Varmia and Masuria

Warmia and Masuria is also  widely known as the ‘Land of a thousand lakes’ so it is an ideal place to do some active relaxation  and thanks to a wide range of top class accommodation, you can spoil  yourself in luxurious ,new spas, wellness hotels and old gothic castles . There are more than 40 3,4,and 5 star hotels offering over 5000 beds so there is something for all tastes and budgets.

What makes us different then, location, location, location! How about 5 star Hotel Mikołajki on an island offering beautiful views over lake Mikołajskie or maybe you would prefer  Hotel Marina Club sitting on a peninsula jutting out into a lake. If you want to go back in time, bringing the luxury and comfort of today with you, we recommend a stay in one of the ancient castles that have become top-class hotels, why not try one of these, Hotel Krasicki in the old bishop’s castle in Lidzbark Warminski , Zamek [castle] Ryn  in the town of Ryn or St.Bruno in Giżycko,  near the charming town of  Pasłęk Hotel Młyn Klekotki  is the only spa complex in Europe inspired by Japanese culture!  If you would like to be close to nature , Hotel Spa Dr Irena Eris is situated  within ‘Dylewskie Hills Landscape Park’[Park Krajobrazowy Wzgórz Dylewskich] and in addition  Dr Eris offers spa treatment using products from its very own line of cosmetics .

This region is also home to the world-class, hydro-technical,  wonder The Elbląg-Ostroda Canal where ships sail uphill  both over land and  water ,you got to see it to believe it! This attraction is just after a two-year major renovation  and it is now open to the public again, looking great and  functioning better than ever.
All of this has become more accessible to the rest of the world thanks to a new airport opened near the provincial capital called Olsztyn.