Situated on the river Odra, the city of Opole ranks among the largest cities in Silesia. The Baroque houses in the square, currently under reconstruction, reconstruction, are characterized by round bay windows typical for the city’s architecture. The large scansion in the Bierkowice suburb contains a variety of rural architecture from Silesian villages.
Brzeg on the Odra flourished during the Renaissance period. The castle contains a rich collection of medieval and Baroque art. In Nysa, there are quite a number of interesting sacral objects. The late Gothic church of St Jacob dates from the 15th.
Otmuchów is situated between two artificial lakes. Its main places of interest include a Renaissance castle and a Baroque church of St Nicholas with valuable paintings, sculptures and woodcarvings. Well-preserved medieval defensive walls surround Paczków, situated right next to the Czech border. The castle in Moszna makes a magical impression.