Po symbolicznej edycji w 2020 roku Jazz nad Odrą powraca w pełnej krasie. Pięć dni koncertów na trzech scenach, gwiazdy polskiego i światowego jazzu oraz tradycyjne jam session do rana – Strefa Kultury Wrocław odkrywa pierwsze karty tegorocznego programu.
The bike is a great solution for those who value mobility but don't want to lose touch with the environment. Lower Silesia offers a wealth of cycling routes - for less and more experienced cyclists, both in lowland and mountainous terrain. Discover the region on two wheels!
The bike is a great solution for those who value mobility but don’t want to lose touch with nature. Lower Silesia offers a wide selection of cycling routes – for less and more experienced cyclists, both in lowlands and mountainous terrain. Discover the region on two wheels!
Official website for Lower Silesian bike routes.
There are so many bicycle routes in the vicinity of Wroclaw, that everyone can choose something corresponding to their own technical and fitness capabilities. For example: the trail from Wroclaw starting under the Municipal Stadium and leading along the Odra river to Brzeg Dolny and back should appeal to road and mountain bike users.
In the lowlands and flat regions of Lower Silesia worth recommending are the cycling routes in the Barycz river Valley, offering the possibility of a peaceful rest in the beautiful nature. In the area of Boleslawiec there is the Lower Silesian Forest with interesting routes leading to, among others, two castles not far from the town – Kliczkow and Grodziec. Tourists visiting the Ksiaz Castle near Walbrzych can take advantage of the offer for a short and extremely pleasant trip around the Ksiaz Park or to get on their two wheels to the Chelmiec mountain, until recently considered the highest peak in Walbrzych Mountains.
Going further south, in turn, an ideal place for a bike trip will be the Karkonosze and Izera mountains. In the area of Szklarska Poreba itself there are several routes tailored to the needs of cyclists who want to spend their time traversing the mountains. Stopping for a short rest with the sounds of water falling through the cascades of Szklarka Waterfall or taking a section of the international cycling route ‘Liczyrzepa’ running through the entire Sudetes is an absolute must on such a trip! The Kaczawa Mountains and Foothills are also perfect for cycling – small hills should not cause problems even for less experienced cycling enthusiasts, and volcanic landscapes with such interesting formations as the so-called The Wielislaw Organ is a real paradise for everyone who is interested in the country’s natural heritage.
The areas belonging to the Lądek-Zdrój Commune are located in the Kłodzko Valley, in the Eastern Sudetes, at the south-west end of the Lower Silesia Province.
An urban-rural commune in the south-western part of the Lower Silesia Province, situated at the foot of the Izera Mountains, on the route from Szklarska Poręba to Świeradów-Zdrój.
If you like spending time actively, check out the blog of Łukasz Kędzierski, a traveler and photographer, and learn about his suggestions.
For centuries, a white lady has haunted the Grodno castle. The local people said that she was the wife of the castellan of the castle, who, after losing her husband, threw herself from the walls into the abyss and wandered over them since then.
The whole area is crossed by a dense network of tourist routes with excellent conditions for active tourism. The most common forms of it is cycling tourism.
These are five beautiful bicycle loops that begin and end at the Railway Station in Oborniki Śląskie, marked with a characteristic logo in the area.
Known far beyond the borders of the region, mainly for the largest group of breeding ponds in Europe (Stawy Milickie), Milicz is a small town located in the northern part of the Lower Silesia Province, in the picturesque valley of the Barycz River.
Picturesque location in the Wałbrzych Mountains, the vicinity of the Kamienne and Sowie Mountains, monuments, recreational facilities - all this creates unique conditions for sports, various forms of tourism and recreation throughout the year
A typical tourist village for this region in the Podgórna River valley in the Sudetes, at the foot of the Karkonosze Mountains, at the same time serving as the seat of the commune consisting of 10 small, but extremely charming mountain towns, including Borowice, Głębocka, Miłków, Przesieki and Ściegien.
An urban-rural commune located in the south-western part of the Lower Silesia Province, in an extremely picturesque region of the Kłodzko Valley, including, among others, middle and top floors of the Stołowe Mountains.
Bardzkie Mountains - is an 18 km long mountain range located in the Central Sudetes, between the Sowie Mountains in the north-west and the Złote Mountains in the south-east. About halfway through the picturesque gorge it is crossed by the Nysa Kłodzka river.
Rudawy Janowickie is a small range in the Western Sudetes located in the area ranging from the Bóbr Valley in the north to the Kowarska Pass (727 m above sea level) in the south and between the Jelenia Góra Valley in the west and the Kamienna Góra Valley in the east. In the vicinity of Janowice Wielkie, they border the Kaczawskie Mountains, and on the Kowarska Pass, with the Karkonosze Mountains.
The commune is located in the northern part of the Lower Silesia Province, between Głogów and Polkowice, with its seat in the village of Grębocice, the history of which, confirmed by documents, dates back to the second half of the 13th century (the village was founded under German law in 1298).
It is the only such place in Poland - the largest system of mountain bike routes in the heart of the Sudetes provides over 500 km of trails in the Sowie Mountains and the Suche Mountains, one of the most picturesque regions of Lower Silesia.
A vast meadow in the Izera Mountains, located on the popular tourist route connecting Szklarska Poręba with Świeradów-Zdrój.
The history of Szklarska Poręba was always bound with the progress of glass industry, with the search for precious gemstones, and from the 19th century with mountain tourism.
When the winter snows melt and the trails in the mountains become more friendly and accessible, many of you set off to the mountains to reach the highest peak of the Karkonosze Mountains and whole Lower SIlesia - Śnieżka. We understand it perfectly, because to be in Karpacz and not to stand on its top is like ... not to be in Karpacz.
Do you like bikes? Do ride a bike alone, with family or friends? Find your way down easy and fast.
Find your route! Lower Silesia - bicycle routes for everyone.
One of the biggests pond complex in Europe. Popularised not only by carp breeding but also by lovely walking trails with perfect opportunities for bird watching.