Warsaw, which is the national capital, is situated 110 miles (177 kilometers) west of Hajnowka.
Vacationing in just one place, regardless of its popularity, will only ever provide you with a glimpse into the broader cultural and natural fabric of a region. So be sure to set aside enough time to enjoy Warsaw - Eastern Poland's other natural and man-made attractions. Ksiezyno, lays 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southeast, and Bialystok can be found 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southeast.
Bialystok is around 30 miles (48 kilometers) from Hajnowka. This center includes a diverse range of visitor attractions, like Branicki Palace, Bialystok City Stadium and J. Dziekonski Park. Bialystok Historical Museum and Bialystok Puppet Theater are a number of other interesting attractions worth checking out for those who have more time on their hands.
Visit Warsaw - Eastern Poland's history museums, art galleries and art museums. These are great destinations to explore, especially when the weather is a little moody. You'll find a few moments of serenity at Warsaw - Eastern Poland's churches.
Travelers searching for action should get their heart pumping by signing up for a horse riding or quad biking adventure. There can be times when one of the better ways to truly dig below the veneer of a destination is by tapping into local knowledge. This region offers some fascinating city walking tours, segway tours and cycling tours.
You won't want to say "Narazie" (farewell) to this magnetic area.