Best places for skiing in Poland

Best places for skiing in Poland

Poland is a country with plenty of attractions and activities to offer. One of the most exciting attractions that you can do here is skiing. Every year, countless fans of this sport come here to Read More »

The most famous rivers in Poland

As the saying goes, „You can’t step in the same river twice”. Many rivers have flown through Poland for centuries, and as the country’s landscape and history changed, so did the rivers. Over the Read More »

Beautiful boulevards in Poland

Although each large city in Poland has something unique that makes it stand out from the others, all of the cities have several elements in common. One of such elements are boulevards, which are Read More »

Attractions in the Sowie Mountains

The Sowie Mountains is a mountain range located in the central part of Sudety, in south-west Poland. The Sowie Mountains occupy the surface of approximately 200 square kilometers and extends at Read More »

The best places for beer in Krakow

Tourists coming to Krakow look for attractions both for active day and evening activities. One of the most popular forms of spending the evening is going out for a beer or a drink at the bar. The Read More »

Attractions in Lodzkie Region

The lodzkie region is one of the most diverse areas in Poland. It is full of valuable monuments and unique architectural manufacture. It also stands out with its unquotable cultural values. The Read More »

Attraction in Podkarpackie Region

The podkarpackie region is located in south-east Poland. It is one of the most of picturesque and primitive regions in the country. Its capital is the city of Rzeszow. This region has plenty of Read More »

Attractions in Kaszuby Region

Kaszuby is a land located in northern Poland, which is part of Pomorze. It is enhabited by Kashubs, who have their own regional language. The region of Kaszuby extends from the Baltic Sea to the Read More »

Attractions in Stary Sacz

Stary Sacz is a town located in the malopolskie region. The first historical mention about this town originated from 1257, when prince Boleslaw Wstydliwy gave the land of Sacz to princesds Kinga Read More »

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