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The East Europe Route – from the chill of the North to the Heat of the South

The Polish section shall run through four regions: Podlasie, Mazovia, Holly Cross Province and Lesser Poland and is planned to have a length of 1 100 km. The adventure begins among the exceptional nature of the Augustow Forest. Then we get to the beautiful Polish capital – Warsaw, where we can admire both modern and historic buildings. It is worth mentioning that the Old Town in Warsaw has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Going further south we reach the city of Radom where with a little luck we can participate in one of the many cultural and sporting events, such as the Air Show. The next point on the route is in Kielce, where we have a chance to see Kadzielnia - a strict reserve of inanimate nature.

After 130 km you will reach Krakow, where we can visit the Mariacki Church, explore historical ruins under the Main Square, or enjoy the city panorama from Kosciuszko's Mound.

The last section of the route takes you to picturesque highlands of Lesser Poland. Travelling Poland from north to south is certainly an unforgettable experience.

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