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Aleksandrow Lodzki
Aleksandrow Lodzki is a beautiful town in Lodz Voivodeship.
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Andrychów
Andrychow is an interesting town in the Lesser Poland, situated approximately 60 km from Krakow.
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Arłamów
Arlamow is a small village in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship, 30 km from Ustrzyki Dolne.
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Augustow
This pearl of north-eastern Poland is a small town that lies in the Augustowska Forest, and is also known as the “Venice of the North”.
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Barcin
Barcin is a town in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, located 35 km from Bydgoszcz and 50 km from tourists attractions of Torun.
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Barlinek
Besides its fame as a producer of high quality wooden floorboards, the little town of Barlinek is known for its picturesque location amongst green, hilly countryside in the north-west corner of Poland.
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Bartoszyce
Bartoszyce is a small town of some 25,000 inhabitants situated in the very north Poland, and suffused with the Prussian-Teutonic spirit typical of the region.
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Belchatow
Belchatow is a town in central Poland, in Lodz Voivodeship.
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Biala Podlaska
Biala Podlaska is a beautiful town in Lublin Voivodeship (see our selection of trips around Lublin).
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Biale Blota
Biale Blota is a perfect destination for everyone who would like to rest and relax among greenery.
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Bialowieza
Since the village of Bialowieza is only a kilometre from the heart of the Bialowieza National Park, itself a protected site on the Unesco World Heritage List, it is often used as a starting point for excursions into this magnificent woodland.
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Bialystok
Bialystok is not a "must" for tourists visiting Poland, however intriguing it may be.
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Białka Tatrzańska
Bialka Tatrzanska is a popular Polish holiday resort, appreciated by tourists especially in winter.
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Bielsko-Biała
Being a relatively large town, an important administrational and a cultural centre, Bielsko-Biala is exceptionally attractive as a base for your next vacation.
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Bieruń
Bierun is a Silesian town and a part of Bierun-Ledzin County.
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Biskupiec
Biskupiec is a paradise for nature lovers.
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Blonie
Blonie is a town by the Rokitnica river, situated on the west side of Warsaw.
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Bochnia
Bochnia is a small town near Krakow, well known as being the location of the oldest production workings in Europe with a salt mine opening around the year 1248.
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Bogatynia
Bogatynia is a town in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship, near Zgorzelec.
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Boleslawiec
Boleslawiec ranks among the most scenic towns of the Lower Silesia region.
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Boszkowo
Boszkowo is a small tourist resort in the Greater Poland, situated 130 km from Wroclaw and 70 km from Poznan and Zielona Gora.
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Braniewo
Braniewo is a seat of a county in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, located right by the border with Russia and in a close proximity to the Vistula Lagoon.
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Brodnica
Brodnica is a town in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.
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Brok
About 90 km north-east of Warsaw lies the tiny town of Brok, surrounded by beautiful and vast forests.
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Brzeg
Brzeg is one of the oldest and most beautiful towns in Silesia and simultaneously a significant Polish culture centre.
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Brzeziny
A tiny town of Brzeziny, located near Lodz, attracts tourists tired of a big city’s hustle and bustle.
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Budzyn
Budzyn is a village in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, 13 km from Chodziez and 65 km from Poznan.
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Bukowina Tatrzańska
Bukowina Tatrzanska is an ideal place to rest and relax both in summer and winter.
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Busko Zdroj
Busko-Zdroj is well known for its sulphide springs, which are quite unique in Europe.
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Bustryk
This tiny village in Podhale is an ideal destination for active tourists.
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Bydgoszcz
Modern Bydgoszcz is not only one of Poland’s most dynamic, business-oriented cities with its large inland port, but also has a long history dating back to the Middle Ages.
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Bytom
The city of Bytom is most often associated with steel mills and coal mines.
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Cekanowo
Cekanowo is a tiny village, near Plock.
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Chalupy
If you are seeking a place beside the sea where you can spend your holiday in a cosy atmosphere, then Chalupy is worth recommending.
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Chelm
Chelm is a beautiful town in Lublin Voivodeship.
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Chorzow
Chorzow is the capital of the county in the Silesian Voivodeship, often called the Holy Sepulchres’ village, from the name of the Order of Holy Sepulchre, who used to rule the settlement.
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Ciechanow
Ciechanow is a middle-sized town in the Masovian Voivodeship, located approximately 100 km from Warsaw.
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Ciechocinek
A small, picture-postcard town perched on the left bank of the Vistula River, Ciechocinek is one of Poland’s biggest health resorts.
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Cieszyn
This small town on the Polish-Czech border has a greater mix of different cultures than anywhere else in Poland.
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Czechowice-Dziedzice
Czechowice-Dziedzice is a town in the southern Poland, in the Silesian Voivodeship, in Bielsko County.
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Czeladz
Czeladz is a place with an intriguing name and equally interesting history.
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Czestochowa
Czestochowa lies among the picturesque Jurassic rocks of Krakow-Czestochowa Upland, topped with the ruins of Medieval castles.
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Dabki
Dabki, a popular Polish spa resort, is often regarded as a destination for those seeking recuperation in sanatoria (health resorts).
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Dabrowa Gornicza
Dabrowa Gornicza is a city in the southern Poland, in the Silesian Voivodeship.
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Darlowo
This maritime town of approximately 15 thousand permanent inhabitants becomes a bustling place every summer.
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Dobczyce
Dobczyce is a small town in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, situated nearby Krakow.
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Domaslaw
Domaslaw is a small village in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in Wroclaw County, Kobierzyce Commune.
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Duszniki-Zdrój
Duszniki-Zdroj has everything that you would expect from an old, stylish spa town: a variety of hotels and eating places, health treatments, beauty services, charming architecture and beautiful natural surroundings.
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Dzierzoniow
Dzierzoniow is a town in the south-western Poland, in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship.
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Dzwinówek
Dziwnowek is a small resort, with a status of spa.
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Dzwirzyno
Situated with the seashore on one side and a lake on another, Dzwirzyno is an excellent holiday destination for those who love to relax on the beach, while at the same time offering abundant possibilities of other forms of recreation.
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Elblag
As a city with a bitter-sweet past and seemingly bright future, Elblag has always been an accurate indicator of Polish-German relationships.
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Elk
Elk is a lovely Masurian town that combines forests with lakes to create fantastic opportunities to indulge in different sports, like paddling down a river by canoe, horse-riding and cycling, to name just a few.
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Frombork
A city in northern Poland, Frombork is often associated with Nicolaus Copernicus.
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Gdansk
This cheerful maritime city owes its present grandeur to a thousand year of Polish-German history, with a significant period when the town was a key member of the Hanseatic League.
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Gdynia
Visiting the lively maritime town of Gdynia, it is hard to believe that some eighty years ago it was a small village.
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Gierloz
Located amongst woods and lakes, this little village is renowned for being home to the Wolf’s Lair – the wartime headquarters of Adolf Hitler, and comprising a complex of 80 strong bunkers built between 1940 and 1941.
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Gizycko
Sandwiched between the lakes of Niegocin and Kisajno in the heart of Masuria, the town of Gizycko offers spectacular views of the surrounding wilderness and the occasional single sail creaking in the wind, visible across the lake against the background of the rising sun.
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Gliwice
Gliwice is one of many towns in the largest industrial area in Poland, paradoxically being very different from the stereotype of an Upper Silesian town.
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Glogow
Although a centre of the Legnicko-Glogowskie Copper District, present-day Glogow is not simply an industrial town, but also one that offers a lot to visitors.
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Gniezno
Beautifully located on five hills among lakes, this town was the original capital of Poland.
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Godkowo
Godkowo is a small village in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, located approximately 40 km from Elblag.
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Gogolin
Gogolin is a town in Upper Silesia, in the Opole Voivodeship.
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Goldap
Goldap is a sole spa in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship.
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Golub-Dobrzyn
Remarkable for its architecture and mysterious atmosphere, the 14th century Teutonic Castle constitutes a major draw for visitors for the town of Golub-Dobrzyn.
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Goniadz
The tiny town of Goniadz, some 5 km east of the Biebrzanski National Park headquarters, is a perfect base for those who wish to linger a bit longer in the region.
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Gorzow Wielkopolski
Gorzow Wielkopolski serves as a significant river port and road connection between northern and southern Poland, and between Poland and Germany.
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Grudziadz
Grudziadz is often overlooked, but its interesting Old Town and good location makes it worth pausing for.
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Grzybowo
Peaceful and veiled from daily life, the small resort of Grzybowo lies on the Baltic Sea coast, near the centre of Kolobrzeg.
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Hajnowka
Hajnowka is a charming little town in north-eastern Poland, situated in the western periphery of the Bialowieza Primaeval Forest - a land almost untouched by human hand.
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Hel
Surrounded by the waters of the Baltic Sea on three sides, Hel is a unique town in Poland – and each year it attracts thousands of people wanting to spend time at the seaside.
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Iwonicz Zdroj
Iwonicz is believed to be one of the oldest spa towns in Poland.
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Jadwisin
Jadwisin, a small tourist resort in the Masovian Voivodeship, is situated by Zegrze Reservoir (Polish: Zalew Zegrzyński).
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Janow Podlaski
Janow Podlaski is internationally famous for having the oldest and largest farm breeding Arabic horses in Poland.
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Jastarnia
Compared to other Baltic Sea resorts, Jastarnia is a large watering place with shops, pubs and bars, just ready to spoil you for choice.
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Jastrzebia Gora
This charming little town lying on the Polish seacoast is famous as a popular holiday resort.
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Jelenia Góra
Beautifully located in a valley, Jelenia Gora is an ideal base for trips to the Karkonosze Mountains, one of the most valued recreational and leisure areas in Poland.
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Jerzmanowice
Mediaeval castles, limestone formations of the most bizarre shapes, lavish greenery – all this can be found within a short distance of Jerzmanowice.
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Jozefow
Jozefow is a small town near Warsaw.
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Jugowice
Jugowice, a small village in Lower Silesia, is situated close to Walbrzych.
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Jurata
This little village on the shore of the Baltic Sea has long been regarded as Poland’s most fashionable seaside resort, frequented by the artistic elite and even by the Polish president in his time off from running the country.
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Kadyny
This small village of only 300 inhabitants located in northern Poland, close to Elblag, welcomes everyone who enjoys real relaxation close to nature but with all modern facilities provided.
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Kalisz
Kalisz is, after Poznan, the most important administrative, economic and socio-culturalsocial and cultural center of Greater Poland.
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Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is a town in southern Poland and a sanctuary site that has immense cultural and religious value to Polish Catholics.
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Karpacz
Sitting in the shadow of Mt Sniezka (1603 m), the highest summit in the Sudetes, Karpacz is one of the most popular and entertaining mountain holiday resorts in Poland.
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Kartuzy
The region of Kartuzy is a paradise for tourists who like to rest in a harmony with nature.
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Katowice
At first glance Katowice seems to be rather less than attractive, unless you want to learn more about post-communist transformations.
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Katy Wroclawskie
Katy Wroclawskie is a middle-sized town in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship, located approximately 22 km from Wroclaw, so it can be easily reched while sightseeing Wroclaw.
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Kazimierz Dolny
Scenically located on the bank of the River Vistula and encircled by low wooded hills, Kazimierz Dolny offers an impressive number of historic sights for such a tiny town.
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Ketrzyn
A town of 30,000 people in the Great Masurian Lakes District, Ketrzyn has several historic sights and other traces of its Teutonic past.
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Kielce
As well as being the economic, cultural and educational centre of the region, the scenically located city of Kielce is an attractive spot for people wanting to enjoy plenty of fresh air.
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Kiermusy
Kiermusy is a picturesque place in Podlasie region, offering tourists a perfect rest in a harmony with nature, among greenery, far from everyday life troubles.
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Kobior
Kobior is the only place in Poland that carries such a name.
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Kobylnica
Kobylnica is a comfortable stop for those who are travelling to Poznan or who just want to stay somewhere a bit farther out from Poznan during the International Poznan Fairs.
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Kolbaskowo
Kolbaskowo is a small tourist resort in the Western-Pomeranian Voivodeship, and can be visited when travelling to Szczecin.
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Koleczkowo
Koleczkowo, a charming village in the northern Poland, is situated no more than 20 km from Gdynia and 30 km from Gdansk.
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Kolobrzeg
A rapidly growing port town and the largest health spa on the Polish coast, Kolobrzeg has for a long time drawn native as well as foreign visitors.
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Komorniki
Komorniki is a village in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, nearby regional travel center - Poznan.
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Konstancin-Jeziorna
Of all Polish spas, this one is situated closest to Warsaw, so no wonder that it has become a favourite destination for Varsovians who wish to spend a day or just a few hours away from the bustle of the city.
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Konstantynów Łódzki
Konstantynow Lodzki is a middle-sized town in Lodz Voivodeship.
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Korczyna
Korczyna is a small village in the south of Poland, nearby the town of Krosno.
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Koscian
Koscian is a town of about 24 000 inhabitants, situated in south-western part of the Greater Poland province, only about 40 km from Poznan, so it is easy to join Poznan tour from here.
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Kościelisko
Koscielisko is a smart area, easy to reach while sightseeing Zakopane and with many villas and a genuine peaceful atmosphere.
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Koszalin
This is the biggest town in north-western Poland, lying only 10 km south of the Baltic Sea.
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Krag
Krag, a small village in northern Poland, is situated no more than 30 km from Darlowo and 40 km from Koszalin.
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Kraków
Probably the most beautiful and fascinating city in Poland.
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Krasnobrod
Krasnobrod is a popular Polish resort.
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Kroczyce
Kroczyce is a village in southern Poland, situated nearby the town of Zawiercie.
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Krosno
A charming town in southern Poland, Krosno is primarily known as a big glass-manufacturing centre.
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Krynica Morska
Krynica Morska is claimed to be one of the smallest towns in Poland.
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Krynica-Zdrój
Picturesquely nestled in the Beskid Sadecki Mountains, Krynica Zdroj is one of the largest health resorts in Poland.
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Krzywaczka
Krzywaczka is a tiny holiday resort, situated in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship.
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Ksiaz Wielki
Ksiaz Wielki is a small village in the south of Poland.
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Kudowa-Zdrój
Kudowa-Zdroj is a picturesque spa town attracting mostly visitors in need of treatment in the excellent sanatoria or those who just care for their health.
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Kutno
This medium-size provincial town situated half-way between tourist attractions of Warsaw and  medieval city of Torun is known predominantly as an important railway junction, a place to change trains while travelling across Poland.
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Kłodzko
Between the Czech Republic and Silesia lies the land of Klodzko, a region where whole nationalities blended and overlapped for centuries.
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Lądek-Zdrój
Ladek (pronounced ‘Londeck’) is popular as a health resort, and is believed to be the oldest spa town in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe.
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Lagow
Lagow is a small village in Swietokrzyskie Mountains.
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Leba
Each year in the peak season, the lovely fishing port of Leba is crammed with tourists drawn by the allure of sand, sea and nature – even when the neighbouring resorts are empty.
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Legnica
Situated in an attractive region of Lower Silesia, Legnica is one of the first known Polish towns, though it now plays the role of a local provincial centre.
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Leśna
Located in Lower Silesia, the small locality of Lesna is famous for the close-by imposing ‘Czocha’ castle, built in the 13th century on top of a granite rock and today part of it housing a hotel.
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Lidzbark Warminski
Lidzbark Warminski is a middle-sized town in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, located approximately 50 km from Olsztyn (the capital of the voivodeship) and 40 km from the border with Russia.
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Lipowa
The environs of Lipowa, which is a village of the Beskid Zywiecki Mountains, forms an attractive holiday destination that is popular both in summer and in winter.
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Lodz
If you are looking for somewhere off the beaten track, then Lodz has it.
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Lomza
An attribute that distinguishes Lomza from other cities is its excellent location in the Polish “Green Lungs” area – one of the last wild territories in Europe.
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Lublin
Lublin is undoubtedly worth a visit, even if it attracts fewer tourists than Krakow or Warsaw.
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Lubliniec
Lubliniec is a city in the Silesian Voivodeship, located approximately 36 km from Czestochowa and 58 km from Katowice.
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Lukta
Lukta is a charming Masurian resort situated about 20 km from Ostroda and 30 km from Olsztyn.
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Lysomice
Lysomice is a small place in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.
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Malbork
The Teutonic Order was founded around the year 1190 in Palestine to crusade against the Muslims and pagans.
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Michalowice
Michalowice is a village near Warsaw, hence it may serve as a starting point to your tour of Warsaw.
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Międzybrodzie Żywieckie
Miedzybrodzie Zywieckie is a popular Polish resort in the Silesian Voivodeship, 12 km from Zywiec, the county capital.
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Miedzywodzie
Situated at the seaside, Miedzywodzie is an excellent holiday destination for those who love to relax on the beach, while at the same time offering abundant possibilities of other forms of recreation.
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Miedzyzdroje
With warm seas, clean sand, attractive promenade and pier, Miedzyzdroje has long enjoyed a reputation as a trendy seaside resort attracting swarms of tourists in summer.
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Mielec
Mielec is the home to many outstanding Polish artists, scientists, politicians and sportsmen.
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Mielno
Peaceful for most of the year, Mielno starts life for real when summer arrives and brings with it flocks of people who want to enjoy their summer holidays in this seaside village setting.
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Mikolajki
Lying directly on the Great Masurian Lakes, the petite town of Mikolajki is a popular holiday and water sports resort, rightly dubbed “the Pearl of the Masuria”.
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Milówka
The beauty of mountains has been attractive to people for a long time.
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Minsk Mazowiecki
This small town is located in the centre of Poland, quite close to Warsaw, hence it is a convenient starting point to sighteeing the capital of Poland.
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Morag
Located in the western part of the Warmian-Masurian Province, close to the Ilawa Lakeland, Morag is a small town surrounded by forests and lakes.
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Mragowo
The exceptional beauty of the landscape, the allure of Mother Nature and the well-developed recreational centres attract large numbers of visitors from Poland and abroad.
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Mrzezyno
If sunbathing on a broad sandy beach and swimming in clean water sounds like your idea of a vacation, then Mrzezyno – a small fishing village and a summer resort by the Baltic Sea – is the right place for you.
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Mszana Dolna
Mszana Dolna is a picturesque small town in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, surrounded by the Beskid and the Gorce mountains.
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Mszczonow
Mszczonow is a small town in the Masovian Voivodeship, in Zyrardow County, populated by approximately 6.
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Murzasichle
Murzasichle is a large village of over a thousand inhabitants, and it forms a two-kilometre croissant along one long street.
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Muszyna
The name “Muszyna” probably originated from the Latin word musci which means “moss”.
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Myczkowce
One of the oldest and best known villages in the region of the Bieszczady Mountains, Myczkowce is a perfect destination if you are seeking peace and quiet.
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Myślenice
Myslenice is a town in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, 30 km from Krakow, hence it is a good starting point to Krakow trip.
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Nadarzyn
This village situated right by Warsaw is visited predominantly for its prime location near the capital.
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Naleczow
Due to its beneficial microclimate and the mineral water sources, Naleczow has long been a spa and health resort offering the ultimate conditions for recovery, relaxation and active forms of leisure.
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Niechorze
Niechorze annually attracts thousands of tourists, who wish to rest in a peaceful and picturesque area.
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Nowe Brzesko
Nowe Brzesko is a picturesque place in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, located approximately 40 km from Krakow  -so it is a good starting point for city break in Krakow.
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Nowogrod
Set in the peaceful, lush environment of the region of Kurpie, Nowogrod forms an excellent starting point for exploring the Kurpiowska Primeval Forest.
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Nowy Sącz
One of the oldest towns of Lesser Poland province, Nowy Sacz has a lot to offer in terms of tourism.
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Nowy Targ
Nowy Targ is the home to many outstanding Polish sportsmen, actors, bishops and opera singers.
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Oborniki
Oborniki is a highly attractive tourist destination, with several architectural gems that should not be missed.
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Ogonki
Ogonki owes its popularity to its great location between Wegorzewo and Gizycko, in the heart of one of Poland’s most attractive regions - Masuria.
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Ogrodzieniec
Ogrodzieniec is a picturesque tourist resort located on the Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Polish: Szlak Orlich Gniazd).
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Okuninka
Okuninka is a perfect place for everyone who wish to rest and relax in the open air.
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Olawa
Olawa is a town in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, located approximately 26 km from Wroclaw.
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Olesnica
Olesnica is a town in the Lower Silesia, situated on the left bank of the Olesnica river.
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Olsztyn
The first impressions of Olsztyn may leave you little underwhelmed, as the post-war suburbs through which the visitors must first travel when entering the city are cluttered with displeasing grey buildings and factories.
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Opalenica
Opalenica is a picturesque town near Poznan.
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Opole
Though Opole is primarily known as the home of the National Festival of Polish Songs, held here since 1963, the city offers plenty to do and see all year round.
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Opole Lubelskie
Opole Lubelskie may be a good starting point for tourists who wish to sightsee Lublin Voivodeship.
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Osjakow
Osjakow is a small village in the Lodz Voivodeship, situated by the truck road no 8 from Wielun to Piotrkow Trybunalski.
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Ostroda
Ostroda, a town of about 35,000 inhabitants, is the fourth largest town in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship in terms of population.
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Ostroleka
Ostroleka is a significant administration centre for north-eastern Poland.
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Ostrow Mazowiecka
Ostrow Mazowiecka is a town in the Biala Forest, located by the route to Masuria region.
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Ostrow Wielkopolski
Ostrow Wielkopolski is one of the biggest cities in the southern part of the Greater Poland Voivodeship.
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Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski
Although easily passed over as a medium sized town, Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski has a lot to offer.
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Oswiecim
The modest provincial town of Oswiecim is better known by its German name “Auschwitz”, and was witness to an enormous evil caused by humankind.
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Ozarow Mazowiecki
Ozarow Mazowiecki is a town located 15 km from Warsaw.
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Paszkówka
Paszkowka is a village in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, only a half-hour’s drive from Krakow and 20 minutes from Balice Airport.
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Piekary Slaskie
It can be said that Piekary Slaskie has two faces: on the one it is an industrial and mining town, on the other the spiritual capital of Upper Silesia.
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Pila
Pila is a town of 80 thousand in Greater Poland that is beautifully set near the River Gwda, far from big cities and highly developed industry.
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Piotrkow Trybunalski
Piotrkow Trybunalski is a town in the centre of Poland, located approximately 50 km from the capital of the voivodeship, Lodz.
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Pisz
Pisz is a lovely, miniature town located in the Masurian district at one end of the Great Masurian Lakes waterway; the town naturally serving as a gateway into Mazury.
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Piwniczna-Zdroj
Piwniczna-Zdroj is a town in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, located approximately 25 km from Nowy Sacz and 4 km from the border with Slovakia.
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Plock
This picturesquely located city was the first capital of the Masovia province and for a short period it was even Poland’s capital.
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Pniewy
Located in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, Pniewy attracts travellers from Poland and Germany (Berlin lies only 200 km from Pniewy).
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Pobierowo
Pobierowo is a famous seaside resort in the Western Pomeranian Voivodeship.
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Podgórzyn
Tucked at the foot of the Karkonosze Mountains, close to Jelenia Gora, Podgorzyn is a quieter alternative to the bigger and better known resorts in the region such as Karpacz.
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Polanica-Zdrój
Polanica-Zdroj is widely known as one of the best Polish health resorts.
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Poręba Wielka
Poreba Wielka is a picturesque place in Gorce, the mountain range in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, located about 70 km from Krakow.
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Poronin
The popular mountainous village of Poronin serves primarily as a jumping-off place from which to explore Zakopane (6 km away) and the Tatra Mountains.
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Postolowo
Postolowo, located some 30 km south of Gdansk, is known for its excellent golf course.
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Poznan
For centuries an important commercial centre, Poznan became known for the trade fairs that have taken place here since 1921.
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Pruszcz Gdanski
Pruszcz Gdanski is an important trade and industrial centre of the Pomerania.
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Pruszkow
Pruszkow is a sizable town by the Utrata river, located on the west side of Warsaw.
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Przemyśl
Przemysl is one of the best of the hidden treasures of Eastern Poland.
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Pszczyna
Although Pszczyna is not a significant tourist resort, it is undoubtedly worth visiting.
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Puck
Peaceful for most of the year, Puck starts life for real when summer arrives and brings with it flocks of people who want to enjoy their summer holidays in this seaside picturesque setting.
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Puszczykowo
Puszczykowo is a small town, near Poznan, hence it could be consider to make a short excursion to Poznan while staying in Puszczykowo.
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Rabka-Zdrój
Rabka-Zdroj is a small town in Lesser Poland Voivodeship, located approximately 40 km from Zakopane.
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Raciborz
This is a town that people tend to overlook, although undeservedly so.
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Raclawice
Raclawice takes a significant position in the history of Poland and due to the fact it is worth visiting.
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Radom
Though Radom is rather more industrial than a natural tourist destination, it is still worth visiting because of its historical buildings and local traditions that reflect the city's long history.
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Rawa Mazowiecka
Rawa Mazowiecka is a historic town.
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Reda
Reda is an ideal destination for summer vacations.
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Rowy
Rowy is a tiny, yet very popular among tourists, resort at the seaside.
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Ruciane-Nida
The azure lakes and the closeness of the Piska Forest, with its diversified flora and fauna, have helped Ruciane-Nida to develop into a bustling centre for recreation and water sports, one of the busiest in the Great Masurian Lake District.
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Rudnik
Rudnik, a sizable village in Lesser Poland, is situated approximately 7 km from Myslenice and 25 km from Krakow, that is why it is strongly recommended to take a tour to Krakow when you are paying visit to Myslenice.
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Rumia
Near the Baltic Sea, nestled among the lakes and hills, Rumia is a very interesting town with Europe’s greatest cactus farm and picturesque tourist trails.
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Rybnik
Modern Rybnik is a hub for local administration, transportation, economy, education and culture for neighbouring towns, as well as having several historic monuments of its own that are well worth a visit.
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Rydzewo
Rydzewo is a typical Masurian tourist resort situated no further than 15 km from Gizycko and 25 km from Mikolajki.
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Rydzyna
Rydzyna is a seat of a commune in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, Leszno County.
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Rymanow
Rymanow is situated in the south of Poland, close to Krosno.
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Ryn
Thankfully not affected by mass tourism, even during the peak season, the enchanting town of Ryn stands as an oasis of peace and rest in the Land of the Great Masurian Lakes.
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Rzeszow
Although Rzeszow is the second most important city of south-eastern Poland after Krakow, a walk through the centre is more like that through a small, peaceful (or even sleepy) town.
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Sandomierz
A picturesque location and an impressive wealth of finely preserved historic monuments have earned Sandomierz a reputation as one of the most beautiful towns in Poland.
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Sanok
A small and rather quiet town situated in southeastern Poland, Sanok has long attracted many tourists by its proximity to the Bieszczady Mountains and the Bieszczady National Park.
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Siedlce
This medium-sized town situated east of Warsaw has a long history and several sights to explore, including its most precious treasure, an El Greco masterpiece displayed in a local museum.
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Siemianowice Slaskie
Siemianowice Slaskie - a former town of mines and steel mills, nowadays is a large sport and recreation centre, which attracts tourists and investors from all over Poland.
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Sierakow
Sierakow is a small town in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, located 75 km from Poznan.
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Siewierz
Siewierz is a small Silesian town of about 5,500 inhabitants, visited mostly due to its proximity to the Upper Silesian Industry Area and the international airport of Pyrzowice.
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Skawina
Skawina lies in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, only 15 kilometres south-west of Krakow.
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Skierniewice
Skierniewice is a middle-sized town, located halfway between Warsaw and Lodz.
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Slupsk
Slupsk, a pleasant town in the north of Poland, is not an obvious tourist draw, even though it has rich history dating back to 8th and 9th century with traces still preserved in numerous buildings and monuments.
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Sochaczew
Situated around 50 km west of Warsaw, the small town of Sochaczew offers several attractions, first of all the Narrow Gauge Museum, the largest museum of this kind in this part of Europe.
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Solec Zdroj
A picturesque spa village situated about 100 km north of Krakow, Solec Zdroj is an excellent destination for patients seeking quality medical care as well as for the city dweller tired of the daily hustle and wishing instead to re-engage with nature.
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Sopot
Among all the seaside resorts competing to be the summer capital of Poland, Sopot seems the most deserving.
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Sorkwity
The small but extremely attractive village of Sorkwity is mostly visited during the summer, when the Masuria area offers great conditions to enjoy water sports and to admire picturesque landscapes inhabited by wild birds and animals.
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Sosnowiec
Sosnowiec belongs to the group of most important towns of Upper Silesia, and is situated in its eastern part.
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Spala
Spala is a popular resort, located in the centre of Poland, by the Pilica river.
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Stare Jablonki
Masuria is a popular tourist destination in summer season.
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Stargard
A large town of more than 70 thousand inhabitants, Stargard is primarily attractive for its historical heritage, although it also has plenty of other attractions to offer.
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Strzegowo
The name Strzegowo comes from the old Slavic name Strzegomir, which means the upholder of peace.
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Sulmierzyce
Sulmierzyce is a town in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, located 23 km from Ostrow Wielkopolski and 47 km from Kalisz.
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Suprasl
Suprasl is a town and a seat of the commune in the Podlasie Voivodeship, located approximately 17 km from Bialystok.
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Suwalki
Suwalki is characterised by its classicistic architecture, its wide streets and low, two storey houses.
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Swarzedz
Swarzedz is a town in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, located approximately 10 km from Poznan.
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Swidnica
Swidnica is a historic merchant town over 700 year-old and picturesquely located near the Sudety Mountains.
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Swiebodzin
Swiebodzin is a little-known Polish town and due to the fact it seems to be unattractive in terms of tourism.
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Świeradów-Zdrój
Situated in the Sudety Mountains, Swieradow-Zdroj has long been a spa famous for its healing mineral waters, unpolluted air and pleasant scenery.
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Swieta Lipka
Swieta Lipka is a tiny village in the north of Poland, and despite its size it is well known - as a religious centre and a pilgrimage site.
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Swinoujscie
One of the leading Polish ports on the Baltic Sea, Swinoujscie is also a health-resort which draws guests all year long and the only town in the country located entirely on islands, a total of forty-four of them.
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Szaflary
Szaflary is a small village, situated approximately 20 km from Zakopane.
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Szczawnica
A renowned spa town and a throbbing tourist spot in southern Poland, Szczawnica is unique for many reasons, but especially due to its picturesque location at the foot of the Pieniny Mountains, near the Dunajec River gorge.
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Szczecin
Szczecin is a lively city, an important seaport and a shipbuilding centre close to the border with Germany.
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Szczyrk
A town in the Beskid Slaski Mountains of southern Poland, Szczyrk is one of the most popular skiing destinations in the country.
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Szklarska Poręba
Szklarska Poreba is the largest holiday resort and centre of winter sports in the Sudeten Mountains, with plenty of space for everyone among these beautiful surroundings.
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Tarnow
Much of the appeal of Tarnow comes from the Galician atmosphere of the city, which has been preserved since the time of the imperial monarchy.
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Tczew
Tczew is a seat of a county and commune in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, located approximately 40 km from Gdansk and 60 km from Gdynia.
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Torun
The charming Old Town of Torun is of such international importance that it has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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Tresna
Tresna is a charming area, situated about 3 km from Zywiec and 17 km from Bielsko-Biala.
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Tryszczyn
Tryszczyn is a small village located approximately 13 km from Bydgoszcz.
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Trzebinia
Trzebinia is a tranquil place located in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship.
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Trzebnica
Trzebnica is a town in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship, located 24 km from Wroclaw.
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Trzesacz
A scenic spot in Western Pomerania, Trzesacz is visited by crowds of people every year.
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Tychy
Aside from the large Fiat car plant and the beer brewery brewing the famous “Tyskie” brand, Tychy is known for its numerous parks, which is somewhat surprising for a Silesian city.
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Tłuszcz
Tluszcz is located approximately 30 km from Warsaw.
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Uniejow
Uniejow is a small town in Lodz Voivodeship, in Poddebice County, populated by approximately 3 000 people.
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Ustka
Situated on the Baltic Sea, the town of Ustka is one of Poland’s best known bathing resorts.
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Ustroń
With its specific microclimate, its mineral and curative water springs and its first class therapeutic facilities, Ustron has developed into a popular health resort.
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Ustronie Morskie
Ustronie Morskie is a small fishing village on the Baltic Sea.
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Ustrzyki Dolne
Ustrzyki Dolne is a popular resort in Bieszczady Mountains.
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Wadowice
Wadowice is a picturesque town, famous for being a birthplace of Pope John Paul II.
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Walbrzych
Twenty years ago Walbrzych was not a particularly popular destination for the casual visitor - and for a good reason.
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Warsaw
The capital of Poland was practically rebuilt from scratch after World War II.
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Wasowo
If you are planning a relaxing weekend in a charming neighbourhood, if you want to arrange an unusual party or business meeting, then we recommend a visit to Wasowo.
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Wejherowo
Near the Baltic Sea, nestled among the lakes and hills, Wejherowo is a town rich in historic monuments testifying to its long history.
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Wetlina
This tiny village in the Subcarpathia region is an ideal destination for active tourists.
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Wiejce
If you are looking for peace and quiet yet still want plenty to do, the picturesque village of Wiejce is the place to visit.
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Wieliczka
If a two-hour walk along the dark, underground passages of a salt mine seems like a strange tourist attraction, think again.
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Wisła
Attractively situated at the source of the Wisla River, and surrounded by beautiful forests on nearby mountain slopes, Wisla is the perfect holiday destination for those either seeking relaxation or seasonal sports.
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Witów
Witow is a popular Polish holiday resort, especially appreciated by tourists in winter.
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Wladyslawowo
Resorts by the Baltic Sea are very popular with Poles and foreigners alike.
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Wloclawek
Włocławek in central Poland and Europe has many historical moments, museums, nature parks and clubs.
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Wozniki
Although Wozniki is not a typical resort, it is often visited due to its close proximity to Katowice and Czestochowa.
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Wroclaw
The capital of Lower Silesia (Dolny Slask) has a huge Old Town built on several islands connected by over 100 bridges.
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Wronki
Wronki is a little town with several noteworthy sights, including the Gothic Church of St.
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Ząb
Zab is the highest situated place in Poland.
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Zabrze
A fairly quiet town in the heart of Silesia, Zabrze is not generally numbered among the most spectacular places in Poland.
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Zagorze Slaskie
The major tourist draw for Zagorze Slaskie, a small village in the Owl Mountains, are the ruins of the defensive Grodno Castle, raised in the 13th century by Prince Bolko the First.
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Zakopane
The most popular mountain resort in Poland continues to attract a growing number of followers of the “winter madness”, while summer visitors who come to explore the magnificent Tatra Mountains, to drink in the beautiful scenery and the relaxed holiday atmosphere.
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Zakroczym
The small town of Zakroczym isn’t a touristy place at all, although it does have several attractions that make for a gratifying stay.
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Zaluski
Located near Plonsk in the area known as the Green Lungs of Poland, Zaluski is a typical Masovian village.
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Zamosc
Called the Padua of the North and the Pearl of the Renaissance, Zamosc is a UNESCO World Heritage List site, and there are few cities in the world that have been included on the list as a whole!
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Zary
Zary is one of the largest towns in the Lubusz Voivodeship and a significant economic and culture centre.
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Zawiercie
Situated in the heart of the Jura Krakowsko-Czestochowska highlands, the town of Zawiercie mainly attracts visitors with the natural beauty of its surroundings.
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Zawoja
Zawoja is the biggest Polish village.
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Zblewo
This large village situated in the Pomerania province, some 70 km south of Gdansk, is mostly visited because of the two important roads that pass through the village, one of them being the Berlin-Kaliningrad road.
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Zegrze
This little village is located some 20 km from Warsaw and is famous for having the closest reservoir to the capital city.
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Zglobice
Although anything but a popular tourist destination, Zglobice is visited for its location close to Tarnow and Krakow.
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Zgorzelec
Zgorzelec is a town in the south-western Poland, in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship.
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Zielona Gora
Zielona Gora literally means “Green Mountain” in Polish, and the name reflects its character, being built on a series of forested hills.
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Zlotoryja
Located in Lower Silesia, Zlotoryja is one of Poland’s oldest towns and one of the most unusual to boot, with a nearly 800-year-old tradition of gold mining.
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Zory
Those who have visited the cities of Silesia would find it hard to deny that Zory is one of the prettiest and best-maintained, with its lovely town square, smart streets and a number of historic monuments testifying to the city’s long past.
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Żywiec
Zywiec, famous nationwide for its brewery, is also the home to many outstanding Polish musicians, sportsmen and bishops.
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Złockie
Sitting at the foot of the Beskid Sadecki Mountains, Zlockie is a cosy mountain resort that although lacking some of the features of trendier Krynica or nearby Muszyna, still makes an excellent destination for those who value the peace that mountains and countryside can bring.
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