|Major attractions||The Lubomirski Palace, is situated on the edge of the old town and dates from the 18th Century. It now serves as the law courts and so the interior is generally closed to the public. However, it’s well worth walking around the impressive walls.
Many of Rzeszow’s state museums have free admission on Sunday and are closed on Monday.
|Climate (average temp)||Winter 11 °C – Summer 22°C|
|Transport options to and from the airport (i.e. train/bus etc)||By bus: The airport is connected with Rzeszów city centre by public transport (bus from ‘MPK’ company), lines ’51’ and ‘L’. Journey to/from airport takes about 20 min and costs 3 zł (tickets are sold by the driver, price includes the carrying of the luggage). Buses terminate near the railway station and depart from the same stop. Bear in mind that on Saturdays and Sundays there are only a few buses per day, so you may have to spend several hours at the airport waiting for your flight.
By taxi: Taxi-drivers Association Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport (STPL) is the official partner of Rzeszów- Jasionka Airport. Can be caught outside the airport terminal or called +48 697 996 077. Travel takes about 15-20 minutes and costs on average 50 zł. They serve for 24h.
|Tourist board website||http://www.staypoland.com/about_rzeszow.htm/|
Although Rzeszow is the second most important city of south-eastern Poland after Krakow, a walk through the centre is more like that through a small, peaceful (or even sleepy) town. In fact Rzeszow is a progressive economic, academic and cultural centre, the capital of the Subcarpathian Province and one of the largest cities in the region.