Nysa (German: Neisse or Neiße) is a medieval town in Opole Voivodeship, Poland. The town of 44,000 inhabitants was a big regional centre of importance during the Middle Ages. Today the centre of the town is a combination of medieval sights and post-war buildings.
The train station of Nysa is located quite close to the centre.
The town centre is small enough to cover everything on foot.
- 1 St. Jacob's and St. Agnes' Church and the bell tower.
- 2 Bishops Palace, ul. Biskupa Jarosława 11.
- 3 Town Scales House.
- 4 Ziębicka Tower.
- 5 Evangelic Church.
- 6 Bastion of St. Hedwig. Daily 08:00 - 16:00. The former bastion now serves as a location for parties and events.