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Towns within the region


The most beautiful city in the region, Przemyśl stands out for its rich history and numerous landmarks representing multicultural heritage typical of a border area. This is also an important cultural centre - home to a number of museums and galleries, as well as festivals and events. Most of all Przemyśl is attractive for its numerous sights, including the remains of Austrian forts, which are scattered throughout the whole town:

  • Archcathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and of St. John the Baptist, from the 15-16th century; originally Gothic, later it was reconstructed in Baroque style
  • Greek Catholic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist built in the 1600s.
  • Baroque Franciscan Church built in the 18th century, with interior containing lush Rococo furnishings
  • Baroque Carmelite monastery from the 1600s
  • church and monastery of Friars Minor from the 1600s
  • Convent of Benedictine nuns from the 17-18th century
  • tserkov of Basilian monks, built in 1930-1935
  • Przemyśl castle, erected in the 14th century following orders of King Casimir the Great at a location of an early medieval fortified settlement
  • forts and entrenchments of the Fortress of Przemyśl from the times of the First World War, ranking among the most unique historical examples of military architecture in Europe.

Notable landmarks in the vicinity of Przemyśl include the castle in Krasiczyn, ranking among Poland’s most valuable examples of Renaissance architecture. It is located within a truly impressive landscape park.

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Ustrzyki Dolne

Ustrzyki Dolne is a winter capital of the Podkarpackie Region. Because of the local climate and terrain, this is an excellent place for winter sports. Within the town limits there are two major ski stations: Gromadzyń and Laworta Ropeway. The ski routes have been approved by FIS, therefore they can hold major skiing competitions. In addition to downhill and snowboard trails, in Ustrzyki Dolne there are also cross-country skiing trails ranking among the best in Poland. The trail on Mount Żuków has been approved by FIS. Tourists are also invited to Ustrzyki Dolne in the summer, where, on the nearby hills they can use a dense network of delineated routes, including 25 kilometres of hiking trails, 150 kilometres of horse-riding routes, and 100 kilometres of cycling trails. Established on top of Mount Laworta, the DOWNHILL Cycling Park offers three routes designed for extreme cycling.


The main tourist attractions here include the Natural Museum and the Research and Education Centre of the Bieszczady National Park. The respective expositions focus on the local history and ethnography as well as Bieszczady flora and fauna.

Other notable landmarks in Ustrzyki Dolne include:

  • Bieszczady Museum of Milling dating from 1925
  • Former synagogue from the first half of the 19th century, today home to a library
  • Jewish cemetery from the 19th and 20th century
  • Greek-Catholic church of the Dormition of the Mother of God dating from 1847
  • Neo-Gothic church with a valuable 17th century icon of Madonna and the Child, brought by those relocated from Bełz.



By tourists called “a gateway into the Bieszczady”, Sanok is also a significant centre of economy and culture. The most interesting tourists attractions here include:

  • Ethnographic Park – Museum of Rural Architecture, established in Sanok in 1966; This is the largest open-air exposition in Poland. Visitors can admire artefacts of material culture left behind by ethnographic groups formerly inhabiting this area: Bojko, Łemko, Pogórzanie and Dolinianie
  • Historical Museum located in the 16th century castle is widely known for its large and unique exposition of icons from Podkarpacie and for its collection of works by Zdzisław Beksiński, a renowned contemporary artist who was born in Sanok
  • Orthodox Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity from 1784.
  • Town Square with a 17th century Franciscan Monastery, and eclectic-style Town Hall; nearby – a stylish pedestrian area with a statue of Good Soldier Švejk.


Lesko is an important cultural and tourist centre. Places worth visiting here include:

  • Lesko Castle – built ca. 1550 by the Kmita family, the owners of Lesko. Reconstructed a number of times, today it holds a guest house
  • late-Gothic church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, with Baroque interior; it was founded in the first half of the 16th century by Piotr Kmita
  • brick synagogue whose defense-type structure was erected in the late 16th/early 17th century; today it is home to an art gallery of the Bieszczady Culture Centre
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Arłamów 38-700 Ustrzyki Dolne Polska
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