Poland

  • Over a thousand year history
  • Located in central Europe
  • Member of the European Union (since 2004)
  • Population: 38.5 mln,
  • Area:  312 000 sq. km
  • Diversified landscape – from sea to mountains
  • Worthwile tourist routes through cities and national parks, including UNESCO listed locations
  • World famous figures, including Nobel laureates
  • Great cuisine & hospitality

Warsaw

  • Modern European capital
  • Poland’s largest city, with almost 2 mln inhabitants and covering over 500 sq. km
  • Major international tourist destination, including countless attractions such as museums, cyclical events, parks, science centers and thematic routes
  • Significant cultural, political and economic centre
  • Extensive city transport – buses, trams, underground
  • Perfect accessibility by plane, train, bus and car – directly from/to major European cities
  • Over 19 000 beds in categorized hotels plus hostels, apartments, B&Bs, dormitories
  • Unique Old Town – architectural complex listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • City of Fryderyk Chopinone of the greatest composers and pianists of the 19th century, who spent half of his life in Warsaw
  • One of the largest academic centers in Europe – more than 250 000 young people are currently studying at over 60 universities and colleges