Warsaw is the capital of Poland. Warsaw is inspiring and vibrant, combining the crazy rhythm of the largest business hub of Central Europe with coziness and the welcoming attitude of locals.
It is hard to believe that the picturesque
streets and beautiful buildings of the UNESCO-protected Old Town are a
meticulous work of the renovators.
World War II may have almost completely
destroyed Warsaw but this city rose like a true phoenix from the ruins to
become one of the most interesting and fastest growing metropolises of Europe.
It’s also got a dynamic culinary scene,
boasting one of the coolest selections of vegetarian eateries in Europe as well
as a great variety of street food spots.
Unrivaled views from the top of the giant
Stalinist Palace of Science and Culture are worth the climb — not least
because, as locals love to say.
A glimpse of pre-war Warsaw is on view at
the elegant Wilanów palace, which was once the most beautiful architectural
jewel of the Polish monarchs. The beautiful symmetrical gardens, adorned with
fountains and sculptures of the past, are a relaxing spot.
Dzisiaj tekst po angielsku o Borach Tucholskich. Przyjemnego
czytania i nauki angielskiego!
Bory Tucholskie is
one of the biggest forest complexes in Poland. In 2010 it was
designated by UNESCO as Tuchola Forest Biosphere Reserve.
Located in northern Poland in the region of Pomerania between the Brda and
Wda rivers, it’s just 1.5-hour drive from Gdansk. Also known
as Tuchola Forest. It’s yet another beautiful National Park and one
of the places to visit in Poland if you’re looking for a quiet, natural getaway.
The region attracts all
kinds of nature lovers – there are countless forest paths and about 900 lakes!
There are also many unique species of flora and fauna, some of them endangered
(e.x. Drosera, Lycopodiophyta, Nymphaea alba). Tuchola
Forest is perfect for birdwatching – capercaillie, heron, crane, eagle owl
are examples of typical inhabitants of those vast forests.
Bory Tucholskie National Park is divided
into several protected areas:
Tucholski Landscape Park
Wdecki Landscape Park
Wdzydzki Landscape Park
Zaborski Landscape Park
“Bagna Nad Stążką” nature reserve – the biggest peatland in Tuchola Forest with picturesque educational path “Jelenia Wyspa”
“Bagno Grzybna” nature reserve – vast peatland
“Doliny Rzeki Brdy” – Brda river nature reserve with the educational path in Woziwód village
“Źródła rzeki Stążki” – Stążka river nature reserve
“Jeziorka Kozie” nature reserve – forest lakes with a small islands, lovely place
“Cisy nad Czerską Strugą” nature reserve – primary yew forest
Bory Tucholskie isn’t only about forests and lakes –
there are many historical attractions and picturesque villages:
Tuchola – the main town in Bory
Tucholskie. It’s the oldest settlement in Poland. Charming Old Town with
19th-century townhouses. Tuchola Forest Museum (not only history and
natural environment, but also folk art exhibitions)
Wiele – one of the most popular
tourist resorts in Bory Tucholskie region. Situated over Wieleskie and
Ciepłe lakes. In Wiele village, there’s International Folklore Festival
held each year. A perfect event for Polish culture aficionados
Osiek – a peaceful village
located over the biggest lake in the region – Kałębie lake. There’s a
Neogothic Church from the 19th century and ruins of Teutonic Knights
tourist resort located over Gołuń lake. there’s Kashubian Ethnographic
park – the oldest antique building museum in Poland
Charzykowy – a lovely village
located over Charzykowskie lake. Perfect for water sports enthusiasts
Most village –
there’s WW2 Monument in the forest commemorating collective murder of
town – it
belonged to Teutonic Knights from 1309 do 1466 who made this
town a medieval fortress. There are antique walls, towers and gates
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