Walbrzych Poland Guide

Walbrzych Poland
Walbrzych Poland Some decades ago Walbrzych (Wałbrzych) wasn't a particularly popular destination for the casual visitor - and for a good reason. Ironically, while the city’s name translates directly as 'Forest Mountain', it was once hailed as one of the most polluted urban centers in...
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Karpacz Poland Guide

Karpacz Poland
Karpacz Poland Sitting in the shadow of Mount Sniezka (1,603 m), the highest summit in the Sudetes, Karpacz is one of the most popular and entertaining mountain holiday resorts in Poland. Listed among the “winter capitals of Poland”, it draws more visitors than it has...
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Swidnica Poland Guide

Swidnica Poland
Swidnica Poland Swidnica (Świdnica) is a historic merchant town over 700-year-old and picturesquely located near the Sudety Mountains. It has a number of famous churches, several fascinating museums and an Old Town, enough to satisfy any visitor. As many as 11 charming parks ring the town...
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Legnica Poland Guide

Legnica Poland
Situated in an attractive region of Lower Silesia, Legnica (German: Liegnitz) is one of the first known Polish towns, though it now plays the role of a local provincial center. Legnica has two faces: it is an ancient city with a multicultural past and an abundance...
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Wroclaw Poland Guide

Wroclaw Market Square
The capital of Lower Silesia (Dolny Slask) has a huge Old Town built on several islands connected by over 100 bridges. Apart from its unique location, Wroclaw amazes with its volume of Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture. Several musical and theater festivals, as well...
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