Tourist infrastructure on the Wallachian Culture Trail in Lesser Poland
In the summer 2019 tourist season, tourists traveling on the Lesser Poland section of the Wallachian Culture Trail will be provided with special rest areas and information and educational infrastructure. In the towns of Ludźmierz, Sękowa, Małastów, Jaworki, Rytro and Piwniczna - Zdrój tourist arbors were created, referring in style to regional architectural models. Gazebos are equipped with benches, bicycle rack, baskets, desks with information about the Wallachian heritage. The distinguishing feature of the Trail, inviting to hiking in mountain paths and clearings are the Carpathian gates in Ludźmierz, Piwniczna - Zdrój and Wierchomla. In Leśnica, Wojkowa, Rytro, Zakopane, Murzasichle, Chochołów, Lipnica Wielka, Łapsze Wyżne, Maciejowa, Piwniczna Zdrój, Dzianisz, Brzegi, Czarny Dunajec - Baligówka, Sękowa, Małastów, Jaworki, Ochotnica Górna, Upper Ochotnica Knurowska Pass 16 information boards and 18 Wallachian bars indicating the course of the Trail and attractions in the immediate area. Ochotnica Górna, one of the largest Wallachian colonies, and also the place where the idea of the Wallachian Culture was born, was marked with Wallachian "walking stick". We invite you to wander along the Trail of Wallachian Culture!