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Poland

Poland Destinations Travel Guide

 

 

 

Language: Polish

Currency: Zloty (PLN)

Calling Code: 48

 

 

 

Travel Destinations in Poland

 

Białowieża National Park

 

Bialowieza National Park is one of the last places in Europe where you can see large population of surviving European bison.

Biebrza National Park

 

Biebrza National Park is a nature reserve in Podlaskie Voivodeship in North- East Poland. It covers a biosphere of wetlands and marches along a Biebrza river.

Cracow

 

Cracow is one of the largest Polish town that played an important role in Polish history.

Dunajec River Gorge

 

Dunajec River Gorge is a picturesque valley in the Pieniny Mountains in Cracow District.

Łazienki Palace

 

Lublin

 

Historic Polish town of Lublin is one of the largest and most beautiful cities in Poland.

Niedzica Castle

 

Niedzica Castle is a historic medieval fortress in Nowy Targ County. It was constructed in 1320- 26 on a rock cliff overlooking Czorsztyn Lake.

Paradise Cave

 

Impressive natural geological formation known as a Paradise Cave was inhabited by first human hunters since prehistoric times.

Pieskowa Skala Castle

 

Pieskowa Skala Castle is a former royal residence constructed for Casimir the Grea in the 14th century. It stands on a strategic Pieskowa Cliff.

Słowiński National Park

 

Słowiński National Park is a nature reserve situated in Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland. It covers an area of 186 sq km

 

Tenczyn Castle

 

Tenczyn Castle or Teczynski  Castle is a medieval citadel situated in a village Rudno, Kraków County in Poland. It was constructed in 1319 by a Polish aristocratic Tęczyński family.

Treblinka

Treblinka Extermination Camp in modern day Poland is one of the most famous and largest concentration camps in the Third Reich.

Warsaw 

 

Warsaw is the largest city in Poland with a population of 1.7 million. It is also the capital of the country.

Wieliczka Salt Mine

 

Wieliczka Salt Mine is famous for its giant halls, passageways and a Christian chapel that were cut in the ancient salt deposits.

Wilanów Palace

 

Wilanow Palace is a former royal residence situated on the South- East outskirts of Warsaw. It is surrounded by a vast beautiful Wilanow Park.

Wolf's Lair

Wolf's Lair is an abandoned military headquarters for the high command of the Third Reich. It is one of the most famous of Fuhrer headquarters.

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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