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Solina is a village in the Subcarpathian Voivodship in Poland, near the shores of artificial Lake Solina. It is a popular spa town and water sports centre. Solina lies in the Bieszczady mountains.

Solina dam and lake

Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

Krakow International Airport is located northwest of Solina and Rzeszów International Airport is located north of Solina.

By train[edit]

Solina can be reached by train from Krakow. The place is south of the Nowy Sącz - Sanok railway line. In Zagórz you have to change to the bus.

By bus[edit]

Regional buses go to Rzeszów and the surrounding areas.

By car[edit]

The connecting road leads down the river to Sanok or up the river to the Bieszczady National Park. The road DK 28 leads north past the place.

Get around[edit]

The place is easy to explore on foot or by bike. It is best to have your own mobile stand for exploring the area.

See[edit]

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The largest dam and hydroelectric plant in Poland.

Do[edit]

Go hiking and cycling in the nearby mountains, and in the cold season do winter sports.

Buy[edit]

Eat[edit]

Drink[edit]

The nightlife is more likely to take place in the nearby Polańczyk spa port.

Sleep[edit]

Guest rooms and pensions are available. The choice in the nearby Lesko, Sanok der Polańczyk is larger.

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