The route in Poland is developed in 51 stages crossing the country from north to south.
The Via Romea Strata in Poland starts at the Polish-Lithuanian border crossing Ogrodniki and reaches Cieszyn on the Czech border at the Friendship Bridge.
In the first part, the Romea Strata overlaps with the Camino Polaco, the Polish Way of St. James.
The Romea Strata in Poland has a high landscape, natural and cultural value: the route passes through picturesque countryside, many lake districts, national parks, forest complexes including the Ełk Lake District, one of the most attractive tourist regions in Poland. The central part of the route, on the other hand, is characterised by the plains leading to the famous cities of Częstochowa and Kraków.