Masurian Lakes Vacation Packages
Warsaw, the national capital, is situated 130 miles (209 kilometers) south of Masurian Lakes, while Kaunas lies 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the northeast.
When staying in Masurian Lakes, don’t miss Wolf's Lair and Paslek City Gates, a great way to learn about the past. To learn more about the past, it’s also a good idea to explore the other preserved old buildings in Masurian Lakes.
Plan a trip to Lake Mamry or Lake Sniardwy. These are two picturesque places where the locals often come to relax and maybe drop a line in the water. Stroll around the water, do some fish spotting and if the day is warm, cool off with a splash in the water.
If you love to shop, visit the stores and stalls of the James Shopping Centre. Check out what the locals buy and purchase some outfits.
In Masurian Lakes be sure to investigate a few engaging cultural centers and museums, including the Museum of Warmia and Mazury, where you can browse local collections. Explore the collections at your own pace, view the exhibits, and then ask for tips from the locals to locate some of the more eclectic museums in the vicinity.
The St. James Cathedral is a well-preserved place of worship that has stood the test of time. Wander through this fascinating place, learn its history and discover why it is so popular with tourists and Masurian Lakes locals alike.
The natural parks around Masurian Lakes allow visitors to see the birds, trees and plants which inhabit the region. Go for a long walk in Paslek Ecological Park and enjoy being away from the urban streets.
The Kaplica Shrine is the perfect place to wrap up your stay in this fascinating part of the world.