Cisna sits on the borderland between territories once inhabited by the Boyks to the east and Lemks to the west. The region was densely populated before WWII; today Cisna counts fewer than 500 inhabitants, yet is still the largest village in the central part of the Bieszczady. Though not especially attractive in itself, Cisna has a decent choice of accommodation and is a good base for hiking. It is also the place to board the narrow-gauge tourist train.
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