As one host Euro 2012, Poland had been first known by the traveler as a beautiful country with a diverse city, complete with buildings typical of Eastern Europe.
Not only are there a variety of buildings with attractive landscapes, cities in Poland also offers a wide array of outstanding natural beauty. So if you are very dear to the Poles are not along the beautiful cities.
Here are some interesting attractions you can visit during his visit to Poland in addition to watching the European Cup in 2012,
Krakow is one of the best tourist attractions in Europe. Most tourists lured by a magical atmosphere and the architectural beauty of this city. In Krakow, you can see a medieval cathedral, castle, Renaissance, Baroque churches, Art Nouveau theater and other monuments.
Although fairly old town with a variety of monuments and museums, including the city of Krakow is also the city that have been in contact with the modern lifestyle. Here there are various bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants are always crowded with tourists.
Renowned as the Maritime city in Poland, the city of Gdansk has a gentle climate and beautiful beaches. Gdansk Old town area is a must-see attraction while in the city Gdansk.
In Gdansk you can down a variety of typical building of classical Eastern Europe, especially the Gdansk City Hall was built from the 14th century, and is the city's history museum.
Located in the heart of the Krakowsko-Czestochowska, the city famous for its monastery of Czestochowa Jasna G'ra, which houses the Black Madonna painting, Maria dome. Each year, thousands of people from all over the world visit Częstochowa to see it.
Malbork is a town in northern Poland and is situated on the river Nogat. The city is famous for its fort built Teutoniknya Order in 1274.
The fort is better known by the name of the Malbork Castle. Castles made of brick is composed of three separate parts: upper, middle and bottom, separated by a dry moat and towers.
Malbork castle is inhabited by 3,000 soldiers, in the castle there are also some rooms such as kitchens, armory, housing space, and the Church.
Bieszczady region is dominated by mountains and dense forests are suitable for the adventurous. This is where a variety of unique natural beauty of the mountains of Poland you can encounter.
During the summer this area is a good place for hiking. And in the Bieszczady Mountains during the winter ski enthusiasts invited to stop