We invite you to come and discover Podlaskie Province. Situated in the north-east of Poland – at the geographical center of Europe – Podlasie is called “the green lungs of Poland”. Anyone looking for an escape from civilization will find it there, in the land of forests and rivers.

The Podlasie region is among the most interesting in Poland. It’s known for its pristine nature, various cultures coexisting, and old-times vibe.

That’s where you will find beautiful wooden houses, numerous picturesque Orthodox churches, the only Tatar villages in Poland, or the UNESCO-protected Białowieża Forest. The Podlasie region also offers a unique culinary experience so if you are a foodie this area will be a treat for you.


Tour: Białystok and Supraśl

Date: Thursday, September 19th
Time: 9:00 - 14:00
Price: 75,00 EUR

Białystok - the capital of the province - a multicultural and multinational city where Esperanto language was created and where people of different faiths mix side by side. While Supraśl is another charming Podlasie town located on the edge of the Knyszyn Forest. Suprasl is home to secluded places with wooden houses, churches, a monastery and chapels. read more>>>

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Tour: Tykocin

Date: Friday, September 20th
Time: 9:00 - 13:00
Price: 70,00 EUR

Tykocin is the oldest and one of the most beautiful towns in Podlasie, called the "Pearl of Baroque" because of its architecture.
It's also a charming town with cobblestone streets, wooden cottages, lots of historical monuments and true Podlasie hospitality. read more>>>

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Tour: Tartar Trail

Date: Friday, September 20th
Time: 9:00 - 17:00
Price: 85,00 EUR

In the 17th century, King Jan III Sobieski granted the lands around Sokółka and Krynki to the soldiers of the Tartar banners. Their descendants live there to this day, and tourists following the Tartar Trail can learn about their history, culture and delicious cuisine. read more>>>

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Tartar Trail
Tour: Białowieża Forest

Date: Saturday, September 21st
Time: 9:00 - 18:00
Price: 99,00 EUR

Białowieża Forest is the last natural forest in the European Lowlands. It was created without human contribution and is the only natural site in Poland listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thanks to the existence of the Forest in our part of Europe, the bison – the largest mammal of the Old Continent – survived. read more>>>

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