CHYROW. 49. Route. 283
At the S. end of the town lies the Volksgarten (rail, stat.), a
favourite resort with shady walks, containing the Schiitzenhaus
(restaurant), the Public Baths, and the Botanic Garden (to the
S.W.). Pleasant walks to the Banaid Grove on the Bischofsberg,
which affords a good view of the town, and to the (3/j hr.) wood
of Horecza, near the interesting old church of which a fine survey
of the valley of the Pruth is enjoyed.
From Czernowitz to Bucharest, 336 M., express in 16 hrs. At (56 M.)
Suczawa, the Austrian frontier-station, luggage coming from Roumania is
examined at the custom-house. 5772 M. Bordujeni, the first Roumanian
station (custom-house examination for travellers from Austria). The train
now runs near the Szeret, the principal river of Moldavia. From (67 M.)
Verestie a branch-line diverges to Botosani. 96 M. Pascani, junction for
Jassy, Kishenev, and Odessa; 120 M. Roman; 148 M. Bakeu; 200 M. Marasesci
(branch-lines via, Tecuciu to Berlad and to Galatz); 212 M. Foscani; 25572 M.
Buzeu (branch-line to Braila and Galatz); 298'/2 M. Ploesci (p. 412); 336 M.
Bucharest, see p. 413.
49. From Stanislau to Dzieditz via Stryj, Neu-
Zagorz, and Saybusch.
365 M. Railway in 20-24 hrs.; fares 18, 12, 6 fl.
Stanislau, see p. 281. The train crosses the Bystrica. Near
(26 M.)Kaiusz, a busy little town, it crosses the Lomnica. Beyond
(35 M.) Krechowice we near the N. spurs of the Carpathians. Pretty
hill-scenery. From (44 M.) Dolina a local line runs to the large
steam saw-mill of (6 M.) Wygoda. We cross the Swica to (52 M.)
Bolechdw. 58 M. Morszyn, with mud-baths. We cross the Stryj
to (67 M.) Stryj (Rail. Restaurant; pop. 16,276), a district town
with important cattle-markets, visited in summer for the sake of
the river-baths, junction for Munkacs and Lemberg (pp. 360, 281).
76 M. Gaje- Wyzne; 80 M. Bolechowce-Neudorf. From (84 M.)
Drohobycz (Rail. Restaurant; pop. 17,784), a district town with a
chateau, a fine Gothic church, salt-works, and brisk trade, a branch-
line runs S.W. through the Tysmienica Valley to (7y2 M.) Borysiaw,
with its valuable petroleum and ozocerite beds, which yield about
30,000 tons of petroleum annually. To the S. of Drohobycz (6 M.)
are the sulphur and salt baths of Truskawiec. — 92 M. Dobrowlany ;
102 M. Dublany-Kranzberg; then across the Dniester to (110y2 M.)
Sambor, a district town (14,324 inhab.). The train crosses the Strwiaz,
a tributary of the Dniester. Stations: Nadyby and Gleboka-Felsztyn.
130 M. Chyrow (Rail.Restaurant), junction for Przemysl (p. 280).
1411/2 M. Krdscienko. The train crosses the Strwiaz and runs
through a wooded hill-region. 144 M. Ustrzyki; 157 M. Olszanica.
Then through a short tunnel to (164 M.) Lisko-Lukawica in the
valley of the San, and across the San and the Oslawa to (169*/2 M.)
Neu-Zagorz (Rail. Restaurant), a basket-making place, junction of
the Carpathian line to Mezb-Laborcz and Legenye-Mih&lyi (p. 359).
The Galician line follows the San to (173y2M.) Sanok and turns