Corpus Christi celebrations in Łowicz: a step closer to UNESCO list
The procession of Corpus Christi in Łowicz has a chance of becoming the first Polish tradition on UNESCO’s list of intangible cultural heritage.
Warsaw Rising Museum
This place presents in an exceptional way the heroic rise of Poles against the Nazi army in Warsaw in 1944.
Pier in Sopot
This most famous promenade in Poland is fashionable among tourists as a place for meetings and walks, and the longest pier in Europe. It is the showcase of Sopot – a health resort situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea.
The summer residence of the Polish King Stanisław August Poniatowski is one of the most beautiful eighteenth-century palace and park complexes in Europe.
The monument decorated with bas-reliefs presents the story of life the Polish martyr, St. Adalbert.
Copernicus Science Centre
In the Copernicus Science Centre (CSC) in Warsaw, science is tested by means of direct experience and experiments.
The St. Dominic’s Fair in Gdańsk is one of the biggest cultural and trade events in Europe.
Chopin in Warsaw
Warsaw, where Fryderyk Chopin, the greatest Polish composer, spent his entire youth, commemorates the great Pole with the most modern biographical museum in Europe.
Chopin Museum in Żelazowa Wola
The place where the greatest Polish composer, Frederic Chopin, was born is located about 50 km west of Warsaw.
Steam is churning, wheels are turning
The steam locomotive shed in Wolsztyn is the only place in Europe from where one can travel in a train with a historical steam engine.
Hitler's secret headquarters
The Wolf's Lair is a complex of bunkers that during World War II served as Hitler's most important secret headquarters.
At home with the monarchs
Ever wanted to be a guest at a king’s great hall? You can make this happen at Poland’s four royal residences that offer free admission to their rich collections.
Seven most beautiful Polish castles
World's largest brick building made by human hands or a fortress with Hercules' Club are the main points of interest on the trail of Polish castles.
The Wilanów Palace, nowadays within the borders of Warsaw, is called the “Polish Versailles”.