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Welcome To WalkPoland

WalkPoland Ltd is a consultancy offering information and support services to companies and individuals interested in walking in Poland. This covers the country’s nature, walking routes and scenic areas, history and culture.

From 2011 to mid 2013 WalkPoland Ltd was an independent tour organiser providing escorted walking tours in Poland. It no longer operates as such.
Nevertheless we still believe that Poland is an exciting, new and largely undiscovered destination for the European and world traveller. The countryside boasts a multitude of walking paths in unspoiled landscapes and is rich in architecture and stories from European history. It is also adorned with amazing wild flowers. The restaurants offer original food and – of course – a range of vodkas and beers.

Over the last three years WalkPoland designed and successfully run walking tours in five different regions of Poland including:

  • Gdańsk and Mazurian Lakes
  • The Vistula River Renaissance towns
  • Kraków and Bieszczady mountains
  • Lublin and the Roztocze National Park

All photographs on this website were taken on WalkPoland’s walks.

For further information please contact Ania on ania@walkpoland.com

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Following Chopin

Warsaw and Chopin’s trail is Walkpoland’s next tour. It starts on 4 September and runs for six nights, staying at a hotel in the heart […]

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Help yourself to Putin’s apples!

Walking round streets of Warsaw, you now encounter baskets of free apples offered by the growers, who over the years have supplied the Russian market. […]

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Operation Gdynia Sails 2014

Gdynia is hosting a major tall ships regatta between 15 and 18 August 2014. This is the 40th anniversary from the first Polish international Tall […]

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Walking the mouth of Vistula River

Sobieszewo Island, less than 10 miles east of Gdansk – where Vistula joins the Baltic sea. After two hour walk in the coastal pine forest, […]

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I always imagined that all Europe was a crowded place. I was really surprised to experience the wilderness and beauty of Roztocze

John

Zamość and Lublin: brilliant hotels

Angela

Wonderful walking, unknown tracks, local guides

Moira

I had no idea about your rich culture and history

Moira

Would wish for a lighter diet at the beginning of the week

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