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We picked up the map from the Tourist Information Centre for a few zloty, although the trail is also marked on the free map. The bought one does have a little bit more information as well as pictures of the buildings to make them easier...More
How shouls I start to write a recommendation for this city? It's just a great city, nice atmosphere and plenty to see and do. My personal experiences is that where ever u go to eat, its amazing. The polnisch kitchen is one of the best....More
excellent idea, that the route was marked with red lines all the way through a walk, that passed al of the attractions in town.
you can have a map for free at the tourist offices on which you can see the route as well as...More
Whilst staying in Berlin, we caught the train into Poland to visit this wonderful city (take your passports with you as the Police checked ours when they got on close to the Germany/Poland border).
It was a little difficult to find the tourist office as...More
Actually i never been in a very nice city in Poland like Szczecin
It is the most greenery city in Poland and have very nice and many places to visit.
Odra river is very nice by the day and night when you can take a...More
This City in the very far NW Poland used to have a major Shipbuilding industry, but that has gone. It is laid out like Paris with major Streets linked to large roundabouts. The Old town is where you will find the Palace of Pomeranian Princes...More