Biking

Biking is becoming number one activity in Poland. All newly-built cycling lanes in the cities, bitten forest and river banks’ trails, challenging mountain trails attract thousands of tourists every year. The recent investments in biking infrastructure have made Poland a perfect destination for biking in Europe. Join us for a ride! You'll love it.

Today Polish cities offer an extensive network of cycling lanes and public bike rentals. You can create your own city tour and discover the place at your own pace. Choose a city Warsaw, Poznan, Wroclaw, Lodz, Katowice, Krakow, Opole, Lublin, Bialystok and see the options.

If you wish to enjoy our countryside by bike, there are numerous trails in every region. Is it a one day-trip or weekend-runaway or one-month-journey? There is an option for everybody as there are new tails opened almost every day. Let's discover the most popular trails in Poland.

Two-wheel travel is both enjoyable and highly rewarding: you move at your own pace and stop anywhere and everywhere. Whether you want to ride through empty mountain tracks or dawdle along quaint countryside roads, here are five ‘must-ride’ cycle routes in Poland.
Mikołajki
Enjoy a gentle bike ride along cycle tracks or quiet country roads in the fresh air to discover the delights of the Masurian Lake District.
Żar Mountain Bike Park
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Warsaw
The East Europe Route has been labelled by some cyclists as the 'Beast of the East', which is not surprising when you consider this lengthy route stretches from the north-east tip of Norway all the way down to sunny Greece.
The Vistula Bicycle Route
The Vistula Bicycle Route in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship runs along the banks of the Vistula River, in the section between the edge of the Masovian Voivodeship in the vicinity of Włocławek and Dobrzyń nad Wisłą, and the border of the Pomeranian Voivodeship in the vicinity of Grudziądz and Nowe.
Baltic Sea Cycling Route
The Baltic Sea Cycle Route goes around the Baltic sea through Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Baltic – Adriatic cycling route
The planned route cuts across Europe north to south from Poland to northern Croatia en route passing through the Czech Republic, Austria and Slovenia.
Bobolice
The Central Europe Route links France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland and Ukraine. It is estimated that the whole route will be completed by 2020. EuroVelo 4 runs in the southern part of Poland and passes through two major cities Krakow and Rzeszow.
Warsaw
The Capitals Route runs from Galway, Ireland to Moscow, Russia. This west-east route passes successively through seven countries — Ireland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Belarus and Russia. It is estimated that the route will join all their capital cities by 2020.
Cracow
Seeing the sights of the world from the back of a bicycle is a very popular and healthy way of traveling. In Poland there are suitable routes at the seaside, in the Lake District, in national and landscape parks, routes leading to mountain peaks and down winding ravines and valleys and around big cities.
Iron Curtain Trail
After World War II, for many years Europe was divided into two parts. The West European countries were separated from those remaining under Soviet influence. The border between them was stretching from the Barents to the Black Sea.

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