Visit the diverse and popular Tri-City and sightseeing the greatest attractions of Pomerania where the Teutonic Order built the largest brick castle in the world.
Take an adventurous trip to Krakow, famous for its beautiful old city. Drive a mining shaft deep into the earth to visit the amazing UNESCO salt mine and learn about the difficult history of the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz.
Take an adventurous trip to Wroclaw - city of meetings" proud of its 1000-year history, beautiful monuments and openness. See the mysterious, beautifully located Zamek Ksiaz and visit Giant Mountains whose landscape and nature have delighted tourists for over 200 years.
Visit the multicultural capital of Germany - Berlin, explore full of greenery Potsdam and rest actively on the largest tropical island in Europe. Choose for yourself which part of Brandenburg you like best.
Visit two interesting capitals and have fun in largest tropical island in Europe. Modern Warsaw in Poland, multicultural Berlin in Germany, and maybe Tropical Islands between them? Find out for yourself that you like most of all.
Take an adventurous trip to Krakow, famous for its beautiful old city. Drive a mining shaft deep into the earth to visit the amazing UNESCO salt mine, experience an unforgettable day at the amusement park and look at the highest Polish mountains Tatry.
Visit Prague called the “golden city”, go through the wonderful park of Saxon Switzerland, take a trip back in time in Dresden and explore the multicultural capital of Germany – Berlin.
It is hard to get bored in Bavaria. Wonderful Alpine panoramas, fun, a castle straight from Disney movies and a journey on the trail of mysteries and modernity of Munich are waiting for you.
Visit Krakow - the former Polish capital, learn about the difficult history in the former Auschwitz camp and fall in love in the located on the river Danube, elegant capital of Austria – Vienna.
Visit beautifully located Salzburg, where Mozart's talent developed, admire the "fjord" in the heart of the Bwarian Alps and find out why Vienna is considered the best city to live in the world.
A tour of the biggest attractions of Kujawy and Pomarania regions, where a "war" was played out for the dominance between the powerful Teutonic Order and affluent Gdansk merchants. The remains of it, however, are not destruction, but the highest world-class monuments located on the Vistula, the queen of Polish rivers
Krakow, the former capital, abounds in tourist attractions, but also its surroundings are among the most interesting places in Poland. During the trip you will see not only the city but also the famous salt mine, the Nazi concentration camp and the national park protecting fascinating rock formations
A romantic Krakow in the south of Poland awaits tourists with its historic architecture, the mysterious Wieliczka salt mine and mountain landscapes. It is a good proposition for those who want to both visit and spend time in nature during the trip
A tour around one of the biggest attractions in southern Poland. Krakow, the former capital of Poland with Wieliczka its monumental salt mine and the Bieszczadys, the wildest of the Polish mountains are all waiting to be discovered!
A trip to Krakow, considered to be the most beautiful city in Poland, combined with the discovery of the surrounding Lesser Poland land. It hides amazing landscapes, the highest mountains in Poland and the UNESCO salt mine
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