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Masurian Lakes Masurian Lakes or the trout - filled sea rivers are among the most attractive fishing areas in Europe and their unique charm is irresistible. Well- developed tourist centres provide accommodation and food, while numerous shops specialising in fishing supplies. Offer everything that has been invented in the world. There is no error in calling the Masurian Lakes the Land of a Thousands Lakes. Linked by rivers and canals they from boating system for yachting, canoeing, all manner of water sports, angling or simply sailing with the ship, of the white fleet.


  • Excursion to the Wolf's Entrenchment in Gierlo¿ - a complex of giant bunkers, Hitler's headquarters during World War II and unique Baroque church,
  • One day excursion to Piska or Augustowska Forest to see the European bison, elk, boars, wolves, lynx, beavers as well as many unique (living only in this area) species of birds, Land of a Thousand Lakes
  • One day excursion to Olsztynek to visit picturesquely located open-air museum of folk architecture,
  • Cruise trips across the Great Masurian Lakes, "Concerts on the water" in Mikolajki ,
  • Canoeing and yachting trips ,
  • Angling,
  • Horse-back and cab rides ,
  • Hunting expeditions,
  • Bonfire cavalcades, cycling and walking in the forest
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