10 Best Places to Visit in Poland
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Life has not been easy for Poland, an eastern European country that has been invaded and destroyed many times over the centuries. The country suffered mightily in World War II when many of its citizens, including its large Jewish population, were hustled off to Nazi concentration camps. The Polish spirit, however, refused to die and today the country combines medieval architecture with lively cultural activities to meet the needs of modern tourists. An overview of the best places to visit in Poland:
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6. Tatra National Park
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10 Best Places to Visit in Poland
10 Best Places to Visit in Poland: Wroclaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Malbork, Lublin, Poznan, Tatra National Park, Torun, Warsaw,Bialowieza Forest
Poland Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Awesome Places To Visit
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Best Places to visit in Poland:
Krakow, Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Poznan, Tatra National Park, Torun, Bialowieza Forest, Lublin, Malbork.
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1.Warsaw;2.Krutynia River;3.Krakow;4.Wieliczka Salt Mine;5.Wroklaw;6.Looking after Dwarfs;7.Gdansk;8.Zakopane;
9.Coast of Baltic Sea;10.Mikolajki.
Lublin Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places To Visit
Planning to visit Lublin? Check out our Lublin Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Lublin.
Top Places to visit in Lublin (Poland):
Majdanek State Museum, Rynek Wielki w ZamoSciu, Lublin Old Town, The Lublin Open Air Village Museum, Zamoyski Palace Museum, Holocaust Memorial Wall, Armenian Tenement Houses, Trinity Tower, Magiczne Ogrody, The Lublin Castle, Roztocze National Park, St. John the Baptist Cathedral, Chelmskie Podziemia Kredowe, Baszta, Janowiec Castle
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Visit Poland - A Short Polish Itinerary
Wanting to visit Poland, but not sure the best places to visit? Well here is our list of eight worthwhile places to visit in Poland. Gdansk, The Masurian Lakes, Malbork Castle, Wroclaw, Warsaw, Lublin, Krakow, The Tatra Mountains & Zakopane. There are a number of other cities to visit as well, but this was just a quick list of some of our favorites.
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PEOPLE SAID NOT TO GO TO KATOWICE, POLAND
Even though people told us Katowice wasn't worth visiting, we went anyways and are so glad we did! The city is different than any other we have seen in Poland and we had a great day exploring the sites in Katowice. Sometimes before you believe what others say about a place, it's best to go and see it for yourself!
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- Katowice Culture Zone: Spodek, NOSPR and International Conference Centre
- The Silesian Museum
- Restauracja Chata z Zalipia for lunch
- The Nikiszowiec neighbourhood
- Flower Market Square
- 3 Maja Street and Mariacka Street
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Poland is one of the larger countries in Central Europe. It has a long Baltic Sea coastline and is bordered by Belarus, the Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Russia (the Kaliningrad Oblast exclave), Slovakia, and Ukraine.
Most of the major cities boast lovely old centres and a range of splendid buildings, some of them World Heritage sites. Many old quarters were heavily damaged or even destroyed in WWII bombings, but were meticulously rebuilt after the war, using the original bricks and ornaments where possible. Although remains of the Soviet Union and even scars of the Second World War are visible in most of them, the Polish cities offer great historic sight seeing while at the same time they have become modern, lively places. The capital, Warsaw, has one of the best old centres and its many sights include the ancient city walls, palaces, churches and squares. You can follow the Royal Route to see some of the best landmarks outside the old centre. The old city of Kraków is considered the country's cultural capital, with another gorgeous historic centre, countless monumental buildings and a few excellent museums. Just 50 km from there is the humbling Auschwitz concentration camp which, due to the horrible events it represents, leaves an impression like no other World Heritage Site does. The ancient Wieliczka Salt Mine, also a World Heritage Site, is another great daytrip from Kraków.
The provincial capital of Poznań is an underestimated city, but definitely worth a visit. With the oldest cathedral in the country and also the second biggest necropolis in the country for kings and rulers, a beautiful Renaissance town hall with two battling billy goats (seen only around noon), and an impressive 20th century imperial palace built for the German kaiser (just to mention a few attractions) makes a great impression on most visitors.
Once a Hanseatic League town, the port city of Gdańsk boasts many impressive buildings from that time. Here too, a walk along the Royal Road gives a great overview of notable sights. Wrocław, the capital of Lower Silesia, is still less well-known but can definitely compete when it comes to amazing architecture; its Centennial Hall being the prime example. The city's picturesque location on the Oder and countless bridges make this huge city a lovely place. The old town of Zamość was planned after Italian theories of the ideal town and named a unique example of a Renaissance town in Central Europe by UNESCO. The stunning medieval city of Toruń has some great and original Gothic architecture, as it is one of the few Polish cities to have completely escaped devastation in WWII. The city of Lublin additionally boasts an impressive historic old town, castle, and serene surrounding countryside.
With 23 national parks and a number of landscape parks spread all over the country, natural attractions are never too far away. Białowieża National Park, on the Belarus border, is a World Heritage Site as it comprises the last remains of the primeval forest that once covered most of Europe. It's the only place where European bison still live in the wild. If you're fit and up for adventure, take the dangerous Eagle's Path (Orla Perć) in the Tatra Mountains, where you'll also find Rysy, Poland's highest peak. Pieniński National Park boasts the stunning Dunajec River Gorge and Karkonoski National Park is home to some fabulous waterfalls. The mountainous Bieszczady National Park has great hiking opportunities and lots of wildlife. Wielkopolska National Park is, in contrast, very flat and covers a good part of the pretty Poznań Lakeland. The Masurian Landscape Park, in the Masurian Lake District, with its 2000 lakes, is at least as beautiful. Bory Tucholskie National Park has the largest woodland in the country and has many lakes too, making it great for birdwatching. The two national parks on Poland's coast are also quite popular: Wolin National Park is located on an island in the north-west, and Słowiński National Park holds some of the largest sand dunes in Europe.
Castles & other rural monuments
The Polish countryside is lovely and at times even gorgeous, with countless historic villages, castles, churches and other monuments. Agrotourism is therefore increasingly popular. If you have a taste for cultural heritage, the south western parts of the country offer some of the best sights, but there's great stuff in other areas too. The impressive Gothic Wawel Castle in Krakow may be one of the finest examples when it comes to Poland's castles, but most of the others are located in smaller countryside towns.
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Take a virtual tour to Poland with our team! Of course, every town is special and unique! But if you want to relax with your soul, feel the spirit of history and learn something new visit this awesome gem of Poland, Lublin. Its ancient buildings and streets will tell you’re the history of the city. Take in the fascinating scenery of this authentic city! It’s full of greenery and birds such as pigeons and even peacocks. Birdsong is everywhere!
Discover the modern and ancient parts of Lublin which perfectly supplemented each other! It’s incredibly beautiful and worth to visit them both. You will see fascinating Cracow Gate, medieval foundations in Po Farze Square, panoramic views of Lublin Castle and the museum located inside it; luminous fountains in Litewski Square at night, peaceful views of the river, small neat houses and more. Lublin Old Town is truly majestic! It seems like you are at the picture gallery. You will encounter pictures of people in the windows of medieval houses. Take in the beauty, listen to soothing music and enjoy watching our 4K UHD video!
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