North Western Region

This region includes Pomeranian, Lubuskie and Wielkopolskie Provinces.
The largest cities of the first Province are Szczecin, Koszalin, Stargard Szczecinski and Kolobrzeg.
You can find there: South Baltic wharf of Szczecin, Koszalin and Gdansk, Vistula River Zulawy and the Pomeranian Lake District.
There are two national parks: Wolinski and Drawienski. In addition, Northwest offers 7 landscape parks and 114 nature reserves.
Architecture enthusiasts should visit places with old town systems preserved including: Cedynia, Darlowo, Trzebiatow or Wolin.
Other tourist attractions are the Pomeranian Prince Castle in Szczecin, or Bialogard castle.
Worship temples like the cathedral in Kamien Pomorski or Holy Mary Queen of the World collegiate in Stargard are also worth visiting.
The seekers of recreation and spa opportunities can choose between such towns as Dziwnow, Kamien Pomorski and Swinoujscie.
There are 81 routes of a total length of over 1400miles.

The biggest cities in Lubuskie Province are Gorzow Wielkopolski and Zielona Gora.
Nature lovers can explore its beauty in the Drawienski National Park and the Warta National Park. In addition, there are 8 natural parks and 61 nature reserves. It is also worth mentioning that Lubuskie Province is the most forested region in Poland.
Places such as the Cathedral in Gorzow Wielkopolski, the Church in Zary, Monastery in Paradyz, Zielona Gora Palm House or Zagan Palace are also very attractive for tourists. There is lots of forests, lake districts and glacial valleys. Hikers can choose from 40 routes of the total length of over 900 miles.

Wielkopolskie Province is located in the Wielkopolskie Lake District and the Wielkopolska Lowland.
The biggest cities of the region are Poznan, Kalisz, Konin, Pila.
Nature lovers can enjoy the beauty of the Wielkopolski and Drawienski National Park. In addition, there are 12 landscape parks and 96 nature reserves. It is worth adding that in Powidzki Landscape Park there is the Falcon Oak growing, planted in the thirteenth century.
Walking trips enthusiasts can choose between 46 routes of the total length of over 730 miles.