Lublin and Transcarpathia. What do these seemingly remote regions have in common? The mountainous areas of Uzhgorod in Zakarpattia and sometimes only the hills of Lublin, Kazimierz and the green Roztocze that stand out from the lowlands? We are not united by a common past, because we have little common history, architecture, cuisine and language are different. The several-month-long project carried out by the Lublin Institute of Remembrance and Borderland Heritage together with the Uzhhorod National Theater and the association of cross-border cooperation from Uzhgorod as part of the Poland-Belarus-Ukraine program showed that nothing could be more wrong. Joint conferences, videoconferences, dozens of joint conversations, visits, sightseeing and even cooking proved that we have much more in common. We want to encourage everyone to visit each other with this guide and comic book. We hope that the descriptions and stories contained in it will make you want to learn about the culture of the inhabitants of Transcarpathia and the Lublin region, that you will want to leave the paved tourist paths and go into the unknown. Not always Warsaw, Kiev, Krakow or Lviv, but the wonderful natural, culturally and architecturally great, as well as culinary delicious areas of Lublin and Transcarpathia will tempt you to visit ... I am convinced more than once.