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Home to the nation’s capital and biggest city of Warsaw, Central Poland is the entry point for most travelers who arrive in the country by air. Industrial Lodz, the second biggest city, is here too, almost exactly at the country’s middle. Poznan and Torun are also popular with tourists, each boasting very pretty Old Town areas. Kampinos National Park, Poland’s second-largest, covers about 150 square miles. It's within easy reach of Warsaw and is a great site for hiking, cycling and skiing.
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- ByCulture TripPlaces That All History Fans Must Visit In WarsawFrom a splendid 17th century capital to virtual annihilation during World War II, Warsaw has a rich but often tragic history. Stunning royal palaces stand in stark contrast to socialist blocks of flats and monuments to the thousands who fell during 20th century battles, creating a modern day city that is virtually unrivaled in the stories it tells about the past. Read More: https://theculturetrip.com/europe/poland/articles/10-places-that-all-history-fans-must-visit-in-warsaw/10 items
- ByAirfarewatchdogCentral Europe's Best City for Frugal TravelersWith other Central European cities like Berlin, Krakow, and Prague often hogging the tourism limelight, Warsaw may not always receive the attention it deserves. But with a slew of new cultural attractions opening in recent years, along with affordable hotels, and some of the best comfort food in the region, Poland’s capital is a smart choice for frugal travelers. Yes, your dollar already goes far in Warsaw. Here’s how to make it go further.16 items