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Kampinos National Park, Warsaw

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Contact: +48 22 722 6001
Open Hours: Mo to Fr from 07:30 AM to 03:30 PM
Kampinos National Park is a must for those who enjoy a country hike. Otherwise known as, 'the lungs of Warsaw,' the park's boundaries just touch the edge of the Żoliborz district of Warsaw and it stretches west for around 40 kilometers (24 miles). It occupies an area of 337 kilometers (209 miles) which makes it Poland's largest national park. Over 70 percent of the park is a forest; mainly pine and oak with around 300 kilometers (189 miles) of marked trails running through the most picturesque parts. Elks, wild boar, beavers, lynx and other wildlife inhabit the park and are occasionally sighted. In autumn, it's the preferred place for Varsovians, who indulge in the national sport of mushroom-picking.