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Czeladź (Tszeh-ladz) is a tiny city in Silesian Voivodeship, Poland. It's one of the oldest cities in Zagłębie region.


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By plane[edit]

Katowice airport offers direct connections with different places:

  • LOT Polish Airlines: Warsaw-Chopin
  • Lufthansa: Frankfurt,Munich
  • Ryanair: Athens, Birmingham, Bologna, Brindisi, Catania, Cologne/Bonn, Cork, Dortmund, Dublin, Edinburgh, Goteborg, Kyiv- Boryspil, London-Stansted, Manchester, Milan-Bergamo, Odessa, Oslo-Sanderfjord, Paphos
  • Transavia: Amsterdam
  • Wizzair: Alesund, Athens, Barcelona, Bergen, Bristol, Catania, Cologne/Bonn, Doncaster/Sheffield, Dortmund, Dubai-Al Maktoum, Eindhoven, Kharkiv, Kyiv-Zhuliany, Kutaisi, Larnaca, Liverpool, London-Luton, Lviv, Malmo, Malta, Milan-Bergamo, Sanderfjord, Reykjavik-Keflavik, Rome-Ciampino, Stavanger, Stockholm-Skavista, Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion, Tenerife-South

seasonal: Alghero, Bari, Bologna, Burgas, Castellón, Fuerteventura, Glasgow, Faro, Lisbon, Malaga, Naples, Podgorica, Porto, Santander, Split

By bus[edit]

  • There're many buses from Katowice, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Sosnowiec or Będzin stopping in Czeladź.
  • International buses from Berlin, Munich, Prague, Vienna, Brno and Ostrava use to stop in Czeladź too, you can check their timetable on E-Podroznik site.

By car[edit]

Czeladź's located near 94 and 86 ways.

By walk[edit]

Get around[edit]

See[edit][add listing]

  • Saint Stanislaus church Neoromanesque church from 1916 built on old, medieval church's place. There's a beautiful interior and polychromies. There's also a miraculous picture of Our Lady of Comfort. Main holidays're celebrated 8th of May and 26th of July.
  • Polish Bretherns praying house (Rynkowa street 2) The tiny building from 1567 where local Polish Bretherns used to pray.
  • Piaski district. A workers' colony built in 19 century for Ernst-Michal coal mine workers. The coal mine was French owned and one of it's headmasters was Victor Vianney, a relative of Roman Catholic saint- priest Jean-Marie Vianney (main holidays: 4th August and 15th September). Other interesting landmarks in Piaski are Saint Jean-Marie Vianney sanctuary from 20s and Finish Houses district (Fińskie Domki).
  • Christ the Savior Chapel. A 17 century chapel's replica located in Przełajka district, on the crossroad of Będzin and Wojkowice cities.
  • Elektrownia Gallery. A culture house and art gallery located in old power plant's building.
  • Pałac Saturna and Pałac Pod Filarami . Villas from interwar period, nowadays splurge hotels.
  • Jewish cemetery (Będzińska street 68). Cemetery from the end of 19 century with well-preserved graves
  • Synagogue memorial. A monument located on Katowicka street, near the marketplace. It commemorates the Czeladź's synagogue destroyed in 1939 by German Nazi.
  • Witch Monument. Monument in the city center remembering Katarzyna Włodyczkowa, a woman executed in 1736 for witchcraft.
  • Alfred Park. A lovely park with small pond
  • Przetok Ponds. Group of ponds near Brynica River. It's a good view point on the city.
  • Szyb Jana . Small pond hidden in the woods
  • Osiedle Dziekana. Short blocks of flat district in green area
  • Saint Archangels church(Wyspiański street 1). Tiny, contemporary church on Osiedle Dziekana dedicated to archangels Michael, Gabriel and Rafael. There's a good view point on Czeladź's block of flat districts.
  • St.Matthew's church(Powstańców Śląskich street 34). An interesting contemporary church with lovely and modest interior.
  • Saint Adalbert church (Składkowski street 28). A contemporary church located in beautiful, field, scenery. There're nice mosaics inside.

Do[edit][add listing]

There're many parks and other green areas in Czeladź like Grabek, Harcerski or Kosciusko park. Culture house Kopalnia Kultury use to organize many live concerts and other events.

Buy[edit][add listing]

  • M1. A big shopping mall with popular world's and Polish brands and food court

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Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Pałac Saturna, Dehnelów street 2.  edit Splruge hotel located in interwar period villa. It offers appartments with free WiFi, thermal spa and indoor swimming pool.
  • Simar, Sosnowa street 27.  edit Hostel in the city center, free WIFi
  • hotel Szafran, Będzińska street 82.  edit Mid-range hotel located near 94 road, air-conditioned rooms with free WIFI and LCD.
  • hotelik Rycerski, Będzińska street 53.  edit A tiny hotel near 94 road.
  • hotel Pod Filarami, Dehnleów street 12.  edit Mid-range hotel in interwar period villa, rooms with WIFI, free car park
  • Motel Te Klimaty, Wojkowicka street 13.  edit Budget accommodation not far from city center, restaurant and garden, rooms with free WIFI
  • hotel Rycerski, Będzińska street 53.  edit A hotel located near 94 way, rooms with free WiFi


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