Explore on two wheels the borderlands of Lithuania, Poland and Belarus, with their gentle hills, sandy plains, vast primaeval forests, crystal clear lakes and deep river valleys. The tour starts in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius and finishes in the Polish capital Warsaw. Cycle in the Grodno region along the Augustow Canal in Belarus and in the beautiful Masurian Lakeland with Wigry and Biebrza National Parks in Poland.
This itinerary runs through villages and towns located in picturesque valleys and dales. Most of the route follows the Dunajec – a beautiful mountain river. You will get the opportunity to visit two National Parks and three UNESCO world heritage sites, including the great Kraków. You will walk on forested trails and optionally summit some of the highest peaks in the area.
This self guided cycling tour will take you through the cosy villages and towns located in picturesque valleys and dales of the Tatra and Pieniny mountains. During most of the trip you will be cycling along the Dunajec River and visit two National Parks and three UNESCO-listed sites, including the magnificent Krakow.
This self guided snow walking holiday is set in the unspoilt winter scenery of the Eastern Carpathians. Bieszczady Mountains remain one of eastern Europe’s last hidden gems. On the snow one can observe tracks of wild animals like lynx or European bison. Overnight stays are in cozy family-owned B&Bs, some of them with spa facilities.
This self guided snow walking holiday is set in the pristine winter scenery of the most impressive parts of the Carpathian mountains. The hikes run past broad meadows, clear streams and glacial lakes of the Tatras. Nights are spent in comfortable, cosy spa hotels. Start and end in Krakow.