Archives For Poland

Poland is located in central Europe. The country has 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Warsaw is the capital and the largest city in Poland. Krakow is the second largest city and was the capital from 1038 to 1596. Poland has a temperate climate and is rich in scenic landscapes and fine culture.

Attractions in Poland

Attractions in Poland

Here is a brief overview of some popular tourist attractions in Poland.

Old City of Zamosc

Malbork Castle, (Poland) – Travel Guide

This UNESCO World Heritage Site was founded in the 16th century. Modeled on the Italian theories of the “Ideal City”, it was built by the famous architect Bernando Morando. The city stands as an example of a 16th century Renaissance Town.

Market Square in Krakow

The main market square in the Old Town in Krakow is the largest medieval town square in Europe. Dating back to the 13th century, this market square is surrounded by many historical buildings.

Slowinski National Park 

This national park is well-known for its sand dunes. Located in northern Poland, this park is named after Slovincians who lived here once. Open air museum which exhibits Kluki artifacts is another attraction in this region.

Masurian Lakeland

This region comprises around 2,000 lakes, which are beautifully connected by a system of rivers and canals. You can choose either to take a boat of move around in a bicycle.

Centennial Hall

Located in Wroclaw, this historic building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can reach the building either by tram or by bus. It is open to the general public for a small entrance fee.

Bialowieza Forest

This forest is located along the border of Poland and Belarus. This forest houses around 800 wisents, a protected species of European bison. Guided tours are available in horse drawn carriages.

Wieliczka Salt Mine

Located on the outskirts of Krakow, this salt mine is one of the oldest companies in the world. It started its operations in the 13th century. The underground city in the site is carved out of the rock salt.


The immense size of this infamous Nazi concentration camp strikes you immediately. Located in Oswiecim, this museum is devoted to the memory of the murders in the camp during the Second World War.

Poland is a beautiful country. Visit to the above-mentioned tourist attractions in Poland is sure to be an enriching and refreshing experience.

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