Stary Sącz is a beautiful, historic town lying between the Poprad and Dunajec Rivers. It is one of the oldest Polish cities. The biggest magnet for tourists is the monuments of this "museum town", which form a valuable and picturesque architectural and urban complex.
- a huge rectangular marketplace with the Seweryn Udziela Regional Museum located in the interior od the 17th century "dom na Dołkach" (House on the Hollows), the famoous Marysieńska Restaurant and a picturesque house Pod Dzwonkiem (Under the Bell)
- The Order of St. Clare Convent and the parish church of Saint Ellizabeth of Hungary and Saint Margaret
- The Pope`s Altar
Stary Sącz as a center lying at the foot of the Beskid Sądecki Beskid is also an excellent starting point for its attractive corners and the "entrance gate" to the Poprad Landscape Park. Beautiful mountains, rivers and streams, lush vegetation and rich world of animals, combined with the unique charm of the historic town, makes Stary Sącz and its vicinity a rare place for rest and interaction with nature.
Worth mentioning is also a lookout tower in the village of Wola Krogulecka (about 5 km from Stary Sącz), from where you can admire the beautiful panorama of the Poprad River valley.