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Zakopane lies in a big valley between the Tatra Mountains and Gubalowka Hill.
It is the most important Polish centre of mountaineering and skiing, and is
visited by about three million tourists annually. The most important alpine
skiing locations are Kasprowy Wierch, Nosal and Gubalowka Hill.
here for Zakopane hotels (new
View of the Market Square
Krakow lies in the southern part of Poland, on the Vistula River in a valley
at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, 219 meters above sea level, between
the Jurassic Rock Upland to the north and the Tatra Mountains 100 kilometers
to the south.
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Sample KRAKOW Summer Holiday Packages »
Carnival weekend in Krakow »
Benedictine Abbey and 2010 Music Programme in Tyniec/Krakow »
Krakow Attractions »
Warsaw, the capital and largest city of Poland.
Although today's Warsaw is a fairly young city, it has many tourist attractions. Apart from the Warsaw Old Town quarter, carefully reconstructed after World War II, each borough has something to offer. Among the most notable landmarks of the Old Town are the Royal Castle, King Sigismund's Column, Market Square, and the Barbican ... more »
Carnival weekend in Warsaw »
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Kolobrzeg today is a popular tourist destination for both Poles and the Germans.
It provides a unique combination of a seaside resort, health resort, an old
town full of historic monuments and tourist entertainment options (e.g. numerous
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Bieszczady National Park
Bieszczady is the third largest National Park in Poland. At its time of creation in 1973 it covered only 60 km sq. and protected only a small part of a precious wildlife area. Throughout the next 30 years it was enlarged four times. Today it occupies an area of 292 km sq. and extends over a large part of the Polish Bieszczady Mountains. In 1992 the Park became part of the UNESCO East Carpathian Biosphere Preserve.
Wildlife enthusiasts will love not only the beauty of the Bieszczady National Park but also the wonderful array of animals that call the park home. Such mammals as the wolf, Lynx, bear, along with other smaller animals like the beaver and wild boar are abundant. The park is also home to the biggest Polish population of Eskulap’s snake and is regarded as a paradise for bird lovers containing interesting bird specifies, including eagles and owls. Lastly we must not forget the rare European Bison. The park offers a beautiful forest with various paths for cross-country skiing, biking, along with the unique chance to venture off on Hucul horses with the many mountain horse trails that were developed for guest’s pleasure.
More about Bieszczady National Park and the range of possible activities here
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Oswiecim is a town in southern Poland with about 43,000 inhabitants, situated
some 50 km west of Krakow. The German name Auschwitz is still used when referring
to the Auschwitz concentration camp built there by Germany during World War II
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Wroclaw is the capital of the historical
region of Lower Silesia in southwestern
Poland, situated on the Oder River.
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View on Tatry from the village, photo from wikipedia (published under GNU Free Documentation License)
Bukowina Tatrzanska is a village in southern Poland, close to the border with Slovakia. It is located approx 14km north east of Zakopane and 8 km south of the regional capital Krakow.
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Poznan is a city in west-central
Poland. Located by the Warta River,
it is one of the oldest cities
in Poland, making it an important
historical centre and a vibrant
centre of trade, industry, and
education. Poznan is Poland's fifth
largest city and fourth biggest
industrial centre. It is also the
administrative capital of the Greater
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here for Poznan hotels
here for recommended Poznan restaurants
Wieliczka Salt Mines
Wieliczka is a town in southern Poland, located about 30 minutes drive from Krakow near the famous Salt Mines attraction.
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Krynica is famous for the 17th-century discovery of the curative properties of mineral springs. The health resort started operation in 1804 with Mały Domek (the Little House) housing the first baths. In 1807, Krynica was officially called a "Bath Spa" and since then the first doctor started receiving patients there.
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Bydgoszcz is an attractive city located in Northern Poland with a rich (over 660 years) history. The city’s ideal location and an international airport as well as good communications and dynamic development all result in a steady increase in the number of businesspeople and tourists coming to the city.
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Karpacz is a spa town and ski resort in Jelenia Góra County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, south-western Poland, and one of the most important centres for mountain hiking and skiing. Its population is about 5,000. Karpacz is situated in the Karkonosze mountains - a resort with increasing importance for tourism as an alternative to the Alps.
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Walking in our city and getting to know its history etched in the monuments will give you many magical moments and true emotions. Gdańsk is a pearl of bourgeois architecture, boasting beautiful houses and a unique market. It is a world of cozy streets and historical churches. These are also perfectly preserved fortifications, ranked among the biggest in Europe, and interesting harbour architecture.
If you enjoy spending your free time actively, our attractions are just what you are looking for. The choice is wide: picturesque cycling and walking paths, kilometres of beaches and one of Poland's largest zoos. Gdańsk is an active city for active people ... more are www.en.gdansk.gda.pl/tourists
Sopot Lighthouse, one of the city's landmarks
Sopot city lies between the larger cities of Gdańsk (to the south-east) and Gdynia (to the north), the three towns together making up the metropolitan agglomeration called Trójmiasto (Tri-City).
Sopot is a major health-spa and tourist resort destination. It has the longest wooden pier in Europe, at 515.5 meters, stretching out into the Bay of Gdańsk. The city is also famous for its Sopot International Song Festival, the largest such event in Europe after the Eurovision Song Contest. Among its other attractions is a fountain of bromide spring water, known as the "inhalation mushroom" ... more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sopot
Gdynia - a sunny, vigorous city ... the lucky ones greet our sunny city on board a tall ship or yacht entering the harbour at the crack of dawn. What the sailor can see then is the hills grown with beech and Swedish whitebeam, lit with the early sun; houses and lofty church steeples amid thick verdure, the cross at Kamienna Góra and the gleaming steel port cranes and ships. And high above, the newest architectural landmark of Gdynia: the Sea Towers - an apartment building with commercial and office premises, situated just by the seashore - two towers, 138 metres tall.
Gdynia is beautiful, comfortable and, according to scientists, the sunniest Polish city (1,671 hours of sunshine annually) ... more from www.gdynia.pl
Founded in the 13th century by the Teutonic Knights, the town is noted for its Gothic Marienburg Castle, one of the most striking in Europe. Malbork is a town in northern Poland in the Żuławy region. It is the capital of Malbork County.
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