In Poland you will find beautiful and interesting cities, each with its traditions and stories.

Warsaw, the present capital city, destroyed almost entirely during the Second World War, has risen like phoenix from the ashes. There were few to think it could return among the living and become a true heart of the country, administrative, cultural and business centre. It is a place vibrant with energy, where life goes on 24/7. It is easy to fall in love with Cracow, with its splendid architecture, fabulous atmosphere, legends, churches and palaces. The bugle called played every hour from the tower of St. Mary’s church on the Main Market Square is a witness of the 1000 years long history of the city and Kazimierz, the old Jewish quarter, with its creative spirit, today attracts many artists and students. Gdansk, located on the Baltic sea, on the crossing of ancient trade routes, has become one of the richest port cities. Nowadays famous for being the centre of amber trade and a place where the “Solidarity” movement with Lech Walesa as its leader, was born to change the future history of Central and Eastern Europe. Wroclaw, the capital of Lower Silesia region, called Venice of the North, enchants with is picturesque location on various rivers, with its Old Town, historic churches and over 100 bridges.