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Łódź. The most popular place in Łódź is the main street - Piotrkowska. It's one of the longest streets in Poland and trading alleys in Europe. There are many museums, historic cemeteries and interesting examples of industrial architecture in Łódź. The city is modern and colorful / Tomasz Stańczak / Agencja Gazeta

Łódź. The most popular place in Łódź is the main street - Piotrkowska. It's one of the longest streets in Poland and trading alleys in Europe. There are many museums, historic cemeteries and interesting examples of industrial architecture in Łódź. The city is modern and colorful / Tomasz Stańczak / Agencja Gazeta

Malbork. Leaving the coast, you can continue inland to Malbork, where famous gothic castle is situated. The huge, impressive conctruction was built by Teutonic Knights in 13th century. The castle was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. See the pictures! / Shutterstock

Malbork. Leaving the coast, you can continue inland to Malbork, where famous gothic castle is situated. The huge, impressive conctruction was built by Teutonic Knights in 13th century. The castle was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. See the pictures! / Shutterstock

Wrocław is the capital of Lower Silesia. The city is one of the biggest and the most beautiful in Poland. It is famous for amazing Market Square, labyrinths of picturesque alleys and colorful houses in the Old Town. The most impressive structure in the city is the palace-like University building and the magnificent Centennial Hall. Magical Wrocław is often referred to as "Venice of the North" because of hundreds of bridges and footbridges built over the Odra river / Shutterstock

Wrocław is the capital of Lower Silesia. The city is one of the biggest and the most beautiful in Poland. It is famous for amazing Market Square, labyrinths of picturesque alleys and colorful houses in the Old Town. The most impressive structure in the city is the palace-like University building and the magnificent Centennial Hall. Magical Wrocław is often referred to as "Venice of the North" because of hundreds of bridges and footbridges built over the Odra river / Shutterstock

Białowieża Forest is the last patch of primeval woods that once extended across the European lowlands. Today it attracts thousands of visitors, nature lovers, mushroom pickers, anglers and cyclists / Shutterstock

Białowieża Forest is the last patch of primeval woods that once extended across the European lowlands. Today it attracts thousands of visitors, nature lovers, mushroom pickers, anglers and cyclists / Shutterstock

Bieszczady Mountains belong to the Carpathian Mountains range. Bieszczady occupy parts of Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine. The highest peak in Poland is Tarnica (1350 m). Bieszczady are famous for wide meadows and grassy alms where unique animals can be found, such as bears, wolves, lynx and wild cats. The Bieszczady National Park is a part of UNESCO East Carpathian Biosphere Reserve since 1992. An important element of the landscape are the remnants of Lemkos and Boyko settlements.

Bieszczady Mountains belong to the Carpathian Mountains range. Bieszczady occupy parts of Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine. The highest peak in Poland is Tarnica (1350 m). Bieszczady are famous for wide meadows and grassy alms where unique animals can be found, such as bears, wolves, lynx and wild cats. The Bieszczady National Park is a part of UNESCO East Carpathian Biosphere Reserve since 1992. An important element of the landscape are the remnants of Lemkos and Boyko settlements.

Pieniny mountain range is a part of the Carpathians. Its limestone peaks, which were thrust up millions of years ago, are lower than Tatras, but equally lofty and majestic, their vertical walls rising above steep, wooded slopes and the spectacular Dunajec Gorge. The area is criss-crossed with a dense network of hiking trails with a variety of viewpoints from which to enjoy the magnificent landscapes / Shutterstock

Pieniny mountain range is a part of the Carpathians. Its limestone peaks, which were thrust up millions of years ago, are lower than Tatras, but equally lofty and majestic, their vertical walls rising above steep, wooded slopes and the spectacular Dunajec Gorge. The area is criss-crossed with a dense network of hiking trails with a variety of viewpoints from which to enjoy the magnificent landscapes / Shutterstock

The Baltic Sea is a shallow sea with numerous bays and islands. It is connected with the North Sea in the west. Mostly it is surrounded by land, very much like the Mediterranean Sea. The biggest harbor of the Baltic Sea is Sankt Petersburg and the biggest one in Poland is Gdańsk. Polish coastline spreads over 440 km. In total the coast is some 8 thousand km long / Iwona Burdzanowska / Agencja Gazeta

The Baltic Sea is a shallow sea with numerous bays and islands. It is connected with the North Sea in the west. Mostly it is surrounded by land, very much like the Mediterranean Sea. The biggest harbor of the Baltic Sea is Sankt Petersburg and the biggest one in Poland is Gdańsk. Polish coastline spreads over 440 km. In total the coast is some 8 thousand km long / Iwona Burdzanowska / Agencja Gazeta

Białowieża Forest is the last patch of primeval woods that once extended across the European lowlands. Today it attracts thousands of visitors, nature lovers, mushroom pickers, anglers and cyclists / Shutterstock

Białowieża Forest is the last patch of primeval woods that once extended across the European lowlands. Today it attracts thousands of visitors, nature lovers, mushroom pickers, anglers and cyclists / Shutterstock

Gdańsk is a city of almost a half-milion population. It is situated by the Baltic Sea. The city is modern and rapidly developing, but at the same time charming and quiet because of an amazing Old Town, historical houses by Motława river and wide, urban beaches. Gdańsk has the biggest harbor in Poland. It's a part of the Tri-city (Gdańsk - Sopot - Gdynia) area. There are many wonderful areas around Gdańsk like the Hel Peninsula or Masurian Lake District.

Gdańsk is a city of almost a half-milion population. It is situated by the Baltic Sea. The city is modern and rapidly developing, but at the same time charming and quiet because of an amazing Old Town, historical houses by Motława river and wide, urban beaches. Gdańsk has the biggest harbor in Poland. It's a part of the Tri-city (Gdańsk - Sopot - Gdynia) area. There are many wonderful areas around Gdańsk like the Hel Peninsula or Masurian Lake District.

Warsaw is a city of contrasts. In the capital reconstructed after the second world war, new and modern buildings grow tall among historical houses and palaces / Shutterstock

Warsaw is a city of contrasts. In the capital reconstructed after the second world war, new and modern buildings grow tall among historical houses and palaces / Shutterstock

Warsaw is a city of contrasts. In the capital reconstructed after the second world war, new and modern buildings grow tall among historical houses and palaces / Wojciech Surdziel / Agencja Gazeta

Warsaw is a city of contrasts. In the capital reconstructed after the second world war, new and modern buildings grow tall among historical houses and palaces / Wojciech Surdziel / Agencja Gazeta

Masuria. Masurian Lakes are a wonder of nature indeed. The Lakeland of 4 thousand lakes is located in the north east Poland. The two biggest lakes are Śniardwy and Mamry. Despite the coldest climate in the country, Masurian Lakes are a paradise for sailors. Folk culture lovers will be pleased to discover rustic houses and a trail of old evengelic churches. In 2011 the Masurian Lakes District was a nominee in the world famous plebiscite for "new 7 wonders of nature"

Masuria. Masurian Lakes are a wonder of nature indeed. The Lakeland of 4 thousand lakes is located in the north east Poland. The two biggest lakes are Śniardwy and Mamry. Despite the coldest climate in the country, Masurian Lakes are a paradise for sailors. Folk culture lovers will be pleased to discover rustic houses and a trail of old evengelic churches. In 2011 the Masurian Lakes District was a nominee in the world famous plebiscite for "new 7 wonders of nature"

Warsaw is a city of contrasts. In the capital reconstructed after the second world war, new and modern buildings grow tall among historical houses and palaces / Filip Klimaszewski / Agencja Gazeta

Warsaw is a city of contrasts. In the capital reconstructed after the second world war, new and modern buildings grow tall among historical houses and palaces / Filip Klimaszewski / Agencja Gazeta

Tatra Mountains are the most popular range of Polish Carpathians. Tatras occupy a part of Poland and Slovakia. The highest peak in Poland is Rysy (2500 m). The High Tatras are more dangerous than the West Tatras which are lower. The heart of the Tatras and Podhale region is Zakopane city / Marek Podmokły / Agencja Gazeta

Tatra Mountains are the most popular range of Polish Carpathians. Tatras occupy a part of Poland and Slovakia. The highest peak in Poland is Rysy (2500 m). The High Tatras are more dangerous than the West Tatras which are lower. The heart of the Tatras and Podhale region is Zakopane city / Marek Podmokły / Agencja Gazeta

Biebrza National Park. The riverbed of Biebrza is 165 km long. It is a part of the Narew river. Biebrza creates a picturesque landscape with many bays, pools and bogs. Plenty of rare animals house here, especially birds - storks, swans, ruffs. By the river you will also meet elks, ermines or wild cats. Biebrza National Park is a real treasure of the north-east Poland! / Przemyslaw Skrzydlo / Agencja Gazeta

Biebrza National Park. The riverbed of Biebrza is 165 km long. It is a part of the Narew river. Biebrza creates a picturesque landscape with many bays, pools and bogs. Plenty of rare animals house here, especially birds - storks, swans, ruffs. By the river you will also meet elks, ermines or wild cats. Biebrza National Park is a real treasure of the north-east Poland! / Przemyslaw Skrzydlo / Agencja Gazeta

Poznań is the capital of Wielkopolska region. Modern and rapidly developing, Poznań is located by the Warta river. There are a lot of quiet nooks and parks that make the city very friendly. Poznań is famous chiefly for two little mechanical fighting goats which occupy the Town Hall tower. Every day, as the city clock strikes noon, the goats clatter each other with horns, providing entertainment to children and adults / Shutterstock

Poznań is the capital of Wielkopolska region. Modern and rapidly developing, Poznań is located by the Warta river. There are a lot of quiet nooks and parks that make the city very friendly. Poznań is famous chiefly for two little mechanical fighting goats which occupy the Town Hall tower. Every day, as the city clock strikes noon, the goats clatter each other with horns, providing entertainment to children and adults / Shutterstock


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