Many tourists who have been to Poland believe that the country is best seen from horseback. That it is the best way to admire the various landscapes and breathe the fresh air of Polish fields and forests. They also say that there is nothing to compare with the bivouac under the sky with horses grazing nearby… Another great experience is to participate in medieval chivalrous tournaments held in the courtyards of old Gothic castles. However, in order to participate, rather than just be an observer at one of these events, you have to go through a special training course at Golub-Dobrzyń. Lessons in horse-riding, western style mounting, and driving horse-drawn carriages are available at most of the equestrian centres.