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Market Square Krakow, Poland
Market Square Krakow
Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Warsaw Old Market Place, Poland
Warsaw Old Market Place
Wawel Castle Krakow, Poland
Wawel Castle Krakow
Basilica of Our Lady of Lichen Church, Poland
Basilica of Our Lady of Lichen Church
Bialowieza National Park, Poland
Bialowieza National Park

Poland Tours Holidays

The written history of Poland is available from 10th century. This was the time when its ruler accepted Christianity. They were able to preserve their identity in mediaeval times even when Poland was dealing with enemies. This country formed a union with Lithuania and it lasted for four centuries. This was the time when Poland became a strong nation. Germans and soviet attacked this country in World War II and more than 6 million Polish were killed and above 2.5 million were transported for labor by Germans. Poland became a part of European Union in 2004 and developed its economy. Its capital is Warsaw and currency is Polish Zloty.:

Poland's famous tourist attractions are the following:

Market Square Krakow: There is a long list of historical buildings, which makes it difficult for the first time tourist to decide from where to start. People on Poland Tour can start their journey from Florinska facing towards Church of St. Mary. You can go inside of the church by paying a small amount of fee. This building was built by two legends who constructed this building of uneven towers. In the southern part, two more churches are there, Sw. Wojciech and St. Adalbert. This church has 1000 years old history and is still a place for worship. You will see cloth hall, a sculpture of giant head and underground museum over there.

Wieliczka Salt Mine: Tourists are amazed to see this underground Wieliczka Salt Mine. You need to take a ticket to enter this place; ticket comes with a validity of 2 hours. Remember that your tour will not end at the eating point. If you have taken a guided tour, they will take you to underground museum. Tourists coming on Poland Travel are advised to wear comfortable shoes, as you need to walk a lot. 380 Descending stairs will take you 64 m underground. You will see St. Kinga’s Chapel and a museum, which has 16 chambers. Two 19th century paintings are there. You will come back by using an ancient lift.

Warsaw Old Market Place: This is the center of the old town and has several buildings from 16th and 17th century. Most of these buildings were destroyed in the world War two. Presently this town enjoys a reputation in the UNESCO world Heritage sites. This old town was built in 13th and 14 the century and says a lot about its golden age.

Wawel Castle Krakow: This palace dates back to 16the century; initially King Boleslaw built a small building to live, which was changed into a castle by Casimir III the great. Prussian and Austrians harmed the originality of this place and ruined the original Gothic castle. After the World War I, restoration started which was completed until World War II.

Basilica of Our Lady of Lichen Church: This is the largest Basilica of Our Lady of Lichen church. According to data, more than 2 million tourists pay a visit every year. Its tower is 142 m tall and central hall is 98 m. This is among the largest churches of the world. Travelers coming on a Poland Holiday are mesmerized to see its natural beauty and historical buildings.

Bialowieza National Park: This park covers an area of 10 517, 27 ha and established in 1932. It houses 120 species of birds along with 52 mammal species. You will find more than 3 thousand cryptogams and 809 plants species. This national park also has 8 thousand invertebrates and 283 lichen species. European Bison is the symbol of this national park. This is the only natural property listed by UNESCO World Heritage Sites and enhancing the Poland Tourism in manyfolds.