Kampinos-Nationalpark, Lowitsch
Kampinos-Nationalpark, Lowitsch

The Kampinos Primeval Forest starts on the north-western outskirts of Warsaw, and thanks to its closeness to the capital means it forms the “green lungs” for the city, supplying it with fresh air. Traditionally a hunting area for Polish Kings and abundant with game like auroch, bison and brown bears, it is now one of the favourite weekend destinations for Warsaw inhabitants and visitors. These days it is inhabited by moose, beavers, elk, wild boar, otter and… hoards of mosquitos. By exploring the Kampinos on foot or by bike, you can discover its unusual inland dunes, with its patches of marshes and peatbogs.

The Kampinos Primeval Forest starts on the north-western outskirts of Warsaw, and thanks to its closeness to the capital means it forms the “green lungs” for the city, supplying it with fresh air. Traditionally a hunting area for Polish Kings and abundant with game like auroch, bison and brown bears, it is now one of the favourite weekend destinations for Warsaw inhabitants and visitors. These days it is inhabited by moose, beavers, elk, wild boar, otter and… hoards of mosquitos. By exploring the Kampinos on foot or by bike, you can discover its unusual inland dunes, with its patches of marshes and peatbogs.

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The Kampinos is within reach of the Warsaw public transport system. You can also easily get to one of local towns or villages by car, but remember that many roads passing through the forest cars are closed to cars – you will have to leave yours at one the parking areas (mostly for free). Lowicz is a bit further out, but it only takes about an hour to get there by bus or train, or less by car (take the E30).

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