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Polish Craft and Food Tour

Depart 10am From Studniska Farm Estate

This tour takes you through scenic farmland, wandering through small villages and forests with views from Poland, to Germany and Czechia.

Horse and Carriage in Poland

We continue our trip by horse and carriage across the fields and forest, before returning to the farm estate. Here you will have the opportunity to try some locally produced smoked meats and cheeses and to see beautiful arts and crafts from the Studniska craft group.

locally baked cheesecake (Serek)

Midway we stop for a locally baked cheesecake (Serek) and tea or coffee provided by the local craft group of Sulikow.

We enjoy a peaceful atmosphere, with time to stop, relax and enjoy good company and fresh air. The horses also get a well-earned rest too!




Food and drink included.


THREE countries (I day) TOUR

Depart 10am From Studniska Farm Estate

This tour offers a unique experience. Travelling by horse and carriage we cross the borders of Poland, Germany and Czechia.


The carriage travels through open fields and small Polish villages before crossing the Nysa river into Germany.

On the edge of Lake Bersdorf is the old moated palace and farm estate of Gut am see.


Afternoon tea is at Cernousy Mannor - a sweet taste of Czech food. The last leg of the tour follows the tracks of the great Philosopher Jakob Buhme who lived from 24th April 1575 to 17th November 1624.


The horses rest and feed on grass and hay as we enjoy a local German lunch.

The journey continues across the border to Poland where we follow a small farm road that sneaks us into Czechia.


In Zawidow we cross once again back into Poland through fields and forests before returning to Studniska Estate for a farewell drink.

Price per person 40 euro
Meal not included
Minimum booking 160 euro, maximum 12 people.

Castles and Palaces of Silesia

5 day journey by horse and carriage staying in Castles and Palaces
Depart 10am From Studniska Farm Estate

Silesia, Poland (once the main base territory) of European Royal family’s and Play grounds of aristocrats and the wealthy
This 5-day journey will give you the insights of life 150 years ago, when noblemen would travel to and fro by horse and carriage from castles and Palaces visiting the high society, enjoying luxury accommodation and fine dining.
After the 2nd world war during communist times, many of the Palaces and castles fell to ruin. Now in private hands again a few of these beautiful buildings have been brought back to their former glory.
You will stay in the very rooms that kings and queens did so for the past 200 hundred years.


Day 1. Studniska- Castle Czocha

We head south with views to Germany in the west but soon cross the border into Czechia. The journey takes us through rolling hills overlooking the mountains before entering deep into a forest. Lunch is at a working farm museum with a traditional Czech farmers Lunch and a chance to experience some traditional Czech culture.


Day 2: Castle Czocha – Palace Brunow

From Czocha castle we cross through a small tunnel and over a large dam wall built-in 1920. Lunch stop is in the Renaissance Palace Rzasiny. The afternoon drive passes through some seemingly forgotten villages with views of rolling hills and open land. Our afternoon destination is Palace Brunow for dinner and overnight stay.


Day 3: Palace Brunow - Palace Lenno

From Palace Brunow we travel mostly through farmland and along the edge of a national park. Lunch is at a 200-year-old farmhouse, our host smokes his own meat and supplies us with locally made cheeses bread, & homebrew. It’s uphill and down dale before we see at a distance the ruins of Castle Wlen perched high on a hill, next to it is maybe Poland’s most remote Palace. Our destination for the night is Palace Lenno sitting in a world of its own surrounded by national parks.


It's up hill and down dale before we see at a distance the ruins of Castle Wlen perched high on a hill, our destination for the night is Palace Lenno of which sits just below the old castle ruins.

Palace Lenno is in a world of its own surrounded by national parks and endless views. Dinner in the palace


Day 4: Palace Lenno - Palace Lomnica

After a hearty breakfast in the Palace we travel down the steep road into the valley and follow the river and stream along the forest road to private Palace of Czernica, this is not open to the public but the owner invites us to a lunch of traditional Polish food. After lunch, it’s a long climb up and over the range into the valley of Jelenia Gora. We arrive for the evening at Palace Lomnica, a small Palace with a special charm. Dinner in the Manor house.


After lunch it's a long climb up and over the range into the valley of Jelania Gora, also known as the valley of Palaces.

We arrive for the evening at Palace Lomnica a small Palace with a special charm.  Dinner in the Manor House


Day 5: Palace Lomnica - Castle Karpniki

his morning there is a lot to explore around the Palace including a Palace museum, craft shops, local pottery, handmade linen, and castle parks. After lunch in the nearby Castle of Wojanow, we meet you and travel along the Bobr River, a beautiful drive by horse and carriage to our final destination, Castle Karpniki. Once the power house of the European royal families, this castle dates back to 1360
Before dinner you may like to take a hot spa outdoor by the moat. We meet for our farewell dinner in the Castle.


5 Day Castle to Castle Tour: EUR 1,350

Cost includes:-  

5 nights accommodation dinner, beverages, lunches and entry to palaces and museums.

Transfer from final destination Castle Karpniki to
Studniska Estate