This trip is something extra for people who want to find real treasures of Poland! Right et the airport you will get a map with the hidden treasures and a journal of a traveller. With your map and the journal you will be discovering every day our mysterious enigmas. You will be looking for gold, fishing, riding a horse and much more! Check out more about Adventure trip Poland below.
From the suggestions below, you can choose all the places you like or just some of them! You can decide by yourself what you want to see and how long your journey will last.
Day 1. Arrival to Wroclaw. Accommodation in a Hotel in Wroclaw. Visiting Wroclaw following the Wrocław dwarves. An evening city game! Adventure trip Poland begins!
Wrocław is one of the oldest and the most beautiful cities in Poland. Situated at the foot of the Sudetes, by the Oder river, criss-crossed by its numerous tributaries and channels, it is an exceptional city of 12 islands and more than 100 bridges.
Day 2. A trip to the Kaczawskie Mountains, called “Polish Eldorado” and accommodation in agro-tourism farm “Agrohippika”. A visit to Zotoryja in the Museum of Gold and searching for gold in the Kaczawa river.
Each summer, Polish gold hunters laboriously rinse sludge in the Kaczawa River next to the town of Złotoryja in north-western Poland. The tradition of the exploration of the valuable ore in Lower Silesia is over 750 year old, and although it seemed that the deposits have been depleted a long time ago…
Day 3. A trip to Rudawy Janowickie, a horseback trip to a hidden castle in the forest. Then a walking trip to the Colorful Lakelets.
Day 4. A trip to the Sowie Mountains. Accommodation in the “Weaver’s House”. Visiting the underground city of Osówka. Mysterious Underground Town Głuszyca, the Osówka Complex was the last, the main, the largest, the most complex of Hitler’s headquarters constructed in Lower Silesia.
Day 5. A trip to the rock maze “Błędne Skały” in the Table Mountains.
Although they are called the Errant Rocks in English, Błędne Skały looks almost intentional. As perfectly chiseled paths lead visitors on hikes, their imaginations can run wild among the natural forms of the rocks nestled near the Table Mountains of Poland.
Day 6. A trip to the Bear Cave. Discovered as a result of marble quarrying in the Snieznik mountain massif, this is one of Poland’s finest caves, with almost 2km of huge chambers, narrow passages and forests of stalactites. The finest accretions resemble drapery, notably an 8m-high cascade-like calcite example. Animal bones have been found here, including an imposing bear’s skeleton dating from the glacial period.
Day 7. Trip to Złoty Stok to the Gold Mine, a visit the Escape Room and return to Wroclaw.
The Polish town of Zloty Stok is known for its mining history. In medieval times, Zloty Stok produced gold through mining and smelting. While the town’s famous mine is primarily thought of as a gold mine, it later induced an arsenic mine as well. Today, a museum and visitor tour tell the story of the mine and its fascinating history throughout the centuries.
Keep in mind that we also offer customised travel, so write to us if you are unable to find something to your liking or would like to combine certain attractions from our offer. If you want to buy a trip, fill in the questionnaire here and we will learn from it what your interests and expectations are. And then we will contact you to discuss the details! We will do our best to figure out the travel plan right for you! Adventure trip Poland is waiting for you 🙂