Top things to do in The Radom Plain

Top Choice Pub Food in Radom


Don't be put off by the 'pub food' label – this is Radom's best restaurant, and they even brew their own (very good) beer on the premises. The menu tends toward simple grilled meats, pastas, salads and a few Polish …
Church in Radom

St Wenceslaus Church

The most significant relic of Radom’s earliest years is St Wenceslaus Church in what was once Radom's Old Town Square. Built originally in the 13th century from wood, it was the first parish church of Old Radom. It …
Ruins in Radom

Main Synagogue

Radom was a significant Jewish settlement, and the Jewish community here numbered around 30,000 just before WWII (about a quarter of the population). Unfortunately, few Jews survived the war and little of that herit…
Museum in Radom

Radom Village Museum

One of the most popular outings is the short hop to this outdoor folklore museum about 8km from the centre. Furnished interiors showcase styles from the whole region. City bus 14 or 17 will get you within a few hund…
Cemetery in Radom

Jewish Cemetery

About 4km east of the city centre is what remains of the former Jewish cemetery. The Germans destroyed the cemetery and used the grave markers as paving stones, but in the past decade some of the tombstones have bee…
Italian in Radom


This handsome restaurant has something for everyone. The cooking leans toward Mediterranean, but in addition to the usual offerings of pizza and pasta, you’ll find fish, duck, and our favourite: braised pork loin se…
Italian in Radom


This ambitious Italian cafe/restaurant on the main drag offers creative takes on traditional dishes in a casual yet upscale setting. Start with fried chicken livers in a raspberry sauce, and then move on to pasta or…
Church in Radom

Church of St John the Baptist

The main parish church, the Church of St John the Baptist, was founded by Kazimierz III Wielki in 1360 and altered by numerous people up to the present. The church is located just near the Rynek.
Fast Food in Radom


We're not taking sides here, but many Poles swear this small window on ul Moniuszki serves Poland's best zapiekanki (oven-baked, open-faced baguettes, slathered in cheese and sauce).