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Stunning sandy coast, mountains and lakes, 15 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, charming villages and castles – often overlooked as a travel destination, Poland has it all! Be surprised and amazed by how beautiful this country is!
If you love castles, you must definitely put Poland on your bucket list. This country boasts with hundreds of fortified structures. Malbork is a must-stop city for history enthusiasts The 13th-century Teutonic Castle is a classic example of a medieval fortress. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is actually the largest castle in the world measured by land area and the largest brick building in Europe. Książ, Krzyżtopór, Moszna, Krasiczyn, Kórnik, Niedzica, Gołuchów, Będzin and Bolków are some of the most beautiful castles in Poland.
Explore the Castles of the Eagles' Nests in the south of the country. This is a marked trail along a chain of 25 medieval castles between Częstochowa and Kraków. Most of the castles are located on large, tall rocks of the Polish Jura Chain featuring many limestone cliffs and valleys. One of the most interesting is the Ogrodzieniec Castle, situated on the 515.5-metre-high Castle Mountain.
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To know more check Destination Fly4free: Poland and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
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