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Poland lies in the heart of Europe – the geometric center of the continent is right here. Half a million places to stay, thousands of restaurants, hundreds forms of leisure and entertainment – they're all waiting for visitors. Poland is a country that is safe and friendly for visitors from abroad, a statement confirmed by official international statistics. You can find more or less everything in Poland: alpine mountains, wide beaches, clean lakes, deep forests, world-class historic monuments, and friendly people. The climate is temperate, and the people is warm and hospitable.
Polish cities with a thousand-year history invite their visitors to encounter with culture, and Poland's villages and small towns offer the opportunity to get away from the bustle of modern life. In addition, all this comes with a backdrop of breathtaking natural landscapes, because Poland's greatest attraction is nature. Wild, untouched, more diverse than in most countries either in Europe or the world and, what is more, easily accessible. Tourists value this greatly and their number is constantly increasing.
The capital of Poland spans the Wisla (Vistula River) and all the main tourist sites are on the left bank, while the right bank contains the increasingly fashionable Prague district. The tourist epicentre of Warsaw is the 'Royal Route', which runs north-south from the New
In the Middle Ages Krakow was safe, rich fortified city surrounded by walls with 55 towers (fragments of the city fortification have been preserved to this day). During the Renaissance, Krakow became the centre of new ideas and culture that attracted the most
Gdansk was first mentioned as a Polish city in 997 or 999. It has been called by the German name Danzig at various periods of its history. Gdansk is part of the Three-City urban area, made up of the towns of Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot. The city center, known as Old Town, lies on the Motlawa, a river that runs into the Vistula 2 miles (3 kilometers) inland.
1-hour drive south of Gdansk takes you to Malbork(Marienburg) – a seat of Teutonic OrderGrand Master, dating back to the 13th century, an outstanding example of medieval defensive construction. The fortification consists of three parts: Lower Castle (armoury, chapel, Gothic houses),
Mazur Lakes region
Drive through breathtaking landscape of the Thousand Lakes Land. Visit in Wolf Liar in Gierloz – Hitler's headquarters during World War II to see imposing ruins of thick walls of former bunkers. Visit in Swieta Lipka with beautiful Baroque church dating back to the XVII th century. The temple is famous for a silver figure of Virgin Mary in linden tree.
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