Skierniewice [skʲɛrɲɛˈvʲit͡sɛ] is a town in central Poland with 48,327 inhabitants (2016), situated in the Łódź Voivodship (since 1999), previously capital of Skierniewice Voivodship (1975–1998). It is the capital of Skierniewice County. The town is situated almost exactly halfway between Łódź and Warsaw.
Restaurants in Skierniewice
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Skierniewice zasługują na wyeksponowanie szeregu obiektów. Jednym z nich jest
odnowiona stacja kolejowa, która po odnowieniu stanowi wizytówkę miasta.
Dworzec posiadał duże znaczenie na historycznej kolejowej trasie łączącej Warszawę z
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Duża atrakcja dla miłośników parowozów i wszystkiego, co kolejowe ...
Polecam oczywiście zwiedzać z przewodnikiem - najlepiej podczas jakichś otwartych imprez. Ja skorzystałem z dni otwartych podczas tradycyjnych, wrześniowych, skierniewickich Dni Kwiatów, Owoców i Warzyw ...
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Rawka is fantastic kayaking opportunity right in the middle of Poland. It's got it's "mountainous" rank thanks to lots of trees fallen into the stream, which makes kayaking trips very interesting but also a big unknown with many places, where you have to get out of your kayak and find another way of getting around the obstacles. You can take a trip as short as few hours or as long as few days. The trip organisers stated that it is possible to start the adventure as high as Rawa Mazowiecka town, and go right to the river estuary into bigger river Bzura around Kęszyce village. Polish tourist society recognises the stretch between Nowy Dwór and Kęszyce as a hardest part of the river, and that stretch got their mentioned above mark. Two best kayak rental places (also providing transport and accommodation) are "Ośrodek Sosenka" and "Grabskie Sioło", both quite close to each other, both located in the village of Budy Grabskie just few minutes drive from Skierniewice. Easy reachable from Warsaw on the new motorway. Big fun for all ages and abilities.
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This landscape park, or AONB, was established in 1986, and currently covers an area of 20512,32 ha. Many marked walking trials cross the Park, but the main draw in recent years is the Rawka river with its unpredictable nature. Lots of fallen trees and quite fast current make the time spent on kayaking that river a fantastic adventure for all ages. Mainly forested area easy to reach from capital city Warsaw by motorway, also easy to explore by the network of narrow but mainly good roads. Good place to spent the weekend out.
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A very busy local open space, very safe fenced off from the road, playground for toddlers, bmx/skate park obstacles, basket ball court, 5 aside and a lot more, occasional music Concerts BMX/skate competitions, activities for kids in the holidays. Very popular with all ages. Local shops nearby for drinks ice creams etc, nearest toilets at Tesco 5 minute walk away.
4 based on 8 reviews
We came to look at the ropes adventure course by the Reservoir and found the beach packed with people, pedelos, kayaks, and swimming with very good lifeguarding set up. There is a large skate park plus a gym fit trail and paths all around the Reservoir where people were hiking and biking. I was amazed at all the stuff going on in this sleepy market town.
There was beer tents set up and a small ice cream shop nearby, some portaloos if you dare. There is also lots of parking as its a half hour walk from the main town square.
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Lipce reymontowskie to dziwna wieś. Znajdują się w nich trzy muzea i dom, w którym mieszkał Reymont. Na cmentarzu można odnaleźć symboliczną mogiłę bohatera "Chłopów" - Boryny. Na terenie Muzeum regionalnego znajduje się chłopska zagroda, w Muzeum Czynu Zbrojnego można zobaczyć trochę uzbrojenia i poznać tradycje Batalionów Chłopskich, przy torach znajduje dawna stacja kolejowa i dalej polną drogą dom Władysława Reymonta. Dojechać tam nie łatwo, zobaczyć - nie koniecznie.
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I came accross a listing for this cemetery when researching history on Skierniewice and thought I'd take a look. Not the easiest place to find but a plague on a stone marks the entrance to a tree lined track leading to the small graveyard. It's in a poor state but very interesting in the history of the town. Worth a visit
3 based on 10 reviews
the original site of the Towns market 500years old, a large cobbled area used for events and has a large set of Fountains in the centre and popular with local kids fro running in when the weather is good. plenty of shops surrounding the square with free parking on the streets. Open Cafe on one side ( see separate listing)
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