Krakow Piasek and Nowy Swiat Guide

Emeryk Hutten Czapski Museum Krakow
Wawel Krakow Piasek, known as Garbary until the 19th century, is west of the Old Quarter of Krakow. Frequent invasion and a lack of fortifications to prevent them hindered its development in the past. A number of settlements with independent jurisdictions existed between Garbary and...
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Bytom Poland Guide

Bytom Poland
Bytom is most often associated with steel mills and coal mines. Only a few know that this place is also famous for its beautiful architecture and victories of local sportsmen. The city’s developing infrastructure allows tourists for an active rest and nature reserves give them...
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Bielsko-Biala Poland Guide

Bielsko-Biala Poland
Bielsko-Biala Poland Being a relatively large town, an important administrative and a cultural center, Bielsko-Biala (Bielsko-Biała) is exceptionally attractive as a base for your next vacation. The nearby mountains, some of them lying within the town’s suburban area, the many green areas and the well-developed skiing infrastructure...
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Rzeszow Poland Guide

Rzeszow Town Sqaure
Rzeszow Poland Rzeszow (Rzeszów), the capital of the Subcarpathian Voivodeship, combines a small-town charm with its role as the economic and cultural center of south-eastern Poland. Life is good in Rzeszow of the Aviation Valley, the largest industrial technological cluster in Poland that concentrates more...
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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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Wloclawek Poland Guide

Wloclawek Poland
Wloclawek Poland Wloclawek (Włocławek, pronounced vwah-swav-ek) is a city in central Poland. It's best known for its many interesting historical monuments, museums, nature parks and clubs. The city’s famous landmarks include: Copernicus Square, the famous Diocesan Museum with artworks by Guercino, Caravaggio and Dürer, the...
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Tychy Poland Guide

Tychy Poland
Tychy Poland Aside from the large Fiat car plant and the beer brewery brewing the famous “Tyskie” brand, Tychy is known for its many parks, which is somewhat surprising for a Silesian city. However, while one can't but help notice the ugly, big Soviet era blocks...
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