We stick together in Mazowsze

Mazowsze lies in the heart of Poland and is the largest, in terms of area, and the most populous region of all Polish voivodships. Its central point is Warsaw — the capital of Poland. Warsaw is a city with fascinating history, modern architecture, creative inhabitants and a rich offer of cultural, entertainment and sports events.


Mazowsze offers a lot of attractions — both for families with children, travelers looking for contact with art, history or nature, as well as active tourists. We can follow here the footsteps of Fryderyk Chopin, Maria Skłodowska-Curie, as well as Robert Lewandowski or Iga Świątek.

Płock, where World Championship matches are played, is one of the most interesting cities on the tourist map of Mazowsze. It is distinguished by its 1000 year history, multi-national tradition, valuable monuments and unique architectural values.

The places of particular interest include Żelazowa Wola, located next to he Kampinos Forest, where the most outstanding Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin was born.

For people who prefer active recreation in the nature, an ideal place will be the Gostynińskie Lake District. Numerous forests, lakes, rivers, medieval castles are a real treat for lovers of water tourism, hiking and cycling. Gentle Liwiec will be loved by amateurs of family water expeditions and those who look for stronger emotions can go kayaking on Skrwa, Narew, Bug or the queen of Polish rivers Vistula.

Mazowsze not only provides sports emotions, but also inspires, creates and invites you to take a break. You will find everything you need in Mazovia.


5 467 seats

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