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Kampinos National Park

Poland
+48 22 722 60 01
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Walk through the forest

Very nice place near the capital city. You can enjoy in peace and nature. Good connection with bus... read more

Reviewed August 12, 2017
Štefan Š
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Do the distance - it's worth it

If you're spending more than a day in Warsaw and love photography/nature/exploring, make time for... read more

Reviewed December 5, 2016
Hannah W
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed August 12, 2017 via mobile

Very nice place near the capital city. You can enjoy in peace and nature. Good connection with bus. Maybe there could be more information in park, but on the other side it is park and there is no need for crowd.

1  Thank Štefan Š
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Reviewed December 5, 2016 via mobile

If you're spending more than a day in Warsaw and love photography/nature/exploring, make time for this. The most crucial thing is directions. When staying central, take the 33 northbound tram to metro młociny, then take a northbound 708 bus to truskaw. Both stations are the...More

4  Thank Hannah W
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Reviewed August 7, 2016

This used to be largest national park in Poland, now is only second largest. Nearly 100% of its area is forested. Quite unusually the Park reaches the Poland's capital - not that many capital cities in the world got that privilage. Mainly flat with occasional...More

1  Thank endrju_74
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Reviewed June 5, 2016

At only some 30 minutes by bus from Mlociny metro station in Warsaw, the village of Truskaw is probably the most central for starting your hike. There are many different trails and generally they are well-marked. The most popular is the (black) trail to Palmiry...More

1  Thank Robert937
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Reviewed September 22, 2015

Kampinos National Park is a typical National Park in the center of Europe. It has a lot of big trees, where you can walk and relax during the day. We did a short walk (about 1h30minutes) and see some historical sites due to in this...More

3  Thank AlbertSalichs
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Reviewed March 2, 2015

This trail is amazing! So close to Warsaw and so beautiful. The trail is easy to walk but the forest around changes its outlook a lot, trees are beautiful, covered with carragreen (German: Moos), coming out of the moor/swamp. black trail Totally worth to walk...More

6  Thank Klaudia579
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Reviewed February 14, 2015

There is Kampinos Forest, Biosphere Reserve in the vicinity of the capital. If you are seeking peace, you probably find it there. Hit the trail with professional guide and select one of the many trails, maybe Main Kampinos Forest Trail, which crosses vast forest complex....More

2  Thank Polandjustnowdotcom
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Reviewed April 25, 2014

Takes about 30/45 to drive to the edge of the forest, but well worth it. Lots of trails meandering through pine and beech groves, swampy wet lands and across old canals. A great option for taking a day to enjoy nature - walking, mountain biking,...More

Thank john w
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

it is only 20 km from city centre!!! it is easy to find a place for car park and go through the forest. We were lucky, we met moose!!!

Thank cezary59
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Reviewed September 14, 2011

Much like Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, this is a land of dunes and woods near a major city. A nice place to hike, picnic, or see wildlife like moose (elk in Europe), deer, and birds. Unlike the U.S., it also has the sobering history of...More

3  Thank AZRanger
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Response from Štefan Š | Reviewed this property |
I didn't notice. This park is realy pure nature. We have stop in museum in park which is about victims from ww2 and they were supraised that we are walking through the park. Usually they go there on picnics with cars (there... More
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