Wild nature and impenetrable forests teeming with all kinds of animals... This is what the northern outskirts of medieval Europe once looked like. Nowadays, in the Bialowieza National Park, you can feel as if you traveled back to those times. Located on the border of Poland and Belarus, it is the last primeval forest in Europe, and one of the largest wildlife oases on the continent. The small town under the same name is located just next to the forest, which makes it the perfect overnight base for exploring the rich flora and fauna of the region or taking a trip to the Belarussian part of the woods. Besides the national park, there are plenty of attractions near Bialowieza that will keep you busy, for example, a splendid redbrick Orthodox church, open-air ethnographic park, or a historic railway station from the tsarist times renovated into a fancy restaurant!
Things to see in Bialowieza
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Strictly Protected Area of the Bialowieza National Park
Orthodox Parish of St. Nicholas
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Hajnowka town
The oldest building in Bialowieza
The European Bison Show Reserve