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Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Poland

Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Poland

Oct 18, 2013

Poland is a European country which is situated near the Baltic Sea. It has more than 38 million people living in the amazing country. Its attraction doesn’t stop at the nature but exceeds towards the variety of cultures and traditions that are always a pleasure to participate in. Poland’s history is amazing, constituting of its historically important cities with beauty lying in the huge palaces and amazing people with great hospitable nature. As a visitor one can never forget the respect one can get from this country whether staying at the hotel, doing shopping or camping. One will always remember the exquisiteness experience from visiting the lakes, forests or hills etc. Top 5 Tourist destinations: 5. Wieliczka Salt Mine: In Poland’s city Krakow, lays an underground “Wieliczka Salt Mine”, which is considered to be one of the oldest companies not just in the country but also in the world. Its famous appeal is due to the table salt that was produced by this company till 2007. Many people call it “the Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland.” Here also lies a chapel where many functions like marriages took place. Some part of the movie “the Ascent of Man” was also shot here. This is the only salt mine in the world that is a part of the UNESCO’s “World Heritage List” in 1978.(image by AudreyH). 4. Bialowieza Forest: Another of the Poland’s great place to be visited by the tourists or even the locals is the Bialowieza Forest . Here the tourists can visit by whatever means they please including either walking on foot or using horse carriages. It is considered to be the mixed forest where one can find many varieties of animals and plants (fauna and flora).It is called by the name Belovezhskaya pushcha by UNESCO and other people. Being a nature lover, the tourist will be much amused by the species of plants that are protected here. 3. Warsaw’s old market place Warsaw is the capital of the country, Poland. This market place was founded in the last half of the 13th century. Although the original market place was destroyed during the WW-II but later it was rebuilt in very small amount...