Kruklanki is located some 130 miles (209 kilometers) from Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
Kruklanki isn't the only place in Poland worth experiencing; visitors should also head off and experience the magic of the surrounding countryside, cities and towns. Goldap, lays 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest, and Ketrzyn can be found 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east.
About 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the east of Kruklanki is Suwalki, a regional center which is home to Regional Museum, Constitution Park of the 3rd of May and Church of St. Alexander. Suwalki has a lot to offer travelers willing to hang around here a little longer. Suwalki Plaza and Wigry National Park are a couple of other places you won't want to miss.
Poland is a great place to visit for visitors with an interest in gardens, farms and open-air exhibits. To get a real sense of a place, it's good to step back into earlier times. Poland's fascinating historic mansions are a great place to start.
Make the most of this region's best winter attractions. Do as the locals do and have a go at cross-country skiing here. Skiing is also popular. Don't leave this region without seeing it from a completely new perspective. There are a number of great places to try parasailing.
When the time is right to head off and say "Narazie", you'll be well stocked up with special memories to last a lifetime.