Sanok is located some 190 miles (306 kilometers) from Warsaw, the national capital, and about 110 miles (177 kilometers) from Krakow.
Poland is a well-established travel destination, which means getting from A to B is a breeze. Be sure schedule in sufficient time to explore the numerous scenic and cultural wonders the region has to offer. Iwonicz-Zdroj, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the east, and Ustrzyki Dolne, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northwest of Sanok are also worth visiting should you have the time.
To understand the present, it helps to return to the past. Poland's evocative castles provide a wonderful starting point. Travelers searching for quiet places for peace and reflection, will love visiting the region's many cathedrals.
Parasailing is the perfect activity for those longing to get in touch with their wild side. Delve into a side of Poland most visitors don't see by spending time with a knowledgeable local on one of the cycling tours, city walking tours and wildlife spotting tours.
Get to the heart of the Poland cuisine by exploring regional restaurants and cafés. Beef and also cabbage are popular ingredients here. No trip to this region is complete without trying kotlet schabowy (breaded cutlet) and gołąbki (soft boiled cabbage leaves wrapped around minced meat). Piernik (gingerbread) is a commonly eaten final course.
Good things must come to an end, but be rest assured, when you have to leave Sanok, you'll have photos, memories and mementos to treasure.