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Do you want to discover one of Alitalia's most surprising destinations?
With no fewer than 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Poland is a genuine artistic and cultural jewel. Buy an Alitalia flight and travel to Poland with one of the flights that our company offers.
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The landscapes of Poland are anything but monotonous: with the Baltic sea, numerous lakes and wide open fields and hills on one side, and large and small towns and cities on the other, which bear the traces of a long and difficult history.
The most popular destinations in Poland, chosen for you by Alitalia, are: Warsaw, the capital rich in history; Krakow, the city where Karol Wojtyla, the first Polish Pope, studied and worked; Wieliczka with the old Salt Mines; and Auschwitz, the theater of one of the worst crimes in the story of humanity.
Other places worthy of a visit include: Zelazowa Wola (famous for being the birthplace of Chopin), Gdansk (the main Polish port), Malbork (witness to the country's Teutonic past), the National Park of Slowinski, Elblag and the Ostrodzki Canal, Mikolajki and the Great Lakes of Masuria (a popular destination for sailing, fishing and walking or cycling excursions), the Bialowieski National Park, Torun, Lublino, Zamosc, Kazimierz Dolny, Breslavia, Swidnica, Poznan, Gniezno, Czestochowa (famous for its icon of the Black Madonna), the wooden churches in the Malopolski region, the Tatry mountains (the highest from the Alps to the Caucasus).
Some of the most important figures in history bear witness to the sparkling cultural scene which Poland has always been famous for, from 16th century astronomer Nicholaus Copernicus to the composer Chopin, from scientist Marie Curie-Sklodowska to film director Roman Polanski, in addition, of course, to Pope John Paul II, born as Karol Józef Wojtyla in the small but pretty town of Wadowice.
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