The various routes we have prepared cater for the needs of both the amateur adventurist and those who covet a slightly more ambitious challenge.
"Conquering" the Dylewska Mountain (16,5 km).
13th century wooden at Rychnov (8 km).
Grunwald Fields, Museum and Monument - 5km. In mid-July, on the anniversary of Jagiello's famous victory over the Teutonic Knights, tourists and enthusiasts flock to the area. The biggest attraction is the enactment of the Grunwald Battle itself, performed by some 1,500 knights from Poland, Czechia, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Germany, Lithuania, Latvia and Belarus.
Dąbrówno (15km) - a small town South West Masuria, picturesquely situated between two lakes. Dąbrów draws in nature lovers, those who value tranquility and the magnificent landscape of the Moraine Hills. Interesting attractions include a 14th century Gothic church with a polychrome ceiling belfry, and the many architectural curiosities such as historical tenement houses, fragments of city fortifications and an 18th century water tower.