Day Trip

Bóbr Valley

In the southwest of Poland, nestled among the gentle hills and rugged mountain ranges of Lower Silesia, the Bóbr River meanders through a landscape that is both picturesque and full of historical places waiting to be discovered.

The Bóbr Valley

A River Sketches History

Originating in the Czech Republic, the Bóbr carves its path for 272 kilometers until it joins the Oder River. During its journey through Poland, the Bóbr shapes the valley that bears its name, nestled between the mountain ranges of the Jizera and the Giant Mountains. The river flows through ancient towns and past medieval fortresses, witnesses to a tumultuous past. In its course, the Bóbr forms a diverse valley, ranging from narrow passages to expansive river landscapes.

Natural Diversity

The Bóbr Valley is a living mosaic of various ecosystems. It's the habitat of rare plant species and protects numerous bird species, making it a paradise for conservationists and biologists. The banks of the river are lined with forests and meadows that are perfect for wildlife watching. Here, one finds an impressive variety of species, from otters to black storks, which claim the pristine riverbanks for themselves.

Adventures in Nature

The valley of the Bóbr is a haven for active holidaymakers and those seeking relaxation. Hiking and biking trails run along the river, offering ideal conditions for day trips or longer cycling tours. Kayakers will find both challenges and relaxation on the Bóbr, with sections suitable for all levels of experience. But not only water sports enthusiasts get what they are looking for: climbers and spelunkers will find plenty of adventures in the surrounding mountains.

Your Trip to Bóbr Valley

The Bóbr Valley is a "must see" and offers more than scenic beauty and combines historical buildings with a wide range of possible activities.

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13 km

Drive time:

30 min 


min. 3-5 h 

Hiking & Biking, Nature & Wilderness, Watersports

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