There are two tracks prepared for tourists.
One of them follows cellars of merchants’ houses used to owned by Orsetti, Attavanti and Gruszewicz families. This travel in time takes tourists to Jarosław of 16th and 17th century with all its curiosities and diversity. Multimedia equipment makes the tour a real adventure, during which tourists can e.g. fire clay ceramics or sail down Vistula and San rivers.
The second one, Feliks Zalewski track is situated in eastern part of Old Town, beneath beautifully preserved tenement house number 14, built in local style. The track was opened for tourists in 1984, it measures 150 metres and what is worth noticing the corridors are located at various depths.
Worth seeing in Jarosław:
- Town Square
- Town Hall from the 17th century
- houses from the 16th and 17th century
- early Baroque Church and Monastery of Benedictine Nuns
- Corpus Christi Collegiate Church
- Dominican church and monastery, from the first half of the 1600s, parish of Our Lady of Sorrows
- Baroque church of the Holy Spirit, from the late 17th century
- late-Baroque church and monastery of Reformed Franciscan Order, from the early 18th century, dedicated to the Holy Trinity
- Greek-Catholic church of the Transfiguration of our Lord, from the 1700s
- former tserkov of Dormition of the Mother of God, currently Roman Catholic chapel of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary
- monastery of Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, from the latter half of 1800s
- former building of Sokół Gymnastic Society, today Municipal Culture Centre
- bench of Prof. Edward Kieferling
- statue of Father Jerzy Popiełuszko
- lance-shaped monument in honour of Leon Czechowski