A Great Sense Of History In Krakow

15th January 2012

Within a relatively short period of time after Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated in 1945, people were coming to see for themselves the horrors that happened here. Almost everything in Auschwitz I and Auschwitz-Birkenau is on show [Read More..]

Information About Poland

17th June 2010

Poland is rapidly emerging as a major European tourist destination, and rightly so considering its huge variety of landscape and rich cultural heritage. Poland is particularly known for its many beautiful lakes and parks, and [Read More..]

Information About Poznan

28th January 2012

Poznań is Poland’s fifth largest city an important centre of trade, industry,  education and international trade fairs. Poznań has many historical and cultural sights, especially in the ‘Old Town’. The Stary Browar shopping center contains [Read More..]

Information About Krakow

17th June 2010

Often considered to be Poland’s cultural capital, Krakow was the European Capital of Culture in the year 2000, and attracts up to seven million visitors a year. Dozens of parks and gardens, numerous landscape buildings, [Read More..]

Information About Gdansk

17th June 2010

Gdansk is Poland’s principal seaport, situated on the Baltic sea, along with the nearby spa town of Sopot. An ancient and historic port, Gdansk boasts many fine period buildings, and offers excellent access to the [Read More..]

Information About Warsaw

17th June 2010

Poland’s capital, Warsaw is a major tourist attraction in its own right, and offers a rich and fascinating experience for any visitor. A splendid variety of architectural styles, from gothic all the way through to [Read More..]