Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is a town in southern Poland, established in the first half of the 17th century. It is the only calvary ever to be enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town is Read More »

The Castle in Niedzica

The Castle in Niedzica (or the Dunajec Castle) is a medieval stronghold located on the right bank of the Czorsztyn reservoir, in the village of Niedzica-Zamek. This castle was built most likely Read More »

The Wigry National Park

The Wigry National Park was established on January 1st 1989, as the 15th National Park in Poland. It was created on an surface of 14 956 hectares. Nowadays its area consists of 15 089.79 Read More »

The Wielkopolski National Park

The Wielkopolski National Park was created on April 16th 1957. It is located upon the river Warta, to the south of Poznan. At the time of its creation, the border of the park contained the Read More »

Magura National Park

The Magura National Park was created on January 1st 1995. It is located on the border between the malopolskie and podkarpackie regions, at the very heart of Beskid Niski. It reaches as far as the Read More »

Swietokrzyski National Park

The Swietokrzyski National Park was created on May 1st 1950. It is located in the central part of the Swietokrzyskie Mountains and contains the area of the mountain range of Lysogory and the Bald Read More »

The Biebrzanski National Park

The Biebrzanski National Park was established on September 9th 1993. It is located in the Podlaskie region and contains the area of the Biebrza valley, beginning with the estuary of Niedzwiedzica Read More »

The Babiogorski National Park

The Babiogorski National Park was created in 1954, at the area, which at the time was part of the Cracovian region. It is located in southern Poland, in the Suski County and the Nowotarski Read More »

The Kampinoski National Park

The Kampinoski National Park was created in 1959 in the Warszawski region (currently the mazowieckie region). It contains the area of the Kampinoska forest in the glacial valley of the Vistula Read More »

What should you see in Pieniny

The Pieniny mountains are the second most popular mountain place after the Tatra Mountains. They are one of the most attractive tourist regions in Poland – especially the center part. Here are a Read More »

The Five Pond Valley

The primitive name of the Five Pond Valley, which originated from folk culture, is Pięciostawy.At the beginning of Tara mountain tourism, the name Five Pond Valley (Dolina Pięciu Stawów) was Read More »

The Cracow Nativity Scenes

One of the most beautiful Christmas traditions is the Nativity scene. And perhaps the most gorgeous and wonderful Nativity scenes are made in Cracow, Poland. The Cracow Nativity scene is a slim, Read More »

Attractions in the Lower Silesia

The Lower Silesia is far more than just Wroclaw. In this article we will tell you a bit about some of the attractions in the region, that you might not have known about, but are definitely worth Read More »

What should you see in Szczecin

Nestled on the banks of the Oder River, Szczecin, Poland, is a city rich in history and culture, yet often overlooked by the typical tourist trail. This guide will take you through Read More »

What should you see in Gniezno

Gniezno was the first capital city in Poland. This was the place, where, according to legend, Lech saw a white eagle and decided to build a settlement. Nowadays, Gniezno is quite an interesting Read More »

Hydropolis in Wroclaw

If you’re looking for something in Wroclaw that’s more contemporar than the Raclawice Panorama or Ostrow Tumski, then we have something extra special for you – the „Hydropolis” Ecological Read More »


Kaszuby is a beautiful, and at the same time very interesting historical land with lakes, forests, hills, peace and quiet, located in northern Poland, being part of the Pomeranian region. The Read More »

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