Silesia – scenic mountains both for hikers and winter sport lovers, tranquil villages and little towns with a traditional architecture, spas.
Lesser Poland – spectacular mountains, the world's oldest operating salt mines, fantastic landforms in jurassic limestone, caves, historical monuments and cities.
Sub-Carpathia – wilderness, charming wooded mountains, extremely rich flora and fauna, historic cities and villages.
Masovia and Podlachia – Europe's largest natural forest, profusion of wildlife, bird-watcher's paradise, inland dunes, Warsaw.
Krakow – the most popular Polish city, "cultural capital" of Poland. For years considered by Poles to be the most beautiful city in their country - nowadays Krakow's became one of the largest tourism centers in Europe with millions of tourists from around the world annually.
Sights to see:
Visiting Oporow it is great opportunity to sightseeing picturesque Gothic knight’s castle. (located just 60 km from Warszawa)
The Torture Museum is a permanent exhibition of the Lubuskie Regional Museum is the Poland's biggest exhibition presenting history of the criminal law, system of penalties and torture methods from the Middle Ages till 18th century.
From the autumn of 1939 till autumn 1942 there was a complex of prisoner-of-war Nazi camps in Zagan and its neighbourhood. The camp known as Stalag VIIIC was the biggest camp in the 8th Military Divison of Nazi Germany's Wehrmacht.
Museum of Woldenberg POW Camp - In the Museum there are several thousands of showpieces presenting the life of prisoners of war: Polish officers kept in Offlag IIC Woldenberg, as well as the documents of the so called Polish Defend War in 1939.
Museum of Martyrology of Sonnenburg Concentration Camp - The government of Nazi Germany transformed the building of the former prison into the first concentration camp in Germany.
Oświęcim (Auschwitz in German), situated about 50 kilometers west of Kraków and 286 kilometers from Warsaw.