You can discover Poland visiting its cities, becouse they  are very diverse. From large, modern agglomerations, through cities where history greets you on every street until charming and full of peace smaller towns. Every city is different, every has its own must see places, colorful inhabitants and some mysteries to discover.

We organize your stay in the city which you want, trying to match it as much as possible to your needs and expectations.

We provide tourist guides in the most common languages,  accomodation, transportation, meals and entrances into different museums and other attractions.


Come and see among other:

  • Warsaw – the capital, which was reborn after the WWII; it's Old Town is listed on the UNESCO Heritage List.
  • Łódź – a historic textile factory town, with beautiful brick buildings.
  • Wrocław – a city with over a hundred bridges; the Capital of Culture  in 2016.
  • Kraków – the former capital with a medieval University and a beautiful Wawel Hill. The oldest part of the city with former Jewish district is listed on the UNESCO list 
  • Tri-city – Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia, which is inseparably releted with the sea and the amber



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