Hostel is located next to Wisly. Wisla (lat. Vistula) – the longest river of Poland, as well as the longest river uchodząca to the Baltic Sea, length of 1,047 km and Flows into gdańsk Bay, while its average annual flow at the site in the mouth is 1046 m3/h. The name of the Vistula, it is more than 2000 years. The first record written in Latin, dates back to 7-5. p. n. e. and is exhibited in the Porticus Vipsania Agrippa map and in natural History, Pliny the Elder, who named the river Viscla. From the V century Vistla (support divisio orbis terrarum). In this period the basin of the Vistula, were settled from the South-West across the Celtic tribes, and from the North the tribes wschodniogermańskie.
In the middle ages from the SECOND. – IV century, under the name Viscla – Gaius Iulius Solinus, Pliny the Elder, Claudius Ptolemy. Ptolemy also listed the names and the headquarters of the tribes on the Vistula: Wenedów, Gythonów, the Galindians. Vistula in Roman historians functioned to the Baltic sea, then the Sea called the Suebi, lat. Mare Suebicum; Tacitus And age, or Bay Wenedzkiej (II century) – "de internis partibus eius Alba, Guthalus, Viscla amnes latissimi praecipitant in oceanum". In German tradition in writing nadwiślańskie forest (Widsidh) are home to the Vandals, Saxons and other Germanic tribes, although in fact they come from Scandinavia. Vincent Kadłubek called the river Vandalus, pulled out the name of the river on behalf of Wanda, and this is from vanduo words, meaning in English. Lithuanian water; as Ptolemy the river Odra Ouiádou (=water, river). And Jan Dlugosh in the Annals seu cronicae incliti called the Vistula river ... river White, "and nationibus orientalibus Polonis vicinis, ab aquae condorem Alba aqua ... nominatur". The oldest form we can attempt to reproduce as *Wīstlā, or to demonstrate the link with the item *weys "sail", but due to the lack of joints in toponimii and only the morpheme *Wīstl - in historical languages, we can assume that it acquired the name Indo-European peoples from previous residents