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Weekend trip around the Trzebnica Hills

Where in the immediate vicinity of Wrocław spend a weekend surrounded by picturesque landscapes, relaxing in the bosom of nature and spending time on a walk, cycling or tasting wines from local vineyards? The answer is very simple – in the Trzebnickie Hills region! We invite you to get to know the northern part of the Lower Silesia Province together.

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The area of ​​Trzebnica is diversified thanks to the shifting of glaciers, which, apart from creating small and charming hills, left behind peculiarities in the form of erratic rocks, which currently contribute to the unique aura of this place. The best way to get to know the region is by bike or on foot – active tourism is favored by a well-developed network of tourist routes, taking into account not only natural attractions, but also the cultural heritage of the region. As in the whole of Lower Silesia, also in the area of ​​the Trzebnickie Hills there are many noteworthy monuments – especially churches and palaces, for which the whole of Lower Silesia is famous. When planning the route of the trip, it is worth taking into account such points as the (formerly Evangelical) baroque church of Of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Rościsławice, the Church of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Strupin, the renaissance church of the Holy Trinity in Masłów (with epitaphs and tombstones), the Sanctuary of St. Jadwiga in Trzebnica or palaces or palace complexes, among others in Siemianice, Bagno, Krościn Mała and Wielka Lipa.


In the vicinity of the Trzebnickie Hills, for those willing to get acquainted with the beauty of the region, there will also be accommodation – in hotels (sometimes located in historic palace interiors), recreational centers, agritourism farms, guesthouses, inns and excursion houses. After active sightseeing by bike or on foot, after visiting the aforementioned monuments or one of the many local theme villages (Morzęcin Mały, Kuźniczysko, Kuraszków), after taking part in one of the field games from the Explorers’ Expeditions series, presenting the values ​​of the land of Trzebnickie Hills in a very interesting way , it is also worth remembering about the pleasure of tasting local products. Among them – mainly wines from local vineyards, benefiting equally from the natural terrain, and from valuable soils, which, in combination, give one of the best Polish wines (and so, for example, red grapes are grown in the Trzebnickie Hills – pinot noir and cabernet sauvignon, the white ones – chardonnay, rieslinga, gewürztraminer and pinot gris).

Come and taste the Trzebnickie Hills region – not only during the weekend or around the weekend!


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