Warsaw Old Town is cut by many picturesque lines. Many of tenement houses built by the streets were destroyed to the ground during II World War. Nowadays the buildings are reconstructed and the old, narrow lines look nicly again. See some of them.
The Neptun Fountain, Sopot pier and amazing cliffs in Gdynia - if you don't see it, you will never know what Tri-city is. Besides the most famous historic monuments which you must visit, Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia have a lot of untypical places worth seeing. Come with us to the night cinema on the beach or try to walk around the longest block of flats in Poland. See the gallery of the most amazing places in Tri-city!
Warmia is a delight for all lovers of adventures, Gothic castles and sports, summer and winter alike. It offers an attractive diversity of both tourist sights and landscapes, with large expanses of woods separating a lake belt in the south from quiet plains in the north.
You're wrong if you think that the only old thing in Poznań is the Rynek (the Old Market), or the famous Old Brewery (that's the Stary Browar). There are lots of places with old (in Polish - stary) in their names in Poznań.
Legends about powerful kings and beautiful long-haired princesses have a lot of charm. Medieval history lovers should definitely visit "The trail of the Eagles' Nests" in Cracow-Częstochowa Upland (south Poland). But if you're already in Poland, make sure you discover other castles and palaces. Many of them have been reconstructed and look absolutely amazing.
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
Gdynia is the youngest holiday resort of the Tri-city area. There are many restaurants and shops in the modern city center, plenty of nice beaches and wonderful cliffs in Orłowo district. The most interesting parts of the city are Kościuszko square, South Pier and the harbor.
A remarkable engineering achievement, the Ostróda-Elbląg Canal is one of the most scenic waterways in Europe. The canal is 159 km long, including several side branches. The most attractive section is Małdyty-Elbląg, with 5 slipways where boats are carried across dry land on rail-trolleys. It's an incredible experience.
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.
Both Norwegian churches "stavkirke" and wooden churches of the south Poland are the oldest complex of temples in Europe. Some of the churches situated in Małopolska and Podkarpacie regions were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2003.