Primitive nature, impassable swamps, wild impenetrable thickets, which are teeming with all kinds of animals - from a variety of birds and small rodents to giant bison and insidious predators. This is what the northern outskirts of medieval Europe once looked like. Now, this is the view of Bialowieza National Park, one of the largest wildlife oases, located in the Western Bug basin in modern Poland and Belarus. This is the last virgin forest of Europe, which has survived to this day in its relict form, almost untouched by man. Experience nature at its best and stand face to face with the king of the forest – the bison! Bialowieza is the oldest national park in Poland, one of the oldest in Europe, and the only natural UNESCO site in our country. It has an extremely diverse variety of flora and fauna. In the forest, you will find a wide spectrum of plants and animals that occur nowhere else in the world!
Things to see in Bialowieza
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Strictly Protected Area of the Bialowieza National Park
Orthodox Parish of St. Nicholas
The oldest building in Bialowieza
The European Bison Show Reserve