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Poland is a large country in Central Europe with a coastline of the Baltic Sea. Chic medieval culture of Krakow and Gdansk blended with the urban razzmatazz of Warsaw, Poland’s remarkable survival of the holocaust imprinted in its monuments and museums, blessed with rivers, hills , lakes and woods, makes it one of the most sought after holiday destinations.
The former royal capital of Krakow with the Royal Wawel Castle, Klodzoko Fortress, Centennial Hall in Wroclaw, the Wooden Churches of Southern Lesser Poland, Muskau Park in Leknica, and the Chopin Museum are the star attractions of Poland. 
The natural and geographical conditions of Poland are perfect for all kinds of adventure activities. Cycling from the Kampinoski Forest to Zegrznski Bay, hiking on the high peaks of Tatra Mountains,    diving under sheets of ice in Lake Galadus, Yachting on Lake Sniardwy, paragliding from the slopes of the Zar mountain, rock climbing in  Jura Krakowsko-Czestochowska, windsurfing and kite-surfing on the Zegrznski Bay, are just a few of the many adventure activities available here. 
The official language is Polish and English is hardly used. Currency here is the Polish Zloty and exchange is possible at banks. The Polish are warm and hospitable. The best time to visit is June-September.

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