Meeting tourists with attractions in Poland have been always very interesting and very fascinating. This central European country is extremely beautiful, with a rich culture and history. For decades Poland dilapidated part of the war became very beautiful and attracts millions of tourists worldwide. Attractions in Poland after the historical events that shaped the cultural aspect of the country.
Whether visiting the monuments of culture in this beautiful country and will enjoy picturesque landscapes you will definitely be satisfied with the memories of Poland. Here are some of the attractions in Poland:
Wawel Castle - Fortress of Babel was built in the 14th century, during the Polish monarch Casimir III the Great. It is the emblem of the city of Krakow and the appearance is distinguished by its impressive size and splendor.
In the style of the buildings are mixed castles in Austria, attractions in Germany and Polish motives architecture. Currently part of the buildings have been converted into a museum, the main attraction are the tapestries. Do not miss the wonderful view from the castle over the Vistula river. Take a walk by Eco Tatra National Park. Masurian Lakes One of the very best natural landmarks in Poland.
About 2000 lakes in northeastern Poland, on the border with Lithuania and Belarus. More of the lakes are connected to each other by channels and rivers. About Masurian Lakes has a very good infrastructure, a wide range of guest houses, campsites and hotels. Tourists can take a boat ride or ride a bike touring this great free site.
Gothic Malbork Castle - built by the Teutonic Knights in 1274 around the town of Malbork River footing. Red building is constructed entirely of bricks. In 1308 the Teutonic Order moved from Venice is here to protect the wealth of the knights. The high walls of the fortress were safe barrier enemies until the total destruction by the Nazis during World War II.
Wieliczka salt mine - Located near Krakow. For hundreds of years, mined salt, in consequence of which was formed around the city. Underground can see chapel sculptures of rock salt. It turns out that the underground halls have very good acoustics that can be used for various musical gatherings. Bialowieza Forest - virgin forest on the border with Belarus, declared a reserve. There's 700 years old 300 years old oaks and pines. The animal world can be noted European bison, deer and wild boars. Visitors can walk through the woods with only a foot or carts.
Warsaw - capital of Poland, was founded in the 13th century, the center of commerce and architecture. Unfortunately much of this was destroyed during the Second World War. Enjoy the largest medieval square in attractions in Europe. Located in Krakow, the market is surrounded by historic buildings and churches. The last of the attractions in Poland, which will introduce a city Gdansk. Located in northern Poland, its history dates back to the V century. In 1308 Gdańsk was conquered by the Teutonic Knights, which greatly affect the appearance of the city. After 13 years of war in 1466 the city passed to Poland. An impression for tourists doing the old town of Gdansk. Here you can admire the churches, mills, old port Fountain "Neptune" and others.