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This museum has a good collection of Gothic sacred art, including some marvellous Madonnas and altarpieces, and an extensive display of folk and religious painting on glass.
This small place in a courtyard through an arcade serves excellent Italian dishes as well as more enlightened Polish ones. It’s a quiet, almost romantic spot meant for two.
The basilica dates from the 14th century but was remodelled at the end of the 19th century in neo-Gothic style...
Inexpensive milk bar located southwest of the Old Town near the Ethnographic Museum.
The Bombay serves up somewhat less-than-authentic Indian dishes (plus a few European ones) in elegant surrounds, with the occasional live music set in the evenings...
This atmospheric restaurant-cafe sports an eclectic menu, with a starters list that includes żurek (traditional sour rye soup), carpaccio and spinach pancakes...
Probably Tarnów’s finest restaurant, the Pasaż, in a passageway leading west from the Rynek, serves rather exotic international (crab) and Polish (venison) dishes in a very chichi dining room.
Popular cafe and drinks spot, just off the Rynek.
This branch of the regional museum is in the Town Hall and has a fine collection of historic paintings, armour, furniture, glass and porcelain, and items relating to the life of Józef Bem (1791–1850), a Polish genera...
Late-night shop selling various foodstuffs and drinks.
Set in beautifully decorated cellars, this studenty place offers plenty of drinks, a few budget dishes and live jazz on some weekends. In summer, they have tables on the Rynek.
This branch of the city’s regional museum has Europe’s only permanent collection relating to Roma culture. It’s housed in an old inn featuring exterior walls with floral motifs from Zalipie.
This is a convivial place in the Old Town offering a menu of cheap pizzas, salads and drinks.
Worth a look are two small wooden churches south of the Old Town. The shingled Church of Our Lady , dating from 1442, has charming folk decorations inside and a fine Rococo high altar...
The area east of the Rynek was traditionally inhabited by Jews, but little of the original architecture survived the German occupation in WWII...
The shingled Church of Our Lady , dating from 1442, has charming folk decorations inside and a fine Rococo high altar.
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