Warsaw, the national capital, is located 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the north of Skaryszew, while Krakow is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the southwest.
Why not spend some time exploring the area? Start with a trip to the the Convent of the Poor Church.
Discover why Masovia is so frequented by local and international travelers alike, by getting out and touring the abundance of man-made and natural attractions in the vicinity of Skaryszew. Journey 8 miles (13 kilometers) southeast to Radom, where you can enjoy the Galeria Rosa and Tadeusza Kosciuszki Park.
Rent a vehicle and spend half a day in Lublin, a major city for the region, located 55 miles (89 kilometers) from Skaryszew. The city offers plenty of tourist attractions, such as Catholic University of Lublin, Lublin Castle and Piaski Transmission Tower. Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Majdanek State Museum and Rynek are some more interesting attractions to see for those who have time left.
Sampling local food is often about more than just nutrition. It is a way of understanding the way of life in Masovia. Zrazy wołowe zawijane (dill cucumbers and onions wrapped in thin strips of beef) and pyzy z mięsem (round potato dumplings stuffed with meat) are common meal choices for travelers and local foodies alike. Those who who are not quite satisfied, can order nalesniki (pancakes filled with sweet white cheese), a lovely way to round out your Masovia (province) dining experience.
When it's time to leave this special part of the world, bid a fond Narazie (farewell) to the local characters you have met and the places you've spent time.