Holiday Guide to Poland

Holiday Guide to Poland

If you want to visit Poland, but you don’t know many things about it, our holiday guide to Poland will help you. The Republic of Poland is located in Central Europe and has direct access to the Baltic Sea. Warsaw is the capital and the national currency is the zloty. The neighbors of Poland are Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, the Baltic sea and Russia (Russian enclave of Kaliningrad). The climate in Poland is temperate, with cold winters, misty and... [ 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 ]

Tourist guide to Zamosc

Tourist guide to Zamosc

Zamosc is a unique city, built in a meticulous manner and full of symbols. Since its origins, heralded a modern conception, namely that a city can be considered a true body built after the human model. According to this theory, it is said that the founder and architect planned the positioning of buildings in the city to imitate the human plane: the Palace is the "head", the city college academy symbolizes the "lungs", the city hall is the "heart" and the spine is the famous main street of th... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Warsaw

Tourist guide to Warsaw

The capital of Poland is "a phoenix reborn from the ashes of war". Warsaw was often occupied by Swedish, Prussians and Russians, still preserving the relics of the wars in form of tourist attractions. The Vistula River - one of the city's attractions – splits Warsaw into two areas: the left bank and right bank. The tourist part of the city is on the right bank of the Vistula, where you can visit the old town. The central square of the city is a place of relaxation and promenade, being s... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Torun

Tourist guide to Torun

Unfolding on the banks of the largest river in Poland, the city of Torun lies in the northern part of the country, being inscribed on the UNESCO Heritage list due to the many attractions and cultural sights it has. Torun received town privileges in 1233, therefore, it has a rich history that has left on its territory a lot of relics and monuments that reminds us of the past times. During the Second World War the city was almost entirely destroyed with the chasing of the Nazis from Poland.... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Gdansk

Tourist guide to Gdansk

The port city of Gdansk lies in the northern part of Poland opened to the Baltic Sea. Gdansk was recognized as a city since 1263 and has a rich history that has left behind a great number of important monuments and relics. It is for stretching from the mouth of the river Mottawa, this being an arm of the unique delta formed by the Vistula River flowing into the sea, until to the Polish capital, Warsaw. Gdansk is an important tourist center, visited by thousands of tourists every year. Thi... [ read more ]

The Krakowska Gate and the Grodzka Gate in Lublin

The Krakowska Gate and the Grodzka Gate in Lublin

As an architectural symbol of Lublin, the Krakowska Gate along the Grodzka Gate, is one of the two original gates of the city, built in the XIV century and rebuilt in Gothic style in the Baroque period. It connects the old city center and the south of the city, considered to be one of the most elegant element of the Old Town, and a favorite entering place of royal and parlamental people. Known as the "Gate of the Jews", as it functioned as a passageway that connects the old town and Jewis... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Lublin

Tourist guide to Lublin

The city of Lublin is one of the largest Polish cultural and urban tourist centers. The first settlements in this area date back to the early medieval period, and due to its  positioning at the border of Poland, the city had an important role in defense, so today we can visit a large number of fortresses and high walls from the medieval times. Due to its position the city was also the target of attacks of the migratory troops during history, gaining the official status of town only in 1317.... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Krakow

Tourist guide to Krakow

Krakow is one of the oldest and largest cities of Poland and it is located in the south of the country and is crossed by the Vistula River. The name of the city is derived from the name of its legendary founder, Krak. Krakow is the former residence of the Polish kings and has a history of almost a millennium, it is considered the cultural, artistic and scientific heart of Poland. The historic center of the city lies on the banks of the Vistula and was inscribed in the UNESCO World Cultura... [ read more ]

5 things you should know about the geography of Poland

5 things you should know about the geography of Poland

Poland is a country with more and more visitors, but many people know very little about it. Poland has an area of ​​312,685 square kilometers and is located in Central Europe with direct access to the Baltic Sea. It has borders with Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east and Lithuania, the Baltic Sea and Russia to the north. Below we present you 5  things you should know about the geography of Poland including the topography... [ read more ]