Cycling is a great active way of spending time and it is becoming more and more popular in Poland, not only among Poles themselves, but often chosen by visiting guests from abroad. Green Velo along the east border, the loop around the Tatra Mountains, the coast, meeting nature in the Bialowieza National Park, or maybe a bicycle tour of Cracow or Wroclaw?

There is a lot to choose from so plan a cycle tour during an incentive trip. Explore the famous attractions of Poland in an active way.

In the last few years, the network of bicycle routes and paths in Poland has developed enormously. Several hundred kilometers of wide asphalt paths have been built in various regions of Poland, and in the mountains, safe single tracks have finally been built, where entire “bicycle families” can play safely.

Many routes are available through mobile apps, which makes it easy to plan and carry out such activity for a group.

Below we present some of the most important and beautiful cycling routes in Poland

  • R-10 Seaside Trail – The R-10 International Bicycle Trail around the Baltic Sea, belonging to the Euro Velo network. The entire route runs through several Baltic countries, it is almost 8,000 km long. The Polish section begins in Swinoujscie and ends in Gronow and is 588 km long.
  • Green Velo – the largest bicycle route, it stretches along the eastern border of Poland, through five provinces and consists of about 2,000 km of paths and bicycle routes. One of the most beautiful sections is the trail around the Rospuda Valley
  • The Vistula Bicycle Route in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, stretches along the Vistula, surrounded by beautiful nature
  • The Hundred Lakes Trail (Greater Poland, approx. 110 km)
  • Bialowieza Transborder Trail (the route runs through Poland and Belarus, in Poland it is several dozen km long and stretches along the Bialowieza Forest, an opportunity to commune with nature, on the route there are wooden huts and the Bison Show Reserve
  • Bicycle routes in the Bieszczady Mountains
  • Cycling through the Hel Peninsula
  • The Carpathian Bicycle Trail (800 km) divided into several smaller sections
  • Cycling around the Tatra Mountains