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Tatra Mountains

Tatry The range of high mountains, located near the Polish-Slovakian boarder. It is only 26km wide and 56km long. Numerous valleys, lakes and ridges make this area very attractive for tourists. The famous city of Zakopane has grown to become the heart of the Tatra mountains and one of the most popular places in Poland. It's the best to visit Tatra mountains in the spring or fall to avoid the biggest concentration of tourists in the summer time.

Masurian Lakes

Mazury The huge lake area in the north-east of Poland. In the region of the great Masurian lakes - Sniardwy and Mamry - water covers 15% of the area. Presently it is a perfect place for all kinds of touristic activities - biking, hiking, sailing or canoing.
The big resorts - Mikolajki and Gizycko - attract thousands of water sports lovers. The smaller lakes in the east fascinate with their pure nature, untouched by people. It's a marvellous place to stay for either a canoing or sailing trip or for a calm vacation time in a farm.

The Baltic Coast

Ba³tyk The unique sandy coast with dunes, that can be even 40m high. Beautiful beaches encourage to swim and sunbathe. Numerous touristic resorts from Swinoujscie to Hel attract millions of tourists every year. The list of attractions of the Baltic Sea has no end: cliffs, dunes, national parks, sailing, lighthouses, museums, ports and all kinds of water sports.


Warszawa The Capital of Poland from over four centuries. One of the biggest communicational and economical centers in the Middle Europe. Totally destroyed during the Second World War, Warsaw attracts now tourists and investors as a huge, lively metropolis and one of the most intensively developing cities in Europe. Warsaw is well-prepared to have guests. There are over 20 000 sleeping places waitng for tourists and numerous cultural institutions - theaters, museums, galleries. Warsaw is especially worth-seen in the summer time when the residents go out for holiday, or during one of the cultural events (Warsaw Summer Jazz Days, theatrical and film festivals and many more).


Kraków One of the most beautiful and well-known cities in Poland. The previous capital of Poland. It's famous for its amazing, medieval atmosphere of the streets and houses of the Old City. The main cultural center of Poland, mostly because of the presence of the artists, authors, actors, singers. It's worth to see Wawel, the Mariacki Church, Sukiennice and also have a walk along the charming streets of the Jewish district of Kazimierz and Rynek.


Wrocław Because of its international cultural heritage, mixing of the various traditions and cultures it's called the meeting place. Wroclaw charms us with the gorgeous Ostrow Tumski, beautiful Rynek and tiny streets in the area of the Old Town. There is a academic center with its monumental building of the University. It's called the meeting place also because of the unique opportunities to spend our spare time - the uncountable number of monuments, theaters, cultural festivals and also pubs or cafeterias attracts not only the residents but also guests from Poland and all over the world.

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