Blessed with a wealth of natural attractions and marvels of engineering, Poland plays a chief role in worldwide tourism. In fact, tourism is a major income source for the country. Torun, Poznan, Wroclaw, Warsaw, and Lublin are the few known cities of Poland. Rivers, lagoons, and mountains are spread in the cities, thereby making them beautiful.
Though several cities were ruined during the war, a notable number of historic splendors are still left in Poland, as the citizens have meticulously remodeled their ancient hubs. Old Town, Gdansk, Zamosc, and Zakopane afford a peak into the country’s medieval backgrounds. Malbork Castle is one such place, where you can plunge into the historical era.
In Poland, the most prominent and holy place is the Jasna Gora in Czestochowa, a grand monastery, holding the incredible emblem of the Black Madonna. Also, try to visit the other vital spiritual spots like Church of Peace, Chapel of Skulls, and Wawel Cathedral.
Both local residents and tourists can enjoy their vacation with various entertaining activities like a boat ride from Zegluga Augustowska, bike tour at Krakow, ride in Mt. Kasprowy Wierch Cable Car, a nature and wildlife tour, or a visit to the Spa Park. The Street Art festival, Mozart Festival (a musical concert), Lodz Ballet Meetings (a dance show), and St. Dominic’s Fair are events that will entertain a weary traveler.
Shoppers can hunt for interesting things in Poland. You can browse through stuff at western-style complex & malls, trendy boutiques, and family stores or traditional bazaars. Pick out gift items for your loved ones while returning from Poland. Polish dining sets are very popular gifting items. They look brilliant and adorn the dining tables of many food lovers.