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Regionalne Centrum Informacji Turystycznej w Katowicach

Regionalne Centrum Informacji Turystycznej" jest placówką prowadzoną przez Wydział Promocji Urzędu Miasta Katowice i Śląską Organizację Turystyczną i Górnośląski Oddział PTTK Katowice, który prowadzi sprzedaż wydawnictw i gadżetów oraz oferuje usługi przewodnickie.
Podstawowym zadaniem "Centrum " jest promocja miasta i regionu, świadczenie usługi informacji turystycznej w tym informowanie o życiu kulturalno-sportowym miasta.

W "Centrum" można także uzyskać materiały dotyczące celów i kierunków rozwoju miasta, tras turystycznych, zabytków, ekspozycji muzealnych oraz ważnych kongresów, zjazdów i konferencji naukowych organizowanych w Katowicach.

Ilość gwiazdek: 4
 
Location
Rynek 13
40-098 Katowice
Katowice
Silesia
in the city/town centre
Contact data
: +48 32 2593 808
: +48 32 2593 369
: katowice@slaskie.travel
: www.katowice.slaskie.travel
Availability
: whole year

Od 1 kwietnia do 30 września:

  • poniedziałek - piątek: 9.00 - 19.00
  • sobota: 9.00 - 17.00
  • niedziela: 9.00 - 17.00

Od 1 października do 31 marca: 

  • poniedziałek - piątek: 9.00 - 17.00
  • sobota: 9.00 - 17.00
  • niedziela: 9.00 - 13.00

 

W tym obiekcie możesz wypożyczyć następujące audiowycieczki:

Description forthcoming
Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Katowicach!
We invite you to an audio tour of Katowice.
Attractions
Routes
Galleries

City audio tours

Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Katowicach!
We invite you to an audio tour of Katowice.
Description forthcoming

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Katowice
Katowice developed from a small village to a major urban industrial center over several decades, from the late eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century. The oldest and most important urban axis is the line connecting the three squares: Wolności, Rynek (Market Square) and Szramka. Of these three sites, the Market Square was laid out as the firSt It was a place which for several centuries was an important transportation hub. The oldest urban axis is lined with a number of stately edifices, including the synagogue, the church of Saint Mary’s, etc.
Katowice
In 1984, the reactivated Silesian Museum in Katowice was moved into the impressive building of the former Grand Hotel at today’s 3 Korfanty Street. The construction of the building was financed by Max Wiener, an entrepreneur from Katowice in 1899. It was designed by Ignatz Gruenfeld or Gerd Zimmermann. The building is made of brick, giving it an elegant, neo-Renaissance form with decorative gables and projections.
Katowice
The building of the old train station in Katowice was erected at the beginning of the twentieth century, and for many years it was one of the flagships of Upper Silesia. In the course of time, the railroad station was becoming less and less sufficient for the needs of the growing passenger traffic. This situation resulted in the several extensions of the building by adding upper floors, and after the Second World War, it was decided to build a new facility, which was opened in 1972. Currently, the old train station building belongs to a private company.
Katowice
Katowice is the second city (after Warsaw) in Poland which boasts the largest number of high-rise buildings. The tradition of such constructions in the capital of Upper Silesia dates back to the interwar period, when the first “skyscraper” in the country was erected in Katowice. Currently, the record high building is the skyscraper "Altus", which is 125 meters tall and has a total area of about 69 000 square meters.
Katowice
The Mickiewicz Street in Katowice is one of the showpiece streets of the capital of Upper Silesia. Its "career" began in the second half of the nineteenth century, as the Nadbrzeżna Street, and later was called the Augusta Schneider Street. We can find a lot of interesting historical buildings from the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, such as the neo-Gothic edifice of the Adam Mickiewicz III secondary school, Art Nouveau and Modernist buildings, and modern skyscrapers.
Katowice
The Evangelical Church of the Resurrection is the oldest stone church in Katowice. It was built in the years 1856-1858 – and it is the oldest building in the city. Later, it was expanded and restored many times. It is a neo-Romanesque shrine, also referring to the early Christian architecture. Inside the church it is worth noting the original pulpit, stained glass windows in the chancel and valuable organ.
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Accommodation

Katowice
Mlynska 15 Apartments are located in the city centre and offer accommodation closest to Main Railway Station and Katowicka Gallery. Location in an old tenement house with a cosy atmosphere ensures comfortable stay as well as a perfect starting point for business meetings, thematic markets and fairs, family trips, concerts and events.
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Hotel Diament Plaza Katowice**** is located in the city center close to the market square and the main railway station, hotel has in offer45 rooms (9 singles, 32 doubles, 4 suites, 1 apartment).
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