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Our country is more than a thousand years old and Poland's past is all around you when you visit us. A country with great culture, it the birth place of Copernicus, Chopin and Madame Curie. When you visit our old towns and villages you will see mediaeval castles and wealthy merchant houses. Old churches, Jewish synagogues, visiting Poland is like walking through history. We are proud of our lovely cities like Krakow, Gdansk and Wroclaw. Away from the big cities, Poland is virtually untouched and unspoiled. We still have European bison, wolves, wild boar and extraordinary bird life. It is a great country for trekking and adventure travel.

Further down the page: Read about our company * Travel facts Poland. There is also a map of our country and our latest Polish travel news.

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Travel facts Poland

Currency Zloty
Language Polish
Local time GMT (London) + 1.00hours
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Centuries of a port city have left their mark on Gdansk and created an atmosphere created by the people who shaped the city. Wealthy merchant houses, cobbled street and red-brick churches, this is a city well worth a visit.

The former country's capital is one of the top tourist attractions in Europe. Most of the city guests are captivated by its magical atmosphere and the splendid architecture. In Krakow you can see mediaeval cathedrals, the Renaissance castle, Baroque churches, the Art Nouveau theatre and many other monuments. However old and beautiful it is, do not think that Krakow is limited to the monuments and museums. Thanks to an amazing density and variety of bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants, Krakow sparkles with life, especially during warm seasons.

Masurian Lakes
Picturesque land of reputedly 3,000 lakes. For sailing fans, fishermen, hikers, cyclists and those who seek tranquillity, the Masuria is the number one holiday destination. Apart from the water sports and wandering around, you may explore a multitude of historical places. There are castles in Reszel, Nidzica and Gizycko, the amazing Baroque church in Swieta Lipka and the Hitler's wartime headquarters in the forests near Ketrzyn.

Tatra mountains
The highest mountain range between the Alps and the Caucasus. Rocky peaks covered with all-year snow, sharp ridges, picturesque ponds, waterfalls and valleys make this place supposedly the most spectacular in Poland.About 250 km of trails and a wide range of slopes would satisfy the most demanding hikers and skiers. A stay in Zakopane town at the foot of the mountains is recommended to those who love admiring beautiful landscapes and original folk culture.

Torun is the birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus. In the Middle Ages it was a prominent trade centre as a member of the Hanseatic League. In Poland Torun is called 'Krakow of the North'.Toruń is the most Gothic urban complex in Poland, one of the most important and crowded tourist centres of unique value in the state, right after Krakow the second richest of original and best preserved historical monuments city in Poland.

It's amazing how after such a short period of time, a city can recover with grace, beauty and modernity.Many old communist buildings gave way to modern sky scrapers, and the dilapidating old town was restored. entertainment and services transformed to match that of other western capitals.

Wroclaw Poland, the capital of Lower Silesia, is rapidly catching the attention of tourists and businessmen alike. Its perch upon the Odra river and the veritable maze of islands and bridges that make up the city have gained it the title of the "Venice of Poland".