Campings Podkarpackie Voivodeship

The Podkarpackie Voivodeship is associated primarily with picturesque Bieszczady Mountains. Polonynas, iconic shelters and Lake Solina, known as Bieszczady Sea, attracts tourists who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city even for a moment and spend time away from everyday worries in accordance with the slogan "Drop everything and go to Bieszczady!".

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Podkarpackie attractions for children and more

Podkarpacie is the southernmost region of Poland, bordering two countries: Slovakia and Ukraine, as well as the following provinces: Lublin Voivodeship, Lesser Poland Voivodeship and Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship. The capital of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship is Rzeszów with a nice market square, decorated with a beautiful 16th-century town hall. The famous Underground Tourist Route „Rzeszów Cellars” runs under the market square with a rich exhibition presenting replicas of knight's armor and weapons, old ceramics and everyday objects. Among the numerous monuments, it is also worth mentioning Rzeszów castle, Lubomirski Palace and Old Town synagogue. A campsite in the vicinity of Rzeszów is a great choice for people traveling with children, because there are many attractions here aimed at the youngest. The biggest attraction of this type is Brzezóvka entertainment complex with a playground, water park and historical park. Children should also be taken to the playground at the Gravel Pit and to Papugarnia, while good fun and learning await visitors to the Museum of Bedtime Cartoons.

Attractions in the Bieszczady Mountains

There are also attractions for children and adults in the Bieszczady Mountains. The best way to experience the full charm of these magical mountains is to go to a campsite in the Bieszczady Mountains. In addition to the most popular mountain trails leading to the Caryńska, Wetlińska and Bukowska polonynas, Tarnica or Mała and Wielka Rawka, tourists can find here a narrow-gauge forest railway, numerous Orthodox churches, a forest mini-zoo in Liszna, and in the nearby Sanok, an open-air museum and a castle with a unique collection of works by Zdzisław Beksiński. 

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