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Youth camp in Masuria lakes district
MASURIA – marvellous region situated in the north-east Poland, known as „Land of Thousand Lakes”. Instead of the lakes the region is famous for its beautiful forests and other sights, such as castles, palaces, historical sights, which attract thousands of tourists every year.
ACCOMMODATION: Student hostel, double roomed segment of 2,3,4-bedded rooms with bathrooms. On the premises a dayroom, TV room, Internet cafe, 24 hour reception.
MEALS: Daily (3 meals) at the canteen. Breakfasts and suppers as buffets, dinners served to the table. First meal: late supper on arrival, last meal: : breakfast on check-out and road trip food provision.
TRANSPORTATION: A coach for trips + airport transfers from Warsaw airport with guide service.
2017 CAMPS DATES SUGGESTED (groups of at least 15 people + 1 minder):
Any 7 or 14 night stay in June-August
The camps are for recreation. You are able to do a lot of sports, mainly team sports: basketball, volleyball, football. During the camp we organize a lot of competitions. All the activities and competitions are outdoor or in a sports center. The recreation activities are games and moving plays, kayaking and hyndrocycling, walking and bike trips. There is also time to rest on the lake beach watched by the lifeguard. There are some activities for more active ones: gym, aerobic, dancing. The program is complemented with: trip to Olsztyn (old city, castle) and discos and fires.
OPTIONAL PROGRAM (groups of at least 15 people + 1 minder):
- trip to the castle at Malbork – the largest medieval castle in Poland – 35 Euros per person (including entries and lunch).
- day-long trip to the Tricity (Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot) sightseeing the Gdańsk sights, Aquarium in Gdynia, walking along the seashore, lunch in a restaurant – 40 Euros per person.
PRICE: 280 Euros per person – 7 night stay
485 Euros per person – 14 night stay
INCLUDED IN PRICE: accommodation (7 or 14 nights), meals, medical care, program completion, transportation, cost of treatment insurance up to 10,000 Euros + accident insurance.
Gdańsk - the capital of Pomerania
Gdańsk is the Polish maritime capital with the population nearing half a million. It is a large centre of economic life, science, culture, and a popular tourist destination. Gdańsk, capital of the Pomerania, lying on the Bay of Gdańsk and the southern cost of the Baltic Sea the city is a thousand years old. Gdańsk has a modern international airport and two ferry terminals servicing regular lines between Gdańsk and Copenhagen via Trelleborg (Denmark), and Gdańsk and Nynashamn (Sweden).
In its "golden age" the city enjoyed the specific status of a municipal republic. It was also a melting pot of cultures and ethnical groups. The air of tolerance and the wealth built on trade made culture, science, and art. flourish. Today, works by outstanding Gdańsk masters can be admired in museums, churches, and galleries. These collections, as well as the historic sites of enchanting beauty witness a thousand years of the city's continued existence. The break-through events of the most recent turbulent period are documented in the multi-medial exhibition: "Roads to Freedom". The exposition recalls the local struggle for freedom and justice, and the birth of the "Solidarity.”
Gdańsk cultivates its centuries-long tradition in the field, and its nickname of the world capital of amber. Just like in the olden days the city owes much to its sea port. The harbour, largest along the Polish coast and in the entire Southern Baltic basin, continues to develop.
Malbork with its extensive Gothic castle complex. The Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights once lived in this fortress. “Light and sound” spectacles are held here as well as knights' tournaments for those who find looking at museum collections is not enough, also a conference center.
Olsztyn – the capital of the Warmia and Masuria Region
Olsztyn, with its 160,000 inhabitants, is the largest town of the Warmia and Masuria region. The centre of the town, heavily damaged by the war was thoroughly reconstructed. Around the centre there are old burghers tenement houses with characteristic galleries.
The Teutonic Knights’ castle from the 14th century is a valuable cultural monument. Today it hosts the Warmia and Masuria Museum, with an additional display commemorating the activity of Nicolaus Copernicus during his stay in the town. Copernicus’ name appears also in connection with the planetarium named after him, which was built in 1973 for the 500th anniversary of the astronomer’s birthday. Other cultural monuments include a late- Gothic cathedral, the Tall Gate, fragments of town fortifications from the 14th century and the old Baroque Town Hall erected in the beginning of 17th century.
A historic verdant city in a picturesque setting on hills over the Łyna Riva and an university center. The Gothic castle of the Warmia Chapter, where Copernicus used to live, today houses the Museum of Warmia and Mazury. Summer organ music recitals are given in the Gothic Cathedral of St. Jacob. Other interesting sights in Olsztyn include the planetarium and astronomical observatory.