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The oldest city
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Although Poland has not got metropolises like New York City, London or Berlin’ there is a special atmosphere of polish cities. New investments and lots of cultural events every year, bring many tourists to the country.

The main polish city is Warsaw- a city full of contrasts. Post communist architecture and the colourful Rainbow Sculpture In Warsaw's Public Square. The palm tree placed at the Gaulle’s roundabout and skyscrapers. This is the place where careerists party during weekends till morning hours. They drink fresh juices from bio-bazaar to cure hangovers and dispute about the last exhibition in the Centre for Contemporary Art. This city isn’t boring, that’s for sure.

Warsaw is not the only city for tourists who are looking for attractions. Wroclaw –the meeting place. The capital of Silesia and Lower Silesia offers magnificent landscapes in Ostrów Tumski, thousands of bridges, unusual architecture. But more than anything there is an amazing atmosphere created by welcoming and nice locals. It’s not surprising Wroclaw is called the most friendly polish city. Krakow is enigmatic, a little more serious and poetic known from cosy coffee shops and bohemianism.

If you are looking for something exceptional you should visit industrious Lodz where old factories are now exclusive apartments and buildings. The unique architecture from factories comes on the streets.

Tri-city- urban area consisting of three major Polish cities is a must for music lovers. The sea, Neptune's Fountain, the pier in Sopot and one of the biggest music festivals in Europe- Open’er. Some of the music stars you could see so far were Prince, Kings of Leon, Sex Pistols, Pearl Jam and Snoop Dogg. Great atmosphere, sandy beach and magical old town are more than enough.

Different attractions can be found in Poznan. Like Warsaw, Wroclaw and Krakow the city never goes to sleep. Popular bakeries with Martin’s croissants, Browar Mieszczanski, the old town are places worth your visit. But there are also places not as popular like Wilda’s apartment house and green Malta.

Smaller cities and towns have also a lot to offer. Kielce is famous from windy weather and one of the first polish rappers Liroy. In the city centre you will find Kadzielnia and Staszic Park with famous Boruta source. There are a monastery on Karczowka hill, ski jump surrounded by forest and Swietokrzyskie Mountains with Bald Mountain known from a local legend about witches' sabbaths.

Kazimierz Dolny is a city of lovers, known from granaries and a film festival. Many films were set like ‘Podroz z a jeden usmiech’ and a popular TV series ‘Na dobre i na zle’. Kazimierz Dolny is definitely the most charming city in Poland.

There are more cities worth visiting like Krynica-Zdroj, Chelmno, Reszel, Kamien Pomorski, Stary Sacz, Wolin and Zlotoryja which are great cities to unwind and relax which are so different from busy, lively polish metropolises.

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