This Warsaw’s most recognizable and famous building is located in the very centre of the city, on a square biggest in Europe.

The skyscraper was constructed as a gift from the Russian people to Poland. The idea of constructing such a building was made by Josef Stalin, and the Palace of Culture and Science was built by over 3.5 thousands workers and soviet engineers. 

The building was originally known as the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science. The name was changed during Poland’s transition to democracy. Stalin’s statutes and communist artwork were also removed during this time.

When it was built, the Palace was the second building in Europe as far as its height. The building is also one of the world’s tallest clock towers. The Palace is home to the biggest in Poland conference hall for 3000 people and its terrace on the 30th floor is a well-known tourists attraction with a panoramic view over the city. 

Moszna Castle is a historic castle, one of the most magnificent castles in the world.

located in a small village of Moszna, in Southwestern Poland. The castle in Moszna was raised in the mid-17th century, but its present form is a result of the invention of a Prussina magnate from the late 19th century. Even though the castle was originally designed in a Baroque style, one of the castle wing is Neogothic in style and the other is Neo-Renaissance.

The Moszna Castle, is a gigantic dreamlike structure over 8400 square yards and resembles those magical places, that feature in fairy tales and Disney films. The castle structure amazes with its architecture and scale. It has 365 rooms and 99 towers. Part of the rooms were turned into hotel and spa, so you can experience a stay in the castle. The park surrounding, packed with gorgeous azaleas, rhododendrons and oak trees, is one of the oldest establishments in the region of Poland, Silesia.

Zamosc known as ‘a pearl of the Renaissance’, dates back to the 16th century.

It combines Italian and central Europe architectural traditions and its Renaissance character has been preserved until today. It’s cathedral, ranks among the most outstanding accomplishments of late Renaissance architecture. The Renaissance town layout has been maintained and the bastion fortifications surrounded town is a distinctive Renaissance type. The majority of buildings are tenements, which are also an example of Renaissance period.

Karpacz, a typical Polish mountain town is situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Western Sudetes.

It is known as the Pearl of Polish Giant Karkonosze Mountains, with a tradition dating back to the 17th century.  

This remarkable town is the most popular mountain holiday resorts in Poland. In winter, perfect for skiing and other winter sports. The rest of the year tourists can spend on mountain and forest walking.

The must to see attraction is the unique 13th century Lutheran Wang Chapel, which was originally built in a Norwegian village Vang and then transferred to Karpacz. Beautiful scenery, including lakes, waterfall, forests and rock formations make the town a perfect destination to relax from city bustle life.

Poznan is an extraordinary city, filled with unique places and attractions.

It is famous for its pretty Town Hall, which is home for two billy goats, which at noon butting each other on the tower. It’s medieval town centre is filled with charming restaurants and bars. In Poznan, you can try one of the most famous Polish pastries, St Martin’s croissant. Europe’s most beautiful shopping centre is also located there, and it is a commerce and arts centre, which will allow you to enjoy your stay in Poznan to the fullest. Rowing competitions on Lake Malta play an significant role in Poznan’s history.
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Torun is one of the oldest and charming cities in Poland.

City is located on the both banks of the Vistula River, at a site of intersection of ancient trade routes. Its medieval gothic town character, with a wide range of architectural masterpieces had a significant influence on the Eastern Europes urbanisation process in the 13th and 14th centuries. The Old Town of the New Town of Torun, combined with a castle was an unique medieval settlement agglomeration which has been greatly preserved and untouched until today.

The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most-visited landmarks in Poland, dating back to the 13th century.

It is recognised as one of the most unique sights in Europe and is listed on UNESCO heritage site. The Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines are one of the most important cultural monuments in Poland. They remained in operation until 2007 and they have earned a recognition as one of the oldest salt mines in the world. They have also been a business project, with one of the longest history in Poland.The salt mines are famous for chapels cut of the salt with altars and statues. They represent testimony of miners tradition to carve sculptures out of the nature rock. Their collection of mining tools, prove mining technology evolution.

The most outstanding Polish composer and pianist.

Recognised as the most natural composer for the piano who ever lived. He composed primarily short works and his finest work is his ‘Ballade No.1’ in g minor. His great name and achievements are cultivated at the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw. The museum has two branches: Birthplace of Frederic Chopin, at Zelazowa Wola and Chopin Family Parlor, on Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Warsaw. The other places, that played an important role in Frederick Choipn life are: Zelozowa Wola, his birthplace, Brochow, a place where Chopin was baptized and where his parents got married and Sanniki, the place where Chopin spent his holidays. 

 

Masuria and the Masurian Lake District are known in Polish as Kraina Tysiąca Jezior and in German as Land der Tausend Seen, meaning “land of a thousand lakes.”

Mazury lake district, located in north east Poland, is a land of thousand lakes, surrounded by forests and meadows. Perfect for those who love water and water sports, swimming, kayaking, sailing and fishing. Full of nature beauty, wildlife and space to explore. A peaceful holiday destination, where you can swim through silky-smooth water, enjoy a walk in forest or just relax with good wine and food.
The most popular tourist resorts include Wegorzewo, Olecko, Mragowo, Gizycko, Mikolajki and Ruciane Nida, most of them interconnected via canals and lakes.