Przeworsk County (Pol. powiat przeworski) is one of 21 land counties in Subcarpathian Voivodeship, Poland. The county covers an area of 698.4 km², its total population is over 78,000 people, the population density is 112.7 p/km². Its administrative centre is Przeworsk. Przeworsk County was formed on January 1, 1999 as a result of an administrative reform.
Przeworsk County geographically has a shape of a strap that extends from Dynów Highlands (south-west) to Tarnogrodzki Plateau (north-east). Such peculiarity of the geographical location of the county led to the diversity of the local relief: it varies from vast lowlands of the ancient Sandomierz Forest to the hill ridge in Przeworsk and Dynów Highlands. Two largest rivers of Subcarpathian Voivodeship, San and Vitsula rivers, run across the county. The county is characterized by frequent changes of weather conditions, meanwhile the index of solar energy that is annually received by county is one of the highest in Poland.
There are many monuments of sacred architecture in Przeworsk County. In particular there are three wooden churches in the villages of Nowosielce, Rudka, Siennów, built in the XVIIth-XVIIIth centuries. One of the oldest sacred complexes of the county is Church of the Bernardine Order, founded in 1461 in the town of Przeworsk, preserved till today. Pastewnik Skansen is another popular destination among tourists in Przeworsk, where one can get acquainted with the historical and architectural heritage of Przeworsk County and Subcarpathia in general. For those who enjoy mountain tourism there operates Arłamów ski lift in Kańczuga (previously Arłamów).