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Teutonic Knights Malbork Castle

Malbork is a picturesque town in the north of Poland about 60 km from Gdańsk by Nogat river banks. The main touristic magnet of Malbork is Teutonic Knights Castle of the Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem. The construction of the castle started in 1278 when the knigh...

Zebrzydowska Calvary

It is a pilgrimage destination situated about 32 km from Cracow. The Passion-Marian Sanctuary of St.Bernards convent was put down to World Heritage List UNESCO in 1999, being the only Calvary in the list. The beginnings of the construction of the Calvary date back to the year 1600. Right now the ...

Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi German Concentration Camp Museum

It is a memorial and museum of Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau which is situated in Oświęcim and Brzezinka about 65 km from Cracow. A visit in this place is definitely not an easy one. After a visit in this former Nazi German concentration camp you will definitely perceive the world in...

Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wieliczka salt mine (13 km from Cracow) is an extender underground city and certainly one of the most interesting touristic objects In Poland. In 1987 it was put down to UNESCO World Heritage List. Every year the mine is visited by over a million tourists from all over the world. The main is no l...

Toruń

Toruń, whose Medieval urban layout is enlisted at UNESCO World Heritage List, is a well known birthplace of a famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernius. Tourist can visit both a house of his parents and also Toruń planetarium to learn more about space. Toruń is also famous for its legendary gingerbrea...

Zamość

Zamość is a historical city in southeastern Poland. Thanks to the unique, historic Old Town, the city is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is situated in the southern part of Lublin Voivodeship. One of the most popular monuments in Zamość is the famous Zamojski Palace. In Zamość, i...

Świdnica Peace Church

The church in Świdnica is situated about 53 km from Wrocław (about 1 h 10 min drive). It is made from wood and incredibly was erected only within a year of 1957. It is the biggest wooden Protestant church and with the area of 1090 square meters, it can gather 7 500 believers. The interior of the ...

Jawor Peace Church

The Church of Peace in Jawor is one of the largest wooden buildings with religious functions in Europe. In 2001, it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The church is 43.5 m long, 14 m wide, 15.7 m high, the building's area is 1180 m², it houses 6000 people. It was built in 1654–1655 ...

Silver Mine Tarnowskie Góry

The length of tourist trail is 1740 m and takes place 40 meters below ground surface. Part of the trail is also covered by boats (270 m), which is an additional mine attraction. The temperature in the mine is always 10 Celsius degrees so it is good to have something warm with you. Sightseeing tak...

Białowieża National Park

Białowieża National Park is the only area in Poland that was enlisted at natural UNESCO list. It is the oldest National Park in Poland which was created in 1932. The area of the park is 10 517.27 hectare. The park protects the last primeval virgin forest in European Lowland region. In the park th...

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