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A view of a large group of cyclists passing through the starting gate as they start the race. There are many advertisements on the gate and on two oversized balloons standing behind clusters of spectators, who can be seen cheering on both sides of the track.

Kraków and Małopolska: Pumped for Cycling Adventures.

It is not without a reason that Poland’s largest cycling event, Tour de Pologne finishes in Kraków, the capital of the Małopolska Region and a perfect destination for all cycling enthusiasts. Cycling has long been a favourite pastime around here, and Kraków, with its rich history, vibrant culture, and perfect accommodation base in and around the city, is an ideal destination for cyclists seeking more than just an outdoor adventure. More

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A woman and a man are lifting a small boy up into the air. The two is walking across a meadow with tall grass and flowers. In the background, there are numerous wooded hills, and the sky is blue with cottony white clouds.

Beauty that has Waited for you for 150 Million Years.

Thanks to the picturesque landscapes and rich history, a walk, a ride or a drive in Małopolska offers a perfect blend of history, adventure, and breathtaking vistas that will leave you in awe. Read on to discover the captivating world of the Trail of Eagles’ Nests and Ojcowski National Park, where history and nature intertwine to create an enchanting experience for adults and children alike. More

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A view of a young woman riding a bicycle along a purpose-built path in the desert. She is wearing sportswear and a helmet. At the end of the path, there is a shelter and a metal platform. Some trees and lamp posts stand to the left of the path, and the sky is cloudy.

A Desert? In Europe?

Calling all adventurers! A hidden gem awaits your discovery among the forests and fields of Małopolska. One that will transport you to another world – reminiscent of Frank Herbert’s Dune or Mad Max. And yes, it is an actual desert! In Europe. Welcome to the Błędowska Desert, nestled in the northwest corner of Małopolska. More

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A view of a massive spinning swing, with a wheel of almost 27-metre diameter. People are seated in the wheel. Below, in the foreground, children with their parents are walking along the path among the amusement park’s huts. The sky is clear.

Energylandia: feel the thrill.

Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure at Energylandia, Poland’s largest amusement park in Poland? Arranged on over 70 hectares, the park is home to over a hundred attractions designed for all age groups: kids, teenagers, and adults. In its six thematic zones, Energylandia promises hours of unforgettable entertainment for everyone. More

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