This complex of outdoor swimming pool, offering many attractions and fun, and what is important - almost in the center of the city. Are vacationing at the disposal of: - 3 swimming pools of varying depths, including one with a slide, - 2 pools and a playground for children - 4 courts for volleyball, basketball and street eateries
street Toszecka 137
Tourist region: Silesia
Location: in the forest
Prices & amenities
: children, seniors, less than 26 years
: we accept pets, car park, bicycle parking station, toilets
: whole year
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The old church of Saint Bartholomew in Gliwice
Szobiszowice is one of the most mysterious shrines in
Silesia. It is rumored that the church was built by the
Templars. It is true, however, that the building was
erected as early as in the fifteenth century, which makes it
the oldest religious building in Gliwice. The church is
austere with a stone and brick tower, crowned with
The Gliwice Palm House is located within vast Chopin Park,
between the Kłodnica river and the Kłodnica Canal. Its
origins date back to the late nineteenth century. Its heyday
fell on the 20s and 30s of the last century. Currently, the
Palm House is a modern institution, an exotic oasis in the
center of the industrial city. In addition to tropical plants
and cacti, one can even see here infamous piranhas or
"The wooden transmitting tower of the radio station in Gliwice is a marvel of engineering and prewar thought and the testimony of its builders’ courage. With a height of 111 m, it now occupies the first place on the list of the world's tallest structures, built entirely of wood. It was built in 1935
within the premises of the newly created broadcasting station at Tarnogórska Street. On August 31, 1939, the building was the scene of a provocation carried out by officers of the Nazi SS, known in historiography as the “Gleiwitz incident”."
The first mention of the Jewish settlers in Gliwice comes from
the seventeenth century. In the eighteenth century, there were
several Jewish families in the city. In 1812, they built their first
synagogue. Three years later, they founded the oldest
cemetery at the current Na Piasku Street. About 500
gravestones, mostly made of sandstone, have survived. The
most magnificent is the neo-Classicist mausoleum of the Meyer
family. Many members of the known Troplowitz family were on
"The Museum of Sanitary Technology is the youngest museum in Gliwice. It was founded in 2005. It is located within premises of the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant, which until recently, was not a tourist attraction. In the renovated and stylish building of the pumping stations from the beginning of the last century, one can see some old sewage treatment equipment and a few decade old sanitary fittings, and afterwards, we can take a tour of the still operating plant, built for the twenty first century."
Coal mine Shaft Maciej is a complex of buildings of the former coal mine "Concordia", which is situated in the district...
Coal mine Shaft Maciej is a complex of buildings of the former coal mine "Concordia", which is situated in the district of Zabrze - Maciejów. The interiors refer to the trends of post-industrial buildings. Here you can try an excellent meal and feel the unique atmosphere of this place.
The Italian word Collin means hill, and the restaurant is located under the hill in Zbrosławice. It is here that a uniqu...
The Italian word Collin means hill, and the restaurant is located under the hill in Zbrosławice. It is here that a unique place has been built over the last 9 years. The owners are restaurateurs from Silesia: Zbigniew and Beata Tucholscy, which is why tradition had to appear here, although the restaurant follows global trends.