Cisna is situated about 220 miles (354 kilometers) south of Warsaw, the country's capital, and 120 miles (193 kilometers) southeast of Krakow.
Don't just limit yourself to Cisna; Poland has a treasure trove natural and cultural attractions just waiting to be explored. Ustrzyki Dolne, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southwest, and Zagorz is located 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the south.
When you ask the locals their sightseeing recommendations, they'll often point to the region's much-loved lighthouses, open-air museums and farms. Should the weather turns nasty; fear not, Poland is home to a range of craft workshops, art museums and history museums, guaranteed to keep culture vultures busy.
If you visit during winter, try out some of the local wintersports like snow shoeing and snowboarding. These are popular in the Poland. There's plenty of ways to make the most of the outdoors in and around Cisna. Hiking and mountain climbing are just two ways thrill seekers here can get their thrills.
Get a taste of the various tastes in Poland by tasting typical Poland dishes. You'll discover beef and cabbage are regularly used components in local dishes. Kotlet schabowy (breaded cutlet) and gołąbki (soft boiled cabbage leaves wrapped around minced meat) are are two perennial favorites with visitors and locals. End with piernik (gingerbread), a popular final course.
At the end of your time in Cisna, say farewell the way Polish's do, with a heartfelt "Narazie."