The centre of the town is the Hoff Square built during the inter-war period. It was then that the town gained a lot of its popularity and became a well know holiday resort. The front of the arcades was built in the thirties of the XX century. Then the main building was constructed next to the arcades. Today it houses the Town Hall, the information centre and a restaurant with one of the most popular attractions of Wisła – the white chocolate statue of the best Polish ski jumper Adam Małysz. In the south of the square there is the main Lutheran Protestant church of Apostels Peter and Paul and next to it you can see the Beskid Museum.
In the middle of the square a big fountain has been built which attracts lots of tourists especially on hot, summer days. At weekends and on holidays the square is surrounded by numerous stalls with handmade, local souvenirs .The square and the 1st May Street make up the most popular pedestrian promenade in Wisla, full of small shops, cafés and attractions. On one side of the Hoff Square, behind the railway tracks some new, modern ski jumps have been built and on the other side of the square there is the Kopczyński Park with a newly modernized amphitheatre. This is the place where one of the most popular folk festivals in Europe – The Week of Beskid Culture is held every year in the summer season. The park is adjacent to a sidewalk along the Vistula River.