Tuchola Forest

A natural forest in Poland.

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Summary

The Tuchola Forest is one of the largest pine forest complexes in Poland and Central Europe. It occupies about 3,000 square kilometers of land in the basin of the Brda and Wda rivers. It includes Park Narodowy Bory Tucholskie and other nature parks.

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Reasons to visit Tuchola Forest

  • It is an ideal place for nature lovers. There are lots of walking trails where you can spend some time in silence with nature and smell pine woods.
  • Different kinds of footbridges over small rivers make hiking even more interesting.
  • It is a pleasant place for hiking that isn't too demanding.
  • Cyclists can ride through the Tuchola Forests on the Kashubian Route. The trail runs along lakes, rivers, meadows, and other natural and cultural sites.

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Frequently asked questions about Tuchola Forest

Why is Tuchola Forest worth visiting?
  • It is an ideal place for nature lovers. There are lots of walking trails where you can spend some time in silence with nature and smell pine woods.
  • Different kinds of footbridges over small rivers make hiking even more interesting.
  • It is a pleasant place for hiking that isn't too demanding.
  • Cyclists can ride through the Tuchola Forests on the Kashubian Route. The trail runs along lakes, rivers, meadows, and other natural and cultural sites.
What other places worth visiting when traveling to Tuchola Forest?
  • Gdańsk
  • Poznań
  • Malbork Castle
  • Bydgoszcz
  • Gdynia
  • Toruń
  • Sopot
  • Elbląg
  • Basilica of Our Lady of Licheń
  • Gniezno
  • Grudziądz
  • Biskupin
  • Orłowski Cliff
  • Krynica Morska
  • Słowiński National Park
  • Ustka