Brodnica is located at the south-west edge of the Brodnickie Lake District, which is a small aggregation of post-glacial lakes, locateed to the east from the valley of the Vistula river. Of The Read More »

Ostrów Lednicki

At the Gniezno Lake District, several kilometers to the west from Gniezno, there is lake Lednica. In its central part you can find Ostrów Lednicki – the largest of the five islands, at which Read More »

Festival of the Slavic and Vikings in Wolin

Wolin is a historical capital of the Wolin island and the center of the Wolinianie settlement. In the 10th century, this was a blooming trading centre, enhabited by 9000 people. This made it Read More »

Wambierzyce – the Silesian Jerusalem

Although the village of Wambierzyce itself doesn’t make a very big impression at first, we can find a few places here that make this place stand out. One of these attractions is the monumental Read More »

Attractions in Zwierzyiec

The history of Zwierzyniec began in 1593. The town originated as part of Ordynacja Zamojska, which was established four years earlier by Jan Sariusz Zamoyski. At the beginning, the Hunters’ Read More »

5 Polish regions to visit with your children

When it comes to summer vacation, most people decide to go to the seaside. And although nobody can deny that the Baltic sea resorts have their special charm, they are usually crowded and noisy, Read More »

Bory Tucholskie

Bory Tucholskie is a fragment of an ancient, mighty Pomeranian Wilderness, which long ago extended between the Vistula and Odra rivers. Despite the fact, that there were some people settling down Read More »


Milicz is an incredibly charming town down, located by the river of Barycz, at the border between the Lower Silesia and Greater Poland. The town originated from the medieval settlement, which was Read More »

Kwidzyn – the castle-cathedral complex of the pomesanian chapter

Kwidzyn is located at the farming areas in the wide Valley of the Lower Vistula. It is mostly famous for its castle of the pomesanian bishops. The mighty castle itself is famous for its Read More »

Chmielaki in Krasnystaw

Krasnystaw is a town upon the river Wieprz, located by the main road, which connects Lublin with Zamość. At its center you can find a charming market square surrounded by stonehouses from the Read More »


The battle at Grunwald is one of the greatest and most important battles in the history of medieval Europe. In the german historiography it is described as the battle at Tannenberg, after the Read More »

Unusual Must-see places in Poland

Chalk underground beneath Chełm The corridors extending under the city of Chełm which were cored over the time of 700 years in the gigantic deposit of chalk, might be up 40 kilometers long. There Read More »

The Knight Tournament for Tarłówna’s Golden Braid in Dębno

Dębno is a small village located to the east from Brzesko, at the northern end of Pogórze Bocheńskie. It is famous for its beautiful castle residence, which is one of the most well-preserved ones Read More »

The Drawski Landscape Park

The Drawski Landscape Park was established in 1979 and is located in the most beautiful and most diverse part of the Drawskie Lake District in terms of landscapes. There are nearly 60 lakes at Read More »

The Suche Mountains and the Włodarz Massif

The Suche Mountains are the highest, largest and most diverse mountain range in the Kamienne Mountains, as well as one of he main mountain chains being part of the inner part of the Central Read More »


Ciechocinek is a famous Polish health spa. Anyone who visited this town, has their own private, sometimes secret story about this incredible place. They don’t refer to Ciechocinek as the place Read More »

Dymarki Świętokrzyskie in Nowa Słupia

Nowa Słupia is a large village in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains, located at the reduction between the range of Łysogóry and the Jeleniowskie Mountain range. For hundreds of years it was associated Read More »

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