Not sure where to start your trip to the Podkarpacie region? We will help you choose the region's biggest tourist attractions and places worth visiting. We invite you on an extraordinary journey through the Podkarpackie Voivodeship. Check out what you can see, taste and experience.Market Square in RzeszówThe Market Square is the heart of Rzeszów's Old Town. It features a town hall and a well dating from the second half of the 16th century or the 17th century. Within the Market Square there are numerous hotels, clubs, pubs, museums and restaurants, and during the summer evenings, on the stage next to the Town Hall, you can enjoy musical and dance performances by bands and well-known artists. The Underground Tourist Route is also worth a visit.Castle in ŁańcutThe Market Square is the heart of Rzeszów's Old Town. It features a town hall and a well dating from the second half of the 16th century or from the 17th century. Within the market square there are numerous hotels, clubs, pubs, museums and restaurants, and during summer evenings on the stage next to the town hall one can admire performances of music and dance bands and well-known artists. The Underground Tourist Route is also worth a visit.Open-air museum in KolbuszowaAdmiring beautiful, traditional buildings and places that used to be natural spaces for the population is possible thanks to specially prepared open-air museums. One such space is the Skansen in Kolbuszowa. Every enthusiast of rural life from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries should definitely go to the Museum of Folk Culture in Kolbuszowa.Castle in KrasiczynThe castle in Krasiczyn from the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries is one of the most valuable monuments of Renaissance-Mannerist architecture in Poland. The four corner towers characteristic of the castle are: Divine, Papal, Royal and Noble. The 14.5 hectare park is an ornament of Krasiczyn castle. As of 20 April 2018, it has the status of a Monument of History.Przadki Nature ReserveThe "Prządki" nature reserve, or the famous rocky outcrops up to 20 m high, arousing interest with their fantastic shapes. Attractions of the reserve include 5 hiking trails, with beautiful rocks and views, and the Kamieniec castle. The highest point of the reserve is 520 m above sea level.Saline cascade in SolonkaThis has recently become a place visited by an increasing number of people due to the iodine treatment found in the local brine cascade. Solonka is located a few kilometres from the Splendor Hotel. Salt water springs in Sołonka are a remnant of the Miocene period, when the Podkarpacie region was covered by a hot sea (approx. 23 million - 5 million years ago). They are part of the so-called Subcarpathian brines occurring around the Carpathian Foothills in the area of the Sanocko-Przemyskie brines in the western part of the Ruthenian Ruhr deposits. They were certainly used in the 16th and 17th centuries, when salt was brewed here on a wide scale.