Palace in Kopice

Ruins of the Schaffgotsch Palace – 14 km

A 19th-century palace in Kopice in Brzeg County, entered into the register of immovable monuments of the Opole Voivodeship, which also includes: a park with the Schaffgotsch burial chapel and a farm.


26 km

The museum takes you on an amazing journey to the past. Thanks to it, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the everyday life of their ancestors. It is the only museum in Poland that primarily focuses on items used in the household. There is a rich collection of copper and brass vessels, wooden gingerbread molds and an interesting collection of roasting and coffee-making vessels. The baroque cabinet also deserves special attention, where you can see beautifully decorated furniture, as well as examples of Silesian baroque painting.


28 km

The castle in Niemodlin was at the top of the list of Top Castles and Palaces in Poland in the competition of the Polish Tourist Organization. The monument, which had fallen into ruin for years, has recently regained its former glory. It has been open to tourists only since 2015. At the Niemodlin castle you can visit, among others: imitation of the Amber Room, Torture Chamber, Ballroom, castle garden, chapel, castle crypts, figures of the castle bridge.


30 km

Built in 1743-45. The inscription on the keystone above the entrance to the well room in the courtyard, "FR Anno 30 I 44", refers to the completion of construction, as the fort became fully operational only after the works were completed the following year. The fort, built on the hills of the left bank of the river, secured the areas from which the city was conveniently under fire, and was later covered by further fortifications.


60 km

The Gold Mine, together with the only underground waterfall in Poland and the Medieval Technology Park, is a unique attraction on a European scale. This is a specially prepared tourist route with a museum exhibition including two adits. You can watch, among others: a collection of memorabilia related to the 10-century tradition and history of gold mining and a breathtaking treasury with 1,066 gold bars. The second adit leads visitors through 16th-century, hand-forged workings, through chambers, and selected gold-bearing ore pockets. While visiting, tourists can admire, among others: the only underground waterfall in Poland, take a ride on an underground tram or take part in gold panning...


31 km

Nadodrzański Park has an area of approximately 6 ha. It was probably created before 1800. It is located in a flood plain. The extension of the Park is the Karol Musioł Boulevard, which stretches along the eastern bank of the Odra River from the railway bridge to ul. Ostrówek.



The Triton Fountain in Nysa is located at the intersection of Bracka and Celna streets and its name comes from the Roman Triton Fountain by Bernini, on which it was modeled. Built in 1700-1701, it is one of the most valuable architectural monuments of the city. The figure is presented as half-man-half-fish with raised hands playing on a conch, which is a symbol of peace and harmony.


30 km

Aquapark in Strzelin is a water amusement park with an Olympic and recreational swimming pool, a jacuzzi with water jets, a sauna and a cafe. The Olympic swimming pool is equipped with six swimming lanes. It is an ideal place to improve your swimming or training. It creates opportunities to conduct special classes, including: swimming schools, water aerobics, rehabilitation and exercises for pregnant women. It is also a perfect place to organize sports competitions. Thrill lovers can take advantage of the 72-meter long tube slide. An interesting fact is that the slide is located outside the building almost along its entire length.


Botanical Garden - 43 km

The garden is known for its rich collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, daylilies, box trees and trees and shrubs that are not frost-resistant in other parts of Poland. The collection includes 4,650 species of woody plants and 4,885 species and varieties of perennials. The collections of rhododendrons (Rhododendron - 900 species and varieties - including historical varieties of Seidel's rhododendrons), daylilies (Hemerocallis - 3,100 species and varieties) and boxwoods (Buxus - 80 species and varieties) located there have been recognized as National Collections by the Polish Society of Botanical Gardens.


47 km

On a 10-hectare area planted with trees and lush greenery in Bierkowice near Opole, there are buildings grouped into nine farmsteads from the Opole and Olesno regions. They include many unique objects that, together with the surrounding nature, create a visitor-friendly space. It is a perfect place for family walks, during which you can get some fresh air and, at the same time, visit the monuments of wooden architecture in the Opole region.


55 km

One of the most beautiful pedestrian bridges in Poland, located in one of the most beautiful corners of Opole! It is called the Penny Bridge - after the toll charged here years ago, i.e. the crossing fee, which amounted to one grosz. Opole residents call it the Green Bridge or the Lovers' Bridge. A two-span, metal, Art Nouveau pedestrian bridge suspended over the picturesque Młynówka canal surrounded by greenery. Perfect for a romantic walk.