Wybrzeże Puckie between Most Gdański and Żerań is one of the nicest walking paths in the city. The total distance between the two bridges is about 3 km, which makes it a nice walk of about 6 km altogether. Also, you can meet friends here to organise a picnic (remember though it’s a nature reserve so no loud behaviour and littering, please).
On your way you will discover either a concrete embankment (perfect for running), a field of grass and an orchard (perfect for sitting on a warm day or walking with the dog) or bushy undiscovered territories next to the Vistula river (see photo). For fans of motor sports there is a motor and go-kart route, for romantic walkers – a ditch to watch the Warsaw panorama and the river flow by. On many occasions you will see deer or wild boar here (deer and wild boar in the middle of a city?) and the place gives you a relaxed, almost village-like atmosphere.
Start north from the Zoo or Stajnia Pociecha that you can easily find on the map in Wybrzeże Puckie and head towards the north (Żerań).
The season still allows for flower-collecting here.