The Cycle route Driečna - Pulawy

The village museum Driečna
The village museum Driečna
The cycle route starts in the Stropkov district in the village of Vladiča - part of Driečna. It is 203 km long and leads to Pulawy, Poland. On the Slovak side, there is a shorter part of the route (53 km). We recommend that you visit the village museum, which will take you from the cradle to the grave. In addition to the interior of the 200-year-old temple, you can also admire the historic firefighting equipment and war equipment.

The cycle route, which is lined with bilingual information panels with a map and information for cyclists about the surrounding natural and cultural heritage, passes through the villages of Vladiča, Staškovce, Makovce, Hawaii, Malá Poľana, Miková, Rokytovce, Krásny Brod, the town of Medzilaborce, villages of Habura and Čertižné and heads to the Polish side, where you can continue to the village of Jaśliska, or return through the highest point of the route - Kút hill (697 m above sea level) to Driečna. You can download the route map below.

The route offers the visitor unusual views of the Beskydy Mountains on groomed, natural, and normal roads. You can find gazebos with a fireplace on them, which can be used for a pleasant rest with a snack or overnight in your sleeping bag. You will walk through interesting places, so if you find some time, don't forget to go to visit the monastery in the village of Krásny Brod and the nearby Čertov kameň rock. On your route visit the Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art or the mini-museum in the town of Medzilaborce and visit the statue of Prince Laborec in the village of Habura. If you are in Čertižné, go see the memorial room of the important Ruthenian awakener Adolf I. Dobrianský, who is buried in the local cemetery.