Poland: primeval beauty
A rich history, architectural and historical monuments, and at the same time, untouched nature, attracts experienced travellers to Poland. Here, you can see how Europe looked before the appearance of cities. You can discover, in their pristine forms, the mountains of Tatra and Bieszczady, Augustów, the forests of Białowieża and Knyshinsky, and the Masurian Lake District. Such unspoiled nature could never be turned into a typical place of interest of this country.
The map of tourist cities in Poland is not so large, but every locality is full of its own popular places. Most guests visit Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Poznan, Lublin and Wroclaw. But no educational trip would be complete without studying the sorrowful pages in the history of Poland and visiting the historic site of Auschwitz, where the Nazi concentration camp was located. Your guide to the country will be sure to offer a detailed introduction to the history of the heroic struggle of the Polish people for their national liberation. A lot of monuments, museums and memorials are dedicated to this subject.
Also in Poland it is worth taking a stroll through Warsaw's Old Town, visit the Wawel Castle on the top of the hill, the Royal Castle, the 13th century Main Market, Łazienki Park and Ojców National Park with its magnificent landscapes. From transport to travel around the country, it's better to choose buses and high-speed trains.
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