Category: Entertainment
Disco "Tequila"

street Parkowa 1
42-445 Szczekociny
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the city/town
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: 034 355 72 16
: whole year


The palace of Szczekociny, which for a long time has been in poor condition, is a first-class monument. It is part of one of Poland's most beautiful palace and park complexes. The early-Classicist building was erected for Franciszek and Urszula Morsztyn Dembiński about 1770. It is said that a ghost of beautiful Urszula can be seen within the walls of the Szczekocin palace in July evenings
The Pilica river is the longest tributary of the Vistula. It is 319 km long. The river flows through the southern and central Poland, starting from the Polish Jura, and then crossing the plains of central Poland and Mazovia. The river with an average water level is usually suited for kayaking along the section from Szczekociny. One can take part in whitewater rafting organized by the Volunteer Fire Department, or by the specialist or rental companies.
The church of Saint Bartholomew in Szczekociny was built around the midseventeenth century and consecrated in 1666. In the years 1780-1782, the church was rebuilt at the request of Urszula Morsztyn Dembińska. The design was probably made by Ferdynand Jan Nax of Gdańsk. The shrine received the Classicist look. Two towers of the façade merit our attention. The interior is decorated in the Baroque and neo-Classicist styles.
Szczekociny is a small town situated on the north-eastern edge of the Silesian Voivodeship. The town may boast of the city rights, which were granted as early as the end of the Middle Ages, as an important settlement at the ford across the Pilica river. The traditional center of the town is the four-sided market square with a network of streets. To the east of the market one can seethe beautiful Baroque palace of the Dembiński family. They were the owners, who contributed to the development of the town and neatening its appearance.
Nakło is a small village located near Szczekociny, in the eastern part of Silesia. The village boasts two eighteenth-centuries, historic buildings: a church of St Nicholas and a Classicist palace. The palace was built by the Bystrzanowski family during the reign of the last Polish king - Stanislaw August Poniatowski. It is now privately owned and it houses a smart hotel. It is surrounded by a fine park.
In the eastern part of Silesia naturists will find a great and unexpected attraction - the Pilica river valley. The most valuable part of it, which stretches between Koniecpol and Szczekociny, belongs to “Suchy Młyn” (Dry Mill), part of the Special Area of Conservation “Natura 2000”. The Pilica flows here in its natural riverbed, surrounded by forests and swamps. Visitors can also see otters and beavers, and rare species of plants.
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