Carpathian Mountain Range
Carpathian Mountains are the highest mountain ranges in Central Europe, through which the southern borders of Poland are defined, and they are a beacon for hikers, cyclists, and skiers, as the region contains hills and ridges full of trees, and despite its distance yet it is It managed to maintain its popular and traditional roads compared to the rest of Poland.
Krakow Old Town
Krakow contains many historical and beautiful landmarks that have made the region a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among its most important tourist sites are the following:
- Needle-like St. Mary’s Church towers.
- The cobbled alleys.
- The large market square.
- The town hall dating back to the middle of the Middle Ages.
Auschwitz is one of the places worth visiting in Poland, as it contains exhibitions dating the death camp and the atrocities committed against minorities, and it is mentioned that this museum is a memorial to the Nazi Holocaust, and it can be said that it recalls the horrors of the Nazi regime in Europe .
Malbork Castle is one of the charming monuments in Poland, which dates back to the Middle Ages, and the castle is characterized by its high walls, towers, a large fortress, and high gates, and its construction was completed in 1406 AD, and it is indicated that it is the largest built fortress Of the brick in the world, used by both Teutonic Knights and the rulers of Prussia over the centuries.
Other tourist places
There are many tourist places in Poland, including the following:
- Masurian District: It is considered one of the best tourist places in Poland, as it is famous for its lakes, which provides its visitors with the opportunity to practice many types of water sports such as swimming, fishing.
- Podhale Region.
- Zakopane (English: Zakopane).
- Peninsula Hill: The Hel Peninsula is classified as one of the most beautiful places in all of Poland, especially for beach aficionados.