Hajnówka is a small town in the north-eastern corner of Poland, close to the borders with Belarus and Lithuania. It’s a quiet, unassuming place, with a population of just a few thousand, but it has a rich history and a unique culture that make it well worth a visit. The town is home to the Hajnówka Forest Museum, one of the largest and most important forestry museums in Europe, and the Ethnographic Museum, which showcases the traditional culture of the region’s many different ethnic groups. There are also plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities in the surrounding forests, including hiking, cycling and fishing. And if you’re looking for a little nightlife, Hajnówka has a few pubs and clubs to keep you entertained.