Boleslawiec Poviat 2018-03-21T08:56:36+00:00

Boleslawiec County

Promotion of tourist attractions in the cross-border area of ​​the Bolesławiec and Bautzen communes

The Bolesławiec County was created in 1999 as part of an administrative reform. The seat of the commune is the city of Bolesławiec. The Bolesławiec County is located in the south-western part of the country, in the north-western part of the Lower Silesia Province. It is the second largest county of this province. Administratively, the poviat is located near to the following counties: Zgorzelec, Lubań, Lwówek, Złotoryja, Legnica, Polkowice (Lower Silesia) and Żagań (Lubusz Province). The border between the provinces of Lower Silesia and Lubusz runs here as well. The Bolesławiec County is located near the Polish borders with the Czech Republic and Germany, at the crossroads connecting Eastern Europe with Western Europe, and Scandinavia with Southern Europe. The designed A4 motorway runs through the poviat area and the A18 motorway. The A4 motorway and the A18 motorways run through the county area. Thus, the county is easily accessible by public transport, which increases its attractiveness in terms of tourism. An excellent accommodation base allows relaxing in your favourite way – quiet sightseeing of the countys attractions or active leisure in the Lower Silesian Wilderness, by the lake and in the nearby mountains.

Boleslawiec
Bolesławiec Commune
Nowogrodziec commune
Gromadka commune
Osiecznica commune
Warta Bolesławiecka commune