Poland

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Lonely Planet, 1996 - Travel - 652 pages
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In today's Poland, where communism is passÚ and market forces are on the march, the independent traveller has countless opportunities but more need than ever of a comprehensive, authoritative guide. This book will help you to discover the best of this safe, friendly and fascinating country. It reveals Poland's rich cultural heritage and unspoiled natural beauty - from the medieval heart of historic Krakˇw to tranquil lakes, forests and rural areas where the 20th century is just a rumor.

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Poland: a Lonely Planet travel survival kit

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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

Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
Government 32 Arts Culture
35
Flora Fauna 29 Education 35 Language
48
Visas Embassies 54 Post Communications 67 Toilets
79
Business Hours Holidays 66 Film Photography 76 Entertainment
97
Car Motorcycle 109 Leaving Poland
110
Boat 118 Hitching
123
Along the Royal Way 147 Places to Stay
155
Ostrow Tumski Piasek
421
WIELKOPOLSKA
472
Go1uch6w
478
SouthEast of the Old Town
485
POMERANIA
507
Chelmno
520
Pelplin
526
Frombork
532

Wilan6w 151 Entertainment
167
Western Mazovia 178 Opor6w 195 Podlasie
203
Kadzidlo 200 Bialowieza National Park
216
Zwierzyniec Around 248 Things to Buy
259
Ogrodzieniec
274
THE CARPATHIAN MOUNTAINS
332
Laricut
345
Lesko
357
SILESIA
403
Orientation
538
Old Town
550
The Olsztyn Region
602
Ostr5da
608
Lidbark Warmiriski
612
ALTERNATIVE PLACE NAMES
643
Treblinka 201
648
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