For so many years in the Soviet shadow, Poland was never able to fully realize its true tourism potential. But now, as an independent nation, it has blossomed. One of the most popular attractions in Warsaw, as in many other Baltic countries, is the city’s Old Town. But Warsaw’s Old Town is unique – it was almost totally reduced to rubble during World War II, and then meticulously reconstructed during the Communist era, often by following old photographs. Today the old center of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw, Poznan, Bialystok
Old Town, Warsaw Uprising Museum, The Church of the Virgin Mary, Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Branicki Palace