Bialystok is the largest city in the Podlaskie province of Poland, on the eastern border next to Lithuania, Belarus, and Russia's Kaliningrad Oblast. The international E-road E67 runs from Prague to Helsinki and passes through the town, as well as Warsaw, Riga, and Tallinn, making it well connected to Eastern Europe Apartments in Bialystok are within easy reach of Warsaw and Gdansk, as well as plenty of parks – almost a third of the town is made up of green spaces, which are particularly nice in summer. Bialystok apartments also give an added degree of privacy and independence to your holiday.
What to see and do
Bialystok earned the nickname The Versailles of Poland after the construction of the grand Baroque Branicki Palace, complete with gardens and pavilions, along with the city hall and churches built in French style. The most unusual building in the town is the Church of the Holy Spirit, with five domes, consecrated in 1999 and the largest Orthodox church in Poland. The Catholic cathedral, dating back to the 17th century, and other churches, such as the Old Church, and the Church of the Resurrection, are all impressive. The town is also home to a Historical Museum, Military Museum, and both adults and children are sure to enjoy the Puppet Theatre. Whenever you book Bialystok apartments, there's sure to be something good going on; the town's cultural calendar is packed with film festivals, folk festivals and carnivals, art festivals, music festivals, and concert series.