Lukta is situated 70 miles (113 kilometers) southeast of Gdansk and about 120 miles (193 kilometers) north of the national capital, Warsaw.
It's no surprise the area around Lukta is so popular with travelers from all over the world; Poland has been blessed with interesting sights and attractions. Olsztyn, lies roughly 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the west. Here you can check out the James Shopping Centre and St. James Cathedral.
For a glimpse into the spiritual life of Lukta, why not visit the region's mosques. Take a trip to Poland's craft workshops, theaters and art museums. These are good places to explore, especially when the weather is a little moody.
Follow your interests with one of the segway tours, city walking tours and guided nature walks. There are plenty on offer in and around the Poland area. The Lukta area offers plenty of exciting ways to enjoy its unique landscapes. Thrill seekers can enquire about one of the many bungee jumping or hiking excursions available.
Local cuisines are an excellent way to get to know the area in which you are traveling. So take the time to visit some of Poland's cafés and restaurants. Among the many ingredients often used in this part of the world are beef and cabbage. Why not try kotlet schabowy (breaded cutlet) or gołąbki (soft boiled cabbage leaves wrapped around minced meat)? Both dishes are a favorite choice in this region. To complete your typical local dining experience, be sure to try piernik (gingerbread).
When it is time to depart Lukta, say farewell the way locals do, with a heartfelt "Narazie."