Wielkopolska Organizacja Turystyczna

Piekary 17, 61-823 Poznan

Telephone +48 61 6645234
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palmWater tourism

Wielkopolska welcomes lovers of water tourism.

Here you can find unpolluted lakes and beaches, navigable canals and rivers, lively centres and quiet harbours. Friendly winds and vast deep waters offer great conditions for both sailors and surfers. Hospitable canoeing trails carry wanderers towards enchanting scenic and historic landmarks. The fishing grounds are an angler's dream come true. After the hardships of touring you can take advantage of numerous recreation centres, agri-tourist farms, and riverside hotels. Everyone who likes to relax near water will find something suitable in Wielkopolska. There is no shortage of space for fans of power boating, and the Warta and Noteć rivers lead them towards the water trails of Europe. This is a wide open gateway to the land of tourist adventure.

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Location: Wielkopolska Province is located in the basin of Warta river, in the central part of Wielkopolsko-Kujawska Lowland. Simultaneously, it is situated on the crossroads of the main European East-West track leading from Berlin to Moscow (via Poznań, Konin and Warsaw) and the track from Prague towards the north (via Wrocław, Leszno, Poznań). As a result, the province has very favorable transportation connections with other European countries as well as the rest of the world.

Area: The province occupies the area of  29 826 km2, which is 9,5% of the Polish territory.

Population: Wielkopolska is inhabited (approximately) by 3,4 million people, which is 8,7% of the whole population of Poland.

The Capital: The capital of the province is Poznań, a city with population of 600 00 people. Due to its economic, commercial, scientific, cultural and tourist significance, the city is considered the centre of western Poland. Also, Poznań has its own airport (Ławica airport) performing both national and international functions.

Important Cities: Gniezno, Kalisz, Konin, Leszno, Ostrów Wielkopolski, Piła.

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