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Walking in Poland

13th April 2011 Print
Hikers in the Eastern Carpathian mountains

Walks Worldwide has a trip to Poland which offers the chance to discover the far south east of the country – the wild and sparsely populated region of the Bieszczady (a popular hiking haunt of Pope John Paul II).

The 8-day ‘Wild East’ itinerary is set in the Eastern Carpathians which are sandwiched between Ukraine and Slovakia in one of the most attractive and unspoiled areas of Poland. The region, which has both forests and open meadows, is also home to bison, as well as a healthy population of wolves.

The trip can start any day from May to October and costs from £475 pp (two sharing) which includes 7 nights’ accommodation (hotels and pensions), most meals, luggage transfers, route notes and maps. Flights not included but many UK airports offer budget flights to historic Krakow.

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Hikers in the Eastern Carpathian mountains