The route, covering the historic objects of the northern part of the Stobrawa Rehabilitation and Recreation Zone, will take you through more than a dozen villages. On the route, you will see 22 objects which have been restored and renovated in recent years thanks to EU funding. You can start the trip in Gręboszów at the church of St Catherine. Head east through Strzelce and Polkowskie where you will see the first of the charming local roadside shrines. Those monuments of strong folk religion, usually erected on sites of particular importance for the village as tokens of gratitude for divine mercy.
There will also be plenty of monumental churches, such as the ones in Włochy, Dąbrowa, Miejsce, Świerczów or Biestrzykowice. As you head out on the 80-km route, remember to plan rest. You will find a perfect spot in the vicinity of the church in Dąbrowa which is located in the heart of a historic park. This quiet and beautiful place will help you gather your strength for the rest of the trip.
Another important stop on the route is Namysłów itself and its defensive walls found at number 8 Piastowska street and number 8 Staszica street, which used to protect the town against enemy attack. Namysłów has plenty of interesting historic sites, such as the Krakow Gate (Brama Krakowska), the town hall or the church of SS Peter and Paul.
Leaving Namysłów via Oleśnicka street, head towards Bukowie and Pągów where the last two charming churches on the route await.