Pruszkow Poland Guide

Pruszkow Sokol Palace
Pruszkow (Pruszków) is a sizable town by the Utata river, on the west side of Warsaw. It is one of the most significant industrial centers in Masovia as well as a very important sport and recreation center. Post-war Pruszkow lost its former value and became Warsaw’s...
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Karpacz Poland Guide

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 permanent inhabitants....
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Hvar Croatia Guide

Hvar Croatia
Part of the central Dalmatian archipelago, Hvar is the longest island in Croatia, known for its lavender fields, hillside vineyards, and delicious delicacies from the Adriatic Sea. In between wandering the ancient marble streets, exploring the beaches and discovering the hidden underwater caves, you can...
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Mikolajki Poland Guide

Mikolajki Poland
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”. Well-known as host to many summertime regattas, it attracts thousands of sailing enthusiasts every year. Another magnet for...
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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's an ancient city with a multicultural past and many historical sites,...
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