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At the southeast corner of the Rynek is the Franciscan Church of the Holy Cross ,the town’s oldest, dating to the 1640s...
Sanok’s Museum of Folk Architecture is Poland’s largest skansen (open-air museum of traditional architecture)...
One of the more popular budget eateries in Sanok, this pizzeria below the Hotel Pod Trzema Różami also does a nice range of pasta dishes and salads.
Just down from the bronze statue of the soldier Švejk (from which it takes its name), this place has something for everyone: pierogi , pizza and pancakes.
Housed in the 16th-century castle , this museum is best known for its 700-piece collection of Ruthenian icons...
This amenable, folksy bar and restaurant on the main square serves up unusual Carpathian dishes, including hreczanyky (a local dish made with minced pork and buckwheat groats) and ogórki małosolne (lightly salted p...
This cosy cafe-bar, with a fireplace glowing in winter and outdoor terrace set up in summer, is a good place to have a drink, alcoholic or otherwise, year-round.
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