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Why do you visit Poland?

kaprys 3 | 2,286
6 Sep 2017 #151

Here's some recent information in English.
ttaagg - | 2
22 Oct 2017 #152
why visit Poland . what is best city in Poland to visit . are people friendly in Poland . i am traveling alone and i do not speak Polish
Wulkan - | 3,243
22 Oct 2017 #153
what is best city in Poland to visit

8 Nov 2017 #155
Gdanski Bowke might be interesting for people who search for interesting atractions. The boat itself is an antique already, dating from 1909, and like its namesake is sure to add charm to the city and become a new, waterborne attraction. Being aboard is like being transported to the olden days. Enjoy some great Polish snacks, and maybe even try regional alcoholic beverages, Bowke's object of affection.The boat offers cruises in a comfortable atmosphere with professional staff. You are going to love it.
14 Nov 2017 #156
I visit Poland for one, simple reason. To see Gdańsk once again. To be honest, when I came there first time, I landed in Gdańsk by complete accident. The first sight of the sea after a long year is breathtaking to be honest. Anyway I found a site called: . Thanks to this, I was able to learn, that Gdańsk offers much more than simple sea. Zoo, many touristic attractions, etc. You might ask yourself, what else do you really need. Trust me, it is impossible to check all attractions in Gdańsk with single visit.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
14 Nov 2017 #157
why visit Poland

It's a beautiful country

what is best city in Poland to visit

Gdansk and Krakow

are people friendly in Poland


i am traveling alone and i do not speak Polish

Doesn't matter. We speak English and German :)
Lyzko 40 | 8,758
14 Nov 2017 #158
Better German, yet more willingly EnglishLOL
Michael89 - | 2
8 Feb 2018 #159
I was born in Poland, that is why I like to be there. My trips are not long (usually one weekend), but I try to spend my time to maximum. I have visited Nowa Huta in Krakow lately - truly a piece of remarkable history! SeeKrakow team has organised a Trabant tour (old polish car) and for supper we have been in PRL milk bar. It's like time machine!
Lyzko 40 | 8,758
8 Feb 2018 #160
I do hope to return one day. This time, instead of a day and a half in Szczecin, I'd want to spend at least a week in Wroclaw. The architecture, particularly the Old Town, is magnificent!

Perhaps, time and money permitting, I'd like to fit in a trip to Krakow to see Wawel:-)
TheOther 6 | 3,692
8 Feb 2018 #161
a Trabant tour (old polish car)

An old East German car. Poland was (in)famous for Polski Fiat.
Lyzko 40 | 8,758
8 Feb 2018 #162
And don't forget the late, lamented PolonisLOL
O WELL 1 | 158
9 Feb 2018 #163
I visit Poland for money,lower taxes(even though they raised them from this year) and CHEAP HIGH LIFE:))
L3anAlawood - | 14
9 Feb 2018 #164
Oh yes german make up cars , just like indians, asians hell even saudis claim they have the best cars ;S .... the only true car out there is an Italian, Alfa Romeo Cheers dudes
Michael89 - | 2
9 Feb 2018 #165
The Other - An old East German car. Poland was (in)famous for Polski Fiat

You're right, my mistake :)
O WELL 1 | 158
9 Feb 2018 #166
the only true car out there is an Italian

FIAT=Fix It Again Toni(Toni being an typical italian name)
28 Feb 2018 #167
I love visit museums that's the reason I visited Kraków with Seekrakow. The most important museum to see is Shindler's factory. It's museum of World War Two. Really worth!
jon357 72 | 21,334
28 Feb 2018 #168
he most important museum to see is Shindler's factory.

The Emalia factory is worth a visit. No need to use any paid-for service to go there though; it's easy to get to and the Tourist Information Centre are happy to advise.
NASIR9562 - | 3
3 Apr 2018 #169
To see this medieval and historical country under budget.
Green Heart - | 1
18 Aug 2018 #170
Hi Mates! , l'm planning to move to Poland but not until i have a serious relationship with a woman i'll love and respect.This might sounds cheeky but it sounds good to be truthful , yes it is. i have two favorite place on earth that's Australia and Poland but Poland is my best.l want a woman who can be there all the time and will be able to devotes her time and make sure she teaches me Polish, l'm ready to learn.l need a respectful woman .X


Lyzko 40 | 8,758
19 Aug 2018 #171
Zakopane's considered a must see, but can be a wee bit pricey, I'd wager:-)
Although I've never been, I've been told it is well worth a visit!
johnny reb 40 | 7,852
12 Jan 2019 #172
How about Stare Kiejkuty ?
Isn't that where they have the United States secret C.I.A. intelligence base where they torture prisoners ?
Is that place still operating ?
I see they have it advertised as a resort area now.
MoOli 9 | 480
12 Jan 2019 #173
JR,I drove by it years back out of curiosity and saw signs posted that its a private property of Polish military and no trespassing so just drove away.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,138
13 Jan 2019 #175
To appreciate what a great place the USA is.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,138
14 Jan 2019 #177
Africa does not count as the USA. Separate things.
Paulwiz 1 | 75
9 Feb 2020 #178
The travel books seem to pretty much ignore Płock. I still may end up there during my genealogy visit as my family is from the area around Rościszewo. Płock looks like a nice enough place with respect to scenery, restaurants and other touristy accomodations. Are there any historical sites or museums I should visit near Płock? It's ok if there are not any attractions like that as I will have plenty to do. In other words I probably would not go to see "the world's largest ball of string" just because it is in the area. I just don't want to miss something good because I didn't do good research on the area.
Atch 17 | 3,808
9 Feb 2020 #179
Are there any historical sites or museums I should visit near Płock

There is a small museum in Płock. I was there years ago and really liked it. They had a wonderful exhibition of 'rooms' from a typical prosperous middle class home of the 19th century, very interesting. Also a couple of floors of Polish paintings, lovely and an exhibition of Bohemian and Czech art glass. The only down side was that there were no postcards or books to buy, no museum shop and no information in English. However museums will generally allow you to take photos if you don't use flash. It's probably changed a lot since I was there but based on what I saw, I would recommend it.

I just took a quick look at the website and I see that they now have several locations around the town, well worth checking out while you're there.
gumishu 13 | 6,113
9 Feb 2020 #180
Are there any historical sites or museums I should visit near Płock?.

I can't remember anything special about Płock - there is a pretty old cathedral and a zoo on the banks of Vistula - I guess the zoo isn't spectacular and to see a cathedral you need half an hour or so -

what I would recommend is going to see Toruń - Toruń is about 100 km from Płock with half of the way covered by a paid motorway - it is a nice city with an mostly untouched by war old medieval city centre - in Toruń you can visit a museum of gingerbread with English guides where you can bake your own gingerbreads - Toruń is also where Copernicus was born

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