Hiroshima. Dresden. But first of all: Warsaw. A city that suffered more damage that what was caused by carpet-bombing, or even the detonation of an atom bomb. Come and see how it rose like a a phoenix from ashes: experience the undefeatable spirit of Warsaw!
Wrocław is a microcosm - a city that has belonged to five different countries during its history. A place where central European history focuses. There is no better place to understand the impact of the Second World War in this part of the world.
Come with us for a walk through the cobbled streets of the old town filled with elegant, slender buildings with charming terraces, visit monstrous St. Mary’s church – the largest brick church in the world, see the city’s symbol – the largest medieval crane in Europe once moved by the power of human muscle, listen to the stories of great ideas that where shaped by native Gdańsk people.
Discover the city where Poland was born, with its architectural marvels and modern-day controversies. Check out the city with one of Europe’s most famous international trade centres and find out how the billygoats became the city's iconic symbol.