Main photo - City Hall and Tourist Information in Iława
In the area of the Green Lungs of Poland, in the Iława Lake District, in the place where Masuria opens to tourists, showing the beauty of the Land of a Thousand Lakes, there is Iława that guarantees amazing experiences, a lot of attractions and relaxation. Numerous lakes, beautiful forests, monuments and varied topography attract more and more tourists every year. Although it is assumed that Iława is a paradise for sailors, cycling, hiking and canoeing also makes the town very attractive. When describing the city's advantages, one cannot fail to mention how well connected it is with large agglomerations. You can get to Iława by land, thanks to a convenient location near national and provincial roads, by air, thanks to the short distance from airports, and by rail (the only place in Warmia and Mazury where Pendolino stops).
The greatest advantage of Iława is its location at the southern end of the longest lake in Poland. Lake Jeziorak is perfect for practicing water sports, which every year is used by seasoned sailors and canoeists to plan their water conquests. The popularity of the canoeing and sailing routes designated here had a great impact on the location of hotels, marinas, numerous riverside hostels, camps and camping sites in Iława and its vicinity. The waters of Jeziorak is also a friendly place for lovers of windsurfing and diving. To take full advantage of its charms, you do not need your own equipment, because there are water equipment rentals where you can easily rent kayaks, canoes, pedal boats and scooters.
City Hall and Tourist Information in Iława
Jeziorak Lake is the sixth largest lake in the country with as many as sixteen islands. Within the administrative boundaries of Iława lies the largest of them - Wielka Żuława, which is also the largest inland island in Poland. The route of the city's cruise ship Ilavia runs around it, which takes tourists on an hour-long water trip every day from May to October.
There is no lack of modern infrastructure in the waters of Iława. We are talking here primarily about the Port of Iława - the most modern inland port in Warmia and Mazury serving the sailing traffic on Jeziorak, with a sailing avenue and a memorial room, commemorating those who contributed to the popularization of water sports, as well as the Ekomarina performing many functions - protecting and maintaining cleanliness Jeziorak and caring for sailors who will reach it. It has laundries, toilets and a first aid point. The twin objects can be found in the nearby Siemiany and Zalewo.
The rich cultural offer and a wide range of events taking place here make Iława an interesting place on the entertainment map of Warmia and Mazury. The annual shanties attract many fans of this type of music to Jeziorak. Traditional jazz enthusiasts should not miss the iconic "Złota Tarka". For the youngest, the city has prepared a Picnic of Inspirations by Mały Jeziorak. Athletes will also find something for themselves in Iława: Iława Half Marathon LA RIVE, Orange Bicycle Rally, tourist regatta for the "Blue Ribbon of Jeziorak", competition for the Iława Sailing Cup as part of the Cabin Yachts Cup, or the Five Lakes Race - MTB Marathon, these are just a few suggestions what the city has to offer.
The most interesting places in Iława
- Jeziorak Lake - the longest lake in Poland
- Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord from the 14th century
- The historic town hall
- Młyńska Island on the Iławka River, near the damming weir
- City grove
- The historic railway station with the Iławskich Kolejarzy Square
- Wielka Żuława - the largest inland island in Poland
The most interesting accommodation facilities in Iława
- Grandhotel Tiffi *****
- Hotel Stary Tartak ****
- Hotel Port 110 ***
- Tawerna kaper
- "Pod Omega" Sailing Hotel
- Villa Orient
- Villa Port
The best restaurants in Ilawa
- Tiffi Restaurant
- Stary Tartak Restaurant
- Port 110 restaurant
- Tawerna kaper
- Restaurant "u Czapy"
- Restaurant "Tu i Tam"
- Bistro Centrum Bar