Things to see and do - Zamosc
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Zamosc Travel guide
Zamosc : Michelin's recommendations
With its enlargement to 27 member states, one of the EU’s most easterly cities is now Zamosc, close to the Ukrainian border. A more attractive point of entry would be impossible to conjure up. Known as the “Padua of the North”, this jewel of the Renaissance is all too often overlooked, despite obtaining Unesco World Heritage site status in 1992.
Tourist attractions Zamosc : Things to see and do
PL - Zamosc
This geometrically perfect square with blue and yellow hues reminiscent of an Italian piazza is best viewed from the top of the town hall steps. Note the Armenian houses (Kamienice Ormianskie), which differ from the other merchants's houses in their ..
Ul. Ormianska 30 PL - Zamosc
Pictures, statues and prints attest to the influence of hetman (commander-in-chief) Jan Zamoyski on the history of this town. The museum has various collections of paintings, engravings, militaria and wooden religious sculpture. There are also old ph..
Ul. Meczenników Rotundy 1 PL - Zamosc
In a wooded park, the rotunda was an outlying defence post and gunpowder store linked to the town by a tunnel. The gates of this huge red-brick building give onto an inner courtyard. From 1939, the Nazis put it to sinister use as a place of torture a..
Rynek Solny 4 PL - 22-400 Zamość
ul. Wyszyńskiego 52 PL - 22-400 Zamość
Prix Prices from : 138 PLN
The 3-star Hotel Jubilat is situated in the picturesque, Renaissance town of Zamość which boasts the UNESCO listed Old Town. It offers accommodation in spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. Carpeted rooms at Jubilat come with a TV with satellite channels,..
ul. Grecka 6 PL - 22-400 Zamość