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Villes polonaises

Découvrez les meilleurs monuments, attractions touristiques, visites et activités dans les villes polonaises les plus populaires!

Meilleures villes polonaises à visiter

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Varsovie

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Cracovie

Visitez Cracovie, l’une des villes les plus célèbres en Pologne, avec une Histoire incroyable et de nombreux lieux qui valent le coup d’être visités. Familiarisez vous avec l’Histoire polonaise, ses légendes à propos des rois et des dragons, et goûtez à la cuisine traditionnel!

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Lodz

Post-industrial city full of redbrick factories and Jewish history

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Torun

A gothic town of Nicolaus Copernicus and the best gingerbread in the world

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Wroclaw

The European Capital of Culture 2016 with splendid examples of Gothic architecture

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Poznan

Bustling business and cultural center of the Wielkopolska region

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Tricité

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Auschwitz

The biggest Nazi concentration camp and the primary symbol of the Holocaust

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Wieliczka

The most famous Salt Mine in the world visited by more than 1 million tourists yearly

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Zakopane

A town at the foot of the Tatra Mountains, known as “the Polish winter capital”

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Czestochowa

The main Catholic centre in Poland and a top destination of annual pilgrimages

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Gdynia

The most modern town of “Tricity”, an important seaport in the Bay of Gdansk

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Gdansk

A charming city on the Baltic coast, a former member of the Hanseatic League

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Sopot

Poland's most popular summer seaside resort with wonderful beaches

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Malbork

The biggest brick castle in the world built in the 13th century by the Teutonic order

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Wadowice

Hometown of the Polish Pope John Paul II

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Olsztyn

The capital of Warmia-Masuria Province, known as the "Garden of Nature"

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Lowicz

A small time in the Masovia region famous for its folklore art

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Hel

A seaside resort located on the tip of the Hel Peninsula

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Zalipie

A fairy-tale place with around 20 painted houses, known as the prettiest Polish village

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Kazimierz Dolny

A masterpiece of Polish renaissance architecture

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Lublin

The most important cultural and academic center of Eastern Poland

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Gniezno

The first capital of Poland and the formal seat of the Primate

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Bialowieza

National park located on the Polish-Belarussian border. The last primeval forest in Europe.

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