Park Muzakowski

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Park Muzakowski
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Marcin 7-17
Gdynia, Poland3,590 contributions
Jun 2021 • Couples
Absolutely hit the Lubuskie land. On the German side, more beautiful, but also wonderful on the Polish side. Many km of wonderful paths, great Bridges, smells and views. The Nysa Łużycka, a wonderful Palace, pineapple house and beautiful oaks. A wonderful place.
Written June 6, 2021
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Witoldzio
Manhattan, KS580 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Absolutely go there. The Polish side is hilly and has many amazingly old tree specimens. Very romantic. The German side is a city park with an elegant castle. The parking on the Polish side (especially on a weekday when nobody is around) is sort of a challenge. You need to park on a grass parking and there is a "parkomat" where you pay, which, lamentably, accepts only European credit cards or coins only. Once you figure out the parking, the ladies at the small visitors center will sell you a map for 2PLN and they also have a small leaflet in English. The ladies at the visitors center had change for us to use at the parkomat. We were grateful. Do take water with you, as the walks can be very long.
Written June 12, 2019
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Monika
Krakow, Poland65 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
We visited the park while driving from Krakow to Wismar and we slept one night near by. It was a great place to visit with a child as there are many short and easy trekking possibilities. We had great time, very good coffee and a cake in the Bad Muskau palace located in the German side of the border and fresh strawberries on the way.
Written August 14, 2018
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laothoe82
31 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
A beautiful park, spreading evenly between Poland and Germany. You can walk or cycle for hours surrounded by medows and hills Wou can see that borders are just lines, and this line is so natural as it can be. Definatelly worth seeing. It's on the Unesco list. Make sure you get a map (can be bought in an information point on Polish entrance to the park in Łęknica), as the park is sooooo big. And allow at least half a day (with picnic). Good for families and kids. Take a pram of a bike. Entrance - free. Part of the german Ober - Nisse Reiweg (cycling route along the border).
Written August 25, 2016
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MZ123461
Prague, Czech Republic3,591 contributions
May 2016 • Friends
Beautiful park. It's become a part of UNESCO heritage few years ago .
the place is clean with a great smell of flowers.
There are a lot of activities and shows during the Spring time.
Written June 3, 2016
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dlmerril
Denver, CO79 contributions
May 2016 • Couples
We drove from Dresden to Berlin but wanted to break up the drive with some walking around the beautiful country, We also thought since Poland was so close why not take advantage of walking across the river to have a quick visit to the Polish countryside. We easily found the park from the German side and parked for 2 hours. We wandered the paths and crossed the river, enjoyed the beauty of the trees and water. We picked up sandwiches for lunch. It was a perfect break in a day of driving.
Written May 31, 2016
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Rafal J
Dublin, Ireland12 contributions
Aug 2014 • Family
have been here several times so far. In July 2004, Muskau Park was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You can rent a bike on German site and explore the beauty on it's all. Wonderful and scenic bike paths, different types of old treas, and the river it's self you must see. The park covers 3.5 square kilometers (1.4 sq mi) of land in Poland and 2.1 km2 (0.81 sq mi) in Germany. 2 castles to visit. The bigger castle is after full renovation with fantastic, modern museum in it.
I love this place!
Written July 8, 2015
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endrju_74
Ipswich, UK4,851 contributions
Aug 2014 • Couples
Park Mużakowski/Muskauer Park spreads over both sides of Polish/German border river Nysa Łużycka/Lausitzer Neiße. The whole park consists of around 728 ha of which 522 belongs to Poland (Germans got all of the buildings such as palaces and castles instead). This massive park, some say it's the biggest of it's kind in Europe, stood forgoten for decades. Situation changed in the nineties, when Polish state run heritage institute took over the area. With great expence the park is comming back from pretty much non-existance to it's days of glory. All forest alleys have been restored, view points cleared from trees. There's still a lot to do, but it's already one of the best places for relaxation, meditation and muse I've ever been. The main entry to the park is on Hutnicza street (free car park on the corner of Wybrzeżna street), where mentioned heritage institute runs a kiosk with all information about the Park Mużakowski you will ever need, with maps and all sorts of books on sale. There's a big choice of walks - man in the kiosk will help you choose best one for you, there's also a chance to borrow a bicycle (in the hotel nearby), but their numbers are small and you need to be in early to get one for yourself. Inscribed on UNESCO list.
Written October 24, 2014
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