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Our choice of the place where we want to spend holiday is largely affected by the surrounding and its attractions that provide visitors with memories that they will take with them to their homes. It just so happens that our region is full of magical places that firstly, could not be missed on the track and secondly, decide about the character of the surrounding and affect the attractiveness of walking trips.

Main tourist attractions:
- Pier in Międzyzdroje,
- Promenade of Stars in Międzyzdroje,
- Bison reserve,
- Municipal Stadium
- Hiking trails of Wolin Island
- Bison trail
- Kawcza Mountain 61 m above sea level
- A beauty spot Gosań 93 m above sea level
- Amber coast

Międzyzdroje
Międzyzdroje is a city in the north-western part of the Zachodniopomorskie province, situated on the Baltic Sea, on the Wolin Island. From the south and east it is surrounded by woody hills of the Wolin National Park, while the north edge of the city is taken by the sandy beach – one of the most beautiful on the Baltic Sea. Numerous historic buildings, the International Cultural Center, Spa Park and the pier (in 2004 extended to 395 meters), are just some of the places that attract crowds of the tourists to our city.
There are significant roads that go through Międzyzdroje – the national road no. 3, with a length of about 500 km (it is the Polish part of the international route E65 from Malmö in Sweden to the town Chaniá, on Crete) and the provincial road no. 102 that connects Międzyzdroje and Kołobrzeg. You can get to Międzyzdroje by bus or train, because the city lies on the railway route Szczecin – Świnoujście. During the holiday period there are more railway connections and the trains travel more often. The nearest airport – the airport Szczecin - Goleniów is located 65 km from Międzyzdroje. We provide a connection not only with this one of the major Polish airports but also with the German airport Berlin - Tegel, situated on the A111 motorway, just 8 km from the center of the German capital.

Any amateur of cruises can get to Międzyzdroje by tourist ship, admiring the vastness of the sea and the coastal towns – Świnoujście, Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf or Bansin. The nearest ferry from Copenhagen and Ystad pulls in to Świnoujście, from where you can easily get to Międzyzdroje by using for example public transport – the buses no. 10 or 88.

The pier
The first wooden pier was built in Międzyzdroje in 1884. In 1906, there was a ceremonial opening of the pier, which after the complete refurbishment measured 370 meters in length and was named after the German Emperor Frederick III. Unfortunately, the storm in 1913 breached significantly its structure and the year later after the outbreak of World War I the sappers from Świnoujście blew up the pier in fear of the Russian army. Rebuilt after the World War I, the pier was much shorter and measured only 200 meters. Subsequent storms were destroying the pier’s structure and because of the safety of the tourists it was closed in 1985. Four years later, the pier was completely pulled down, only stylish towers were left. In 1994 a totally new walking pier was opened. Not only have the towers reminded about the old times but also a glassed metrology display case from 1887, in which you can see metrological devices, thermometer and barometer. At the top, on the four sides of the display case a symbolic day is presented:
- cock – symbolizes day coming to life, - a beehive – south, - a bat – an evening,  - an owl – a dark night.

The Stars Promenade
The first Festival of Stars took place in the summer of 1995 and started the Polish Hollywood.
The most spectacular show was a celebration of impressing the hand of the stars on the famous Promenade of Stars. Until now, over 80 artists left their handprints.

Bison reserve
The reserve was created in Poland in 1976. The great Polish monarchs had been hunting these mighty beasts from ancient times. Wladyslaw Jagiello, hunting bisons in Bialowieza Forest, was stocking up for the Teutonic expeditions. The bisons were hunted also by Casimir Jagiellon and Sigismund I. On one of the hunting trips during the reign of Augustus III the Strong, 42 specimens were killed. The queen killed 20 of them, reading the French romance in the meantime. The King Sigismund I in fear of extinction of this species had issued a decree threatening to kill those who wilfully attempted to shoot the bison. After the partitions Tsar Alexander forbade to cut trees in Bialowieza Forest because of the bison. Thanks to this, its number was increasing and in the middle of the 19th century it reached nearly 1900 pieces. Before the outbreak of the World War I there were 700 animals, but only 9 of them survived the war. So as to rescue the endangered species, in 1923 Bison Conservation Society was established. At the World Conservation Union Congress in Paris the Polish zoologist – Jan Sztolcman presented the epic of rescuing the bison species. The survival of bison is unquestionably the achievement of Polish scientists. Bison became the symbol of Poland in the world and it was placed in the coat of arms of the League for Nature Conservation.

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