Jasionka is located some 150 miles (241 kilometers) from Warsaw, the country's capital, and about 95 miles (153 kilometers) from Krakow.
Don't limit yourself to Jasionka; this region contains a wealth of natural and man-made attractions which await the savvy traveler. If you are keen to experience more of the region, head 5 miles (8 kilometers) where you'll find Rzeszow. Here you can enjoy the Rzeszow Town Hall and Rzeszow Market Square.
Take a trip to Poland's historic ruins, it's a good way to gain an understanding of the area's fascinating past. When the sun is shining, why don't you discover Poland's lighthouses, open-air museums and farms?.
The Poland area has a number of great places to enjoy swimming, so ensure you fit that into your itinerary. Kite surfing is another popular activity here. Should you hear the call to adventure, follow the lead of active locals and spend a few hours bungee jumping and caving.
Taste the cuisine of Poland by trying the food that is eaten here. You'll find that beef and cabbage are often-used components in typical local dishes. Kotlet schabowy (breaded cutlet) and gołąbki (soft boiled cabbage leaves wrapped around minced meat) are some popular regional treats worth trying. Piernik (gingerbread) is a popular dessert in these parts.
At the end of your holiday in Jasionka, use the last of your zloties on last minute keepsakes and say Narazie (farewell).