Bieszczady are a magnet for those, who love nature. It is said that it is the wildest region in Poland, although now, especially the popular tails, are filled with people. The South-East part of our country amazes. The mountains, mostly covered with a forest, give a sense of clearance, the lake allows to rest, and multiple wooden Catholic and Orthodox churches are a symbol of various cultures and beliefs. When you’re there, you should see Komańcza, with the place, where bishop Stefan Wyszyński was interned, walk on the San’s dam, or swim on water bikes or a sailboat on the artificial water tank - Solińskie lake.

To reach the peak of the mountains, you should reserve a couple of hours and bring water and food with you.

Bieszczady Mountains are located 200 km from Tarnów.

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The Monument of the First Transport of Prisoners to KL Auschwitz

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Lusławice - European Music Centre of Krzysztof Penderecki



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