Lonely Planet Publications, 2002 - Travel - 576 pages
A fascinating blend of old an new, Poland is a world unto itself. From medieval castles to modern art galleries, this guide will help you discover one of Europe's most intriguing destinations. Informes commentary on Poland's architecural heritage. Tips on where to ski, ride, climb, hike, canoe and more. Listings of the most colourful Polish festivals. An essential Polish language chapter. Over 100 detailes maps to get you where you need to go.
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Poland: a Lonely Planet travel survival kitUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
These guides offer detailed coverage of both provincial and urban areas, especially Warsaw and, more importantly, Krak w. The outdoor recreation for which Poland is deservedly well known gets its due ... Read full review