Lubuskie, very picturesque, thick wooded areas, with many rivers and lakes offers many attractions both at weekend as well as for a longer stay. Regardless of the season of the year our Guests, especially active tourism lovers find something interesting for themselves.
Lubuskie province is one out of five regions of Poland of the lowest environment pollution. It has over 500 water ponds, and plants and the surface features amaze us by their diversity.
In order to protect the area that almost half is covered by forest- the first position in terms of forest in Poland-many reserves, landscape parks and nature-landscape complexes were created.
Very unique attraction in Europe scale is the fauna reserve “Nietoperek” in the underground of the Międzyrzecz Fortification Region, where every year over 30 thousand of bats spent winter; and water birds reserve in the National Park “Mouth of the Warta River”. The nature lovers will be attracted by the landscapes of Sława and Łagów Lake districts and many picturesque tourist routes leading through the areas of landscape parks.
Lubuskie Land was very lucky during the chaos of wars and history because now it is possible to admire there numerous beautiful historical monuments; first of all defence and sacral architecture: castles, churches, convents, old fortifications and lapidaries. Many palaces and manor houses are hidden in small towns or villages.
The Mużakowski park located on the area of Lubuskie province was entered into the UNESCO list of World heritage.
The pearl of Lubuskie is Międzyrzecz Fortification Region – one of the biggest and the most interesting fortification system in Europe available to visit.
A great example of sacral architecture is former monastery of Cistercian in Gościkowo-Paradyż- architectonical beauty in Poland.
Anybody interested in the turbulent history of Lubuski land can visit many local museums.
Lubuskie means not only nature, forests or unique monuments. Lubuskie offers many cultural events, concerts and regular shows organised all year round in different locations of the region. Many of them have international character and invite visitors from abroad creating the image of the region.
In free time it is possible to attend sports and recreation centres, including also the biggest in Gorzów Wielkopolski and Zielona Góra.
The biggest and most recognised events are: Woodstock Festival in Kostrzyn, Days of Zielona Góra - Wine Festival, Fortifications Enthusiasts Rally and Nenuphar’s Night in Lubrza, Lubuskie Film Summer in Łagów and furthermore Gorzów and Zielona Góra music festivals. A great attraction, especially for children is visiting Zoo-Safari in Świerkocin and the nearby Dinosaurs Park in Nowiny Wielkie.