At the outskirts of Nałęczów there is a small zoo. It was created in order to show animals once domesticated by man which are bred for milk, meat, eggs, wool, feathers. Apart from those, there are also domestic pets here.
The Nałęczów Literary Trail is one of the active forms of visiting the town and learning about its history and the outstanding people who have been associated with Nałęczów over the last 200 years. With the files downloadable online at: www.kraina.org.pl and the purpose-made map, we can take a walking tour and learn about the lives and creation of such literary figures as Bolesław Prus, Stefan Żeromski, or Ewa Szelburg – Zarembina. Mp4 players enabling access to the recorded voice guides can be rented from the Tourist Information Centre (Al. Kasztanowa 2).
Tel. (81) 501 61 01.
The Valley of the Bochotniczanka River is the heart of Nałęczów, as well as the Spa Park complex (Park Zdorjowy) with the sanatorium, pump room, palmhouse, the old baths, and the Małachowski Palace. The unique microclimate naturally regulating blood pressure makes a walk in the park immensely pleasurable and truly relaxing.