About Poland

Wawel Royal Castle -
Kraków, Poland's second-largest city, is certainly worth a few days of your time. Its Old Town is crowned by the majestic 14th-century Wawel Royal Castle.

Kraków Cloth Hall -
Kraków's historical gems extend to the stunning Renaissance-era Cloth Hall.

Warsaw -
Warsaw, Poland's historic capital, stands on the Vistula River.

Copernicus Science Centre -
In Warsaw with the kids? Let them loose in the fascinating Copernicus Science Centre. 

Wilanow Palace -
Dating back to 1696, this former royal palace located in the Wilanow district of Warsaw is one of Poland's most significant buildings.

Wawel Royal Castle -
Kraków, Poland's second-largest city, is certainly worth a few days of your time. Its Old Town is crowned by the majestic 14th-century Wawel Royal Castle.

Biskupin archaeological site -
Journey into the past by exploring the Biskupin archaeological grounds. 

Tatra National Park -
Escape the rattle and hum of urban life by trekking into Tatra National Park. 

Auschwitz-Birkenau Camps, Oswiecim -
The Auschwitz-Birkenau Camps represent one of the darkest chapters in human history.

Lazienki Park -
Residents and visitors alike unwind in the serene surroundings of Lazienki Park.

Royal Castle -
Warsaw's Royal Castle is one of the most distinguished buildings in the Polish capital.

Malbork Castle -
This impressive 13th-century Teutonic castle and fortress located near the town of Malbork is, according to UNESCO, the largest of its kind in the world by land area.

Bialowieza Forest Reserve -
Poland's lush, verdant Bialowieza Forest Reserve is home to 800 European Bison. 

Slowinski National Park -
Make for Slowinski National Park and believe you're treading across a Central European desert. Not quite, perhaps.

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