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    Poland tours offer a diverse range of active holidays with its picturesque landscapes that include the Tatra Mountains and Baltic Sea. Poland cycling tours and walking holidays in Poland are some of the most popular adventures in the country, but there are also plenty of cultural excursions to consider. Plan a trip to Poland to discover the rich history and vibrant culture that makes this Central European country so special.

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      Eastern Poland Family-Friendly Bike Tour

      Added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979, the Polish part of the Białowieża Forest is one of the last places where you can see the ecosystem of the lowland forest with your own eyes. The Eastern Poland Family-Friendly Bike Tour is a spectacular journey that will showcase the home of over 800 European bison, as well as 50 species of mammals, around 200 species of birds and 1,000 species of insects.

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      Masurian Lakeland Self-Guided Bike Tour

      Masuria, also called “the land of a thousand lakes,” is a charming district of Poland and the setting for the Masurian Lakeland Self-Guided Bike Tour. Characteristic of this area are gentle hills and mighty dark forests, which cover almost 30% of Masuria. Above all, the lakes have shaped the face of Masuria. The largest is called Śniardwy and is a Masurian Sea with an area of 110 square kilometers. You’ll ride from lake to lake, stopping to swim or fish where you please. Enjoy a relaxed paddling tour and an organ concert to add depth to your biking adventures.

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      Biking Along the Vistula – Cracow to Warsaw

      The Biking Along the Vistula: Cracow to Warsaw tour is among the most popular in Poland. The route leads along the Vistula valley from Cracow to atmospheric Kazimierz Dolny, passing through many picturesque towns that date back to the reign of Kazimierz the Great. During the trip, you will stop off at some of the most important towns between Cracow and Warsaw. Thanks to the low difficulty level, this route is suitable for anyone who wants to explore the region by bike.

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      Masurian Lake District Cycling Tour

      Warmia and Masuria, also known as the land of a thousand lakes, is a unique water system in Europe that features a series of picturesque lakes connected by a network of rivers and streams. In addition to the natural beauty that can be found here, you will also find countless monuments and historic sites dedicated to the region’s rich past, such as the world-famous St. Mary’s Church in Gdansk, the largest brick castle in Europe in Malbork, the imposing cathedral in Frombork, and Adolf Hitler’s eastern headquarters known as the Wolf’s Lair in Gierloz. This area offers not only these fascinating cultural impressions, but also lets you experience untouched nature.

      10 days from $1,350USDDetails
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      Cycling the Baltic Coast to Gdansk

      Located in the north of the country, Poland’s Baltic coast is a beautifully serene place. Here you will find the island of Wolin, the eastern part of the island of Uznam, the Hela peninsula, numerous coastal lakes, cliffs and world-famous sand dunes, which can be found in the Slowinzer National Park near Leba. In total, the Polish Baltic Sea coast has more than 500 km of sandy beaches and is suitable for both water sports and sunbathing. Grab a bicycle and let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of the Polish Baltic Sea coast!

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      Where to go in Poland

      Plan your Polish adventure with top destinations like the Tatra Mountains for hikes and stunning views, the Masurian Lake District for kayaking and history, the tranquil Bieszczady Mountains for wildlife, and the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland for scenic cycling routes among limestone cliffs and castles.

      What to do in Poland

      Poland offers a variety of outdoor adventures beyond city tours. Enjoy hiking in Tatra National Park, kayaking in the Masurian Lake District, and cycling in Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. Unique experiences include wolf tracking in Bieszczady Mountains and exploring Wieliczka Salt Mine's underground marvels.

      When to go to Poland

      The best time to visit Poland for outdoor adventures is from late spring to early autumn (May to September), when the weather is favorable for hiking, cycling, and water sports. Winter (December to March) transforms the country into a snowy wonderland, ideal for skiing in the Tatra Mountains and Zakopane area.

      Top 5 adventures in Poland

      1. Tatra Mountains Hiking Expedition: Venture into the heart of the Tatra National Park for a hiking adventure across Poland’s highest mountain range. This tour offers breathtaking alpine scenery, challenging trails, and the chance to spot diverse wildlife, making it a must-do for nature enthusiasts and thrill-seekers alike.
      2. Masurian Lake District Tour: Cycle through the land of a thousand lakes, offering serene water views, lush forests, and the opportunity to visit historic sites like the Wolf's Lair. This adventure is ideal for those looking to combine cycling with water sports and nature exploration.
      3. Kayaking the Masurian Lake District: Paddle through the interconnected waterways of the Masurian Lake District, known as the "Land of a Thousand Lakes." This tour is perfect for those looking to combine adventure with relaxation, offering serene lake views, opportunities for bird watching, and visits to historic sites.
      4. Vistula River Cycling Trail: Follow the longest river in Poland from the mountainous south to the Baltic Sea in the north. This trail highlights Poland’s diverse landscapes, from urban centers like Kraków and Warsaw to the tranquil riverbanks and rural areas, showcasing the country’s natural and cultural diversity.
      5. Baltic Sea Coast Cycling: Experience the northern coast of Poland by bike, enjoying the sandy beaches, cliffside views, and seaside resorts. The route passes through the Slowinski National Park, known for its moving dunes, and offers a refreshing mix of sea air and forested areas, making it a perfect summer cycling adventure.

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