"I was fascinated by the irresistible charm of the Biebrza. There is no other river like it in the entire Poland. Beautiful and inaccessible. Peaceful and pristine, a perfect place to recharge."
"If you haven’t been to the Białowieża Forest, you know nothing about Europe. This is what the real forest used to look like. It is a definite must-see."
"One of the few places in Poland that should be seen in order to get to know the culture and life of three cultures and religions that cooperate with each other: Catholic, Orthodox and Muslim. A good lesson of history and tolerance."
Podlaskie dazzles with its pristine nature, diverse landscape and exotic charm. Here are TOP 10 places you simply can’t miss when in north-eastern Poland.
Podlaskie is one of the most biodiverse regions in Poland. It features 4 national parks, which cover a significant part of the region’s total area.
Podlaskie has for ages been a melting pot for many different nations and cultures. This unique mix is reflected in the cuisine of the region, which features a one-of-its-kind mosaic of flavours, aromas and sensations.
Does “Podlasie” mean the same as “Podlaskie”? Why do we celebrate Christmas twice a year? How come Poland’s lowest temperatures are noted right here? Read on to understand Podlaskie!
Summer holidays in Podlaskie are marked by a multitude of music festivals of various genres, e.g. famous Suwałki Blues Festival, Basowiszcza – a rock festival in Gródek, Podlaskie Octave of Cultures. Relax and follow the lazy current of Podlaskie rivers in a kayak or on a raft.