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In summer, tourists can relax near the Baltic Sea on the sandy beaches of the resorts of Miedzyzdroje, Leba or Krynica Morska. In winter, the "Polish Alps" invite lovers of ski slopes to visit Krynica, Zakopane or Karpacz. There are 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Poland, including the notorious Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, as well as historic city buildings, churches and parks.
Many Catholic shrines attract believers from all over the world to Poland. Fans of architectural monuments will be pleased with their sights Warsaw, Krakow, Malbork and Poznan. Typically, tours are conducted in Polish, but by prior arrangement, you can order an English or Russian-speaking guide.
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