In the heart of Warmia and Masuria.

Agro Raj is a perfect place for all those who are planning to diversify their stay with touring around Warmia and Masuria. Surrounding tourist attractions are mainly the traces of region’s abounding history.

The Marian Sanctuary in Gietrzwałd

Gietrzwałd is placed on the route from Olsztyn to Ostróda in a beautiful landscape of Warmia. Gietrzwałd became well known thanks to the revelations of the Virgin Mary, which lasted from June 27th until September 16th, 1877. These days, the Marian Sanctuary is the destination of many pilgrimages.

Elbląg Canal

Elbląg Canal is a unique irrigation system connecting a number of lakes with the Vistula Lagoon. Its uniqueness results from the fact that the difference in water levels approaches 100 m by means of a remarkable system of locks and ramps between lakes. Hydro technical appliances function since 1860. The Canal is considered to be one of the most significant monuments related to the world’s history of technology.

Malbork Castle

The Gothic castle in Malbork was founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1274-1457. The castle is one of the largest fortresses of medieval Europe and example of the Middle Ages fortified architecture. In years 1309-1457 it became the seat of the Teutonic Order and the capitol of Prussia. In 1997 it was listed as one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Museum and the Grunwald battlefield

On July 15th, 1410 near Grunwald, one of the biggest battles in the medieval Poland took place. Every year, on its anniversary (the nearest Saturday around July 15th) a festival is held to commemorate this battle. Thousands of knighthood and medieval history enthusiasts gather to take part in a giant re-enactment of the Battle of Grunwald.

Heritage Park in Olsztynek

The beginnings of the heritage park in Olsztynek reach back to 1909. The heritage park consists of traditional peasant buildings characteristic for Warmia, Masuria, Powiśle, Bartia, Sambia and Little Lithuania, also known as Prussian Lithuania, and constitutes one of the most interesting heritage sites in Poland.

Gierłoż - Wolf’s Lair

In the heart of Masuria, in a thickly wooded area are remains of Adolph Hitler’s secret military headquarters. The Wolf’s Lair was Hitler’s largest military complex, built for the planned German invasion on the Soviet Union. Its construction began in autumn 1940 in the forests near Kętrzyn. It was the location of the failed assassination attempt on Adolph Hitler on July 20, 1944.

Saint Lipka

Saint Lipka is not only a well-known Marian Sanctuary but also a historical monument of significant value considered to be one of the greatest architectural examples of the late baroque in Poland.

Kretowiny – Lake Narie

The Lake Narie is one of the most beautiful Polish lakes with first class water purity and water clarity of up to 5 meters. Narie Lake is a perfect place for anglers. The bottom of the lake is very diversified with numerous underwater hills and deep channels.