WARSAW is a unique city: it is a city where history and modernity meet to form a lively European capital. Tourists take pleasure in walking through the Old Town, restored after complete destruction during the Second World War. The most famous sites include the Royal Castle, Barbakan, the gothic Cathedral of Saint John, Church of Holy Cross on the Royal Route, where the urn with Chopin’s heart is located, the Royal Łazienki Park as well as Wilanów – the residence of King Jan III Sobieski. Many sites in Warsaw still bear testimony to the Jewish inhabitants of the city before the Second World War. Recently opened museums dedicated to the history of the Warsaw Uprising and Chopin’s life and music as well as the Kopernik Science Centre are very popular with tourists.
CRACOW belongs to one of the most beautiful European cities. Over the ages, great artists from all around Europe came to work here. Due to the fact that Cracow was largely spared war destruction, the greatest group of monuments in Poland (including Wawel – the royal castle) was preserved here until the present day.See photos