Little and Maków Beskids

Karczma Rzym wejście Sucha Beskidzka
The Wooden Architecture Route in the Małopolska region, creating a network of 255 historic buildings, is certainly noteworthy. It consists of picturesque churches, beautiful Orthodox churches, slender bell towers, Old Polish manors, wooden villas and open-air museums, belonging to the most valuable monuments of wooden material culture. The following were entered in the route's register: the buildings of Lanckorona and the “Rzym” inn in Sucha Beskidzka and the church of St Erasmus in Barwałd Dolny.

The Małopolska Gourmets Route is another interesting proposition. The facilities located on this route are restaurants, or more precisely – regional taverns that serve regional products and present the culinary heritage of the Małopolska region. We especially recommend the inn “Rzym” in Sucha Beskidzka, “Kocierz” in Andrychów and the taverns in Rzyki.

The Małopolska Craft Trail was created so that tourists could get to know folk artists for whom crafts are not only a profession, but above all a passion. Thanks to this initiative, you can look into Jerzy Mika's pottery in Wadowice, the weaving workshops in Sieniawa, to the wicker plantation and to the sculptural land. For those who value active leisure, combined with learning craftsmanship, we recommend visiting Tokarnia, famous for tissue paper craft and folk sculpture. Maków Podhalański will enchant you with traditional games and embroidered products, Jordanów with great examples of glass painting, Myślenice will reveal the secrets of folk sculpture, and Lanckorona – the production of famous ceramics.

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