Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland in English
Piotrkowska Street, also called Bigel or Pietryna, is the longest street in Poland – it is 4.2 kilometres long. Historic residential and industrial buildings of the nineteenth and early twentieth century are clustered around it.
Koniaków is the most famous lace-making center in Poland. The village’s most prized commodity is regarded as one of the most appreciated art and crafts products – both in Poland and abroad.
Zamosc is a Renaissance town with a well-preserved urban plan, unique in Europe.
The Wawel Cathedral in Krakow is Poland’s most important sanctuary. Starting with Władysław the Short, it hosted the coronation of almost all Polish kings and it is the burial place of many distinguished Poles.