Treasures of Northern Poland
The north of Poland will astonish you with its natural beauty and plentiful architectural jewels. Let yourself get mesmerized by scenic landscapes, pristine forests and crystal clear lakes. Fall in love with the charming northern towns and cities. Discover world-famous historical attractions and immerse yourself in the rich local culture.
What’s in the plan?
Masurian Lake District – discover the land of a thousand lakes known for its rich fauna and flora.
Lidzbark Warminski – see one of the best preserved Teutonic fortresses
Swieta Lipka – this destination of pilgrimage is renowned for its curative powers and beautifully ornamented baroque organs with figurines that move when the instrument is played.
Wilczy Szaniec (Wolf’s Lair) – explore this huge military complex which served as one of Hitler’s main headquarters.
A boat trip down Ostroda-Elblag canal – take a closer look at the pioneer system of locks and ramps that was built to overcome the difference in water levels between two lakes.
Malbork – visit the UNESCO-listed Malbork Castle, which is the biggest fortress built by the Teutonic Knights.
The TriCity region – walk the “Royal Way” and take a selfie with the Neptune Fountain in Gdańsk, enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of a spa resort in Sopot, and take a stroll around the harbour in Gdynia, where many famous ships are docked.
Torun - get to see the city that is most famous for 2 reasons: it’s a birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus, Polish astronomer who proved that the Earth circles the sun, and as the origin of the most famous gingerbread cookies in Poland.