Top 30 recreational sites to visit in Poland

  • Zakopane

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    Zakopane is a town in the extreme south of Poland. It is a popular destination for mountaineering, skiing, and tourism. Zakopane lies in a valley between the Tatra Mountains and Gubałówka Hill. Popular tourist activity is taking a stroll through the town's most popular street: Krupówki.
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  • Sopot

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    Sopot is a major resort town and a part of the metropolitan area of Tricity. The main landmarks of Sopot include Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street, Sopot Pier, Balneotherapy Centre, and the Sopot beach.
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  • Świnoujście

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    Świnoujście is a city in Western Pomerania and seaport on the Baltic Sea and Szczecin Lagoon, located in the extreme north-west of Poland. It has the widest sandy beach in Poland. The sights worth visiting include the 170-year-old Spa Park and the Museum of Deep Sea Fishing and the Eastern Fort.
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  • Jeziorsko

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    Jeziorsko is a dam reservoir on the Warta River, the largest reservoir and retention basin in the Lodz region. It is a great place for relaxation, hiking, and water sport activities.
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  • Kołobrzeg

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    Kołobrzeg, is a port city in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in north-western Poland. It provides a unique combination of a seaside resort, health resort, an old town full of historic monuments and tourist entertainment options.
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  • Jelenia Góra

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    Jelenia Góra is a historic city in southwestern Poland. The central suburb of Jelenia Góra possesses many historical and architectural structures of great significance, including the 17th-century Town Hall, baroque churches and a restored central marketplace as well as parks and gardens.
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  • Zemborzyckie

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    Lake Zemborzyckie is a retention and recreation reservoir on the Bystrzyca River. There are recreation centers that offer rental of water sports equipment, mountain bikes and water bikes. In winter, the frozen surface is used by ice skaters.
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  • Bieszczady Mountains

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    Bieszczady Mountains is a mountain range that runs from the extreme south-east of Poland and north-east of Slovakia through to western Ukraine. It is a part of the Outer Eastern Carpathians.
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  • Suntago - Park of Poland

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    Suntago Park of Poland is a spacious and modern leisure park in central Poland. It is the largest covered water park in Poland and Europe. It is split into 3 themed zones: Jamango, Relax and Sauntaria.
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  • Krynica Morska

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    Krynica Morska is a resort town on the Vistula Spit in northern Poland. It is the main tourist destination on the Vistula Spit. The town is surrounded by evergreen pine and beech forests, with long sandy beaches and high white dune hills that offer stunning views of the Baltic Sea.
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  • Giżycko

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    Giżycko is a popular summer tourist destination in Masurian Lake District. It is home to many historical monuments, including a 14th-century Teutonic castle.
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  • Ustka

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    Ustka is a popular summer holiday destination and a fishing port on the south coasts of the Baltic. There are two sand beaches, separated by the river Słupia.
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  • Mielno

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    Mielno is a coastal resort town located on a spit between the Baltic Sea and Jamno lake. It is a well-known tourist destination with sandy beaches.
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  • Ciechocinek

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    Ciechocinek is a unique spa town in north-central Poland, known for its saline graduation towers that are used for curing various diseases.
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  • Śniardwy

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    Śniardwy is the largest lake in Poland. It covers 113.8 square kilometers. There are eight islands on the Śniardwy lake. It is connected with other lakes by the system of canals known as Kanały Mazurskie. Together, they form the Polish Masurian Lake District.
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  • Mikolajki

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    Mikołajki is a resort town in north-eastern Poland. It is located near the Śniardwy, the largest lake in both the Masurian Lake District and Poland. Ice sailing in winter is an especially popular attraction in the town.
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  • Mragowo

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    Mrągowo is a resort town located near lake Czos in northeastern Poland. It is known for its annual Country Picnic, held since 1982. Mrągowo is a popular tourist and vacation center with plenty of green spaces and walking routes.
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  • JuraPark Bałtów

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    Jura Park Bałtów is a tourist complex located in the village of Bałtów. The main element of the park is life-size dinosaur reconstructions. The complex also offers Bałtów Animal Park, rafting on the Kamienna river, an amusement park, horseback riding, and other attractions.
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  • Lądek-Zdrój

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    Lądek-Zdrój, known in English as Landek, is a spa town situated in southwestern Poland. It is a picturesque spa town with rich historical architecture, numerous sanatoriums, parks and gardens, including an arboretum, considered one of the oldest spa towns in Poland.
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  • Uniejów

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    Uniejów is a spa town known for its Thermal Park which consists of a number of both outdoor and indoor thermal pools. Also, there is a 14th-century castle with a landscape park, regarded as one of the best-preserved parks of central Poland.
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  • Siwa Polana

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    Siwa Polana - located at an altitude of 910-935 meters above sea level, a mid-forest clearing on the edge of the Western Tatras. It is the starting point for exploring the Chocholowska Valley. It is a beautiful place for hiking and cycling.
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  • Nałęczów

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    Nałęczów is a spa town situated in Lublin Voivodeship, eastern Poland. Notable landmarks include the 18th-century baroque-classicist Małachowski Palace and a park and resort complex dating from the 18th-19th centuries.
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  • Park Miniatur Zabytków Dolnego Śląska w Kowarach

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    Miniature Park in Kowary is a tourist attraction containing miniature buildings from Lower Silesia. The presented buildings include churches, castles, palaces, old towns, town halls, mountain hostels, etc. The miniatures are copies of real objects with all the details.
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  • Jarosławiec

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    Jarosławiec is a village close to one of the most beautiful beaches of the Polish Coast. The Health resort & Medical SPA "Panorama Morska" in Jarosławiec is a recreational compound with an area of 10 hectares. The biggest attraction is a large water park open all year.
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  • Nyskie Lake

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    Nyskie Lake is a reservoir constructed on the Nysa Kłodzka river in Poland in 1971. By the lake, a hydroelectric power plant is located.
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  • Lake Ukiel

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    Lake Ukiel is a lake in Poland which is located on Pojezierze Olsztyńskie, in the northwest part of Olsztyn. There are pensions, hotels and a municipal beach.
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  • Lake Jamno

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    Jamno is a lake in northern Poland, close to the Baltic Sea. The lake is popularly used for sailing.
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  • Park Miniatur Olszowa

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    Park Miniatur Olszowa is a miniature park, located in the village of Olszowa. The facility is a private venture and built on the grounds of a former horse farm and covering an area of about 2.5 hectares. Religious buildings from Poland, Italy, Portugal, France and Israel are presented in the park.
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  • Białe Augustowskie

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    Białe Augustowskie - is a ribbon lake in Augustów. The lakeside is well developed with numerous bays and spits. There are four islands in the lake.
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  • Licheńskie Lake

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    Licheńskie Lake is a small lake in central Poland known as Jezioro Licheńskie in Polish. It is a classic plostglacial ribbon lake with a strongly developed shoreline. The banks of the lake, which are mostly steep, are largely surrounded by forests.
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