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Towns and other places to visit in Poland

On this page you can see all the places I have been to. I will describe them one by one. These will be my thoughts, memories, subjective feelings. I want to share with you my experience, my photos, little tips. Maybe one day, you will want to visit Poland and these notes will help you with that. On this page I will describe different places in Poland such as bigger or smaller towns, villages, churches, open-air museums, castles and palaces. Descriptions of the larges cities like Warsaw, Krakow, Białystok or Gdańsk, you will find on the page with cities.

a woman is standing in front of a palace with white walls

Topacz Castle

a woman is standing in a palace park, behind her there is a palace

Wojanów Palace

an interior of a wooden church, rows of pews

Jawor Church

a wooden altar, with a lot of saint figures, a boy is standing in front of it

Świdnica Church

a salt hall with 5 chandeliers, lots of tourists, salt floor and walls

"Wieliczka" Salt Mine

an icon of a Christ


a main square with a yellow church


a blue peasant hut

Sierpc - Open-air Museum

cemetery surrounded by forest, place of execution of people from World War II


n the fog at a very high altitude hangs an attraction for tourists in the form of a drop-shaped net




people standing on the bridge, behind them Castle

Malbork Castle

a huge monument commemorating the soldiers who died defending Westerplatte


the other side of the castle, a pond in the foreground

Muskau Park

a wooden tower belonging to the wooden building

Olsztynek - Open-air Museum

a white windmill at the end of the breakwater, black and white picture


interior of sanctuary with main altar, there is a lot of people inside

Święta Lipka, Reszel

sunset by the sea

Rewal, Trzęsacz

two boys in front of a big brown model of butterfly, behind them is a lighthouse


a view from the top of the tower on cathedral hill


a huge castle with many towers, and a fountain in front of it

Moszna Castle

the main gate of the former Nazi Auschwitz camp with the inscription Arbeit macht frei


a small, white castle surrounded by a moat

Kórnik Castle

Polish map outline and website address
If you have any questions,
please write to me
Agnieszka Rybczyńska


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