The Polish capital, a bustling metropolis and at the same time the city with a unique history. Destroyed during World War II, rebuilt thanks to the efforts of the entire nation. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The museum of birthplace of Fryderyk Chopin and Park in Zelazowa Wola, located 55 km from Warsaw. It has for years been the Polish composer's most famous place of worship, frequently visited by tourists and music lovers from Poland and abroad.
The monastery complex of the Pauline Order in Czestochowa with the holy image of Our Lady of Czestochowa - the Polish historical monument and one of the most important places of Marian devotion and the most important place of pilgrimage for Catholics in Poland.
The Royal City of Krakow (Cracow), the former capital of Poland, one of the most beautiful Polish cities, with more than 1.000-year tradition.
The former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz - Birkenau, where claimed the lives of 1.5 million people. The only Nazi camp on the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The “Wieliczka” Salt Mine is one of the most valuable monuments in Poland. Each year it is visited by more than one million tourists from all over the world. It is also a world class monument featuring on the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.