A paradise for romantics, lovers of nature and restless drifters. The soft green mountains peppered with traditional wooden churches.
Czestochowska region characterised by picturesque Jurassic rocks. Czestochowa is usually associated with Jasna Gora Monastery.
The cheerful maritime city is popular tour destination. Situated by the sea, it has a gentle climate and beautiful beaches.
In Krakow you can see mediaeval cathedrals, the Renaissance castle, Baroque churches, the Art Nouveau theatre & many other monuments.
Malbork on the Nogat river the imposing red brick castle from 1274 on the river bank, which is the largest Gothic fortress in Europe.
Picturesque land of reputedly 3,000 lakes. For sailing fans, fishermen, hikers, cyclists and those who seek tranquillity.
The modest provincial town of Oswiecim was a witness to an enormous evil caused by mankind during World War II.
Rocky peaks covered with all-year snow, sharp ridges, picturesque ponds, waterfalls and valleys the most spectacular in Poland.
Warsaw’s vibrant business downtown takes pride in many skyscrapers. The catchy skyline is still dominated by the enormous Palace of Culture.
Amazes with a plenitude of Gothic, Baroque & Art Nouveau architecture. An extremely complicated history left its mark on Wroclaw’s atmosphere.
A highly protected biosphere area on the border with Byelorussia. The reserve of European bison (żubr), an animal extinct elsewhere.
Beautiful pilgrimage site dear to Pope John Paul II. Baroque Bernardine monastery with a Via Dolorosa a long sequence of chapels.
Many small Polish towns with charismatic Renaissance cores. A romantic castle ruin, Baroque churches, Three Cross’s Hill & the Vistula River.
You can spot cotton mills, beautiful Art Nouveau architecture, Jewish monuments and the longest Polish street Piotrkowska.
A great, exotic natural attraction – 44 metres tall shifting sand dunes at the banks of Lake. Desert-like landscape used to be a training ground.