Podlachia is situated 100 miles (161 kilometers) northeast of Warsaw, the national capital, and 130 miles (209 kilometers) south of Kaunas.
When staying in Podlachia find a tranquil setting in one of its well-designed urban parks. Set aside a day to explore J. Dziekonski Park, Natta River Park or Constitution Park of the 3rd of May, some of the best local parks for a day out with the family.
If you want to surround yourself with nature, plan a trip to Bialowieza Forest and Wigry National Park, two protected reserves where outdoor types often go to find some tranquility. These two nature areas are delightful places where you can check out the scenery.
For a little adventure of the indoor kind, why not visit the Regional Museum and the Augustow Canal Museum, two of the most popular museums in the Podlachia area. Study the displays, browse the exhibits or simply enjoy the peaceful spaces.
Suwalki Plaza is the perfect place to go to if you love shopping and people watching. This is a busy attraction filled with fashion, accessories and grocery shops.
The Bialystok Historical Museum is an excellent destination to go to discover the city’s compelling past. Enjoy the museum’s interesting displays and examine the historic relics throughout this peaceful place.
Step into the privileged world of The influential families that helped shape. Call into he well-preserved Branicki Palace, where the upper echelons of Podlachia society once lived, worked and entertained.
Whether you’re staying in the Podlachia area business or relaxation, you’ll get more out of your visit by spending a little time at the Church of St. Alexander and the Rynek Zygmunta Monument.