List of facilities and places in the neighbourhood
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wisła
    The church of the Finding of the Holy Cross in Wisła Głębce is a very successful combination of a new architecture with historic details. The body of the church was built in the early 80s of the last century, but the tower is older than ... four hundred years. Because it comes from the church in Połomia near Jastrzębie-Zdrój, from where it was moved to Wisła and painstakingly reconstructed. The church stands on the slope of a hill, and at its foot the Kopydło stream rustles gently.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wisła
    Villa Japonica prowadzona jest przez małżeństwo muzyków, które w Kraju Kwitnącej Wiśni spędziło ponad 20 lat.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wisła
    The chapel of Saint Hedwig on the hill of Zadni Groń in Wisła is part of the mansion belonging to the President of the Republic of Poland. The wooden Tyrolean-style building was erected in 1909, at the time when the hunting mansion of the Habsburgs, which had been built a bit earlier) was already standing nearby. Today, the property is located in the area administered by the Office of the President,but it is open to the public. Both Evangelical and Catholic services are held here.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wisła
    The Mansion of the President of the Republic of Poland in Wisła is a Modernist building, erected in the years 1929-1930, in a picturesque, wooded area on the slopes of the hill called Zadni Groń, in the southern part of Wisła. It is the Residence of the President. The mansion resembling a medieval castle was designed by Adolf Szyszko-Bohusz. It was built from donations of the inhabitants of Silesia and ceremoniously handed over to President Ignacy Mościcki.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Węgierska Górka
    In 2009, six monumental wooden sculptures of robbers were erected at the promenade in Węgierska Górka, forming the so-called Alley of Brigands. It is a reminder and an original promotion of brigand traditions, closely connected with the history of the region. The sculptures form a gallery, which is unique in Poland, of the characters of the famous brigands and presents the history of brigandage in the lands of Żywiec. The sculptures were by folk artists who came to the Beskids from all over Poland.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Bacówka położona w Żabnicy gmina Węgierska Górka na Polanie Bukowina znajduje się przy drodze dostępnej dla samochodów. W pobliżu znajdziemy szlaki rowerowe i szlak czerwony prowadzący na popularną wśród turystów Rysiankę.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Węgierska Górka
    Węgierska Górka was one of the most important fortified areas in the south of Poland during the Defensive War in 1939. The stronghold of Węgierska Górka was a complex of fortifications, built shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War. Its purpose was to defend the strategically important road and railway line in the valley of the Soła in case of an attack on Poland by the German troops from the south, from the area of Slovakia, which at that time was allied with Hitler.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Krzyżowa
    In the vicinity of Jeleśnia and Korbielów, close to the roads running to the border, there are defensive fortifications dating back to just before the Second World War. In contrast to the popular and frequently visited sites in Węgierska Górka, the local fortifications are much less well known and visited mostly by fans of militaries. There are several sites located in the vicinity Krzyżowa, situated on the road from Żywiec to Korbielów.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Cięcina
    Gospodarstwo Sopki Stopki posiada tradycyjną drewnianą bacówkę, w której wytwarzane są prawdziwe owcze sery. Wszystkie produkty robione są ręcznie według dawnych receptur, co wymaga czasu i dokładności. Głównym serowarem jest Stanisław Słowik, najstarszy baca w Cięcinie.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Bacówka w Kamesznicy położona jest przy popularnym żółtym szlaku prowadzącym z Kamesznicy na Baranią Górę.