Attractions

Regional Attractions

Krakow

A  city where history is still alive. Kraków, filled with monuments, culture and legends, has attracted visitors from all over the world for centuries. It’s the former capital of capital of Poland

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Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum

Former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp

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Wieliczka Salt Mine

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Poland, the Wieliczka Salt Mine is a true gem that is visited by over 1.2 million people every year.

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Lesser Poland

In Małopolska you will find everything you need – beautiful cities, magnificent monuments and unique architecture, historically important places, picturesque villages and open-air museums, national parks, majestic mountain ranges and bicycle routes, as well as tasty, regional cuisine.

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The Carpathian Mountains

These beautiful mountains located in central Europe, between the Alps in the west and the Caucasus in the east, constitute the highest mountain chain between the above-mentioned ranges.

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Zakopane

Zakopane is one of the most famous mountain tourism centres in Poland.

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Bochnia Salt Mine

The Bochnia Salt Mine offers a number of attractions, many of which may appeal to younger tourists.

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EnergyLandia amusement park

EnergyLandia has several attractions that break WORLD records for size and speed.

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Pieniny Mountains

One of the greatest attractions of the Pieniny Mountains is the traditional rafting down the Dunajec River gorge

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The Krakow-Czestochowa Highland

The Kraków-Częstochowa Highland, also known as the Jura, is an incredibly rich touristic area. The main highlight is the Ojców National Park, which is the smallest of its kind in Poland.

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