The Polish part of EuroVelo 11 is 762 km long and crosses the country from the northern border with Lithuania to the border with Slovakia in the south. The route passes through the country’s capital Warsaw with its remarkable Old Town restored after heavy damage during WWII. Leaving Warsaw, the route continues to the beautiful city of Krakow with its well-preserved medieval core and Jewish quarter. South of Krakow the road becomes more hilly and scenic as it enters the Carpathian Mountains and you should not miss a visit to the Wieliczka Salt Mines.

National & Regional Information

Polish Tourism Organisation (PTO)

The Polish National Tourism Office provides a good introduction to cycling in Poland, including an overview of some of the main cycling regions and routes.