The 8 Best Things to Do in Sanok, Poland

October 20, 2017 Deane Carmody

Sanok [ˈsanɔk] (in full the Royal Free City of Sanok - Polish: Królewskie Wolne Miasto Sanok, Ukrainian: Cянік, Latin: Sanocum, Yiddish: סאניק‎, Sonik) is a town in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship of south-eastern Poland with 38,397 inhabitants, as of June 2016. Located on the San River and around 52km south of Przemyśl, Sanok lies directly below the Carpathian Mountains.
Restaurants in Sanok

1. Galeria Zdzislawa Beksinskiego

ul. Zamkowa 2, Sanok 38-500, Poland +48 13 463 06 09
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5 based on 131 reviews

Galeria Zdzislawa Beksinskiego

Galeria znajduje się w głównej siedzibie Muzeum Historycznego w Sanoku - w królewskim zamku w centrum miasta. Jest to największa na świecie wystawa prac tego artysty (ok. 600 sztuk).

Reviewed By Carolina Z - Warsaw, Poland

When i saw the castle for the first time I was surprised! The castle was renewed we've got beautiful weather so we could see the Mountains. The Gallery is absolutely awesome and great! I have never seen so many exhibits! The icons, paintings and of course Beksinski gallery. the greatest one and unique in the world. If you are somewhere around YES keep going to Sanok and visit this astonishing place.

2. Ruiny Warownego Klasztoru Karmelitow Bosych

ul. Pilsudskiego 137, Zagorz 38-540, Poland +48 13 462 20 36
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4.5 based on 33 reviews

Ruiny Warownego Klasztoru Karmelitow Bosych

Reviewed By AlbertSalichs - Manresa, Spain

Ruiny Warownego Klasztora Karmelitow is the ruins of a Carmelites Monastery located close to the little town called Zagórz, near Bieszczady Natural Park, in the Southeastern part of Poland. The ruins are big, romantic, well-conserved and very beautiful. It is possible to go up to the tower and see fantastic views of the ruins and surroundings. Moreover, it is necessary to do a little and nice excursion (about 15 minutes by walk) to arrive in the ruins. A very good visit if you come to the Natural Park.
(See also Bieszczady and Dam in Solina)

3. Skansen w Sanoku

ul. Aleksandra Rybickiego 3, Sanok 38-500, Poland +48 13 463 16 72
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4.5 based on 228 reviews

Skansen w Sanoku

Reviewed By sandymoos - Moscow, Pennsylvania

We live in Rzeszow so it took about an hour and a half to drive there, but clearly worth the trip.
The season begins May 1, so there weren't too many visitors; no crowds. The buildings were locked.
This place is a bit like the one in Kolbuczowa-but more expansive and worth the extra drive time. Do both, if you can.

4. Museum of Icons

1 Zamkowa, Sanok, Poland +48 13 463 06 09
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4.5 based on 75 reviews

Museum of Icons

Reviewed By JFLR187198 - Nantes, France

For art buffs like us, this museum was a delight. The icon section is very interesting and the contemporary artists on display are not to be missed. Excellent restoration of the castle itself.

5. Sanok Historical Museum - Royal Castle

Zamkowa 2, Sanok 38-500, Poland +48 13 463 06 09
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Sanok Historical Museum - Royal Castle

Reviewed By KSagala - Warsaw, Poland

Sanok historical museum is located in interesting building, but the best views are inside. There are quite a lot icons and liturgical objects from Orthodox and Greek Catholic churches from different places in Poland, and some paintings, mostly XX century art, but there is also the biggest gallery of my favourite painter - Zdzisław Beksiński with his best works.

6. St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church

Smolnik podkarpackie, Sanok 38-713, Poland
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St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church

Reviewed By Rafał B - Poznan, Poland

Cerkiew w Smolniku pochodzącą z XVII w. zwiedziłem gdy pogoda nie pozwalała ruszyć na wędrówki po górach. Jest to jedna z 3 bodaj w Polsce cerkwi typu bojkowskiego ( podobna w Bieszczadach jest w Równii ) - charakteryzuje się piękną trójnawością (nawa, prezbiterium i kruchta / babiniec) przy czym nawa jest wyraźnie większa. Cechą charakterystyczną są cebulkowate kopuły. Od 2013 jest wpisana na listę UNESCO. Obecnie cerkiew jest filią kościoła rzymskokatolickiego Będąc w Bieszczadach koniecznie trzeba wybrać się na pól dnia by zwiedzić kilka cerkwi (Smolnik, Równia, Hoszów, Rabe, Bystre, Michniowiec) - polecam.

7. Centrum Sportow Ekstremalnych

Poprzeczna 2, Sanok 38-500, Poland +48 695 415 069
Centrum Sportow Ekstremalnych

8. Iconsway

Rynek, Sanok 38-500, Poland
Iconsway

Discover the a historical Trail Osława together with us, Discover the most beautiful, forgotten spots from the Bieszczady Mountains. Tour 9-hour tour. The entrance to the eight properties of wooden architecture. In the Zagorz Wielopole, Morochowie, Szczawnym,Turzansk, Turzansku,Wisłoku Great,Radoszycach. Special places, attractive prices.An unforgettable experience.

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