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Entretenimiento en Polonia

Ciudades polacas

AB Poland Travel es un operador turístico para Polonia y Europa Central, especializado en tours y experiencias de viaje para grupos y viajeros independientes.

Las mejores ciudades de Polonia

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Varsovia

Visite Varsovia, una ciudad fascinante situada en el corazón de Polonia. Varsovia, la sede del gobierno de Polonia desde el siglo XVI, tiene una historia rica y tumultuosa. Casi completamente destruida durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, fue reconstruida con gran atención a los detalles y ahora es un próspero centro cultural, comercial y político.

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Cracovia

Visite Cracovia, una de las ciudades más famosa de Polonia con una historia increíble y muchos sitios que valen la pena visitar. ¡ Familiarícese con la historia de Polonia, leyendas sobre reyes y dragones, pruebe comida indescriptible !

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Lodz

Post-industrial city full of redbrick factories and Jewish history

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Torun

A gothic town of Nicolaus Copernicus and the best gingerbread in the world

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Breslavia

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Poznan

Bustling business and cultural center of the Wielkopolska region

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Triciudad

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Auschwitz

The biggest Nazi concentration camp and the primary symbol of the Holocaust

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Wieliczka

The most famous Salt Mine in the world visited by more than 1 million tourists yearly

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Zakopane

A town at the foot of the Tatra Mountains, known as “the Polish winter capital”

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Czestochowa

The main Catholic centre in Poland and a top destination of annual pilgrimages

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Gdynia

The most modern town of “Tricity”, an important seaport in the Bay of Gdansk

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Gdansk

A charming city on the Baltic coast, a former member of the Hanseatic League

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Sopot

Poland's most popular summer seaside resort with wonderful beaches

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Malbork

The biggest brick castle in the world built in the 13th century by the Teutonic order

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Wadowice

Hometown of the Polish Pope John Paul II

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Olsztyn

The capital of Warmia-Masuria Province, known as the "Garden of Nature"

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Lowicz

A small time in the Masovia region famous for its folklore art

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Hel

A seaside resort located on the tip of the Hel Peninsula

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Zalipie

A fairy-tale place with around 20 painted houses, known as the prettiest Polish village

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Kazimierz Dolny

A masterpiece of Polish renaissance architecture

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Lublin

The most important cultural and academic center of Eastern Poland

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Gniezno

The first capital of Poland and the formal seat of the Primate

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Bialowieza

National park located on the Polish-Belarussian border. The last primeval forest in Europe.

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