Being the 69th biggest country in the world, Poland has a long shoreline and shares its border with Germany, Ukraine, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Lithuania and Kaliningrad Oblast exclave (Russia). This European country has an astonishing combination of natural beauty that is magnificent and rich historical heritage.
Main Square Market: Kraków
Old Market Place: Warsaw
Photo by Jorge Láscar
The major square market in the Kraków town was constructed at the 13th century majorly to serve the goal of trade. It is among the biggest medieval town squares in Europe measuring approximately two hundred yards. The marvellous structure of this medieval-era marketplace square adds a character to the huge historical space.
Salt Mine: Wieliczka
The square was reconstructed following the Mongol invasion in 1257. The area is surrounded by noteworthy and elegant townhouses and churches and there’s fabric hall in the core of the market square.
Photo by Guillaume Speurt
Warsaw is Poland’s capital.
The old market which originated around the 13th century is located at the heart of Warsaw. This market also has found its place as one of the most World Heritage sites announced by UNESCO. Even the Warsaw Mermaid is a bronze statue is viewed as a sign of Warsaw. The historical museum at the end of the market area is crucial see to get an insight to this historical town. This majestic marketplace deserves a place on your Poland itinerary planner.
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This city is located on the Baltic Sea’s coast and is among Poland’s key ports. In the imperial 12th-century Green Gate Royal Castle to the mesmerising Neptune Fountain, the structure around town is quite extraordinary. The richly styled and the Mariacki Church take you back through centuries in time. Besides these landmarks, the historical Shipyard along with the 82-meter tall Gda?sk Palace — St. Mary’s Church, makes sure Gda?sk has it all, providing this significant town a guaranteed place in your Poland journey planner.
Photo by Frank Vassen
Even the Bialowieza Forest and National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of main forest covering an astonishing place of 141,885 hectares. It comprises areas of untouched woods and is like a natural lab providing many opportunities for the conservation and study of the types of biodiversity it holds safe. It is home to 59 species of mammals, including the iconic European Bison, over 250 creatures, 13 amphibian species, including 7 reptile and more than species. The Park has been divided into zones of unprotected and protected locations. The mountainous regions are a favorite destination for biking, cycling, hiking and some photos of its animals and uncontrolled forest. Bialowieza Forest is essential feature in your trip planner for the sojourn.
Photo by Alexander Johmann
The Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt mines are among the most valuable and oldest monuments in Poland. It comprises on UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. The residue of rock salt has been mined by the Saltwork’s Castle since the 13th century and is a reflection of centuries of miners and over 700 decades of tradition and history of the nation. Today the mine brings thousands of tourists each year, who have come to see that the Mountains of sculptures from your salt galleries it holds with works of art and the chapels which were built into the excavations. It is a marvel of nature and of their art of humanity in preserving the area and making it an area of glory that is much.
Poland has a rare mix of yesteryear and the current. A vacation here is jump to meet your heart with the warmth and culture of its inhabitants and atmosphere, providing you a life.