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A short walk along ul Zamkowa brings you to what is left of the 14th-century castle...
The modest Przemyśl Fortress Museum , with photographs, postcards, weapons and commemorative mementos connected with the fortress, will satisfy the curiosities of most.
Northwest of the Rynek, this old-fashioned eatery features bow-tied waiters, a timbered ceiling and yellow stucco walls...
This inviting place has a long list of pizzas, plus risotto, pasta and fast food such as hot dogs. It has a lovely terrace right on the Rynek.
This beer-cellar restaurant setting is decorated with mini-chandeliers and lace tablecloths. The bourgeoisie platter (22zł), with three types of meat, will excite ardent carnivores.
The former Jesuit college shelters the Archdiocesan Museum , which contains religious art, vestments and church plate.
This work in progress is slated to be the most important museum of history and artefacts in this part of Poland when it’s eventually finished...
If you’re looking for ice cream or a slice of something sweet, this modern cafe on a pedestrian street should be your destination.
This popular ‘70s-style diner serves truly delicious traditional Polish food at reasonable prices. With its red laminate walls and chrome chairs, the interior gives the place a milk bar feel...
This curious museum, housed in an 18th-century Baroque clock tower, contains vintage bells as well as elaborately carved wooden and meerschaum pipes and cigar cutters (items that Przemyśl has long been famous for man...
Military buffs will want to see the remnants of Austria–Hungary’s Przemyśl Fortress (Twierdza Przemyśl) surrounding the town...
The only significant relics of the Jewish legacy left are two synagogues (of four that existed before WWII), both dating from the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries, renovated after the war and put t...
You’ll find excellent Polish cooking at this upscale restaurant on a small square on the western end of the Rynek. We’re a big fan of the home-style żurek and the beef roulade stuffed with bacon.
You’ll find the city’s best coffee and espresso-based drinks – but not much absinthe – at this secluded spot on the far western end of the Rynek.
This offbeat student cafe is connected to a bookstore of the same name on the Rynek. Walk through a small metal gate to find what feels like a secret student meeting place inside.
The real joy of strolling through Przemyśl is to take in the dramatic sacred architecture, which seems to dwarf the modern-day town with its splendour...
This very real (not virtual) modern pub south of the stations has a nice back garden.
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