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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

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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.


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The largest dam and hydroelectric plant in Poland.


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




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


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

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