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The major target of the project is to make available to common people, aquatics lovers and those who have never had anything to do with water, the possibility to explore the longest, the most magnificent, almost unspoilt by civilization, the last wild river in Europe – Queen Vistula!
The Vistula, in addition to the wildlife, also is a marvelous history lesson. After all, it flows through most interesting, in terms of sightseeing, places in Poland. It is here, along the banks of the Vistula, that the history of the country was formed.
The Vistula also is a great attraction to anglers, wildlife lovers, ornithologists, in particular, because its banks and islands are the breeding ground and home for numerous bird species. Therefore, a cruise along the Vistula may be a perfect way to spend a family vacation, full of adventures (also with the youngest kids), and to organize an integration event to the employees and partners of your company.
Just bring yourselves to Poland... and discover the last wilde river in Europe !
• Each yacht has comfortable sleeping places for 7 people
• In order to assure safety and comfort, all the five yachts cruise in a group. The first vessel is steered by a professional skipper whose responsibilities include without limitation: finding and demarcation of the correct route on the river and the mooring points, arranging sightseeing and other attractions (restaurants, barbecues, grill), guiding, supplies (water, fuel, food) and in-water/inland care – the permanent touch with the skipper is provided through the CB radio aboard each yacht.
• The yachts assure the complete comfort during the long trip – the standard facilities, in addition to a WC and outside shower with hot water, include central heating from TRUMA, fully furnished kitchen with a refrigerator, hot and cold water and the dishes. Thanks to the large fuel and water tanks provided, the vessels are practically self-sufficient
• However, if someone gets tired with the camping life, they may use one of the hotels, inns or camping sites located ashore, cooperating with us and take a shower or stay overnight there, instead aboard the yacht.
• Each vessel is also equipped with everything that is necessary in water, including a binocular, a torch, a CB radio,
• Plus the complete set (for all the passengers) of bicycles to do sightseeing after landing plus a fishing rod for the angling lovers.
• The route has been divided into five sections, each ca. 200 km long (look below for our schedule and sections description).
• It takes 7 days to pass one section (from Sunday, ca. 12:00 noon to Saturday, ca. 12:00 noon).
• For the people coming in their own cars we organize guarded paid car park and transport back to the cruise starting point
• The amended regulations concerning the licenses required for steering motor boats have allowed us to charter the yachts without a license. Prior to the cruise start, we organize a 2-hour training for you, after which you will be able to steer the yachts yourselves. However, if somebody does not feel fit to steer the yacht and does not want to do it, they may hire a skipper
• The cost of chartering a whole yacht (for 7 people) 7 days (one section of the route) is:
- 1200 Euro in low season,
- 1500 Euro in high season (July-August).
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Cracow- an ancient magic city.
Cracow offers a wide spectrum of museums, art galleries full of exhibitions, theatres, historic cellars, clubs, cafes & restaurants with live music, is an exciting destination for the travelers on the world map!
The city’s cultural heritage is mirrored in its intellectual achievements – the Jagiellonian University is the oldest in Poland. The student population of the city numbers almost 100,000 and this large student population fires a lively nightlife scene that burns brightly in the atmospheric cellar bars away from the tourists above. Cracow has sharply contrasting seasons with cold, snowy winters and fresh springs and autumns. Visitors should beware of the locals’ use of the word fresh – an optimistic reference to blatantly cold weather. The labyrinthine cellars of the Old Town are an ideal place to escape the winter chill. However, come summer, the quintessential Cracow experience is relaxing in a pavement café on the main square enjoying one of the long and balmy nights.
Cracow (Krakow) is now well established as a major tourist destination. At the height of summer, Poland’s fourth largest city throngs with tour groups, all manner of tourist tack and countless pavement cafés that seem to occupy every cobble of the main square. Out of season, late at night or even in the first slivers of morning light, it is clear why so many people flock to visit. This magical city, situated in the southeast of the country, between the Jura uplands and the Tatra Mountains, on the banks of the Wisla (Vistula) River, has one of the best-preserved medieval city centres in Europe. Dozens of churches cover almost every architectural period and are surrounded by monasteries and abbeys – walking through the Old Town streets is like drifting back through the musty pages of a historical novel.
Cracow – a tourist horn of plenty
Cracow, Poland's former royal capital, is one of the most attractive spots on the tourist map of Europe. This is a place where legends, history and modernity intertwine. The city, which lies on the banks of the Vistula River, is famous for its priceless historical monuments of culture and art.
A delightful town on the Wisła River, with over 120 historic buildings, some over 800 yearsold. Museum and galleries testify to vibrant cultural life. Guided tours of the cellars beneath the main square. Stunning ravines close to the old town.
Sandomierz undoubtedly has always been a European city as itpreserved the various marks of the history of Europe and it belongs to its cultural heritage. Sandomierz a town whose roots reach back over ten centuries, is picturesquely situated on the edge of Kielecko - Sandomierska Upland, declining in theform of huge slopes into the Vistula valley.
Formerly Sandomierz belonged to the biggest towns in Poland. As sedes regni principalis it used to be aduke’s seat and a royal residence. Bound up with Christianity for ten ages, together with a nearby Zawichost it was also a communication link of international trade route, leading from Western Europe through Wrocław, Cracow, Wiślica and Sandomierz to Rus and further eastwards until Mongolian Empire. Sandomierz and Zawichost guarded the main ford across the Vistula.
In the 14th century this became prosperous mercantile town, and during the period Jews began to settle in the area. Dynamic Jewish communities of tradesrs and shopkeepers were integral to the charakter of the town and today one of the traces is the former Lustig house which belonged to Jewish mercantile family. Other evidences of their presence are the synagogue, jewish cemetery, and the collection of ritual objects displayed in the Silverware Museum.
Welcome to Warsaw interesting and happening city in Europe!
Today the city has undergone a huge transformation process. Many old buildings gave way to modern sky scrapers and dilapidating old town was restored. Worth seeing subsection includes sample walks around Warsaw and has suggestions on trips outside of Warsaw.
Warsaw – a charming capital
Warsaw is a city with many faces where tradition intermingles with modernity. From the terrace on Zamkowy Square, where the Royal Castle and St. Anne's Church are located, is a view of the new Świętokrzyski Bridge. The dominating silhouette of the city centre belongs to the Palace of Culture and Science, which today shares the city skyline with numerous office towers. You can feel the breath of history in the Old Town, on Nowy Świat Street and everywhere where the city's roots have been preserved.
We hope you enjoy your stay in one of the most interesting and happening places in Europe!
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125,000 inhabitants, is set in the picturesque landscape on the banks of the Vistula. Although today an oil-processing centre, the city can boast a sizeable number of historic treasures. A complex of burgher houses dating from the 18th and 19th centuries forms the old town. The town hall raised in 1825 is one of the finest examples of neoclassical architecture in Poland. The cathedral on the Tumskie Hill (Wzgórze Tumskie) dates back to the first half of 12th century and is the oldest settelment in Mazovia, and was the residence of the first Polish king, a bishopric and a commercial center on the Wisla waterway. it suffered severely from Swedish invasion and lost its importance. The highlights of the town include medieval Cathedral, the Regional museum of Art Nouveau.
lowland spa: lowland climate, moderately and weakly stimulating
height: 46 m above sea level
postal code: 87-720 Ciechocinek
telephone area code: +48-54
Main treatment areas:
mobility and rheumatic disorders, respiratory and circulatory system disorders, skin and female diseases, obsesity.
Natural therapeutic resources:
chloridesodium waters (0.35-0.85%), brines (4.57%), hypothermal brines (26-27oC) with concentration of 4.23-6.43%, from boreholes going down to 1,378 m. Location: The spa lies in the wide proglacial valley of the river Vistula. It dates back to the 19th century, when rich thermal brine springs were discovered here, and one of Europe's largest twig towers releasing brine vapour, salt-works and classicistic baths were built, which are operational to this day. Ciechocinek includes the beautifully kept Tężniowy Park, Zdrojowy Park with a roofed promenade, a pine park, and a nature reserve of salt-loving plants.
sanatoriums and spa hospitals with 3,674 beds; Balneology Clinic of the Academy in Bydgoszcz.
physiotherapy centres, indoor brine pools and rehabilitation pools, 1,740 m twig towers releasing brine vapour serving as open-air inhalators, an outdoor thermal-brine pool.
Attractions and cultural events:
frequent concerts at the band shell in the park and at the concert hall, performances in the summer Spa Theatre, Summer at the Twig Towers, Firemen's Song Festival.
Salt-Works (1830), historical Orthodox church of the Archangel Michael, 16th century church in Raciażek. The historical city of Toruń is 25 km away.
Tourism and sports:
sports stadium, tennis courts, horse-riding club, angling sites. Many hiking and biking routes with special interest programs. Detailed information available at the local tourist information office.
Toruń (200,000 inhabitants) is proud of its Old Town, which has been added to UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Founded in 1233 by the Teutonic Knights, the city is home to many splendid examples of historical architecture. The Old Town Hall combines the elements of Gothic with late Renaissance. Opposite, there is a monument commemorating Nicolaus Copernicus. In the house of his birth, a collection of documents and instruments from the epoch can be viewed. His name was given to the Toruń University. The sumptuous church of St Mary is famous for its stellar vault.
The famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus was born and lived in the medieval town of Toruń, which is now on the UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritage List. Copernicus was the first astronomer who said that the earth is not the centre of the universe, but rather the planets revolve around the Sun. Maybe this is what makes our sky so attractive for aviators. Polish air clubs have training courses for aircraft and glider pilots. Hang-gliding and increasingly popular motor-gliding can also be enjoyed in Poland. Enthusiasts of hot-air ballooning and parachuting are also catered for.
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.
125,000 inhabitants, is located on the river of the same name, a couple of kilometres away from the Vistula Lagoon. Historical fragments of the heavily dilapidated town centre have been reconstructed from the war-damage. The Gothic church of St Nicolas from 13th and 14th centuries is well worth a visit. In the town, the Elbląg Canal ends after running for 80 kilometres between Elbląg and Ostróda.
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.