Tychy is a city located in the southern part of Poland in the Silesian province. It is situated on the southern edge of the Upper Silesian industrial district and is surrounded by the Pszczyna forests. The city borders Katowice to the north, Mikołów to the west, Bieruń to the east and Kobiór to the south.

Tychy was early known for its beer, its first brewery having opened in 1629. It is also famous for automobile manufacturing. In 1951, Tychy got the rights to the city

Museum of Tyskie Browary Książęce

The Touring Center of Tyskie Browary Książęce is a museum and tourist complex located in Tychy. It consists of a brewing museum where you can learn about the history of Tyskie Browary Książęce and the beer production process, a restaurant serving regional cuisine specialties and Tyskie beer, and a production plant where you can visit the brewery and take part in beer tastings under the supervision of experts

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Paprocańskie Lake

Paprocańskie Lake is an artificial water reservoir in Tychy, created in 1796 for the needs of Huta Paprocka. In the 1980s and 1990s, the reservoir was recultivated, and now it has recreational functions and is a flood protection for the south-eastern districts of the city.

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Aquapark Tychy

Recreation complex with several swimming pools, themed water slides and a spa area with saunas

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Small Theatre

Teatr Mały – a theater in Tychy, located at ul. card. Hlonda 1. It does not have its own acting troupe, it functions as an impresario theatre. The seat of the theater is adapted for the disabled. The theater includes the „Andromeda” Culture Passage and the „Obok” Municipal Art Gallery

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Tychy City Museum

The City Museum in Tychy was established in 2004 and is located in the building of the Old Magistrate at Plac Wolności 1. The museum’s collections include four substantive departments: the Department of History of the City, the Department of Photography, the Department of Art and the Department of Ethnology. The facility organizes numerous temporary exhibitions, lectures, seminars, curatorial tours, and also conducts educational activities, including museum lessons for children and youth and walks around the city.

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Bar under the ash trees

A bar in Tychy famous for the fact that it was in it that the famous singer Rysiek Ridel created and hung out

Church of Saint Mary Magdalene in Tychy

Church of St. Mary Magdalene is the oldest church in Tychy, whose construction began in 1780. It was completed after two years, and during that time he was also ordained. The church with a narrow tower on the west side finished with a cupola roof and a lantern makes a great impression on tourists who can admire many architectural details from that era


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Church of the Holy Spirit in Tychy

The Church of the Holy Spirit in Tychy was built in the early 1980s and consecrated in 1982. Its body is supposed to symbolize a tent, and inside the church you can find many architectural additions with a symbolic dimension, including the cross motif

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The historic Paprocka Huta

The facilities at 44 Nad Jeziorem Street in Tychy, where the Huta Paprocka restaurant is currently located, were originally built in 1703 as an iron forge founded by Baron Baltazar Promnica. In the recent past, the buildings were restored and turned into a restaurant where you can try tasty dishes

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Municipal Stadium in Tychy

The municipal stadium in Tychy, built in 2013-2015, is owned by the city of Tychy and can accommodate 15,300 spectators. It is a football arena where the GKS Tychy sports club plays its matches. matches of the U-21 European Championship in 2017 and the U-20 World Cup in 2019, as well as a match between Armenia and Georgia in the UEFA Nations League in 2020.

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