We were driving through Piotrkow Trybunalski dozens of times.
Because it is summer now and the weather is good, we decided to stay for one night in Piotrkow Trybunalski and explore it.
We were surprised how beautiful it was!
It has a wonderful, well-maintained Old Town. The layout is similar to all the other towns in Poland- square market (Rynek Trybunalski) and stony streets.
Unfortunately, in the center social housing are located in the city center, so locals you may see are a little patological…
The most interesting monuments in Piotrkow Trybunalski are Church p.w. sw. Jakuba, Monastery of oo. Bernardynow, oo. Dominikanow i ss. Dominikanek, Zespol dawnego klasztoru oo. Pijarow i Jezuitow, City Walls, the Royal Castle, Great and Little Synagogue, Orthodox Church p.w. Wszystkich Swietych, the Courthouse, Water Tower and the old Railway Station Warsaw-Vienna. .
In our opinion, you should only take a stroll through the Piotrkow Trybunalski Old Town and go to the Castle.
If you’re going through Piotrkow, stop there for a moment. Sightseeing should take 1-2 hours. In our opinion, it is worth it 🙂
More about the monuments and current events in Piotrkow you can read on this website: