Many Polish tourist sights have already gained a worldwide reputation and are an absolute must to see if you consider a journey to this area: beautiful Krakow, inspiring Warsaw, romantic Gdansk, spiritual Czestochowa, shattering Auschwitz, the Tatra mountains.
Our approach to traveling will assure you both a secure and enjoyable stay, let us help you to discover our beautiful country.
Though our offer is aimed primarily at the famous spots we would like to draw your attention to the less densely populated areas which offer an unconventional, but seductive program.
|Area||312 685 km2|
|Density/sq km||124 (km2)|
|Capital||Warszawa (Warsaw) 1.65 Mil.|
|Administrative division||16 provinces (wojewodztwa)|
|Currency||1 Zloty (PLN) = 100 Groszy (1 EUR = aprox. 4 PLN)|
|Religion||Catholics 90.7 %, Orthodox 1.4%, others 7.9%|
|Nationalities||Poles 98.5 %, Ukrainians 0.6%, Germans 0.5, others 0.4%|
|Life expectancy||68 years men, 77 years women|
|Tourism||14 million tourists visit Poland every year, Poland ranks 14th in the world as a tourist destination|
|Border countries||Germany (467 km), Czech Republic (790 km), Slovakia (538 km), Ukraine (529 km), Belarus (416 km), Russia (210 km), Lithuania (103 km), Baltic coastline (788 km)|
|Surface||Poland consists mostly of lowlands, the lowest point – the village of Racki Elblaskie 1.8 meters below the sea level|
|Mountains||On the Southern border, High Tatra (highest peak Rysy 2,499 m), Bieszczady, Beskid, Karkonosze, Gory Stolowe|
|Rivers||the Vistula (Wisla) 1,047 km, the Odra, the Bug, the Warta|
|Lakes||Sniardwy (Mazury)113,8 km2|
|Rank||Country||Size (in km2)||World Rank|
|Rank||Country||Population (mln)||World Rank|