Not to be confused with the Milky Way, the Lower Saxony Milk Route links milking parlours and farms on a 190 km picturesque tour past sandy heathland, marshes and moors, to provide a microcosm of the dairy industry.

The „Carp Route”, located in a Carp Valley, Małopolska province, covers the historical fish-farming area spreading for hundreds of hectares along the valleys of the Vistula and Skawa Rivers. Located in Oświęcim and Wadowice district, consists of seven communes: Zator, Przeciszów, Osiek, Polanka Wielka, Brzeźnica, Spytkowice, Tomice. The main goal of the „Carp Route” is promotion of the fish farming, which has been run here since 13th and 14th centuries, and it’s products, in particular carp.