Energylandia (2,6 km)

ENERGYLANDIA is the largest theme park in Poland, offering several dozen attractions over 26 hectares. It is targeted to all age groups: children, young people and adults.

Zatorland (2,1 km)

This is a facility featuring four theme parks: The Dinosaur Park, the Insect Park, the Mythology Park and the Amusement Park.

Inwałd Park (17,9 km)

This is a place with three theme zones: The “DREAM WORLD” Miniature Park, the Inwałd Stronghold and the Family Lunapark.

AgroKucyk - Mini Zoo (16,3 km)

The zoo includes both small animals such as porcupines or racoons, large animals such as alpacas, Felin ponies or Bennett’s wallabies as well as many types of birds.

Bison Centre in Pszczyna (42,0 km)

The Bison Centre in Pszczyna is a bison farm made available for guests to see. It is located in Pszczyna in the area of the monumental Pszczyna Park, in the part known as the Zwierzyniec Park

The monumental mining estate of Nikiszowiec (54,5 km)

The mining estate located in the southern part of Katowice, on the Industrial Monuments Route. Since 14 January 2011 it has been regarded as a Historic Monument.

The Zator Palace (2,8 km)

A gothic-style building from the 15th century serving as a palace for dukes of Zator. In the mid-19th century it was rebuilt into a classical palace and has lived as such ever since.

Family House of John Paul II (15,9 km)

This is where Karol Wojtyła was born (1920) and grew up, living there until he passed his maturity exam.

John Paul II Garden (18,4 km)

The tower located in the facility allows you to see the largest blooming picture of the Polish pope. Nearly 20 thousand properly selected plants were needed to make it.

Żar mountain (36,3 km)

Żar (761 m) – a mountain in the mountain range o Little Beskids. It has a ski lift open in winter and a narrow-gauge railway, which allows you getting to the top in less than 6 minutes.

Żywieckie lake (46,5 km)

The Żywieckie lake is a reservoir in the Soła river near Żywiec, located on the border of the Żywiec Basin and the Little Beskids.

Pszczyna Castle (41,3 km)

The Pszczyna Castle is a former residence of magnates in Pszczyna, a city in Upper Silesia, built in the 11th or 12th century and rebuilt many a time ever since. In the Middle Ages, it was owned by dukes of Opole and Racibórz, dukes of Troppau and dukes of Cieszyn, to name a few.

Apilandia – interactive beekeeping centre (20,0 km)

This is the only interactive exhibition in Poland where you can learn about bees and discover the ins and outs of their life.

Open-air Museum in Wygiełzów (12,3 km)

In the open-air museum, you can see examples of wooden architecture of Western Krakoviaks, so characteristic of the western part of Lesser Poland.

Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum (22,1 km)

The Auschwitz camp became a symbol of terror and genocide for the world. It was established by Germans in mid-1970 in the suburbs of Oświęcim, which was included by the Nazis in the Third Reich.

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