The stage from Powsin to Góra Kalwaria can be traveled via alternative route (24 km). From Bielawa we have to go on the top of floodbank of the Jeziorka River. While walking over the Jeziorka River you can admire the panorama of Warsaw. At the estuary of Jeziorka to the Vistula, we go on the top of the Vistula embankment. By walking along the queen of Polish rivers, we will reach Góra Kalwaria. Note: there are no shops or places to rest on the way.
Locations on the way
Warszawa – Borowina – Baniocha – Wilczynek – Ługówek – Góra Kalwaria
After leaving the sanctuary in Powsin, we go to Bielawa, then we head to Konstancin-Jeziorna. Walking through the Chojnowski Landscape Park we go to the town of Borowina, then we reach Baniochy. From Baniochy we go to Wilczynek, where we again enter the Royal Route - the old road from Czersk to Warsaw. We reach the town of Ługówka, from where we follow the red walking trail towards Góra Kalwaria, founded in the 17th century by Bishop Stanisław Wierzbowski as New Jerusalem. After entering the village we pass by an old Jewish cemetery. From Marianek we are walking towards the market, where there are two churches: Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross and the post-Bernardine church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.