Symbols of indestructibility in Poland

Symbols of indestructibility in Poland

Poland, officially the Republic of Poland is positioned in Central Europe and is bordered by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, Lithuania, Russia and the Baltic Sea to the north. The state has maritime borders with Denmark and Sweden. The UNESCO World Heritage list includes old historical centers in Krakow, Warsaw, Zamosc, Torun, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, Zebrydowska pilgrimage area, Cente... [ read more ]

Top 5 free attractions in Warsaw

Top 5 free attractions in Warsaw

The vast majority of the Poles give you the impression that Warsaw is a very ugly city, all praising Krakow and other cities. Almost all of them hate the Palace of Culture, a tall building, built in Gothic Stalinist style, a copy of "The Seven Sisters of Moscow". But if you have a chance to visit the city of Warsaw, you can see that is not that bad as they say, on the contrary, it is a really nice city. It has an old town completely rebuilt after being smashed during the war, that deserve... [ read more ]

The most beautiful recreational places in Poland

The most beautiful recreational places in Poland

The capital of Poland is one of the greenest cities in Europe, with many large and well maintained parks. One of the most famous are the Saxon Gardens. Let’s see some other beautiful recreation places in Poland. If you like to walk between a historical buildings surrounded by amazing nature, the park in the heart of the Jura Mountains is the perfect place for you. Czestochawa with the Jasna Gora Monastery is the most visited pilgrimage site in Central and Eastern Europe from the beginni... [ read more ]

The most beautiful castles and palaces in Poland

The most beautiful castles and palaces in Poland

The Wilanow Palace is known as the Polish Versailles and it is one of the most spectacular palaces in Poland. The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw was inaugurated in 1995 and was a gift from the Soviet Union to the city. Royal Castle in Warsaw, called Zamek Królewski in Polish, was the residence of Polish kings since the fourteenth century, and then the parliament building. The Malbork Castle was built by the Teutonic Knights as a place of rest. In free translation the name of the... [ read more ]

City centers that must be visited in Poland

City centers that must be visited in Poland

Poland is a country with a unique beauty that can be admired both in old cities and the wild scenery of national parks and nature reserves. The central part of the country is divided in two. The northern part has low lands and the southern part is dominated by high lands. These high lands include the famous Krakow- Wielum limestone, beautiful caves and spectacular medieval castles. The southern area of the country is dominated by the Carpathians and Tatra, which offers a beautiful natural sc... [ read more ]

3 tours of the tourist attractions in Krakow

3 tours of the tourist attractions in Krakow

A place of death permeated by history, luxurious castles of the monarchs of past centuries, Gothic churches and the native land of the most loved Pope, this is how the turism of Poland looks like. We invite you to take a historical and cultural tour in a less promoted country, where romance blends with grim memories of the past. In Poland you can visit many interesting places such as the cultural city Wroclaw, different mountain resorts, the Gothic Malbork castle, the famous Lazienki Park... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to a diversified tour of Poland

Tourist guide to a diversified tour of Poland

Poland has managed over the centuries to remain an independent country  without problems, the visitors discovering a land full of culture, breathtaking landscapes and places full of history. Whether you want to explore vibrant cities or deserted and mysterious forests, you have plenty of choice. You can even go and shudder at Auschwitz -Birkenau, where it was built a museum dedicated to those who died in concentration camps. Our tourist guide will offer you 7 places for a diversified tou... [ read more ]

Zalipie, the village with painted cottages

Zalipie, the village with painted cottages

Homeowners around the world are painting, decorating their homes, but there is hardly a village as beautifully painted as the Polish Zalipie. In the southern part of Poland, at east from Krakow lies this fairy tale village with 20 cottages painted with flowers and folk motifs. In the secluded village the painting of houses is a tradition for centuries. The local women paint their houses, but not with only one color, but very varied floral motifs. And not only the inner wall of the house, ... [ read more ]

The City Hall and the Old Lublin Gate in Zamosc

The City Hall and the Old Lublin Gate in Zamosc

One of the main attractions of the city of Zamosc is represented by the building that houses the City Hall, located in the north of the Great Market, and not in its center as most of the city halls, this being the desire of the city's founder, Jan Zamojski, who did not want any view to overshadow his residence, the Zamojski Palace. In the north of the Krolowej Jadwigi Street, is one of the oldest gate of the three gates built by Jan Zamojski, which was part of the first fortifications mad... [ read more ]