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Łódź with no doubt is a place that has so much to offer its citizens, and tourists. From a variety of interesting places, yet features for instance, well known in whole Poland “Manufacture”, the old industial part called “ Księży Młyn”, also Piotrkowska Street with such unique stony tenements. I strongly encourage people to visit Łódź to in person explore its real beauty.
Lubelskie is only 2.5 hours away from Warsaw. There is great history and two unique national parks (Roztoczanski National Park and Poleski National Park) and 17 landscape parks which makes the region of Lubelskie perfect for a few days excursions.
Kowal is a small town surrounded by a beautiful cluster of forests and lakes known as Gostynińsko-Włocławski Landscape Park. It is situated in the centre of Poland. There is only 150 km from Kowal to Warsaw, moreover, the road is very easy and quick thanks to the highway. One can also reach the Baltic Sea very easily from Kowal.
The unique architectural style “Brick Gothic“ is a phenomenon, which is not only omnipresent along the coasts of the Baltic Sea, but also throughout the surrounding inland regions.
It is a gem among Polish cities. Its presence on the first UNESCO World Heritage List is an eloquent testimony to the value of the thousand years of history.
Poland has a diversity in terrain; from the mountains, across the lakes, and to the sea. There are also four beautiful Polish seasons, which many countries would envy. Poland is definitely an attractive destination. The list of desirable, ‘must-see’ places should include not only Kraków, Gdańsk, Toruń and Warsaw, but also less known and captivating places like Kowal, Szczawnica, Bialowieza Forest or Bieszczady Mountains. At our web portal, we have a tourism section, where one can find information about all those interesting, unknown and see-worthy places. We will also publish our users’ favourite places, so you are most welcome to contribute to this section!