Łazy (Wa-zee) is a small town in Silesian Voivodeship.
There're many buses from Zawiercie or Dąbrowa Górnicza stopping in Łazy.
- Train depot(Lokomotywnia in Polish), a place where you can find old trains
- City center. A renewed city center with a fountain glowing in the dark
- Młyńska chapel A small brick-made chapel on Młynek street, near Mitręga river
- Cement plant An abandoned old cement plant
- Water tower. An 19 century water tower near the railway station
- First World War Cemetery. A cemetery located in the woods on Konstytucji 3 Maja street. There're graves of German and Austrian soldiers
- Kamionka . A postindustrial area with small pond
- Saint Michael the Archangel church (Kościuszki 96). A modersnit church built in 1934-49. with an interesting interior.
- Park Wodny Jura offers indoor swimming polls.
- Zalew Mitręga lake has a public beach as well as barbecue places
- You can also walk or rest on Mitręga river but swimming here is forbidden
There's no accommodation in the town. There're some in the closest villages.
- Chruszczobród — A small village with an old church and grave of Gabriel Taszycki- one of Kosciusko Uprising participant
- Ciągowice — A lovely village with an old church
- Grabowa — A village with Traffic Movement Theme Park
- Hutki-Kanki — Beautiful holiday village in the woods
- Niegowonice — A village famous by Skałki rock formations
- Kuźnica Masłońska — Village in the woods
- Rokitno Szlacheckie — A small village with 19 century manor house ruins
- Skałbania — A village with water springs
- Trzebyczka — Village with a same name river
- Turza — A nice village in the woods
- Wiesiółka — A lovely village with barbecue place
- Wysoka — A village with palace ruins and abandoned stone pit