Jarosław lay on an ancient trade route and was famous for its crowded fairs. Space was required to store merchants' goods and corridors were created under the tenement houses, creating a bizarre network of underground labyrinths. Today, this underground network is a pivotal part of the cultural heritage of the city.
The Underground Tourist Passage will take you around the subterranean networks of three magnificent merchant tenement houses: Orsetti, Attavanti and Gruszewicz. En route you can visit 11 rooms presenting exhibitions on: ceramics, a bourgeois kitchen with cooking facilities from the 16th and 17th centuries, etc. This tour is innovative, lots of fun and has an interactive multimedia focus. Tours are with a guide or audioguide and take 90mins. Larger groups call in advance.
Open 09.00–16.00. Sat 10.00–16.00, Sun 11.00-16.00, Closed Mon.
Open October 1 to April 30 09.00-15.00; Sat 10.00-15.00; Sun 11.00–15.00; closed Mon.
Underground Tourist Route in Jarosław
Rynek 14, Jarosław
Another route like the Underground Tourist Passage, the Underground Tourist Route is a unique attract