Zamość is an ideal city

Zamość is an ideal city

Zamość is an extraordinary city. Jan Zamoyski only needed a dozen or so years, to build them, and today it is one of the most valuable Old Town complexes in the world. This is confirmed by the inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List, recognition for the Monument to the History of the Republic of Poland and one of the 7 wonders of Poland. But apart from the beautiful market, town hall, the cathedral, bram, defensive walls and many other interesting monuments, there are still plenty of reasons, for which you need to come to Zamość. Here are a few of them:

kilkadziesiąt hoteli, guesthouses, hostels offering interesting suggestions for the duration of your stay,

interesująca lokalna kuchnia, good restaurants, often – like Muzealna or Padua – located in the historic vaults, and in summer gardens overlooking the town hall,

bogata oferta kulturalna, great symphony orchestra, gallery, three-screen cinema, lots of outdoor events: concerts, performances, shows, including the assaults of the fortress organized by the Knight Brotherhood of Zamość (thanks to the brotherhood, everyone, who will come to Bastion VII, can become an archer, and even fire a cannon yourself!),

interesujące muzea, historical exhibitions, underground tourist routes, dancing fountain,

super ZOO. More than 2000 animals, 300 species, and you can move to a damp one for a while, subtropical jungle full of butterflies,

piękny, extensive, almost 100-year-old City Park – one of the most beautiful in Poland – established in the post-fort area with an outdoor gym,

kilkunasto kilometrowy, connected to the park, a labyrinth of alleys leading along the illuminated city fortifications, for jogging and sightseeing: on foot, by bike, rickshaw, a bicycle kart, or Segway day and night,

sporo obiektów sportowych: soccer fields, sports halls, swimming pool, over a dozen tennis courts, skateparks, SPA,

shopping – The Twierdza Gallery is over 80 stores of brands such as H&M, Empik, Media Markt, a slightly smaller Revia Park Gallery, and around the market square there are several shops with art and souvenirs, clothes and shoes,