Gdańsk – an important point on the tourist map of the world. Its fascinating history is like a magnet, with majestic architecture, sea, beach and amber, but above all the spirit of liberty. It is here, in Gdańsk, a movement was born under the charismatic leadership of Lech Walesa which led to the fall of communism in Europe.
Gdańsk – centuries ago a powerful storehouse for Europe and trade destination for travelling merchants, attracted by famous granaries filled with all types of goods. Today it is an important point on the tourist map of the world.
The 4th World Gdańsk Reunion will take place on 25-27 July 2014.
The Museum of the Second World War was formed on 26 November 2008. Gdańsk, the city where the war broke out, was selected to be the seat of the institution. The Museum’s future home is being built at Wałowa Street near the centre of the city. Its opening is being planned for 2016.
A new museum was opened on April 12, 2014 in the heart of Poznan. The Poznan Croissant Museum is situated inside a historic tenement building in the Old Market Square and offers fantastic views of the City Hall Tower with its legendary mechanical fighting goats.
Visiting Poznan will be even better value than normal on the weekend of the 3rd and 4th of May. That’s when the 7th edition of Half Price Poznan will take place.
Jelenia Gora was one of the cities hosting this year’s 11th World Winter Olympics of Polish Communities – Karkonosze 2014. Today, we would like to show you one more beautiful place worth to visit – The Pearl of the West.
On 4th and 6th April Kolobrzeg invites to a special weekend “Kolobrzeg for the 50%”.
Jelenia Gora is one of the cities hosting this year’s 11th World Winter Olympics of Polish Communities – Karkonosze 2014. Today, we would like to invite you for a short walk around this beautiful city and its surroundings.