Situated in the north east part of the kujawsko-pomorskie voivodeship. The borders of the region are determined by rivers: the Lutryna in the west, the Drwęca in the south and east, and the Osa and the Gać in the north. The name of the lake district comes from the city of Brodnica, situated in the Drwęca valley. The territory of the lake district consists of more than 100 lakes.
Discover the history of Brodnica or Nowe Miasto Lubawskie.
See the remains of the castle in Kurzetnik, beautiful gothic ornaments of St. Thomas Basilica and visit Baszta Kurzetnicka (Tower of Kurzetnik). Learn the history of the Brodnica market square, Teutonic Knights’ castle and visit the gothic church of St. Catherine. We provide transport, lunch box and professonal assistance of passionate tourist guides, with plenty of interesting stories and jokes to entertain you. Duration: 2.5 hrs.
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We invite you to participate in a naturalistic tour – get familiar with wild surroundings of Nielbark locality. The itinerary has its beginning in Debno in Kurzetnik and leads through a picturesque area along the Drweca river to a fishing parking by the waters of the Nielbark excavation workings. Beautiful views, fascinating bird species as well as plenty of interesting information. Learn about the unique character of the Drweca river and the inhabitants of its surroundings. We provide transport, lunch box and professional assistance of passionate tourist guides, with plenty of interesting stories and jokes to entertain you.