here. (The town was an important centre of the Confederation), and later, during the occupation of the town by the Austrians, the cemetery became a necropolis of Biała. The cemetery was officially established, when the churchyard was closed.
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In the eighteenth century, Biała lay on the south-western edge of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. As a recently established town, it attracted entrepreneurial evangelicals who in neighbouring Cieszyn Silesia did not possess the freedom of professing their faith as well as of erecting their own churches. After the partition act of 1772 and the 1781 Patent of Toleration evangelicals were allowed to build a church, and they quickly seized that opportunity. In 1792-1798, an elegant Classicist building was erected, which is still the pride of Bielsko-Biala.
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The House "Under the Frogs" is one of the textbook examples of Polish Secession. The building located on the corner of the Wojska Polskiego Square, (the former White Market), in front of the Martin Luther Lutheran Church, has a fairytale architecture. It is known primarily for the portal, which is part of the sculptural composition of the two feasting frogs, one of which, leaning against the barrel, holds a glass, and smokes a pipe, while the other plays the mandolin.
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The international route linking Bielsko-Biała (on the Polish side) with the Slovakian city of Martin is an excellent offer for fans of long-distance bike rides. Red markings lead from the city on the Biała river through the Soła valley and further to the border pass of Glinka, and finally through Orava and Liptov villages to Martin. The route is about 60 kilometers long in Poland, and about 100 kilometers in Slovakia. Good form and three free days at best are required.
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Today's Polish Army Square (Plac Wojska Polskiego) in Bielsko-Biala is one of the two market squares of old Biała Krakowska. It was laid out at the time of granting the city rights to the town in 1723. It has an approximately rectangular shape measuring 100 by 80 m. There are interesting buildings around the square, whose present form comes mainly from the nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries. In the south the square adjoins 11 Listopada Street, which is a pedestrian zone and the main promenade of the city.
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