Długopole-Zdrój is a health-spa village located in the dolnośląskie region, in the Bystrzyca Kłodzka community The first documented mention of this town dates back to 1346, and tells about giving Read More »


Czerniawa-Zdrój is a health spa and a district of Świeradów-Zdrój, located in the dolnośląskie region. It is one of the oldest health spas in this area. The settlement was established in the 17th Read More »

Birdwatching in Poland

Birdwatching is a popular hobby among people in Great Britain and USA, but it is slowly gaining popularity in Poland as well. In the already mentioned countries there several millions of people Read More »

The PRL Museum

The PRL Museum is an institution located in the building of a former „Światowid” Cinema in the Nowa Huta district of Kraków. The idea of the museum came from the City Council of Kraków in Read More »

The moving nativity scene in Bardo Śląskie

Although according to liturgy, the Christmas period ends on the day of the Baptism of the Lord, in Polish tradition singing Christmas carols lasts all the way until February 2nd. This is a Read More »

The Sanctuary of Mother of God the Painful Queen of Poland in Licheń Stary

The Sanctuary of the Mercy of God is a sanctuary located in Łagiewniki, Kraków, at 3 Siostry Faustyny street. It is strictly associated with the life and activityof Faustyna Kowalska. In 1992 the Read More »

The Sanctuary of the Mercy of God in Łagiewniki

The Sanctuary of the Mercy of God is a sanctuary located in Łagiewniki, Kraków, at 3 Siostry Faustyny street. It is strictly associated with the life and activityof Faustyna Kowalska. In 1992 the Read More »

10 interesting cities and towns in Poland that everyone should see – part 2

7/10 Węgrów The 12.000-citizen Węgrów is located at the historicla border between Podlasie and Mazowze. The settlement in the valley of Liwiec gained citty rights in the mid-15th century. It Read More »

10 interesting cities and towns in Poland that everyone should see – part 1

These are 10 interesting and intriguing, yet rather little-known cities and towns in Poland, which are worth considering as one of the destinations during your summer vacation, May trip, long Read More »

Lwówek Switzerland – Lwówek Rocks

Lwówek Switzerland (Szwajcaria Lwówecka) is a group of several sandy rocks bastions located in the town of Lwówek Śląski, with a gorgeous view of the surroundings. Interesting rocky formations, a Read More »

Lake Pilchowickie

Lake Pilchowickie is an artificially created water reservoir. The Bóbr Dam was created in 1912, it is 62 meters high and 290 meters wide, as well as up to 60 meters thick. It really is Read More »

The Sobótka-Górka Castle

The history of the castle in Sobótka-Górka began in the 12th century. At that time, the first chapel designed specifically for Augustinians was created, which was later rebuilt for a parish Read More »

The Paulinum Palace

The pearl and a great treasure among the monuments of Jelenia Góra is the Paulinum Palace, built in the 19th century sat the top of a park hill, nearly at the very centre of the city. The Read More »

The underground town in Jelenia Góra

On Saturday, December 22nd 2018, the long-awaited attraction known as „Time Gates” was officially opened, much to the excitement of tourists all around the country. Below the centre of Jelenia Read More »


Koszalin is the second largest city of Pomorze Zachodnie, which is located at the junction of three regions – The Słowińskie coast, the Białogradzka Plain and the Słupsk Plain. Although it has no Read More »

The kayaking trail of the Czarna Hańcza river

Apart from the numerous lakes (including Wigry, Okrągłe and Długie) The kayaking trail of the Czarna Hańcza river is the largest river in Suwalszczyzna, which begins in the deepest lake in the Read More »

The Łężczok Nature Reserve

Located between Racibórz, Nędza, Zawada Książęcsa and Babice, being part of the area of the Cysterskie Kompozycje Krajobrazowe Rud Wielkich Landscape Park, the Łężczok Nature Reserve is one of Read More »

Golden Pins for the best tourist attractions in Poland

In honor of the 15th anniversary of introducing the world to Google Maps, the best attractions in our country were awarded with a prize known as Złote Pinezki (Golden Pins). The Polish list Read More »

Pakoszow Palace

The Pakoszów Palace is a baroque-styled palace located nearby the Kamienna river, in the border of the town of Piechowice, in the dolnośląskie region. It was built in 1725 for the order Johann Read More »

The Land of Loess Ravines

If you’re planning to spend your vacation in Poland, we’ve got something special for you – the Land of Loess ravines, located upon the Vistula river. This is the location of the largest gathering Read More »

Tuczno Castle

The castle in Tuczno was established as a defensive fortress, in a small village with a fishing settlement. This is a strategic place: the fortress was supposed to defend th border between Read More »

Why should you visit Lublin?

Before the war, Lublin was a famous trading town, and a centre of trade between Poland and Lithuania, as well as other countries. This city is full of unique monuments, romantic corners, and Read More »

The forgotten park in Maciejowa and its treasures

There is a unique place in the heart of Lower Silesia, several kilometers away from the centre of Jelenia Góra. All you have to do is get through the old, beech forest and listen to the wind Read More »

The triangular Market Square in Łowicz

Most market squares are shaped like a square or rectangle, less oftemn they have a shape of a trapeze. But there is only one Market Square shaped like a triangle in the entire Poland. It can be Read More »

Free museums in Warsaw

Not all museums in Warsaw require buying a ticket. If you make a good plan of your visit to the capital of Poland, you can visit most of its museums for free. Allow us to introduce you to to the Read More »

Cheap attractions in Solina

Beautiful landscapes, nature qualities and health spa qualities? You can find that in Solina! This is a perfect place in Bieszczady to take a break from the crowds of the big city. And you can Read More »

Wild places in Poland part 2

9/17 The Opawskie Mountains (opolskie region) The Opawskie Mountains is a little-known, most eastern mountain range of the Polish Sudety. It is historically associated with the Lower Silesia, and Read More »

Wild places in Poland. Perfect for a weekend away from the crowds – part 1

Wild places in Poland – is it still possible to find them? Yes, it is! Our country is more than just crowded beaches, long cues of people eager to get to Giewont and rowdy market squares of large Read More »

Small Towns in Poland that you have to see

What towns in Poland are conisdered to be some of the most beautiful places in the country? The most beautiful towns in Poland: 1.Sandomierz Location: in the świętokrzyskie region, less than 1.5 Read More »

Sadecczyzna – discover the pearl of Lesser Poland

Are you familiar with this incredibly beautiful, yet still little known part of Poland? Allow us to introduce you to several interesting propositions of spending your free time in a region Read More »

Professor Białobok’s Forest Arboretum in Stradomia Dolna

One of Poland’s most recently created arboretums, located in Stradomia Dolna, was established in 1993 out of a small forest nursery. Today it contains 150 hectares of a mixed boron, consisting of Read More »


Międzygórze, located at the foothills of the Śnieżnik Massif, used to be the place, where iron was extracted, before the local people began to do weaving. It wasn;t until the 19th century that Read More »


Międzylesie, located between the Bystrzyckie Mountains and the Śnieżnik Massif, has preserved its original urban layout with the characteristic market square, surrounded by charming stonehouses Read More »

Środa Śląska

In the middle ages, Środa Śląska was a crucial trading settlement. It gained its city rights thanks to Prince Henryk I Brodaty. The precious objects known as Skarb Średzki were most likely owned Read More »

The Great International Knight Tournament in Golub-Dobrzyń

Golub-Dobrzyńis a town which only existed sice 1951. Before that, Dobrzyń was a suburb of a town of Golub, located at the opposite edge of the river Drwęca. In 1466, after the Second Peacemaking Read More »

Corpus Christi in Spycimierz

Spycimierz is a small village located in the valley of Warta, 3 kilometers to the south from Uniejów. In the morning of Corpus Christi day, the citizens of the local parish church are creating Read More »


The mighty massif of Ślęża, the highest and most northern part of Przedgórze Sudeckie, is one of the main tourist attractions of the Lower Silesia. Although the highest peak of the region, Ślęża, Read More »

The Gwarek Race in Sokołowsko

Sokołowsko is a picturesquely located climatic health spa. This is the place where, in 1855 one of the world’s first places of treating tuberculosis was opened. The town gained its Polish name Read More »


One of the most precious objects on the trail of the Palace and Garden Valley is the baroque palace in Mysłakowice, which was built in the second half of the 18th century, from the inititative of Read More »

Pucheroki in Bibice

Bibice is a large village, located not far from the northern borders of Kraków. It is one of the places, in which the folklore of the land of Kraków is still cultivated. The main promoter of Read More »

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