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 Planning a short visit to Poland? Why not get to know the city you are going to stay in and the nearby tourist attractions? We can offer you a nice selection of city tours that start from major Polish cities. It is the perfect solution for those who have limited time to see Poland and want to make the most of it.

The capital city, located in east-central Poland, is not only worth visiting in and of itself, but also makes the perfect starting point for excursions. It is known as the “Phoenix City”, as throughout history it has survived many wars and conflicts.It was almost completely destroyed during World War II and rebuilt from rubble. The Historic Center of Warsaw is one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Nowadays it is ranked among the most liveable cities in Central Europe.

Once a Stone Age settlement, nowadays the second most important city of Poland, its former capital and probably the most popular Polish tourist destination. It used to be the seat of Polish kings and it is a major academic and artistic center. Enjoy the magical atmosphere of the Old Town, have a taste of nightlife in Kraków or discover the nearby tourist attractions. Kraków is the perfect starting point for excursions to Auschwitz, Wieliczka or the Tatra Mountains.

Gdańsk is a major Polish seaport and city located on the Baltic coast. Along with the city of Gdynia and the famous seaside resort of Sopot, it forms the so-called Tricity. You can clearly see traits of the Polish and the Prusso-German rule in its architecture. Gdańsk also enjoyed some periods of autonomy as a “free city”. It is world-famous for being the birthplace of the Solidarity movement. It is also the perfect place for relaxing and amber shopping.

Łódź is recognized worldwide for the National Film School, where Andrzej Wajda and Roman Polański took their first steps in the film industry. It was once a small town, which grew rapidly due to the development in the cloth industry. During World War II Łódź was renamed Litzmannstadt and the big Jewish population was forced into the Łódź Ghetto. Łódź experienced prosperity in the socialist era and decline after the fall of communism. It is a city of contrasts, which has witnessed social inequality.

A vibrant Old Town, over 130 picturesque bridges, beautiful churches, lots of little dwarf figurines that inhabit the city, remains of Festung Breslau bunkers – Wrocław has definitely a lot to offer. Throughout history the city was influenced by Polish, Austrian, German, Hungarian and Bohemian cultures , which makes it different from other Polish cities. As a result of border changes after World War II, Wrocław became part of Poland.

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