Visiting places of tourist guide
Foreign tourists are increasingly coming to Polish so as to be able to visit our tourist destination. To do this, they hire the option of traveling with a guide that introduces them with interesting stories concerning the places visited. Most often they come to our country during the holiday season, and then they can not only visit the most famous Polish monuments, but also spend time in the Polish rural centers adapted to tourist destinations. Spending time in Poland is even more popular in recent years, a number of airports in Poland, which are known throughout the world and intelligently handle foreign tourists. Many of them landed at the airports of major cities, and then are abandoning the coaches, in this way to get to destinations.
National Parks of Poland - Białowieża
Białowieża National Park (Polish: Białowieski Park Narodowy) is a National Park in Podlaskie Voivodeship, in Eastern Poland adjacent with the border with Belarus. The total area of the park is 152.2 square kilometres (58.8 sq mi). It is located 62 km (39 mi) southeast of Białystok (Poland). It is known for the protection of the best preserved part of the Białowieża Forest, Europe's last temperate primaeval forest fragment that once stretched across the European Plain. It is home to the world's largest population of European bison (Polish: żubr), the continent's heaviest land animals.2 The border between the two countries runs through the forest, the Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park is adjacent on the Belarus side of the border. There is a border crossing for hikers and cyclists within the forest.
Facts about The High Tatras
The High Tatras or High Tatra Mountains (Slovak and Czech: Vysoké Tatry, Polish: Tatry Wysokie, Hungarian: Magas -Tátra), are a mountain range along the border of northern Slovakia in the Prešov Region, and southern Poland in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. They are a range of the Tatra Mountains chain.
The mountain range borders Belianske Tatras to the east, Podtatranská kotlina to the south and Western Tatras to the west. The major part and all the highest peaks of the mountains are situated in Slovakia. The highest peak is Gerlachovský štít, at 2,655 metres (8,711 ft).