Dentists in Poland is sponsored by Love Poland who operate a group of Facebook pages dedicated to promoting the country.
From sailing to skiing to cycling, climbing, ecotourism, hiking, fishing, bird watching, canoeing, camping & golf – there’s so many things that you can do in Poland and within our website, you will find lots of tourist information in addition to general info such as food, drink and culture.
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Many of the major cities in Poland boast lovely, ‘Old Towns’ with splendid architecture. Some are even World Heritage sites. Many old quarters were heavily damaged or even destroyed in WWII bombings. These have been meticulously rebuilt after the war, using the original bricks and ornaments where possible.
Although remains of the Soviet Union and even scars of the Second World War are visible in most of them, Polish cities offer great historic sight seeing opportunities. Cities such as Warsaw, Krakow & Gdansk have become modern, lively places popular with locals of all ages in addition to tourists.
The capital, Warsaw, has one of the best old centres and its many sights include the ancient city walls, palaces, churches and squares. You can follow the Royal Route to see some of the best landmarks outside the old centre.
The old city of Kraków is considered the country’s cultural capital. It has a gorgeous historic centre, countless monumental buildings and a few excellent museums. Just 50 km from there is the humbling Auschwitz concentration camp. Due to the horrible events it represents, the camp leaves an impression like no other World Heritage Site does. The ancient Wieliczka Salt Mine, also a World Heritage Site, is another great day trip from Kraków.
Once a Hanseatic League town, the port city of Gdańsk boasts many impressive buildings from that time. Here too, a walk along the Royal Road gives a great overview of notable sights.