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Poland travel

/storage/images/about_poland/pl_1.jpgPoland is interesting for anyone who wants to visit old cities, pubs, culture and picturesque landscapes varying from sea shores to mountains for an affordable price.

Sightseeing Poland

Tourism in Poland includes tours to the big and old cities like the capital of Warsaw with its castle and its Old Town, its parks and boulevards. Other famous and old cities are Kraków with its cathedral and its old town, the medieval Hanseatic city of Gdansk, the old city of Wrocław with its famous cathedral, Lublin with its impressive Jewish history, or Medieval Toruń, the birthplace of Copernicus. The memorial museums in Auschwitz, a UN world heritage site, and other holocaust related sites are also of interest. The bigger Polish cities are especially interesting for backpackers because of their young population, affordable cultural events and many pubs.

In the south of Poland, you will find the Wieliczka Salt mine. The underground world that is carved from rocks and salt - also a UN World Heritage Site.

The mazury lake district in the north east of Poland with its pictureque villages and Malbork castle is also a great place to visit. South of Bialystok one can find the Bialowieza Forest, a UNESCO Heritage Site and nature preserve where European bison (wisent) may be found.

Warsaw travel

/storage/images/about_poland/pl_2.jpgThe capital of Poland lies on the banks of the River Vistual. It was founded in the 13th century and became Poland's capital in 1596. Warsaw was ruled by Russia as an independent state between (1815-1917) and became the capital of Poland again in 1918. Most of the citie's Jewish resident were executed during the German occupation in World War II. Warsaw was rebuilt after 1945 and is today a major cultural, commercial and industrial center with the population of 1,670,000.

Krakow travel

/storage/images/about_poland/pl_3.jpgLocated on both sides of the upper River Vistual, it was the capital of a prinicpality in 1138. After survivng the Mongol invasion in 1241, it was made the capital of a reunited Poland. Its importance diminished after the capital was moved to Warsaw in 1596. The city was returned to Poland in 1918, it was held by Germany during World War II. Since the war, it is an industrial center for investors, and a beautiful city with many attractions for tourists.

Poznan travel

/storage/images/about_poland/pl_4.jpgCity,  west-central Poland. Located on the Warta River, Poznan is one of the oldest cities in Poland, dating from the 9th century AD. It reached the height of prosperity as a trade centre from the 15th to the 17th century but declined after the Second Northern War. In 1793 Poznan was annexed to Prussia, intensifying Germanization that had begun in the 13th century. In 1918 it reverted to Poland. [...] Rebuilt after the war, it has become the administrative, industrial, and cultural centre of western Poland. It is also an academic centre with scientific and literary institutes. ( industry: textile mills, metallurgical works, and chemical).

Zakopane travel

/storage/images/about_poland/pl_5.jpgZakopane's carrer as a resort and holiday centre began in the second half of the 19th century. This was after the beauty of Morskie Oko lake and the charm of the Koscieliska Valley had been discoverd by some very well know Poles who had been setting off their trips to the Tatra mountains. They were: Stanislaw Staszi who was a scholar and proffessor and Ludwik Zejszner a poet and author of "tatry in 24 pictures" in 1840.

Gdansk travel

/storage/images/about_poland/pl_6.jpgA beauty of northern Poland, near the mouth of the Vistual River on the Gulf of Gdańsk. The city is an old Slavic Settlement, Gdańsk was a part of the Hanseatic League after the 13th century and was later ruled by Poland and Prussia before it was made a free city again by the treaty of Versailles (1919). Hitlers demand that Gdańsk be returend to Germany led to his invasion of Poland and the beginning of World War II. The city was subsequently restored to Poland in 1945. Although it was a major port and ship building center, Gdansk is a great tourist attraction in the summer. The countless music festivals and events make this city irresistable for any tourist to visit.

Wroclaw travel

/storage/images/about_poland/pl_7.jpgCity (pop., 2000 est.: 633,857), southwestern Poland. Located on the Oder River, it originated in the 10th century at the crossroads of the trade route linking the Black Sea to western Europe. In 1138 it became the first capital of Silesia. The Tartars destroyed Wroclaw in 1241. Rebuilt, it passed to Bohemia with the rest of Silesia in 1335 and to the Habsburgs in 1526. In 1741 it fell to Prussia under the rule of Frederick II (the Great), and it eventually became part of Germany. [...] The city was assigned to Poland by the Potsdam Conference of 1945. Heavily damaged during the war, it was rebuilt and is now a major commercial city.
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