You will find plenty of Sub-Carpathian accommodation in the region's elegant main city, Rzeszow, which is situated on the banks of the Wislok River. This ancient town has a beautiful market square, lined with restaurants. Try some local delicacies such as Wiener schnitzel, topped with a fried egg in the Polish style. Tours can be made of intriguing tunnels and routes hidden underground, formed from cellars, which date from the 15th to the 20th centuries. Rzeszow has a large student population and comes alive at night with many bars hosting live jazz gigs on weekend evenings. Beer drinkers will also find a visit to Krosno interesting, as the glass works here produce most of Poland's beer glasses.
The towns of Jaroslaw and Przemysl both boast fine examples of Renaissance architecture with their cathedrals and castles. One of the few castles to survive the Second World War intact can be found in the region at Baranow Sandomierski. This historic town also has a quaint museum with a collection of kerosene lamps. If you are looking for more peaceful surroundings however, choose some Sub-Carpathian accommodation in the countryside. Head for the mountainous national parks of Bieszczady and Magura, which are ideal areas for hiking and cycling. Having holiday apartments Sub-Carpathia will give you the freedom to explore this lesser known part of Poland, as well as discovering nearby regions such as the Holy Cross region.