Biała is in the historic Silesia (Upper Silesia) region at the confluence of the Biała river. The city is on the Głubczyce Plateau (a part of the Silesian Lowlands).
The town possesses numerous architectural monuments and historic buildings such as a castle and "Prudnicka Tower" (Wieża Bramy Prudnickiej) from the 15th century.
The town was founded in 1327, making it one of the oldest in the country, and was historically part of the Duchy of Opole and the Habsburg Empire. Over the centuries, Biała was in Prussia, Germany, and eventually Poland. It was once an important industrial hub known.
The 306 Gogolin-Prudnik railway line through Biała no longer operates.
- 1 Castle of Biała.
- 2 Prudnicka Tower.
- 3 Jewish cemetery.
- 4 Water tower.
- 5 St Mary's Church.
- 6 Saints Peter and Paul Church.
- 1 Gościniec Iwona, ul. Nyska 2. Set in Biała, Gościniec Iwona has a garden. The property provides a shared lounge. At the guest house, every room is fitted with a wardrobe. Guests at Gościniec Iwona can enjoy a buffet breakfast. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can provide tips on the area. Opole is 40 km from the accommodation.
- Moszna Castle, built using different architectural styles which lends to it an eclectic taste. It is now a hospice house, hotel, and restaurant. Tourists can walk its grounds free of charge.
- Opole, the capital city of Opole Voivodeship known for the one of the most popular song festivals in Poland, which takes place each year in June.
- Prudnik, the capital city of Prudnik County rich in history and heritage.
- Wrocław, a large city rich in history and heritage.