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National Parks in Poland

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Poland is one of the few countries in Europe which can be proud of the reat variety of its landscapes and large areas of parkland rich with fauna and flora, protected and preserved in their natural state. The most important environmentally unpol- luted regions in Poland are within the boundaries of 23 national parks which occupy a total surface of 300,000 hectares or one percent of the entire country. Eight of them, the Babio- górski, Białowieski, Beszczadzki, Kampinoski, Karkonoski, Poleski, Słowiński and Tatrzański National Parks have been recorded on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves with the Białowieski National Park, in addition, recorded on the UNESCO list of World Heritage. In these national parks nature lovers will find extensive marsh- lands, vast expanses of forests and the shifting sand dunes of the Baltic coast. They will also encounter the bison Europe’s largest mammal and with a bit of patience, skill and luck, a great variety of wild animals in their natural habitat. Poland is paradise for those who enjoy bird watching as it is home to 80 percent of all European bird species. Trails and educational paths leading through the parks are an easy way of getting to know nature first hand and for those who wish to practice different forms of natural, or green tourism, the services of professional guides and specialized travel agencies are available throughout Poland. Poland is a Wonderland of Nature just waiting for You.

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Babiogórski National Park

2 3 Babiogórski National Park The park encompasses Mount Babia Góra (1,725 meters above sea level),
2 3 Babiogórski National Park The park encompasses Mount Babia Góra (1,725 meters above sea level),
2 3 Babiogórski National Park The park encompasses Mount Babia Góra (1,725 meters above sea level),

The park encompasses Mount Babia Góra (1,725 meters above sea level), the highest peak in the Western Beskid Range. The woods here are very similar to a primeval forest, the environmental value of which was recognized by the park’s entry on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves. The lower slopes are dominated by fir and beech forest mixed with spruce and sycamore trees. Spruce, mountain ash and dwarf mountain pine predominate in the upper slopes. An Alpine area, with its rare mountain plant species, is higher still. Hol- lows and gullies filled with rock debris are prevalent in the highest, less fertile areas. The highest peak, Diablak, has an Alpine quality to it. The forest shelters a multitude of animals including bears, red deer, wolf and lynx and is also the habitat of such rare bird species as the wood grouse.

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Sucha Beskidzka Renaissance castle with a beautiful arcaded courtyard. Old wooden country inn. www.sucha-beskidzka.pl

Zawoja A large village and a popular winter sports center. Natural history museum of the Babiogórski National Park that also shows culture of local highlanders. www.zawoja.pl

Zubrzyca Gorna The Orawa region skansen with the exhibition of old wooden farm buildings constructed by the local population. tel. +(48 18) 285 27 09, www.orawa.eu

Established in 1932, the Białowieski Na- tional Park is one of the oldestnature re- serves in Europe. It covers the central part of the Białowieża Forest which is known worldwide for its vast, virgin forest and the breeding grounds of the European bison. Today the largest bison herd to be found here is made up of over 300 animals. The park constitutes an area of mixed forests with an unusual abundance of diverse tree varieties which grow in their natural state, untouched by man, with many of the trees reaching heights seldom seen elsewhere in Europe. The park’s wildlife is particular- ly rich: the Białowieża Forest constitutes the nesting grounds for 120 species of birds and, in addition to bison, other larger mammals such as elk, red deer, wolf, lynx, and beaver are frequently seen here. In the special exhibition reserve, visitors can not only come in very close contact with the bison but also elks, wild boars and red deer. The most protected part of the park is a special conservation area with access to this area only in the company of a guide. The magnificent Royal Oak Trail is also worth mentioning, and visiting. The Bialowieski National Park has been recorded on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves and on the UNESCO list of World Heritage.

Biosphere Reserves and on the UNESCO list of World Heritage. Worth visiting Białowieża Old forest village.

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Białowieża Old forest village. Orthodox church with a unique iconostasis made from Chines e porcelain. Palace park from the 19 th century keptin English landscape style. www.bialowieza.net.pl

Zwierzyniec A nature reserve of bison and other forest animals tel. +(48- 85) 681 23 98

Hajnówka Original architecture of a modern Orthodox church, beautiful frescos. International Festival of Orthodox Church Music in Hajnówka. Exciting trip on board of a narrow- gauge railway train on the Hajnówka – Topiło route. www.hajnowka.pl www.festiwal.cerkiew.pl

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Bieszczadzki National Park

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The largest of all Poland’s national parks, the Biebrzański National Park protects Europe’s major natural expanse of moor- land peat bogs which extend across the Biebrza River valley. The peat bogs occu- py anarea of 59,223 hectares. The great- est attraction of the park is the splendid, open, high moor topography and the uncommonly rich wildlife and plant cover. The Biebrza River marshes are known worldwide as the nesting site of many rare species of European aquatic birds and birds of prey (approx. 235 species, including 157 nesting birds). In spring, when the Biebrza overflows its several square kilometer flood plain, thousands of migratory birds gather here and can be watched from viewing platforms. The Biebrza River Valley is also Poland’s larg- est wildlife refuge for elk, wolf, beaver, and otter. The Biebrzański National Park attracts many enthusiasts of a bloodless form of hunting, most of them armed with cameras and microphones. The park is under the protection of the RAMSAR International Convention.

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with a great number of rare, East Carpathian plants. Forests, mostly beech with some fir and sycamore stands, cover 87 percent of the park. Bear, wolf, red deer, bison, lynx to mention only a few mammals, and about 150 species of birds have found a haven here. The park, together with adjoin-

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in the environs

Lake Solina

The lake came into being after the construction of

a dam on River San. Many holiday centers, where water

sports can be practiced. www.esolina.pl

Worth visiting

Tykocin A municipal complex with wellpreserved urban layout that includes old houses, churches, and the former Baroque synagogue erected in 1642. www.tykocin.hg.pl

Kiermusy A village near Tykocin where old Polish rural construc- tions were recreated: Dworek nad Łąkami, Karczma Rzym, Czworaki Dworskie and Jantarowy Kasztel. www.dworek.com.pl

Osowiec Twierdza A tsarist fortress from the 19 th century. tel. +48 600 941 954 www.monki.com.pl/twierdz.html

Czarna, Hoszów, Równia, Smolnik

Old Orthodox churches.

it Ustrzyki Dolne – tel. +(48-13) 471 11 30

www.cit.ustrzyki-dolne.pl

Dolne – tel. +(48-13) 471 11 30 www.cit.ustrzyki-dolne.pl Ustrzyki Dolne Natural History Museum of the Bieszczady
Dolne – tel. +(48-13) 471 11 30 www.cit.ustrzyki-dolne.pl Ustrzyki Dolne Natural History Museum of the Bieszczady
Dolne – tel. +(48-13) 471 11 30 www.cit.ustrzyki-dolne.pl Ustrzyki Dolne Natural History Museum of the Bieszczady

Ustrzyki Dolne

Natural History Museum of the Bieszczady National Park.

www.bdpn.pl, tel. +(48-13) 461 10 91

The Bieszczady tourist train

The train plies the Wola Michowa – Przysłup route. Pas-

sangers can admire the most picturesque landscapes of the

Bieszczady Mountains. www.kolejka.bieszczady.pl

Pas- sangers can admire the most picturesque landscapes of the Bieszczady Mountains. www.kolejka.bieszczady.pl www.bdpn.pl
Pas- sangers can admire the most picturesque landscapes of the Bieszczady Mountains. www.kolejka.bieszczady.pl www.bdpn.pl

www.bdpn.pl

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Bory Tucholskie National Park

Drawieński National Park

6 7 Bory Tucholskie National Park Drawieński National Park www.park.borytucholskie.info Worth visiting Chojnice The

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Park Drawieński National Park www.park.borytucholskie.info Worth visiting Chojnice The most interesting tourist
Park Drawieński National Park www.park.borytucholskie.info Worth visiting Chojnice The most interesting tourist

Worth visiting

Chojnice The most interesting tourist attractions are located in the Old Town and include the Gothic parish church, Baroque church and monastery complex, town hall, and defensive walls with towers. www.gminachojnice.com.pl

Fojutowo Worth a visit is a 75 meter long aqueduct (19th c.) that joins two waterways: River Czerska Struga and River Brda canal. www.tuchpark.tuchola.pl

Lake Charzykowy A large lake with water sports centers. Many waterfront hostels and watering places . www.charzykowy.pl

Odry The Kmienne Kręgi archaeological reserve. A few stone rings built of boulders dating back to the Neolithic period. Zofia Breske – tel. +(48-52) 398 61 30

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The park protects the most important part of the Bory Tucholskie Forest. This sandy, flat land is overgrown with pinewoods, cut across with river valleys and dotted with many post-glacial lakes. Peat bogs that are home to certain rare post-glacial plants can be found in numerous glacial depressions and at the edges of small forest lakes. The park’s wildlife includes trout in the crystal-clear waters of the rivers, as well as water fowl, birds of prey, beaver and elk. The wood grouse is the park’s symbol. Lake Charzykowskie, adjoining the park, attracts many sailing enthusiasts.

adjoining the park, attracts many sailing enthusiasts. Don`t miss it Drawa The river winds its way
adjoining the park, attracts many sailing enthusiasts. Don`t miss it Drawa The river winds its way

Don`t miss it

Drawa The river winds its way through the park; attractive kayaking trips. www.kajaki.com.pl

Drawno The Wedel family castle ruins; riverside hostel; convenient starting point for kayaking trips down River Drawa. www.drawno.pl

Tuczno The Wedel family Renais- sance castle. www.zamek-tuczno.pl

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The Wedel family Renais- sance castle. www.zamek-tuczno.pl c a P z ł n o i c
The Wedel family Renais- sance castle. www.zamek-tuczno.pl c a P z ł n o i c
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The park is located in the Drawska Forest and occu- pies parts of the Drawa River valley (one of the most beautiful rivers in Polish Pomerania), the Płociczna River, the Drawa’s tributary, and thirty lakes. Pine forests cover 80 percent of the park’s total area, but there are also forests where pine is mixed with oak, beech, and alder. Of particular interest are the high moors in the Płociczna River basin which abound in rare species of marsh plants and post-glacial plant life. Various species of fish inhabit the crystal-clear waters of the park which is also home to beavers, otters, and the osprey, a rare bird of prey.

crystal-clear waters of the park which is also home to beavers, otters, and the osprey, a

www.dpn.pl

crystal-clear waters of the park which is also home to beavers, otters, and the osprey, a

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Table Mountains National Park

Gorczański National Park

8 9 Table Mountains National Park Gorczański National Park www.gorczanskipark.pl The park comprises the central part
8 9 Table Mountains National Park Gorczański National Park www.gorczanskipark.pl The park comprises the central part

www.gorczanskipark.pl

The park comprises the central part of the Gorce Range in the Western Beskid, with the exception of its highest peak, Turbacz (1,310 meters above sea level). This is a typical mountain forest park with rising slopes of tree stands. The Carpathian beech and fir woods make up the lower slopes, while the upper slopes of the mountain are dominated by spruce forest. Both Alpine and the natural endemic plants cover the numerous mountain glades. The park’s fauna include typical for- est animals such as red deer, roe deer, wild boar, lynx, wildcat, and wolf. Of special note is the population of wood grouse and the spotted salamander, which is the park’s emblem.

and the spotted salamander, which is the park’s emblem. Tourist attractions in the environs Dębno Podhalańskie

Tourist attractions in the environs

Dębno Podhalańskie Wooden church made of larch wood with wall paintings; registered on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage list. www.debno.diecezja.pl

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Łopuszna The Tetmajer family manor; wooden church (16 th c.). Manor – tel. +(48-18) 265 39 19 www.muzeumtatrzanskie.pl

Chabówka Skansen of rolling stock in the premises of the former engine-house (19 th c.). www.parowozy.pl/skansen/

Rabka Zdrój Władysław Orkan Museum in the old church (17 th c.). www.rabka-zdroj.com.pl

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Tourist attractions

Kudowa Zdrój The Chapel of Skulls in the village of Czermna. www.kudowazdroj.com.

Duszniki Zdrój

Paper industry museum; International

Chopin Festival.

Museum of the Paper Industry www.muzpap.pl

Wambierzyce

The Baroque basilica; Way of the Cross;

the Nativity-related scenes with

moveable elements (19th c.).

www.wambierzyce.pl

The park covers the Góry Stołowe (Table Mountains) massif located in the central part of the Sudety Mountain Range. The principal attraction here is the wild landscape of rocky plateaux with sheer cliff drops, which have developed as a result of the spe- cific tabular geological structure of these mountains. Nature has formed labyrinth-like passages among the rocks. The most interesting clusters of rock forma- tions can be seen in the “Błędne Skały” reserve and on Mount Szczeliniec Wielki (919 meters above sea level). The slopes and foothills of the plateau con- tain spruce and beech forests, while the high moors are covered with marsh plants growing in protected areas on the flat, table-like tops of the mountains.

are covered with marsh plants growing in protected areas on the flat, table-like tops of the
are covered with marsh plants growing in protected areas on the flat, table-like tops of the

www.pngs.com.pl

are covered with marsh plants growing in protected areas on the flat, table-like tops of the

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Kampinoski National Park

Karkonoski National Park

11 Kampinoski National Park Karkonoski National Park Tourist attractions in the environs Warsaw The capital of
11 Kampinoski National Park Karkonoski National Park Tourist attractions in the environs Warsaw The capital of

Tourist attractions in the environs

Warsaw The capital of Poland and its administrative, economic and cultural center. Its Old Town is registered on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Two attractive pal- ace park complexes of the Royal Łazienki Park and Wilanów. www.warsawtour.pl

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The park is located in the vicinity of Warsaw and encompasses the Kampinoska Forest, spreading over the Wisła River glacial valley. Belts of inland sand dunes, overgrown with pinewoods, add to the attractive- ness of the park’s landscape. In the depressions between the dunes there are peat bogs, meadows and marshes covered with a growth of alder. The park’s flora abounds in rare and protected species. Its wildlife includes animals such as elk, beaver, and lynx. The park has been re- corded on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves.

Żelazowa Wola Frederick Chopin’s birthplace; music recitals in summer. – tel. +(48-46) 863 33 00 www.chopin.nifc.pl

Modlin Numerous buildings of the powerful 19 th century fortress. www.twierdzamodlin.pl

Sochaczew One of Poland’s biggest arrow- Gauge Railway Museums. – tel. +48 46 864 93 41

Czerwińsk on the Vistula Church and monastery complex with Romanesque and Gothic church; priceless wall paintings. www.czerwinsk.salezjanie.pl

priceless wall paintings. www.czerwinsk.salezjanie.pl The park encircles the upper reaches of the Karkonosze
priceless wall paintings. www.czerwinsk.salezjanie.pl The park encircles the upper reaches of the Karkonosze

The park encircles the upper reaches of the Karkonosze Mountains with their highest peak,

Mount Śnieżka (1,603 meters above sea level). The most important natural and picturesque areas

of the Karkonosze are carefully protected. This

includes a zone comprised mostly of rocks with

post-glacial depressions, mountain lakes, and multiple rock formations, or ostańce. These slopes are mainly covered with spruce mixed with beech, sycamore and linden the upper parts of which are dominated by dwarf pine. High moorland with numerous post-glacial plant species cover the vast plateau situated at 1,200 meters above sea level.

A great number of protected endemic and Alpine

plants occupy the uppermost zones of the Karko- nosze. In addition to the characteristic forest wildlife, the Karkonosze Mountains habitat is host to the moufflon, a species introduced to this area from the island of Corsica. The park has been recorded on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves.

Worth visiting

Jelenia Góra

City rich in historical monuments.

In the market square stands a Ba-

roque town hall surrounded with arcaded old houses. The Chojnik castle ruin is located on the steep hill near the city of Jelenia Góra. www.jeleniagora.pl

Szklarska Poręba

A mountain health resort, winter sports center, Kamieńczyk and

Szklarka waterfalls. Bieg Piastów

- International Cross-Country

Ski Run.

www.szklarskaporeba.pl

Kowary Tourist route in the galleries of the former uranium mine. www.sztolniekowary.pti.pl

Karpacz

A mountain health resort, winter

sports center, a Wang wooden chapel transported from Norway. www.karpacz.pl

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Narwiański National Park

Magurski National Park

13 Narwiański National Park Magurski National Park Worth visiting Bartne, Kotań, Krempna, Kwiatoń, Świątkowa Mała,

Worth visiting

Bartne, Kotań, Krempna, Kwiatoń, Świątkowa Mała, Świątkowa Wielka Old wooden Orthodox churches. www.beskidniski.org.pl

Bóbrka Oil industry skansen, presumed as being the world’s oldest oil shafts. – tel. +(48-13) 433 34 89 www.bobrka.pl

Biecz An old town with well-preserved Medieval urban layout. www.biecz.pl

Sękowa Wooden church from the 16 th century, on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. it Gorlice – tel. +(48-18) 353 50 91 www.liga-unesco.pl

The greatest natural feature of the park is its well-preserved and unspoilt swampy River Narew valley which features a unique system of flood waters, old riverbeds, bulrushes and shallow bogs, which together are known as The Polish Amazonia. The Narwiański Na- tional Park is home to almost half of all the water flora which can be found in Poland. Many varieties of the park’s plants are under total protection. Swampy Narew Valley is an important haven for birds in Europe. It has a particularly rich bird life of nearly 200 species with 154 species nesting here. Many of them are endangered, for example the aquatic war- bler, the corncrake, the small bittern, the black stork, the short- eared owl and others. Some species of this local waterfowl family are difficult to spot elsewhere in Europe. The park is under the protection of the RAMSAR International Convention.

The park occupies the central part of the Lower Beskid Range, dominated by Mount Magura Wątkowska (846 meters above sea level). It covers areas typical of the Beskid Range landscape with forested dome-like hills that are separated from each other by rivers or small stream valleys. The River Wisłoka has its source in the park and flows across its territory forming numerous mean- dering scenic gorges. The mountain slopes are dense with beech, fir and spruce forests. The park flora contains many rare mountain species and protected plants. Bear, wolf, lynx, wild- cat, the golden eagle and eagle owl repre- sent the park’s fauna.

golden eagle and eagle owl repre- sent the park’s fauna. Budy Zarzecze Piotrówka Podniebyle Bednarskie Kopaniny
golden eagle and eagle owl repre- sent the park’s fauna. Budy Zarzecze Piotrówka Podniebyle Bednarskie Kopaniny
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Tourist attractions in the environs

Choroszcz The summer residence of the Branicki family was located here, in the Baroque palace park complex. Now a museum of palace interior decorations. www.choroszcz.pl

Narew The main river of the national park, attractive kayaking trips leading through thick and tall reeds. www.podlaskieit.pl

river of the national park, attractive kayaking trips leading through thick and tall reeds. www.podlaskieit.pl www.npn.pl
river of the national park, attractive kayaking trips leading through thick and tall reeds. www.podlaskieit.pl www.npn.pl

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Pieniński National Park

14 15 Pieniński National Park The park is situated near Cracow and oc- cupies the southern

The park is situated near Cracow and oc- cupies the southern part of the Krakowsko- Częstochowska Plateau and the valleys of the Prądnik and Sąspówka rivers. Numerous caves, scenic ravines, rocky passes and spectacular rock formations, the famous “Hercules’ Club”, have been created here by nature. Almost 400 caves are scattered around the park with the Łokietka, Ciemna and Zbójecka caves amongst the biggest. Forests, mainly mixed, cover the major part of the park. As for the park’s flora, the most characteristic species are those of high mountain grasses and steno thermal lichen. The insect population is extremely diver- sified (over 3,300 species) including 1,142 spe- cies of beetles and 520 species of butterflies. The caves are a perfect shelter for a multitude of bat species.

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Ojcowski National Park

Worth visiting

Cracow The former capital of Poland. Its historical center contains the Cloth Hall and the Church of the Virgin Mary. The Royal Castle and Cathedral stand on top of the Wawel Hill. The city has many old churches, burgher houses, museums and Jewish quarter of Kazimierz. The historical part of the city is on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage list. www.krakow.pl

Ojców The Łokietek and Ciemna Caves are located near the Ojców castle ruin. www.ojcow.pl

Pieskowa Skała The Gothic and Renaissance castle. www.pieskowaskala.pl

The Wierzchowska Cave The upper tourist route is 370 meter long and visitors can admire an exhibition of calcites and artifacts from archaeologi- cal digs. www.gacek.pl

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Niedzica The Gothic and Renaissance castle perched on a high rock and dominating the Czorsztyn artificial lake. tel. +(48-18) 262 94 89

River Dunajec gorge Rafting down the gorges is a very popular and exciting experience for tourists. www.flisacy.com.pl

Czorsztyn The ruin, of the 14 th century castle a former royal fortress. www.czorsztyn.pl

Lake Czorsztyńskie The artificial lake came into being after the building of a dam on River Dunajec. www.czorsztyn.pl

the building of a dam on River Dunajec. www.czorsztyn.pl The park encompasses the central part of

The park encompasses the central part of the Pieniny Range with its highest Mount Trzy Korony (982 meters above sea level) and the breath-taking Dunajec River gorge. The most characteristic feature of this range is its particularly diversified landscape. During the traditional raft and kayak trips down the Dunajec River, visitors are able to admire the picturesque crags and peaks, steep rocky walls and several hundred meter high precipices dropping down to the river. Lush flora abounds in a number of endemic and reintroduced species of plants like the Pieniny dandelion and the Pieniny wallflower. Mixed beech and fir forests are predominant in the area. Barren slopes and ledges are covered with small, pine forests. The exceptionally rich and interesting wildlife and the insect population – of butterflies in particular – are a distinctive feature of the meadows nestled in the forest glades and on the rocky slopes. Among the multitude of butterflies there are the Apollo Butterfly and the rarer Swallowtail Butterfly. Amphibians and reptiles under total protection include the triturus, the spotted salamander, the common European adder and others. Mammals are represented mostly by rodents and 17 species of bats. Among the bird population the wall- creeper is to be specially noted.

the bird population the wall- creeper is to be specially noted. www.opn.pan.krakow.pl www.pieninypn.pl www.ojcow.pl

www.opn.pan.krakow.pl

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Poleski National Park

Poleski National Park The park is located in the Łęczyńsko - Włodawskie Lake District (Lublin Polesie)
Poleski National Park The park is located in the Łęczyńsko - Włodawskie Lake District (Lublin Polesie)

The park is located in the Łęczyńsko - Włodawskie Lake District (Lublin Polesie) and includes a unique flatland of extensive peat bogs and swamps. In places it is remi- niscent of the tundra or the transitional zone between tundra and taiga. The peat bogs are home to many species of rare plants. The park is the nesting ground of nu- merous aquatic birds and also a refuge for animals such as the elk, wolf and the rare marsh turtle. The park has been recorded on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves and is under the protection of the RAMSAR International Convention.

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Chełm Ecclesiastical monuments on the Cathedral Mountain, a Baroque church and a former Uniate Orthodox church. Chełm’s star attraction is its underground chalk tunnels running under the town. www.chelm.pl

Włodawa Historical monuments representing three religious denomi- nations: a Baroque synagogue, late Baroque church and Pauline monastery, and a 19 th century Orthodox church. www.um.wlodawa.pl

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Szczebrzeszyn A synagogue built in late Renaissance style, a Renais- sance church, a memorial to the cockchafer.

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Zamość A magnificent example of a European Renaissance city. Its top class monuments include the Old Town Square with a town hall, old burgher houses and the cathedral. Zamość’s Old Town was included on the World Heritage list by UNESCO in 1992. www.zamosc.pl

Zwierzyniec A beautiful, small Baroque

Chapel upon the Water and an

interesting wooden building that houses the park’s head office. www.zwierzyniec.info.pl

This park covers the central part of the Roztocze Mountain Range. Deep ravines divide the mountain slopes. The Wieprz and Tanew rivers wind their way gently across the park. Forests, mainly beech and fir, cover 93 percent of the park’s territory. The rich flora includes lowland and highland species, as well as steno thermal species from South Eastern Europe. The Roztoczański National Park can lay claim to 190 species of birds. Stud farms where Tarpans, Polish miniature horses, are bred, are very popular with visitors.

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Polish miniature horses, are bred, are very popular with visitors. 17 Roztoczański National Park www.roztoczanskipn.pl
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Roztoczański National Park

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Świętokrzyski National Park

Słowiński National Park

Świętokrzyski National Park Słowiński National Park Tourist attractions in the environs Kluki The open-air museum

Tourist attractions in the environs

Kluki The open-air museum (skansen) of the Slovincian village culture. Museum – tel. +(48-59) 846 30 20 www.muzeumkluki.pl

Rowokół The highest piont of the Słowiński National Park - 115 meters above sea level. A splendid panorama from the observation tower. www.slowinskipn.pl

Swołowo The major town of the so-called Checkerboard Region where many villages have timber framed buildings. www.krainawkrate.pl

Ustka Combines the functions of a port, seaside resort and spa. www.ustka.pl

Łeba A popular seaside resort with yacht marina. www.leba.eu

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The greatest attraction of this park stretch- ing along the Baltic Sea coast (between Rowy and Łeba) are the shifting sand dunes, which, as they move, uncover dead tree stumps - the fossilized remains of forests once growing here. The biggest dune rises to 42 meters above sea level. The lakes of Łebsko and Gardno are an important refuge for aquatic birds. Various plant colonies in the Słowiński National Park are of special interest. They range from the dune and pioneer plant species on the sandy beaches to the typical coastal pinewood and marsh plants in the numerous peat bogs and on the lakeshores. The park is inhabited by a number of rare bird species including the white tailed eagle, the eagle owl, cormorant, the black stork, and many species of aquatic birds. The park has been recorded on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves. It is also under the protection of the RAMSAR International Convention.

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Worth visiting

Bartków Bartek – Poland’s oldest oak tree. www.swietokrzyskie.pl

Kielce The Bishops’ Palace with corner towers and richly decorated interiors. The 17 th century cathedral built in Baroque and Renaissance style. www.kielce.pl

Bodzentyn The ruins of the bishops’ palace. www.bodzentyn.ugm.pl

Nowa Słupia An archaeological reserve with the Museum of Ancient Metal-

lurgy where an annual event

of Dymarki (primitive smelting

furnaces) Świętokrzyskie is organized. www.nowaslupia.pl

Święty Krzyż A Benedictine abbey built on top of Mt Łysa Góra.

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The park territory includes the Łysogóry Range with Mount Łysica (612 meters above sea level), the highest in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains, and parts of the adjoining valleys. The Świętokrzyskie Mountains, the oldest range in Poland, are formed from Paleozoic rocks. Particular attention should be drawn to the small, totally deforested areas, called gołoborza, covered with quartzite boulders and completely stripped of vegetation. The ridges of the Łysogóry Range are covered with fir forests mixed with pine, beech and larch. The park’s rich plant population includes many rare species of mountain and lowland plants. The king of the park’s wildlife, and its emblem, is the deer.

of mountain and lowland plants. The king of the park’s wildlife, and its emblem, is the
of mountain and lowland plants. The king of the park’s wildlife, and its emblem, is the

www.swietokrzyskipn.org.pl

Ujście Warty National Park

Tatrzański National Park

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Białka Tatrzańska,

Bukowina Tatrzańska

Villages known for their lively

Highland folklore, and winter

sports centers.

www.bialkatatrzanska.pl www.bukowinatatrzanska.pl

Chochołów

A village with original old timber dwell- ing houses. it Zakopane –

tel. +(48-18) 201 22 11

Zakopane

Winter sports center and a popular

starting point for mountain hikes;

lively Highland folklore, Podhale region

traditional architecture

(timber houses). Cable car

to Mt Kasprowy Wierch and

a unicular to Mt Gubałówka.

www.zakopane.pl

The Warta River Mouth National Park stretches across the Toruńsko-Eberswaldzka glacial river valley, close to where the Warta flows into the River Odra. Open meadows overgrown with alder and crisscrossed by a dense network of canals and old riverbeds are characteristic of the park landscape. The River Warta flows right through the park’s center. Unique wetlands, vast meadows and pastures create a perfect habitat for aquatic bird species. There are 248 species of birds in the Warta River Mouth National Park; 160 species have chosen the park’s territory for breeding purposes. Twenty-six species are rare or protected and include the corncrake, the aquatic warbler, the black-tailed god- wit, the crane, the bittern, and the white-tailed eagle. There are also quite sizeable populations of grebes, ducks, rails, gulls, and terns. For many of them the park is their nesting ground in Poland. It is also an important wintering area for whooper and mute swans, ducks, geese and white-tailed eagles. The park is under the protection of the RAMSAR International Convention.

On the Polish side, the park surrounds and protects the whole Tatra massif with its highest peak, Mount Rysy (2,499 meters above sea level), and is the only region of an Alpine character in Poland. The jagged granite ridges and forested slopes, post-glacial depressions, mountain lakes, numerous caves and scenic valleys with rushing mountain streams create one of the most beautiful land- scapes in Poland. Spruce forests mixed with fir, larch, beech and sycamore dominate the foothills (up to 1,200 meters above sea level). The Highlands (up to 1,550 meters above sea level) are covered with spruce with a few stone pine stands. Dwarf pines (up to 1,800 meters above sea level) give way to Alpine meadows and pastures, but over 2,300 meters above sea level crags and peaks dominate. The flora of the Tatra Range abounds in indigenous and Alpine plants and Alpine mammals such as marmot and chamois with a small population of bears. The Tatra Range is one of Poland’s last refuges of the golden eagle. The park has been recorded on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves.

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Wielkopolski National Park

Wigierski National Park

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Wielkopolski National Park Wigierski National Park 23 Worth visiting Augustów The star-attraction here is the

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Worth visiting

Augustów

The star-attraction here is the Augustów Canal with

a number of locks from

the 19 th century, still in

 

operation.

www.augustow.eu

www.zeglugaaugustowska.pl

 

Płociczno

A

tourist narrow-gauge

train plies the Płociczno – Krusznik route (20 km). www.augustowska.pl

Puńsk Important Lithuanian community center with a skansen and culture house. tel. +(48-87) 516 10 32 www.punsk.com.pl

Sejny The Dominican monastery complex and a synagogue. www.sejny.home.pl

Wigry The Camaldolese monastery erected in the 17th-18th centuries is spectacularly located on a peninsula in Lake Wigry. www.wigry.org

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Lake Wigry, one of the largest lakes in north-eastern Poland, is an important ele- ment of this park which also contains 25 smaller lakes interconnected by a network of rivers. The largest is the River Czarna Hańcza. Peat bogs, small and marshy forest lakes are very characteristic of this park. Pine and spruce forests dominate, but there are also colonies of moor, aquatic and meadow plants. Mammals living in the forest include elk, red deer, roe deer, wolf and beaver. There is a profusion of aquatic birds, and the park waterways teem with rare fish species such as powan, the European white-fish, and bulltrout. The park is under the protection of the RAM- SAR International Convention.

the protection of the RAM- SAR International Convention. Don’t miss it Poznań Interesting urban complex with

Don’t miss it

Poznań

Interesting urban complex with

a splendid Old Town Square and

the Renaissance Town Hall in the middle of it. On the Ostrów Tumski island stands SS Peter and Paul Cathedral (10 th c.) containing the sarcophagi of the

first Polish rulers.

www.city.poznan.pl

Puszczykowo

The Arkady Fiedler Museum,

commemorating a well-known

Polish writer and explorer. www.fiedler.pl

Rogalin

A palace built in rococo and neo-

classical styles surrounded by a park with ancient oak trees. www.rogalin.eu

Szreniawa Poland’s Museum of National Agriculture and Food-Processing Industry. www.muzeum-szreniawa.pl

Kórnik Perfectly preserved magnate

residence that contains a castle

in English neo-Gothic style and

a vast dendrological park with

arboretum.

www.bkpan.poznan.pl

neo-Gothic style and a vast dendrological park with arboretum. www.bkpan.poznan.pl www.wielkopolskipn.pl www.wigry.win.pl
neo-Gothic style and a vast dendrological park with arboretum. www.bkpan.poznan.pl www.wielkopolskipn.pl www.wigry.win.pl

www.wielkopolskipn.pl

www.wigry.win.pl

Woliński National Park

Woliński National Park The park occupies the western part of Wolin Island. It encompasses a coastal
Woliński National Park The park occupies the western part of Wolin Island. It encompasses a coastal
Woliński National Park The park occupies the western part of Wolin Island. It encompasses a coastal

The park occupies the western part of Wolin Island. It encompasses a coastal moraine that ends with a picturesque, steep, 95-metre high cliff that drops sharply into the Baltic Sea and the Bay of Szczecin. It is the most interesting cliff shore in Poland. Here, the shoreline is continuously retreating under the pounding of the waves. As a result of the inclusion of Baltic coastal waters into the park it has become the first Polish maritime nature reserve. Almost the whole area of the park is covered with forests with many beech stands. A group of six lakes constitutes the southern part of the park. The diversified plant cover is made up of many rare species of undergrowth and steno thermal plants that grow in the sandy soil. The wildlife includes rare species such as the white-tailed eagle and numerous aquatic birds. In the center of the park there is a small bison reserve.

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Y Wo li n Karsibór Mielizna C K I E www.wolinpn.pl Tourist attractions in the environs

Tourist

attractions in

the environs

Międzyzdroje

A seaside resort with the

famous Promenade of Movie Stars decorated with palm prints of popular actors and actresses. A bison reserve in the town’s vicinity. www.miedzyzdroje.pl

Świnoujście

A seaport and spa with a

Museum of Deep-Sea Fish- ing where sea fauna can be admired. Poland’s highest lighthouse. The town hosts the annual FAMA Festival of Academic Youth. www.swinoujscie.pl

Kamień Pomorski The Festival of Organ and Chamber Music is held annually in the town’s Romanesque and Gothic cathedral. www.kamienpomorski.pl

Wolin

The Viking Festival promotes the early Medieval culture

of Slavs and Vikings through

the staging of old rites and combat shows. www.wolin.pl www.jomsborg-vineta.com

rites and combat shows. www.wolin.pl www.jomsborg-vineta.com National Parks in Poland Babiogórski National Park

National Parks in Poland

Babiogórski National Park

Białoweski National Park

Biebrzański National Park

Bieszczadzki National ParkPark Białoweski National Park Biebrzański National Park Bory Tucholskie National Park Drawieński National Park

Bory Tucholskie National Park

Drawieński National Park

Gorczański National Park

Table Mountains National Park

Kampinoski National ParkPark Gorczański National Park Table Mountains National Park Karkonoski National Park Magurski National Park Narwiański

Karkonoski National ParkPark Table Mountains National Park Kampinoski National Park Magurski National Park Narwiański National Park Ojcowski

Magurski National Park

Narwiański National Park

Ojcowski National Park

Pieniński National Park

Poleski National ParkPark Ojcowski National Park Pieniński National Park Roztoczański National Park Słowiński National Park

Roztoczański National Park

Słowiński National ParkPark Poleski National Park Roztoczański National Park Świętokrzyski National Park Tatrzański National Park tel.

Świętokrzyski National Park

Tatrzański National ParkPark Słowiński National Park Świętokrzyski National Park tel. +(48-33) 877 51 10, 34-223 Zawoja 1403, www.bgpn.pl

tel. +(48-33) 877 51 10, 34-223 Zawoja 1403, www.bgpn.pl

tel. +(48-85) 681 23 06, Park Pałacowy 11, 17-230 Białowieża, www.bpn.com.pl

+(48-85) 738 06 20, 19-110 Osowiec-Twierdza 8, ww w.biebrza.org.pl

tel. +(48-13) 461 06 50, it tel. +(48-13) 461 03 50, 38-714 Ustrzyk i Górne 19, www.bdpn.pl

tel. +(48-52) 398 83 97, 89-606 Charzykowy, ul. Długa 33, www.park.borytucholskie.info

tel. +(48-95) 768 20 51, it tel. +(48-95) 768 23 95, 73-220 Drawno, ul. Leśników 2, www.dpn.pl

tel. +(48-18) 331 72 07, 34-735 Niedźwiedź, Poręba Wielka 590, www.gorczanskipark.pl

tel. +(48-74) 866 20 97, 57-350 Kudowa Zdrój, ul. Słoneczna 31, www.pngs.com.pl

tel. +(48-22) 722 60 01, 05-080 Izabelin, ul. Tetmajera 38, www.kampinoski-pn.gov.pl

tel. +(48-75) 755 33 48, 58-570 Jelenia Góra, ul. Chałubińskiego 23, www.kpnmab.pl

tel. +(48-13) 441 40 99, 38-232 Krempna 59, www.magurski.pn.pl

tel. +(48-85) 718 14 17, 18-204 Kobylin Borzymy, Kurowo 10, www.npn.pl

+(48-12) 389 20 05, 32-047 Ojców 9, www.opn.pan.krakow.pl

tel. +(48-18) 262 56 01, 34-450 Krościenko, ul. Jagiellońska 107b, www.pieninypn.pl

tel. +(48-82) 571 30 71, 22-234 Urszulin, ul. Lubelska 3a, www.poleskipn.pl

tel. +(48-84) 687 20 66, 22-470 Zwierzyniec, ul. Plażowa 2, www.roztoczanskipn.pl

tel. +(48-59) 811 72 04, 76-214 Smołdzino ul. Bohaterów Warszawy 1a, www.slowinskipn.pl

tel. +(48-41) 311 51 06, 26-010 Bodzentyn, ul. Suchedniewska 4, www.swietokrzyskipn.org.pl

+(48-18) 202 32 00, 34-500 Zakopane, ul. Chałubińskiego 42a, www.tpn.pl

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Ujście Warty National Park

tel. +(48-95) 752 40 27, 69-113 Górzyca, Chyrzyno 1, www.pnujsciewarty.gov.pl

Wielkopolski National Park

tel. +(48-61) 813 22 06, 62-050 Mosina, Jeziory, www.wielkopolskipn.pl

Wigierski National Park

tel. +(48-87) 563 25 40, it tel. +(48-87) 563 25 62, 16-402 Suwałki, Krzywe 82, www.wigry.win.pl

Woliński National Park

tel. +(48-91) 328 07 37, 72-500 Międzyzdroje, ul. Niepodległości 3a, www.wolinpn.pl

UNESCO's World Heritage sitesMiędzyzdroje, ul. Niepodległości 3a, www.wolinpn.pl UNESCO's biosphere reserves Branches of the Polish

UNESCO's biosphere reserves

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