The castle houses the Castle Museum , with about a dozen rooms open over three floors. Those wanting more detailed information should...
This grandiose former residence (which looks more like a palace) dates back to the 12th century, when the Opole dukes built a hunting...
The castle looks on to this elongated and leafy market square, lined with old burghers’ houses dating mostly from the 18th and 19th...
This pub is a bit more relaxed than the places on the square and makes a good spot for a leisurely beer.
Set in a historic townhouse dating from 1756, this long-established family restaurant serves a solid range of old-fashioned Polish food...
Lonely Planet review
Probably Pszczyna’s best bakery (judging from the queues) and famous for its poppy-seed pastries.