TransPolonia 4×4 Tour

Transpolonia4x4TourTRANSPOLONIA is a family-friendly, “adventure tourism” event. Designed specifically for 4×4 owners, it is especially good for fans of the ‘long ramble’, people who revel in the challenge of driving their own vehicle for an entire week in new environments. You don’t however have to be an experienced off-road driver. On the contrary, TRANSPOLONIA is the perfect place to learn new skills in the company of the expert organisational team, as they guide and enhance your off-road driving techniques as part of the overall experience.

Changing like a kaleidoscope, the landscape, the dozens of monuments both natural and man-made, together with the cultural diversity allows participants to ensure TRANSPOLONIA in an unforgettable adventure.

The tour is also an excellent opportunity to establish new friendships. With the common goal of tackling the daytime routes (approx. 1,300 km in total), not to mention great evening get-togethers often with regional drinks and food, it is the perfect scenario for forging new links and bonds.

To date, more than 70 crews from a host of countries have joined us on the two TRANSPOLONIA routes East and West, the result being that these part on/off-road trips, part tourist attraction tours proved to be a great summer adventure for all concerned. TRANSPOLONIA tour therefore will in future join Vampire 4×4 Tours as permanent feature in the 4x4zone Team calendar.

What, you haven’t booked yet, what are you waiting for? Trust our years of experience. We guarantee you will get the best out of your 4×4 with minimal equipment. With correct guidance, Eastern Europe is perfectly safe, secure and oh so beautiful.

Join us and have some fun!

4x4zone Team


DAY 1 Check all groups to the starting point. Accommodation in the guesthouse. Short familiarisation meeting in the evening, time to meet one another.

Day 2 Rytro (castle ruins) – Grybów- Ciężkowice (fossil village) – Ryglice- Smarzowa- -Rytwiany (monastery, Radziwiłlów Pallace) – Staszów. First stage about 210 km.

Day 3 Staszów (church from the 14th century) – Ujazd (Krzyżtopór castle) – Ćmielów (castle) – Opole Lubelskie – Wojciechów (blacksmith museum) – Kazimierz Dolny  – Lubartów (Lubomirski Pallace) – Siemień.  Next stage little longer – about 230 km.

Day 4 Siemień – Ortel ( east church from the 17th centur) – Zastawek (Tartar village) – Mielnik -Hajnówka (east church of the Holy Trinity) – Białowieża. After two days, now we are drive 260 km.

Day 5 Siemianowski Lagoon – Supraśl ( monastery from the 16th century) – Bohoniki (Tatar mosque) – Malawicze (historic windmills) – Saczkowce (historical village) – Kurzyniec. Leisure stage – only 170 km.

Day 6 Kurzyniec (lake) – Sejny (monastery from the 17th centur) – Puńsk – Gulbieniszki ( Cisowa Góra peak – 265 m. npm.) – Smolniki-Wiżajny (the coldest place in Poland)- Rutka Tartak. Ease with spectacular views stage – 140 km

Day 7 Rutka Tartak – Stańczyki (old and large railway viaducts) – Pluszkiejmy – Rapa (Polish pyramid) – Banie Mazurskie – Węgorzewo- Guja (nazi fortifications) – Srokowo – Frombork (Nicolaus Copernicus town ).

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