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Camping Tramp Nr. 33

Camping Tramp Nr. 33

Poland, Centre, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Torun

Tel:  
056 654 7187
fax:  
056 282 74
Open (touring pitches):  
All year.

Ref: PL3050

Alan Rogers Review

Camping Tramp has a pleasant appearance and lies in a basin below the level of the roads which run on both sides of the site. A variety of trees cover part of the site where pitches (with electricity) mingle with holiday bungalows. The other, larger field is an open meadow, where half the pitches have electricity. The 100 pitches, reached from hard access roads, are neither marked nor numbered but the position of electric boxes define where to go. Some pitches are separated by low hedging. The main E75 runs along one side of the campsite just before a busy junction and river bridge resulting in continuous traffic noise.

Torun, a Gothic jewel built originally by the Teutonic Knights and now listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site, like so many Polish towns has a long, interesting and troubled history. Famous as the birth place of Copernicus, it is today a prosperous university city on the wide River Wisla. The old walled town is worth a visit in its own right, and with a major part of it pedestrianised, walking over the Wisla bridge from the campsite is a perfect way to enjoy your visit. Inevitably the town has a planetarium which has two shows a day in English. Whilst we would not recommend this as a ‘holiday’ base, it makes a good night stop when travelling between Germany and the Baltic coast or to visit Torun.

Facilities

One refurbished and fully tiled, traditional style toilet block with toilets, hot showers and washbasins. Washing machine. Facilities for disabled visitors (ramped access). Bar/restaurant (good value) with basic food supplies. Playing field. WiFi.

  • Accommodation to Rent
  • Bar Nearby
  • Bar on Site
  • All Year
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Golf Nearby
  • Riding Nearby
  • Restaurant
  • Shop Nearby
  • Takeaway Food
  • Pets allowed
  • Wifi Partial Site

Location

Directions

From the south approaching the town you have a choice – fork left for a restricted height route (max 3.2 m) or straight on. If you fork left go under the railway bridge and turn right immediately to site 300 m. on left. If straight on, follow blue truck signs for 1 km, then turn back towards main bridge. Site access on right before river crossing. From the north go over the Wisla bridge and turn left before railway to site in 300 m. on left.