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Country maps Maps of Poland

Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Poland

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Poland with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Poland

This Poland map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

Maps of cities and regions of Poland

Krakow
Narrow passages and steep stairs will bring you to the bell tower, where visitors will see a huge Sigmund bell. Poles are very superstitious, and so they’ve come up with a myth concerning this place of interest. One is allowed to look at the bell as many times as he wishes. However, touching the bell can be done only once in a lifetime. When doing this, the hand you use to touch it has a crucial importance. If you touch the bell with your right hand, you will have good luck and love. If you … Read more
Warsaw
The most beautiful architectural attraction is the Wilanów Palace, which was built in the 17th century for King Jan Sobieski and his wife. This luxurious Palace in the Baroque style impresses with its grandeur and elegance. Golden and scarlet color paint was used while finishing its facade, and the turrets of the Palace were painted in bright turquoise color. Already in the 19th century, the first museum of art in the city was opened on the territory of a huge palace, but during the war it was … Read more
Zakopane
Zakopane is rich in national cuisine restaurants that are certainly very interesting to visit. The region has many signature dishes, such as oscypek, smoked sheep cheese. It has amazing taste and can stay fresh longer without any chemicals. Local cuisine is rich in hearty soups and meat dishes. For example, zurek soup is a popular national dish. The key component of this meal is special fermented yeast made from rye flour. Mushrooms are an essential ingredient in the national cuisine. You … Read more
Poznan
The Imperial Castle built in 1910 for the German Emperor Wilhelm II is an outstanding architectural monument. The construction of the chic palace in the neo-Romanesque style required huge costs and the most modern and beautiful materials of that time. The unique historical building presently houses a multifunctional cultural center with a cinema, exhibition halls, a puppet theater and a restaurant. A walk in Citadel, the city's largest park, can also turn into an exciting tour. The area of … Read more
Wroclaw
Many of Wroclaw's landmark attractions are centered round the Market Square. This square was laid in the 13th century. Today, it is surrounded by historical buildings of various periods. During the Second World War, a significant part of the historical buildings were destroyed, and in the shortest possible time they were masterfully reconstructed. In addition to the luxurious town hall on this square, you can see several majestic mansions. Hundreds of years ago they served as guest houses, the … Read more
Gdansk
The most interesting place for walking is the Maria Street, which today, is entirely at the disposal of pedestrians. Once on this street were the richest houses and mansions, but almost all of them were destroyed during the Second World War. Subsequently, historical houses were completely reconstructed. Today they have interesting shops, handicraft workshops, as well as national restaurants and souvenir shops popular among tourists. An outstanding architectural monument of the 17th century … Read more
Lodz
A bright architectural monument of the late 19th century is the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral which was built in 1884 and is a monument in the Neo-Byzantine style. Its main feature is a colorful façade and domes, thanks to which, it is difficult to confuse the cathedral with any other. During the war, the building of the cathedral was seriously damaged. It was possible to restore it in exact accordance with the initial project. Like many years ago, now the cathedral is the main religious … Read more
Katowice
Among the outstanding architectural monuments of the city, it is worth noting the Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul. The construction of this spectacular building with a high pointed tower began in 1898, and four years later it was completed. Like many years ago, the historical building is decorated with magnificent sculptures and skilful stained-glass windows. The interior decoration of the religious building has also remained practically unchanged. A unique historical site can be … Read more
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