Warsaw, the country's capital, is located 120 miles (193 kilometers) west of Bialowieza.
See firsthand why Warsaw - Eastern Poland is so universally-loved by visitors, by renting a vehicle and setting off to explore the cornucopia of natural and cultural attractions in the vicinity of Bialowieza. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Kleszczele, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the east, and Ksiezyno 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the southeast.
Bialystok, is another good place to head to. It is about 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Bialowieza and offers a wide range of points of interest, like J. Dziekonski Park, Bialystok Puppet Theater and Bialystok City Stadium. If you still have time left, be sure to check out Bialystok Historical Museum and Branicki Palace before heading back to Bialowieza.
No matter what your spiritual beliefs, visitors are sure to enjoy at Warsaw - Eastern Poland's churches and other holy sites. Feed your mind by spending a few hours at Warsaw - Eastern Poland's excellent history museums, art museums and art galleries.
When the temperatures climb, do what the locals do and head to Warsaw - Eastern Poland's much-loved waterways for a day of swimming or boating. Warsaw - Eastern Poland features plenty of laid-back pursuits. Set aside some time for picnicking or sunbathing and feel your stresses melt away.
When it's time to leave this special part of the world, bid a fond Narazie (farewell) to the new friends you've made and the places you've seen.