Explore the Unique Wooden Architecture of Otwock

Otwock is a small town near Warsaw, almost entirely covered with forests. At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries it became a summer and health resort popular among Jews from Warsaw.

While Jewish heritage in the Polish capital is almost completely gone, Otwock contains hundreds of pre-war wooden houses in the Świdermajer style, untouched by the Second World War.

If you decide to visit Otwock, you will be probably the only visitor in town which makes this experience even more unique.