Warsaw, Poland's capital, is roughly 190 miles (306 kilometers) east of Pila, while Poznan is 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the south.
Pila isn't the only spot in this popular region worth experiencing; travelers can also hit the road and discover the unique qualities of the surrounding landscapes, cities and cultural attractions. If you're looking for other places to check out, you'll find Budzyn, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northwest, and Miroslawiec 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southeast.
While you are in Pila, don't forget to experience Poznan. Approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the south, this regional transport and shopping hub is where you'll find Historical Museum of Poznan, Poznan Palm House and Polish Dance Theater. If you have enough time, visit Malta Lake, Poznan Financial Centre and Polish Theater before returning to Pila.
Discover the region's rich cultural fabric at Greater Poland 's excellent art museums, craft workshops and theaters. The area around Pila is home to some beautiful churches, guaranteed to delight all visitors, regardless of faith.
Take your own gear or rent some when you get here, and discover the region's water activities. Boating is a good activity to try. Another one is canoeing. There are times when the most enjoyable way to get to know a place is by tapping into local knowledge. The Greater Poland offers a number of guided nature walks, city walking tours and cycling tours.
As your time here draws to an end, spend what's left of your zloties on last-minute keepsakes and say Narazie to the local characters you have met and the landscapes you've seen.