The historical capital of Poland and the region of Mazovia. It is home to the oldest operating school in the country, Marshal Stanisław Małachowski High School, also known as Małachowianka, as well as Poland’s longest river pier!
The city is often referred to as a gem of the national cultural heritage and visited annually by over 14 million people from throughout the world. Our recommendations? Explore the art collection in the Princes Czartoryski Museum and search for traces of recent history in Nowa Huta.
One of the most dynamically developing European cities, oriented towards the future, yet rich in history. The Royal Castle, the Old Town, the Palace of Culture and Science, Copernicus Science Centre and the Vistula boulevards are only a few of the many attractions awaiting visitors to the Polish capital.
It is a city with over 1,000 years of history, Poland’s largest city on the Baltic Sea and one of the major ports on the Baltic Sea. Attractions in Gdansk abound throughout the year. We recommend in particular the European Solidarity Centre, but be open and creative and you will surely find a lot of fascinating things to do in Gdansk.
The European Capital of Culture 2016 is teeming with life. Apart from the famous Market Square in the Old Town, you can explore the unique Panorama of the Battle of Racławice or visit the Afrykanarium, a modern aquarium that delights all generations of visitors.