Drwęca Lake shore path


The town of Ostróda evolved at the site of an original Old Prussian settlement where the Drwęca river flows into Lake Drwęca (Jezioro Drwęckie). The town name come from town Osterode am Harz in Lower Saxony, Germany (now a sister city with Ostróda). There are five lakes within the town limits and amongst fifteen lakes at a close distance.  Here is the central port of the network of three canals: the Ostróda-Elbląg Canal, Ostróda-Stare Jabłonki and Ostróda-Iława. All this makes Ostróda a dream place for those into water sports, sailing, biking, or wandering.

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