Things to see and do - Sanok
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Sanok Travel guide
Sanok : Michelin's recommendations
Sanok became renowned in the 19C for its coachwork factories, before expanding in the 20C into the fields of engines, rubber and machinery manufacture. Recent industrial decline has made the city reassess its activities. With its rich cultural and religious history, plus its geographical location making it the perfect base from which to explore the Bieszczady region (popular with Polish, Slovakian and Ukranian visitors), Sanok is poised to enjoy a bright future.
Tourist attractions Sanok : Things to see and do
Ul. Zamkowa 2 PL - Sanok
Located in the Renaissance castle of Sanok on the site of an ancient Rusyn fortress, the museum has a collection of icons almost unparalled in Poland displayed over several floors. Over 300 examples give visitors a clear idea of how icons were produc..
Ul. Rybickiego 3 PL - Sanok
On the right bank of the River San, at the foot of the modest Slonne mountains, Sanok's skansen is internationally renowned. Its 38ha-site has structures bearing witness to the art and architecture of the four main ethnic groups who inhabited the reg..
PL - Mrzyglód
This itinerary to the north of Sanok reveals more Greco-Catholic wood churches. It follows the River San towards Mrzygod. The most interesting churches are to the north of this little town, in the villages of Hlomcza, Rodzina, Dobra Szlachecka and Ul..
ul. Łazienna 1 PL - 38-500 Sanok
Centrum Promocji Zdrowia Sanvit is a 3-star hotel located by the Market Square, offering classically appointed rooms with free Wi-Fi. There is a gym, a sauna and a salt cave to relax in. Each room at Sanvit includes a TV and a private bathroom. Ther..
ul. Jagiellońska 49 PL - 38-500 Sanok
Hotel Jagielloński is located in the centre of Sanok, about 650 metres from Sanok Miasto Train Station. It offers accommodation with free monitored parking and Wi-Fi. The rooms are spacious and feature wooden furniture. There is a flat-screen TV wit..