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Biebrza National Park

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Osowiec-Fortress 8, Goniadz 19-110, Poland
+48 85 738 06 20
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A lovely and intriguing place but not hugely accessible

We love National Parks and this one was no exception. It is a little difficult to visit, mainly... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Elkabelka
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Boulder, CO
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Simply beautiful *****

Unique and unforgettable experience with beautiful nature. Amazing National Park with all its... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2017
Andy T
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London, United Kingdom
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Osowiec-Fortress 8, Goniadz 19-110, Poland
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+48 85 738 06 20
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We love National Parks and this one was no exception. It is a little difficult to visit, mainly because of horrendous mosquitos and horse flies. A face net and protective clothing might be a way to conquer it when visiting the place in the summer....More

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Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

Unique and unforgettable experience with beautiful nature. Amazing National Park with all its forests and marshes. Great place too relax and interact with this beautiful world. Fabulous choice for the birds watches or photographers like myself. Really worth recommending as there's only few places left...More

Thank Andy T
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Reviewed 19 August 2017

I love the eastern part of Poland, Biebrza is one of the most remote areas in Europe with enormous variety of birds and if you are real patient great chances to see otters and Beavers as well. I have seen tracks of wolves, several European...More

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Reviewed 26 June 2017

We did the 8 kilometer forest walk to the Czerwony Marsh viewpoints and were attacked by mosquitoes for most of the walk, entirely spoiling the day. However we went to the west side of the lower part of the park the next day and had...More

Thank HTin
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

This is one of the iconic places for wildlife in Europe, with fantastic birding (including rare ones), a wide range of mammals, dragonflies and butterflies and full of atmosphere. It costs 6 zloty to visit each day - there are no special entrances, but you...More

Thank GilesP
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Reviewed 25 April 2017

An amazing place to watch and admire wildlife and out-of-this-world views! Biebrza National Park features tons of places - both easily accessible and those well hidden to explore. Watch clearly - there is a always an animal lurking from behind a tree, an elk, a...More

Thank Panhirsch
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Reviewed 9 September 2016

Awe inspiring place - empty of humans. Lots of wild space and wildlife. Saw elk, lots of birds. Plus beavers on the river. Boat trip recommended. Also insects, wild flowers and funghi. Hope it can be preserved - beautiful. Great place to get away from...More

Thank phoebsp483
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Reviewed 27 July 2016

Birds and floodings in the spring, bikes and walks in the summer, friut and mushrooms and honey festival! Kayaking, horse riding. History (especially IIWW, but also specific area of cultural mixing over the centuries of Polish history). Simply amazing.

Thank Agnes_DC
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Reviewed 12 June 2016

The largest Polish National Park, and one of the largest in Europe, is located in the north-east corner of the country - the area known as the Green Lungs of Poland. The most precious part of the park are The Biebrza Marshes. Home for rare...More

3  Thank Tomasz C
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Reviewed 28 September 2015

Biebrza National Park is a large area of marshes, swamps and forests around Biebrza river. Great place for birdwatchers, but also for hiking, kayaking, biking etc. Military fanatics will find big XIX century fortress in Osowiec and I WW - II WW bunkers in surrounding...More

Thank karosu77
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