The city is located on the verge of two completely different geographic areas: the Żuławy Wiślane lowlands and Wysoczyzna Elbląska, rising over the waters of the Vistula Lagoon. Elbląg features many monuments and attractions: The Archaeological and Historical Museum in Elbląg, St Nicolaus Cathedral in Elbląg, pheasantry, the “New Netherlands” Family Amusement Park, a ski lift at Chrobry Hill and the Elbląg Canal.
Olsztyn is located in the middle of Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship on the Łyna River and it is the capital of the Voivodeship. In the area of the city there are two peat flora nature reserves ‒ Mszar and Redykajny. It is worth visiting Olsztyn to see: The Museum of Warmia and Mazury and the Warmia Chapter Castle, the Castle Grounds Park (also called Castle Park), the “Museum of Modernity” Region Technology and Development Centre, the Astronomic Observatory and Planetarium, the Arboretum ‒ botanic garden and a springboard park and ropes course.
The city is located in the Iławskie Lake District, at Lake Drwęckie. It is a very old city, founded in 1329, thus, it has an abundance of monuments and attractions: Teutonic Knights castle, St Dominic Savio Gothic Church, Bismarck’s Tower, Ostróda-Elbląg Sailing, Promenade at Lake Drwęckie.
The city is famous primarily for its rich history. Nicolaus Copernicus stayed in Frombork, and as the canon of the Warmia chapter he lived and worked at Cathedral Hill for over 30 years. It is worthwhile going on a trip to Frombork to see: Cathedral Hill (the Cathedral Basilica, Radziejowski Tower, the Old Bishop’s Palace, Nicolaus Copernicus Tower and many others can be found on the hill), the Museum of History of Medicine and the Organ Music Festival held every summer.
The city is located on the southern edge of Żuławy Wiślane. Malbork is a city rich in history. Its name evokes certain associations ‒ all this owing to Teutonic Knights. When staying in Wamia and Mazury you should come to this delightful city to see: The Teutonic Knights Castle in Malbork (a UNESCO-listed site), Jumpy Park ‒ the largest ropes course in Poland, Dino Park, the Siege of Malbork ‒ one of the most famous and largest festivals of medieval culture in Europe.