Poland is a great destination for cycle tourists. With paved cycling lanes in the cities, hardened forest trails, river banks and railroad embankments, you will be spoilt for choice. The authorities of bigger cities in Poland tend to be more and more aware of the needs of cyclists; a network of cycling lanes has been developed rapidly and at the forefront of this trend are Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot, Krakow and Wroclaw. When visiting Warsaw, it is worth visiting the Kampinoski Forest.

We do not have an official National EuroVelo Coordination Centre or Coordinator in this country at the moment. To assist people wanting to cycle the EuroVelo routes we have collected the information displayed on this page but please be aware that the ECF is not responsible for this content.

National Information

EuroVelo 9 - Lower Silesia

The website contains: a map of the Wrocław - Olomouc section of the route, a description of the Wrocław-Paczków section, pictures of tourist attractions on and near the trail, practical information (weather forecast, train journey, route elevation profile, etc.) and accommodation facilities in the vicinity of the trail.

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.

Maps & Guides

bikeline Baltic Sea Cycle Route Part 3: Poland: From Ahlbeck/Usedom to Gdansk

Guide written in German and describing the 490 km from Ahlbeck/Usedom to Gdansk. It includes 36 precise maps and detailed route descriptions on a scale of 1:75.000, numerous references to the cultural and tourist attractions and an extensive accommodation and services directory. A characteristic of the bikeline cycling guides is their landscape format combined with the patented spiral binding system, weatherproof and ideal for the handlebar bag.