Today we are taking you to the east of Poland, to Subcarpathia. In addition to the beautiful Bieszczady Mountains, this region has many less obvious, but equally beautiful attractions. Due to the limited time, we were able to see only a small fragment of the attractions of Podkarpackie Voivodeship, but it was enough to catch the bug and plan another trip to the East. During the 4-day trip we visited Krosno trying there wonderful local wine and cheese; we crossed a wild, swampy, and sometimes survival road to the Duszatyn lakes, we were enchanted in the idyllic Jaśliska, we saw the Castle in Odrzykoń; we admired the unusual rocks in the Nature reserve Prządki; we drank healthy water in Iwonicz Zdrój and chilled in Stasiuk’s Dukla. We highly recommend Podkarpackie to rest, everyone will find something for themselves.
In the pictures: 1. Komańcza. One of Arkadiusz Andrejkow’s many works. The artist from Sanok decided to keep photos of the inhabitants of Podkarpackie villages for longer, He paints them on wooden buildings. The paintings with idyllic landscapes make a great atmosphere; 2. Jaśliska; 3. Road to the Duszatyn Lakes; 4. Road to the Kamieniec Castle; 5. Kamieniec Castle.