Polish cities

There are so many beautiful cities in Poland and each has its own story to tell.
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, almost completely destroyed during World War II has become an exhilarating, vibrant commercial and cultural centre with endless energy. It is difficult not to fall under the spell of Cracow. Its charming architecture, merchants that congregate on the Main Market Square, exhibitions and open-air cultural events create a magnetizing atmosphere. Gdansk, located on the crossroads of major trade routes has become one of the wealthiest sea port in the region. Today, famous for the omnipresent amber and the rise "Solidarity" movement.