- the concentration camp
- iron age reconstruction, museum and archaeological site.
- one possible location for the long-lost and almost mythical amber
room lost at the end of the Second World War
National Park - an unspoilt and little known national park. A must
for kayak and wildlife enthusiasts alike
Graveyard - a deserted and mysterious cemetery hidden deep in a
cemetery - a virtually unknown and
overgrown Jewish burial ground
an area of clear lakes and forests full of wildlife
Majdanek - the infamous Nazi concentration camp, near
Roadside Zoo - a roadside curiosity
where one can have a look at goats, geese, ponies and so on, and
also buy some great Polish fast food
Bat Reserve - an undergound
sanctuary for some of Europe's rarest bats
Primeval forest - a tourist free
area where one can still escape the 21st century
River - a little known river with its own river creature legend.
The Polish Loch Ness Monster!
Cistercian Abbey - a baroque gem hidden away in a tiny village
in the west of Poland
Shrines - information about the
fascinating shrines which can be found in and around many Polish villages
Bird Reserve - perhaps the finest
place in Europe to see birds. A birdwatchers paradise
Trains in Poland - the last mainline
steam locomotive shed with daily passenger and freight services
Bunkers - a vast network of deep underground bunkers and
fortifications, built on Hiltler's orders in the 1930s.
- the famous salt mines.
- probably the most popular tourist location in Poland after Cracow.