Krakow Tours Krakow is second largest city in Poland and most popular tourist destination in Poland today. Often considered as most beautiful city in Poland where medieval layout survived almost untouched the World War 2. more Warsaw Tours Warsaw is the biggest city in Poland and the state capital. Warsaw was almost completely destroyed during the World War 2. Rebuilt after destruction today Warsaw is modern and fast growing city. more Gdansk Tours Gdansk is the largest city on Polish Baltic Sea coast with long and rich history. Many interesting and imposing monuments make the city very popular destination amongst foreign tourists in Poland. Most of important historic buildings are... more Wroclaw Tours Wroclaw is the capital of Lower Silesia region and one of the oldest cities in Poland. The fourth largest city in Poland as regards population. Wroclaw bears the stamp of several cultures and has lots of monuments. more Poznan Tours Poznan is one of the biggest cities in Poland and second - after Warsaw - business centre. Whether you come to Poznan as a tourist or in business, there are lots of places worth seeing here. more Lublin Tours Lublin is the largest city in southeastern Poland with long history and full of historic buildings. Lublin flourished under the Jagiellonian dynasty, later became an important center of commerce. more Lodz Tours Lodz is the centre of Polish textile industry with population of 800 000 people today – almost the same number as Krakow. more Bialystok tours Bialystok is the biggest city in north-eastern part of Poland and situated close to the border with Belarus. Its population is both Polish and Belarussian. more Kielce Kielce definitely does not belong to most beautiful cities in Poland but it is capital and biggest city of Swietokrzyskie Province and has a couple of interesting places. more Rzeszow Tours History of Rzeszow as a fortified settlement on the Wislok river started in 14th century, but for centuries it was just a small village until 1944 when it became a provincial capital and began to bloom very fast. more Olsztyn tours and sightseeing Olsztyn is the largest city in Warmia and Mazuria and the main town of the two regions. City is situated on the shores of many lakes and offers visitors beaches and holiday centers. Olsztyn was built by Teutonic Order, first castle was... more Szczecin City Breaks Szczecin is very old city, a castle and a fishing village existed here in 9th century. Today Szczecin is a major Polish port serving ocean-going vessels and river traffic. During World War 2 the town suffered great destruction. more Zamosc Zamosc is one of the most superb urban designs and the best-preserved Renaissance town in Poland included also on the UNESCO List of World Heritage. The most important site in town is the Great Main Market in the centre, exactly 100... more Torun Torun is a medieval city which was granted town status by the Teutonic Order in 1233. City is exceptionally rich in historic buildings. As a historic site Torun ranks as high as Krakow and Zamosc. more Czestochowa Czestochowa is world famous city for the Pauline monastery of Jasna Gora which is the home of the Black Madonna painting, a shrine of the Virgin Mary. Jasna Gora was founded in 1382 by Pauline monks who came from Hungary, the monastery... more Bydgoszcz Bydgoszcz is one of the biggest cities in northern Poland with international airport and population of nearly 400 000 people. Since 18^th century city is an important port at Brda river and Bydgoszcz Canal connecting Vistula and Odra... more Katowice Tours Katowice is the capital city of the Upper Silesia region. Located in the heart of the Industrial Upper Silesia, it was created by the coal mining industry active since the 18th century. more
 

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