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Presentation of Polish Cities

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KRAKOW

Picturesquely set overlooking the Vistula River, Krakow has a history going back over a thousand years, a host of monuments of Mediaeval, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture, and an old University. A looking glass for Polish and European tradition, Krakow was entered in 1978 on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.
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LOCAL EXCURSIONS FROM KRAKOW

The Castle at Pieskowa Skala and the Ojcow National Park
The Wieliczka Salt Mine
The Auschwitz Birkenau Memorial Museum
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WARSZAWA

Warsaw, Poland's Capital City, rebuilt after its total destruction during Second World War, and is the country's chief economic and cultural centre. Its visitors' showpieces are the Royal Castle and Old City, the Royal Way, and the suburban royal residences at Lazienki and Wilanow.
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GDANSK

This port on the Bay of Gdansk with a thousand years of history and some fine monuments of architecture, forms a "Triple City" with Gdynia and Sopot.
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THE GREAT MASURIAN LAKES

Masurian Lakes or the trout - filled sea rivers are among the most attractive fishing areas in Europe and their unique charm is irresistible. Well- developed tourist centres provide accommodation and food, while numerous shops specialising in fishing supplies. Offer everything that has been invented in the world. There is no error in calling the Masurian Lakes...; tour operator Poland; Poland DMC
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ZAKOPANE

Zakopane is one of the best and popular ski resort in Europe.
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TORUN

There was already a Polish fortified borough here in the 11th century. In 1228 Duke Konrad of Mazovia gave the Land of Chelmno in fee to the Teutonic Knights, who erected a defensive castle here and obtained a municipal charter for the settlement. The town owes its fame to Nicolaus Copernicus, who was born here in 1473 more...
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MALBORK

Malbork is noted for its Gothic castle, Malbork Castle, one of the most striking in Europe. The biggest single military engagement in Mediaeval Europe
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POZNAN

Poznan is the historic capital of Greater Poland, and its origins go back to the beginning of the Polish State in the 10th century. Today it is the venue for the International Trade Fair, and an important European business centre.
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WROCLAW

Wroclaw's atmosphere and urban features have been shaped by three cultures, which were the ruling political power there in successive periods: the Polish, Czech and German. In the 11th century Wroclaw was the westernmost part of the Kingdom of Poland. In 1526 the region passed from the Jagiellonian Empire to the Habsburgs...
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LUBLIN

Chief cultural centre in the present-day east-central part of Poland, with two universities (including the Catholic University of Lublin, founded in 1918). more...
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SANDOMIERZ

Sandomierz is an ancient town situated on the Sandomierz Plateau overlooking the Vistula River near the confluence of the River San. There were settlements here already in prehistoric times (8th century). The town developed rapidly thanks to its good location at a communication land and waterway crossroads. more...; Local tours; Poland Tour Operator
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ZAMOSC

amosc is the world's only extant town with a fully Late Renaissance and Mannerist urban layout, recognised as an absolutely top-class monument of architecture. Founded in 1580 by Jan Zamoyski, Lord Chancellor of Poland, Zamosc was designed by Bernardino Morando as a multi-racial commercial centre...; Poland Tour Operator
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