Top 16 towns 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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  • Cieszyn

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    Cieszyn is a border town in southern Poland. In 1920 Cieszyn Silesia was divided between Poland and Czechoslovakia. The larger part of the town joined Poland as Cieszyn. The smaller western suburbs became part of Czechoslovakia as a new town called Český Těšín. Three bridges connect the twin towns.
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  • Sandomierz

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    Sandomierz is one of the oldest and historically most significant towns in Poland. The most notable landmarks are the Royal Castle, Cathedral Basilica, Jan Długosz House, cathedral bell tower, Collegium Gostomianum, Old Town with the town hall in the middle.
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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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  • Pszczyna

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    Pszczyna is a town in southern Poland. It is worth visiting because of the Old Town, with the layout dating back to the Middle Ages, Pszczyna Castle and the historical Park of Pszczyna.
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  • Tykocin

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    Tykocin is a small town near the Białystok city and one of the oldest settlements in the region. Main toursit attractions are Tykocin Royal Castle and the Baroque Tykocin Synagogue, which is one of the best preserved in Poland from that period.
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Złoty Stok

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    Złoty Stok is a town in south-western Poland. The name Złoty Stok means "golden hillside" in Polish and is a reference to the fact that a gold deposit was mined here in the Middle Ages. There are a number of historical monuments in the town, including a museum of gold mining and metallurgy.
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