Sanok is serviced by PKP intercity trains, as well as local and regional bus services. Sanok is linked by various highways to other towns and cities in southeastern Poland.
Sanok is compact and many points of interest are easily accessible by foot. Taxis congregate near shops in the central area, and fares tend to be low.
- Skansen. An ethnographic museum known throughout Poland.
- Queen Bona Castle
- Zdzisław Beksiński Artwork
- Traces of Jewish history, including former synagogues
Sanok lends itself to casual exploration. Set out on foot from the Rynek (town square) and explore the sights of this quaint town. In addition, Sanok is close to the Bieszczady Mountains and numerous parks.
- KH Sanok. Sanok's best known sports team is its ice hockey club, which plays in the Polish equivalent of the premiership. Matches take place in the new Sanok Arena.
You can find most necessities (and more than a few luxuries) in the various shops situated in the centrum area. Outdoor markets are an excellent source of locally-grown foods.
Sanok provides a full range of accommodations, including new and modern full-service hotels, budget hotels, and hostels. As compared to major Polish cities such as Warsaw and Kraków, prices are modest.
- Dom Turysty, ul. Mickiewicza 29, ☎ +48 13 463 14 39. Budget hotel with a very basic range of services. 70-110 zł.
- Hotel Pod Trzema Różami, ul. Jagiellońska 13, ☎ +48 13 463 09 22. This comfortable hotel located near the centre provides travellers with basic amenities. 80-140 zł.
- Hotel Sanvit, ul. Łazienna 1, ☎ +48 13 46 55 088. This very modern hotel located at the centre provides a restaurant, sauna and other amenities to visitors. 120-260 zł.
Sanok is close (approximately 40 km) to Bieszczady National Park, a largely pristine environment suitable for hiking and exploring.