Roztoczanski National Park is located in the central-eastern part of Poland.
The park can be explored in many different ways: on foot (there are 7 educational paths and five hiking trails), on bike (designated bike routes), horseback riding (the Polish konik is bred here, which is a symbol of the park), by car, or a canoe on the Wieprz river.
In Roztoczański National Park there are 316 protected species of animals.
Here you can see deer, wild boar, lynx, marten, fox, deer, beavers and wolves, various species of bats, and insects. There are also magnificent specimens of birds - including lesser spotted eagle, buzzard, black stork, woodpeckers, siskins and wagtails. There are also lizards, adders, grass snakes, frogs and mud turtles.
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Roztoczański Park Narodowy, ul. Plażowa 2, 22-470 ZwierzyniecGallery:
Admission to the Educational - Museal Centre (permanent and temporary exhibitions) - 10 PLN, discounted 6 PLN.