Bialystok is located approximately 110 miles (177 kilometers) from Warsaw, the national capital.
Bialystok offers some nice places to see. Branicki Palace and the Bialystok Historical Museum are two good options.
See why Warsaw - Eastern Poland is so frequented by travelers from all over the world, by taking to the road and experiencing the wonderful natural and man-made attractions in the vicinity of Bialystok. Sokolka, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest, and Goniadz, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southeast of Bialystok are also worth visiting should you have the time.
When you come to Bialystok, why not head to Suwalki. Approximately 70 miles (113 kilometers) away, this regional city is home to Church of St. Alexander, Wigry National Park and Suwalki Plaza. Constitution Park of the 3rd of May and Regional Museum are also good places to spend a little time.
Warsaw - Eastern Poland is a good spot for visitors who get excited about gardens, open-air museums and open-air exhibits. Tourists searching for places to learn more about local spiritual beliefs, will relish visiting some of the region's churches.
Have a break from seeing the sights and spend a few relaxing hours swimming or boating. When you hear the call to adventure, follow the lead of active locals and spend the day bungee jumping and horse riding.
When the time comes to pack your suitcase and say "Narazie" to Bialystok, you'll be well stocked up with happy memories.