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A Family Trip to the Lake District
The Poland that welcomes you today is very different to that which emerged from communism a couple of decades ago.
Tourism now is big business, and there’s been a great emphasis on ensuring that a suitable infrastructure is in place to meet the needs of the modern traveller.
It’s a country that has much to see, and even more to experience. The scenic appeal of the Baltic coast in the north, and the Tatra mountains in the south, is well known. But there are also delightful and historic town and villages, picturesque wooden churches, and age old castles to enjoy.
The capital, Warsaw, is a strange mix of new and old. The 14th century Royal Castle on the Zamek Królewski is much visited, and the maze of tiny winding streets in the old town district are also popular.
Away from the towns and cities, there are a good number of National Parks to visit, ranging from large areas in the mountains, to smaller protected areas near the coast.
It may not be as cheap as it once was, but Poland is still a worthwhile bargain.