We visited Zamość and Roztocze on the first weekend in October.

This small area is a contact of cultures Polish, Ruthenian and Jewish amazed us with plenty of attractions.
On the first day we admired Roztocze Landscape Park with meandering river Tanwią of crystal clear water and picturesque waterfalls and trees with the first heralds autumn sunshine lit up.
We visited the palace Leszczynski Krasnobrod and Susiec the monument Kargul and Pawlak. where the director was born on New Year’s Eve Checinski -At the end of the day we stayed at Corral Guciów by the river Wieprz
open-air museum, where we met the lives of people who are living in the past


The second day we were spent on Roztocze West. We were in Szczebrzeszyn, where each of the tour participants photographed with a distinctive beetle. In Radecznica – called Czestochowa Lublin –  we visited Bernardine Monastery on the hill, the Sanctuary-Basilica of St. Anthony and St. Chapel on the water.  We drew the miraculous water from the spring. The next stage of our journey was Zwierzyniec with the Church on the island, a bell tower and brewery  with traditions.

On the last day we visited the “pearl of the Renaissance”, “Padua of the North” – Zamość. Walk around the city we started from the Old Town. We admired the baroque Town Hall, Armenian colorful houses, the Cathedral, the statue of Jan Zamoyski and fortifications of the old city. From the ramparts we admired the panorama of Zamość.
Additional attractions departure is a green sleigh ride in Roztocze forests in a truly Volodyovski character, barbecues at the stud horses, wine tasting at a local winery, film laser conquest of Zamosc and the fact that we were in Zamosc in preparation for rounds of 10-anniversary of the death capita Zamosc Jack Grechuta.