Lomza is located approximately 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Warsaw, the country's capital.
Lomza isn't the only spot in Warsaw - Eastern Poland worth experiencing; visitors with plenty of time should also hit the road and discover the magic of the surrounding landscapes, cities and towns. Ostroleka and Ostrow Mazowiecka are two more places you may wish to visit while you're in Warsaw - Eastern Poland.
Once you've fully explored Lomza, why not visit the nearest regional city. Bialystok lays 45 miles (72 kilometers) away and features sights like Bialystok Historical Museum, Bialystok Puppet Theater and Bialystok City Stadium. And don't head back to Lomza until you've spent a little time at Bialystok's J. Dziekonski Park and Branicki Palace.
For a window into local culture, make a beeline for Warsaw - Eastern Poland's art museums, art galleries and history museums. Warsaw - Eastern Poland is home to a number of churches and other holy sites, great places to get an insight into Lomza's spiritual side.
The Lomza area offers plenty of exciting ways to get into its unique landscapes. So why not enquire about one of the quad biking or horse riding excursions available. Finding one of the segway tours, cycling tours and city walking tours is an interesting way to gain a deeper understanding of Warsaw - Eastern Poland.
All things have to end, but be rest assured, when it's time to say "Narazie" to Lomza, you'll be leaving with great photos and memories to take home.