The national capital Warsaw is situated 160 miles (257 kilometers) northwest of Przeworsk, while Krakow lies 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the west.
Visitors can use Przeworsk as a base for further explorations. This popular region possesses numerous terrific attractions. Jasionka, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Rzeszow, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east of Przeworsk are good spots to check out if you have the time.
To discover the spiritual side of Przeworsk, why not visit the region's mosques. People who arrive in Poland delight in discovering the wide range of open-air exhibits, gardens and lighthouses here.
Why not take advantage of a knowledgable local guide and book a tour? Cycling tours, segway tours and city walking tours are popular in this region. If you love to get wet, include some watersports in your itinerary. Boating is popular with locals and tourists and another great activity is kite surfing.
For many people, visiting new places is as much about eating and drinking as it is about seeing the sights, so make sure to sample the food and drinks in the area's restaurants. Beef and also cabbage are common ingredients used in meals in this area. Two regional favorites worth sampling are kotlet schabowy (breaded cutlet) are gołąbki (soft boiled cabbage leaves wrapped around minced meat). Those who can always find room for more, should try piernik (gingerbread), the perfect way to round out your Poland culinary adventure.
When you have to head off and say "Narazie", you'll have plenty of memories to take with you.