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Best places to visit in Polnd during winter

Poland is a country with lots of fascinating attractions for any time of year. There are plenty of sights to admire and things to do here in both summer and winter. In the summer, crowds of tourists travel to the Baltic Sea, Mazury, and the Read More »

Carpathian Wine Trail

This is one of the showpieces of the Carpathian Province. This trail consists of 29 vineyards from Poland and Slovakia. The Carpathian Wine Trail is like a historic trade route, the same as the amber or silk route. This project includes not only Read More »

Best Hotels in Zakopane

Zakopane is an extremely popular tourist destination in Poland, especially among fans of skiing and those, who enjoy hiking in the mountains, or are searching for a good place to get some rest from the crowded city. This city has lots of Read More »

Roztocze Wine Trail

Despite the fact that Roztocze Vineyard Trail is not that big, there are many attractions close to the vineyards, which tourists can visit during their stay there. The trail currently includes 5 vineyards. However, due to favorable soil Read More »

Sandomierski Wine Trail

Grapevines in the Sandomierz region have been successfully cultivated since the 13th century. Wine from the local regions is exported to other places in the world. However, the thing that attracts wine lovers the most is ,,Sandomierski Wine Read More »

Interesting Places in Poland associated with John Paul II

There are many famous Polish people that are instantly recognizable by most people when they hear their names. One of the most significant and beloved of such historical figures was John Paul II – the Polish pope. Ever since he was chosen for Read More »

Lubuski Wine and Honey Trail

This project aims to show the amazing values of the Lubuskie Voivodeship. It shows works in the field of culture and art, protects national heritage and provides a wide group of Polish and foreign tourists with information on the flagship Read More »

Thermal Baths in Zakopane and surroundings

There are plenty of interesting things to do and see in Zakopane, both in summer and winter. One of the most pleasant and relaxing ways to spend your vacation in Zakopane and its surroundings is a trip to the thermal baths. There are many Read More »

Less known attractions in Lowe Silesia

Lower Silesia is one of the most fascinating regions of Poland. It attracts crowds of tourists every year with its countless attractions. Most people are familiar with the most famous attractions, such as the Raclawica Panorama in Wroclaw and Read More »

Cycling Routes in Lowe Silesia

The Lower Silesia is one of the most interesting and popular regions in Poland. It offers plenty of attractions, including historical castles and monuments, mysterious caves full of fascinating secrets and stunning landscapes in places like the Read More »

Cross Country Skiing Routes in Poland

Even though Poland is a country with beautiful sights of historical monuments and unique natural wonders, that are eyepleasing in the summer, admiring them in the winter is a completely different story. The sights of snow-capped mountains forest Read More »

The Best Cycling Routs in Malopolska (Lesser Poland)

Because of its geographic and natural diversity, Lesser Poland has been increasing in popularity among cyclists in recent years. This region is full of excellent cycling routes, each of which offers countless interesting attractions, including Read More »

Visiting Bochnia Salt Mine

The Bochnia salt mine is an inactive salt mine located in the village of Bochnia, in the malopolskie region. It is the oldest salt mine in Poland, which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2013. The origins of the Bochnia salt mine Read More »

Visiting Zalipie – the painted village

Zalipie is a small village located not far from Tarnow, in the malopolskie region. It is situated roughly 80 kilometers to the north-east from Krakow. You can get there in about 1.5 hours. Zalipie is sometimes called the „painted village” Read More »

Cycling in Krakow

Anyone, who enjoys cycling, knows that riding a bike is one of the most delightful ways of moving around the city. It is a very pleasant way to discover interesting places and get some exercise. Not to mention, it is also much cheaper and Read More »

The Lesser Poland (Malopolska) Wine Trail

Do you know that Lesser Poland is one of the regions, where the wine industry growing thefastest? Although Polish wineries are mainly associated with the regions of Zielona Gora, we can observe that Lesser Poland has the greatest number of Read More »

What to see in Bialystok Old Town

Bialystok is the capital of the podlaskie region, located in north-east Poland. It is famous for its multicultural folklore and one of the oldest pupper theatres in Poland with entertaining shows, not only for children. You can also enjoy the Read More »

Hiking Trails in the Tatra Mountains

Hiking is one of the most popular activities for many tourists coming to the Tatra Mountains. No matter if you’re an experienced mountaineer or you’re only taking your first steps in hiking, in the Tatra Mountains there are trails for pretty Read More »

Enotourism and Wine Trail in Poland

History of winemaking in Poland The history of Polish winemaking is dated over 1000 years, moreover it was known to the first Piasts. First region, where its development has been observed are environs of Krakow. Grapevine in this area was Read More »

What to see in the Old Town of Gdansk

The Old Town of Gdansk is located in the northern part of the Srodmiescie district. It is the oldest area of the city, surrounded by the Aniolki and Mlyniska districts. The Old Town of Gdansk has plenty of interesting attractions and monuments Read More »

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