The most gorgeous areas suggested by non-native travellers

Have you ever tried to travel to areas which are suggested by other foreigner traveler?
That article will present the 7 Polish wonders which have been picked by foreigner travellers.

Number 7 – Zakopane – it is characterized as the cold capital of Poland. Zakopane is located in the south location of Poland, in the Tatra Mountains. Zakopane is full of sites if you are enthusiastic about climbing and hiking. There is located the highest top in Poland – Rysy. You may get to Zakopane by airplane (to the Balice- Cracow flight terminal) and then by bus.


Autor: Kamil Rejczyk

Number Six – Łódź – it is a city which is situated in the center of Poland. Here used to be plenty of dresses manufactures. Today, it is a location where the vacationers can see where the Polish movies were made and walk along the most famous street – Piotrkowska street.
Number Five – Poznan – the name of the town in English means get to know me. The label motivates to arrange tours to poland and find many time to see Poznan. It is worth to see the mall – Stary Browar which is 1 of the most gorgeous shopping malls in the world as reported by ICSC.

Number 3 – Wroclaw – it is located in the southwest region of Poland by the Oder canal. Moreover, here are also 12 islands and one hundred thirty links which make the Wroclaw a unique destination.
Number 4 – Gdansk. Gdansk is a lovely area which is positioned by the Baltic Sea. It has a harbor and plenty of sightseeing. You will have trip to poland and go to Gdansk by train or by airplane because there is based also an airport.

Number Two – Warsaw – it is the capital of Poland and it is the largest town in this country. Warsaw was in very poor condition after the Second World War, today it is beautiful and contemporary location which will amaze every traveler.

Number One – Cracow – it is absolutely nothing unusual because Cracow is a greatest location for most of visitors. It is full of history and interesting locations which may be observed at every corner of the town – see more on Greetings from Poland (read more JWP Poland renewals recordals) . Moreover, in the town centre everyone speaks English.