Poland, a multifaceted country with rich and interesting history, is definitely worth visiting it. Modern and fast growing Poland has plenty of historic and heritage sites unveiling its history.
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, had been completely destroyed during the war. However today this city offers a fusion of restored beautiful historic buildings, concrete structures from socialism times, and contemporary smart architecture..
Gdańsk and Trójmiasto
Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia are thee adjacent cities on the Baltic coast that make a metropolitan area called Tricity, or Trójmiasto.
Malbork is the medieval capital of the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights. The town houses a huge medieval castle ensemble that was once the most fortified one in Europe.
Frombork, a town with the Gothic cathedral where Nicolaus Copernicus spent 33 years and where his final resting place is located.
Masuria is is one of the most beautiful landscape areas in Poland with hills, forests and over 3,000 lakes. This is the most popular part of the Poland's Lake District.
Toruń, where Nicolaus Copernicus was born, is famous for its architectural heritage consisting of over 300 listed buildings. All of them left their marks in the history of European architecture.
The undoubted leader in terms of number of tourists in Poland is Kraków. This ancient city was once the capital of Poland, and its elegance and refinement make him a worthy rival to Prague and Vienna.
European service and Slavic hospitality.
Incomparable dishes of Polish cuisine, own breweries and amazing coloring of interior. Try to resist!
Castles and museums, river rafting and undeground caves, historical and gastronomic tours - here you will find everything.