From Dobrzyń on the Vistula river, the trail leads through the southern part of the historic Dobrzyń Land. It stretches along the Włocławskie Lake - Poland's largest artificial water reservoir damming the Vistula waters. It is an agricultural area, shaped on a flat moraine plateau, with small differences in height. From Dobrzyń the trail goes towards the Vistula valley and then along paved and asphalt dirt roads reaches DK 67, along which we reach Włocławek. After crossing the road bridge, the trail runs next to the Cathedral of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.