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If you finish your coffee, eat your lunch and get bored with laziness, we have a few places where we will send you. It is worth seeing the Bison Farm in Wolisko, seeing the fallen bridge in Kruklanki, or going on a canoe trip in Sapina - beautiful views included! Fans of history and secrets will be happy to visit Hitler's Bunker in Gierłoż, Himmler's headquarters in Pozezdrze, the real pyramid in Rapa or visit the Boyen Fortress in Giżycko (book even a few hours, because the fortress area is huge). In the village of Mamerki near Węgorzewo, about 20 km from Przerwanki, there are a number of bunkers of the remains of the "Mauerwald" Wermacht Headquarters. The bunkers are very well preserved. You can visit the ground and underground parts of the headquarters. For a day trip, it is worth equipping yourself with rubber boots and flashlights. The Masurian Canal, a water connection between Masuria and the Baltic Sea, begins in Mamerki. The most interesting lock is located in the nearby Leśniewo Górne.
Sports enthusiasts will be happy to rent a kayak or a sailboat and sail away. Lake Gołdopiwo, on which we are, is the largest of the surrounding lakes and the last lake on the route of the Great Masurian Lakes. They are connected with the Święcajty Lake by the Sapina River. There is a quiet zone here, so you won't hear motorboats or scooters. The reed belt surrounding the lake from Przerwanki is a bird sanctuary where birders from all over Europe come to watch cormorants, wild geese, white herons, harriers, bitterns, white-tailed eagles, it is worth taking binoculars and watching them a bit. A 19 km long bicycle trail runs around the lake. Very clean water invites you to swim in the summer. The Sapina River Trail connecting several lakes: Gołdopiwo, Wilkus, Brząś, Pozezdrze, Stręgiel with the Great Masurian Lakes Trail, is a picturesque canoeing route.
If you want to go on a longer trip, be sure to go to the northern outskirts of Masuria. Because there, among charming hills and meadows, behind the village of Stańczyki, there are huge viaducts of the closed Gołdap - Żytkiejma railway line.
The bridges in Stańczyki are the highest on the line and one of the highest in Poland. Length - 200m and height 36m. Reinforced concrete structure, five-span with 15m arches. The architecture is characterized by perfect proportions and the pillars are decorated with elements modeled on the Roman aqueducts in Pont du Gard. Hence the name - Aqueducts of the Romincka Forest. It's worth it.