Many passengers also choose Katowice Airport (KTW). It's the airport situated 70 kilometres northeast of Pszczyna but the way leads all via a motorway and by car it takes about an hour to get from the airport to Pszczyna via S1/DK86 roads. The airport has direct connections with over 30 destinations across Europe and Asia. The airport is a base of [Wizzair] and has strong network of Wizzair flights:
You can also catch a bus of KZK GOP (26 Złoty) to the city centre of Katowice and then travel by train to Pszczyna. The bus stops right underneath the railway station, and the journey takes about 45 minutes+30 minutes by train.
Muzeum Prasy Śląskiej (Silesian Press Museum), Piastowska Street 26, ☎ +32 210 17 27, . It's the only press museum in Poland placed in an old tenement right in the heart of the city. Originally founded in 1985, now offers the guests an extraordinary way of printing a memorial sheet on a XIX-century, German press. edit
The Castle seen from the island in the park at night
Pszczyna Castle ((Polish: Zamek w Pszczynie)), . editSituated in the city heart of Pszczyna. Constructed as a castle in 13th century or earlier, in a gothic style, it was rebuilt in a renaissance style in the 17th century. During the course of the 18th and 19th centuries, the exterior of the castle was partially changed into a baroque-classic style. The classicist modernization transformed the castle into what is usually described a palace. In its history the castle was a residence of local Piasts dynasty members, then Promnitz family (mid 16th to mid 18th centuries) and later, von Pless family. The castle was owned by the government since 1936. Since 1946 it is a site of the Muzeum Zamkowe (Castle Museum).