A few meters from the palace, we get to the paved Third of May Street, which commemorates the Polish-Lithuanian Constitution of 1791, the first constitution in Europe and second in the world after the one in the United States of America. This is the main street of the city, crowded and commercial with shops and stately buildings housing bank headquarters as Bank Polski. In one corner, our friend Katarzyna enjoys the sunlight with her eyes closed while she waits for us. Not to scare Kata, we call her attention shouting her name in the distance, which makes her open her eyes and give us a warm welcome to the cold Rzeszów.
As Kata says, in the city center there are some of the most popular attractions of Rzeszów: the square and the City Hall of the 15th century, perhaps the best known place, the Market Square, the small Synagogue (17th century) and the large one (18th century), the huge Monument to the Revolution, the Basilica of Our Lady of Rzeszów and Wanda Siemaszkowa Theartre. The last two points are located together in a beautiful square as Kata tells us while our coffees and sweets Paczek are served.
As we walk up the Third of May St. the statue of a guitarist gets our attention. it is Tadeusz Nalepa, a polish singer and composer to whom the city pays tribute with his copper image, in the center of the city. Its color contrasts with the clear walls of the zone and this is where Kata says goodbye, indicating us with a big smile how to get to the "underground city", a mandatory visit, as we already know. From there, in the depths, we thank our friend the itinerary she has given to us and we feel the course of time of a city that has seen itself forced to adapt to the avatars of History.