A holiday in Poland can be as complete as you want it to be. A visit to the Polish city of Krakow is very pleasant. This was the capital of Poland with over 6,000 historical monuments and architecture. The center of town is Rynek Glownuy with the big cloth hall where you will find the large tourist market and the National Museum of the Polish paintings. The citadel of Cracow in Wawel is located just outside the city center, it is well worth a visit as is the rest of the city. Another attraction is the Wieliczka salt mine, 700 years old and still operating. Auschwitz was a concentration camp during WWII. Though it is not a cheerful landmark, it's an impressive day trip for both young and old .
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you can enjoy numerous lakes, dense forests and tree-covered hills. The great outdoors is not just for the hearts of nature lovers. You will also find here several historic buildings, including an impressive medieval castle and a lock.
Nature lovers will enjoy a visit to one of the national parks as Babia Gora National Park or Bialowieza National Park. The Babia Gora Park is located in the Beskid Zyqiecki with the highest peak of 1725m. You will find nature, forest fruit in the wilderness, but also many slopes. Bialowieski park is protected by UNESCO. There is a primeval forest, and the Orlowka river divides the park into two parts. These parks offer wonderful hiking and biking opportunities. In the last park the trees are 500 years old and 43 meters high. Nature, when it comes to flora and fauna, is well represented here.
An active holiday in winter is popular in Poland. You can find beautiful skiing opportunities in the Giant Mountains in Szklarska Poreba and Karpacz, in the Iron Mountains in Swieradow Zdroj, at Czarna Gora, in the Beskids in Szczyrk and of course Zakopane in the High Tatras. Zakopane is the most famous winter sports destination, nationally and internationally. You will find everything for an active holiday in winter (and summer). Activities such as snowmobile riding, skiing and snowboarding, cross country skiing and a spa visit. In addition, you can eat here, you can enjoy the après ski in a cozy atmosphere. Although it is quite touristy, the village atmosphere is still preserved here. From the holiday homes in Lower Silesia
you will find a few interesting ski resorts such as in Karkonosze. Here are as many as 100 km of cross-country ski tracks and 30 km of ski slopes. The largest ski resort of Lower Silesia is Karpacz. This ski resort has several challenging slopes and lifts. The Polish people will warmly welcome you, all this for an even better holiday.