Przemyśl, a city in southeastern Poland, lies in a scenic area of mountains and lowlands, known as the Przemyśl Gate, on the banks of the San River. The town has a rich history due to trade routes that passed through the area. The town itself dates back to the 8th century and is the second-oldest city in southern Poland after Kraków. There is a selection of hotels in Przemyśl city centre, as well as shops and attractive historical buildings.
What activities are on offer to me outside business hours in Przemyśl?
The area is home to several shopping malls, including CH Echo and CH Blue-Park, which offer a range of shops, restaurants, and fast food outlets. There are also many smaller shops and boutiques in the town’s centre. In the city centre, you’ll find several excellent restaurants, including the recommended Restauracja Monarchia, which specialises in traditional Polish food and is ideal for a relaxed business lunch or casual evening meeting. Lighter snacks, lunches, coffee, and drinks can be enjoyed at the more casual La Costa. Nightlife is lively in Przemyśl, with several places where you can relax and unwind after work, including Rutyna Drink House in the town centre and Bowling Club JAPA, a bowling alley. Kino Centrum has several cinemas, showing the latest releases. Should your hotel have no gym available, visit POSiR Siłownia i Fitness to use its range of exercise and fitness equipment.
What meeting and business facilities are available in Przemyśl?
If you’re planning a business event in the city, there are several venues that offer event space, with all the necessary technology for a conference or meeting. The closest airport to Przemyśl is Jasionka Airport (RZE), which is 62km from town, and there is also bus and rail transport available. Should you need access to the Internet outside of your hotel, visit UVMatrix - Internet Café in the town centre.
What popular local sights should I see around my hotel in Przemyśl?
While staying at a hotel in Przemyśl, you'll find that the area has several interesting museums. In the old town, visit Muzeum Narodowe (National Museum) to see its icon collection, or the Muzeum Dzwonów i Fajek (Museum of Bells and Pipes). Przemyśl Castle, dating back to 1054, is also worth a visit. The last restorations to the building were made in 1920 and 1980.