• I Stage – Warszawa- Sochocin (70 km)

    A characteristic element of this section of the route is crossing bridges in Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki City through two rivers - the Vistula, and Narew. You have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of both rivers and admire their backwaters.

  • II Stage – Sochocin- Mława (70 km)

    At this stage, the routes also include elements typical for the Masurian landscape such as roadside avenues of trees and historic cemeteries located along roads. The route leads, among others, through Mława. From the Church of the Holy Parish Trinity from 1477, as well as the town hall from the 17th century

  • III Stage – Mława- Grunwald (50 km)

    From Mława city set off on a journey straight towards the Grunwald Fields. It's the biggest attraction of this region is the Battlefield - Grunwald, in which in 1410 Polish-Lithuanian army defeated the Teutonic Knights. An interesting fact about which it is worth mentioning is the fact that in the immediate vicinity of the Grunwald fields there is Dylewska Góra, which is the highest peak of Masuria region.

  • IV stage – Grunwald- Ostróda (40 km)

    There are many monuments in Ostróda. Characteristic of the city is the Gothic buildings, whose origins date back to 1270, distinguishing them from other cities in Poland. The city is connected by a canal water route with Elbląg.

  • V Stage – Ostróda- Elbląg (70 km)

    This stage leads, among others, through Morąg city. It worth to stop there for a moment to see the gothic town hall from 1444, and also Palace built in 1562-71. Another attraction of this stage of the journey is Pasłęk City and the Teutonic castle built around 1320.

  • VI stage – Elbląg- Gdańsk (72 km)

    This is the last part of the route on which you can admire the beauty of Pomerania and feel the air filled with a sea breeze.