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 ]

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 ]

Tourist guide to the Masurian Lakes

Tourist guide to the Masurian Lakes

A cruise on Masurian Lakes is a good idea both for those accustomed to such trips and both for those who are for the first time the guests of a boat. We present you a tourist guide to the Masurian Lakes, more exactly some useful information for a boat trip on the lake. You might think that this might not be the best idea, but please read our arguments before you decide. First of all, the scenery is amazing. Wherever you go, the scenery alternates from natural forests where you can stop fo... [ read more ]

Beautiful Parks and Forests in the City of Lodz

Beautiful Parks and Forests in the City of Lodz

If we speak of Poland as a tourist destination, most of the people think of the possibility to travel to Krakow or Warsaw. This large country offers a lot of other wonderful places. Such a gem is the city of Lodz and it’s the surroundings. Lodz is one of the biggest towns in Poland, but has lots of green places in the town and in its surroundings where you can relax of explore the beauties of nature. We are going to present you the beautiful parks and forests in the city of Lodz. ... [ read more ]

Amazing Things to See in Poland

Amazing Things to See in Poland

The first would be the Crooked Forest in Nowe Czarnowo that is in the West Pomerania of Poland. Nowe Czarnowo is basically a village within the Gryfino County. It is pretty close to the German border, south of Szczecin. For some reason, there exist a grove of very strangely shaped pine trees just outside this village area. It was believed that they were planted around 1930. Some even think these four hundred pine trees were planted by some special technique to create the ninety degree horizo... [ read more ]

Hel Peninsula in Poland

Hel Peninsula in Poland

Of 34 Kilometers, Hel was the center of the herring trade in the 12th century. The Hel city at the tip of the Hel Peninsula leads you to Pucka Bay and Baltic Sea which are on both its sides. This place has beautiful beaches, where you can rest your toes in soft sands that feels like silk and you can run along the shores where pretty resorts are intermittently located. Many authors, artists, rich professionals come here for a short getaway between the times of WWI and WWII. Jurata has many va... [ read more ]

The Bledow Desert in Poland

The Bledow Desert in Poland

There is an area of 32 square kilometers of sands in the Bledow Desert in Poland. It can also be found in the Klucze village. It is in the Silesian Highlands in the Silesian Voivodeship. Despite only 32 square kilometers, it is still the largest in Central Europe. All thanks to the melting glacier thousands of years ago. From the Middle Ages, 40 meters thick of sand layer, nowadays, there are even occurrence of mirages. Silesian Culture and Recreation Park In this large park of up to 620 h... [ read more ]

The Polish Port City, Elblag

The Polish Port City, Elblag

Check out this medium-sized port city that is inhabited with only 126 thousand people. Elblag is in the Northern Poland belonging to the Warmińsko-Mazurskie voivodeship. The people here live on this city that lies on the Elblag River. This 14.5 kilometer river connects to Lake Druzno and the Vistula Lagoon. Infact, Lake Druzno is not deep to qualify as a lake. Jagielloński and Elblaski Channels as well as some other lakes are in vicinity. So if you like lakes and nature, this might be a go... [ read more ]