Cracow, undoubtedly, has been considered the most enchanting city in Poland. Long and valuable history of the Polish Kings City may be seen in almost every corner of the Old City. One- or two-day walk seems the perfect way to visit the city.
Incredible tourist attractions, impressive cultural options as well as the small cafeterias atmosphere make Vienna the beloved place to be, worldwide. The historical city centre, entered into the world heritage UNESCO list, enchants the visitors with any epoch historical buildings. Due to that richness, Vienna belongs to the most frequented cities in Europe. The meandering Danube river invites to go for long walks. We propose 5-hour long sightseeing trip.
Situated on the Danube, the capital of Hungary, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Budapest is in a natural way divided into two parts. Buda is a hilly green area. Its most important place is the Royal Castle, with its walls offering a magnificent view of the low-lying Pest and its numerous monuments. The proposed route is a 4-hour walk around the city.
It is the only capital in the world that borders with two countries - Austria and Hungary. Despite its capital role, Bratislava is an extremely intimate city. For many years touristy unappreciated has a lot to offer to all lovers of monuments, culture and Slovak beer.
Polish towns and cities may as well be your holiday destination or weekend trip. Multitudes of monuments, interesting history as well as richness of architecture are the reasons for such cities like Warsaw, Cracow, Wroclaw, or Gdansk to be a must on every tourist list. Which Polish cities are the most adored by tourists and how to get there?
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