The Royal Castle in Warsaw

The Royal Castle in Warsaw

The Royal Castle in Warsaw was the official residence of the Polish monarchs and today serves as a museum and is subordinated to the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. It is located in the Castle Square, at the entrance to the Old Town of Warsaw. The personal offices of the king and the administrative offices of the Royal Court of Poland were located there from the 16th century until the division of Poland. During its long history the Royal Castle was repeatedly devastated and ... [ read more ]

Top castles in Poland

Top castles in Poland

Poland has over than 100 castles. We would like to enlist the top castles in Poland and to present the Malbork Castle. The most remarkable castles were built by the Teutonic Knights and are located in the northeast of the country. Malbork is the largest medieval castle in Europe that has lasted until today. You should also visit the castles from Lidzbark Warmiński and Kwidzyn built by the same Teutonic Knights. The most important castles are the Wawel castle in Krakow and the Royal Castl... [ read more ]

The Wilanow Palace in Warsaw

The Wilanow Palace in Warsaw

The Wilanow Palace is a royal palace located in the Wilanow district of Warsaw. The palace survived the division of Poland and both world wars keeping its authentic historical qualities and becoming one of the most important monuments of the Polish culture The Wilanow Palace and the city park is not only a priceless testimony of the splendor of the past of Poland, but also a place of concerts and cultural events. Beginning with the year 2006 the palace is a member of the International Ass... [ read more ]

The Solidarity Museum of Communism in Gdansk

The Solidarity Museum of Communism in Gdansk

In all former communist countries are museums dedicated to this dark period that they experienced. In Poland there are even two museums of this kind, one in the capital city of Warsaw and another in the place where started the collapse of the communist parties in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, the harbor city of Gdansk. Today we want to present the Museum of Communism in Gdansk formerly known as the European Solidarity Center Roads to Freedom Exhibition. The Museum of Communism i... [ read more ]

The most important tourist attractions in Poland

The most important tourist attractions in Poland

Poland has managed over the centuries to remain an independent country without any problems. Its visitors will discover a land characterized by culture, breathtaking landscapes and places full of history. Whether you want to explore the vibrant cities or the empty and mysterious forests you have plenty of choices. We already presented many tourist destinations, but today we would like to briefly present some of the most important tourist attractions in Poland. The Wawel Castle ... [ read more ]

Top 10 tourist destinations in Poland

Top 10 tourist destinations in Poland

Located in central Europe, Poland has found its purpose as a holiday destination. The beauty of Poland can be admired in the old cities and also in the wild scenery of the national parks and nature reserves. There are many beautiful places in the country, but today we would like to present you a list of the top 10 tourist destinations in Poland. Obviously, this is a list based on a personal opinion, but we tried to gather different types of famous tourist attractions.   ... [ read more ]

Useful information for the visitors of Poland

Useful information for the visitors of Poland

Poland is situated in the center of the old continent and in the past few years has become a very popular  tourists destination. The beauty of this country can be admired in the old cities, in the nature reserves and national parks as well that can be found throughout the country. Its center is divided in the low lands found in the north and the high lands. In the south we meet the Tatras and the Carpathians, this being an ideal place for practicing different sports and learning more about ... [ read more ]

Visiting the city of Szczeczin in Poland

Visiting the city of Szczeczin in Poland

The city of Szczecin in Poland is the first largest Polish port on the Baltic Sea. The city is the capital of Western Pomerania. It is located in north-western part of Poland, on the banks of the River Oder, near the Baltic coast and the border with Germany. The western part of the town is known as the Left Bank and the eastern part the Right Bank. Between the two parts of the city is an archipelago of islands, many of them with port infrastructure. According to the historian... [ read more ]

Architectural tourist attractions in Gdansk

Architectural tourist attractions in Gdansk

Gdansk is located in northern Poland and is a city that has prospered and prosper thanks to its direct link with the sea. In Gdansk you will see a gigantic medieval port, a monument to shipyard workers who have lost their lives fighting for their rights and a lot of things connected to amber. You can live a pleasant sensation passing through the famous gates of the city and you can delight admiring works and objects exhibited in museums. The gateways are one of the most characteristic ... [ read more ]