Dunajec River and Niedzica Castle: Go gallivanting down the ever-so-pretty Polish Dunajec River and set your eyes on the precious castle which has the most stunning scenery as the backdrop.
* Get your kicks as you mosey along Dunajec River
* Potter along to the 14th century Niedzica Castle, which looks across Czorsztyn Lake
* Get the background on the highlands
Make your way to the desired destination whilst you sit back and relax on the comfortable coach. The castle is pretty rich in history, in fact it was actually built by Hungarians solely for the purpose of protecting the crucial trade routes that were established and flourished in Dunajec Valley. Get the opportunity to stroll around inside and discover all that’s hidden behind the 14th century walls. Set your eyes on the reservoir and dam before you find out all about the Incas who found refuge here as well!
You will be more than acquainted with the wonderful waters by now and so it’s mighty time to set out upon the river. Hop on for the ride of your life, you shall be based on a wooden raft as you calmly follow the river along. As you are in the water, you shall catch more than a glimpse of the limestone cliffs. Don’t get too caught up in the picturesque place as you may miss out on the abundance of rare birds that casually swoop above you. The native flora is something to bask in too! This is a trip that definitely showcases a more rural and rustic side to Poland.
Meeting point: At the bus stop at 11 Powile Street (opposite the Sheraton Hotel).
Duration: Approx. 8 hours.
Start/opening time: Departures on Mondays and Thursdays at 9am.