A TRAIL BETWEEN THE CAPITAL OF POLAND AND Bory Tucholskie National Park
- Duration: 7 days
- Suggested means of transport: airplane, self-drive, train
- Transport to destinations: self-drive, transfers with a private driver, car rental
Warsaw is a dynamic metropolis in Central Europe and the capital of Poland. Painfully affected by the Second World War, the city is currently one of the most rapidly developing centres in Europe. When discovering Poland's capital city, a must-see are the 700-year-old Old Town, reconstructed after World War II with the help of Canaletto's paintings, the Royal Castle, which has been the residence of Polish rulers since the 16th century, the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the POLIN Museum of the history of Polish Jews. After two days in Warsaw you will set off to Toruń, considered one of the most beautiful cities in Poland, famous for its well-preserved medieval Old Town. Apart from its undoubted architectural value, in Toruń you will discover numerous attractions such as a planetarium, a museum of live gingerbread and interesting monuments - it is an ideal destination for the whole family. The leisure part of your trip is a stay in the Tuchola Forest National Park. This is an ideal place for those seeking peace in soothing natural surroundings.