In Poland, Krakow Balice and Katowice Pyrzowice might be treated as 2 of the most important airports for the national economy.
To be honest just airports in the capital city, and maybe Wroclaw and Gdansk, are more significant to the national well-being. Continue reading
Wieliczka Salt Mine, which belongs to one of the superior attractions along Poland, offers the fascinating tourist track for visitors from all around the world. Although the lenght of the entire salt mine is around three hundred kilometers, guests are normally guided around 3,5 km of varying, engrossing spots and attractions inside 65-135 meters subsurface. Continue reading
The exhibition settled in Malopolska region, in the Oświęcim town, creates the well-deserved remembrance where you would discover the German concentration camps Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II – Birkenau. The terrible history of the killings performed in that place during World Word the 2nd is memorized in the museum. Opened in middle of XIX century, the museum is scattered in different important sections. The whole area is arranged on the 191m wide ground. Continue reading
Auschwitz Birkenau concentration and extermination camp is currently the alone past Nazi prison enclosed to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. The camp is set in the Oświęcim town about 2 hours from the City of Krakow. Continue reading
It is a well-known spot of inheritance to dozens generations of miners and their families. Continue reading
About 16 kilometers far away from city of Krakow, Ojcow National Park is placed in the Jurrasic Krakow Częstochowa Upland. Despite the fact it’s one of the smallest Polish national parks, the charm of its scenery can’t be exaggerated. Continue reading
The camp belongs to one of the largest Nazi concentration and extermination camps, operating between 1940 and 1945, currently treated as a symbolisation of the Holocaust process. The concentration camp was brought to life from 1940 till 1945 not long after Poland was joined by the German Nazis and right away was the central point of massive wipeout of mostly Jews. some other victims came from Republic of Poland, Soviet Republic but also many other areas. Continue reading