Medical Tourism in Poland

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  • Krakow

    Krakow Market Square, Planty, Kazimierz Town. Krakow is often called the second capital of Poland, and whatever you say about it is never enough. Krakow is the most often visited polish town. Apart from old town, and historical and cultural heritage, that Krakow is famous of, tourists from all over world,…

  • Warsaw

    Warsaw Warsaw is a two million people metropolia. The capital of Poland is often visited by both Polish people and foreign tourists. Warsaw is a town of contrasts, where tradition meets modern business. Each year, in Warsaw, the biggest number in Poland, of cultural events take place. While visiting Warsaw…

  • Gdansk

    Gdansk Gdansk is one of the most popular harbour towns in Poland, in which you can sit on the beach as well as do some sightseeing. Gdansk is the biggest of three towns (Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot), which shape into one of the polish biggest metropolis. Doing some sightseeing in Gdansk, you cannot forget about…

  • Poznan

    Poznan Poznan is one of the most important, next to Warsaw, business centre in Poland, which is famous of International Poznan Fair, which attracts thousand of people every year. There is a best shopping centre in Central Europe, situated in Poznan, it’s called Stary Browar.  The old town in Poznan…

  • Wroclaw

    Wroclaw European Capital of Culture 2016 – it's Wroclaw. The cultural potential of town has been appreaciated by EU representatives, who decided to honour Wroclaw with the title, along with responsibilities. There is no surprise here, Wroclaw is one of the oldest and most beautiful polish towns. Wroclaw…

  • Szczecin

    Szczecin Szczecin is like Paris. It really is! The characteristic radial way of sreets is often compared, with those in capital of France. Only 40 miles – that’s how close to Baltic Sea, Szczecin is situated. The town is placed nearby Odra river and Zalew Szczecinski. Town Hall, Wały Chrobrego or…

  • Katowice

    Katowice Katowice is a town situated, in very convenient location, close to both Cracow and Wroclaw. This postindustrial town used to be well prosperous mining centre. Along with other towns of east western area Katowice is still the biggest urban agglomertaion in Central East Europe. The industrial…

  • Rzeszow

    Rzeszow Rzeszow is one of the biggest towns of south – east of Poland. It is fast developing metropolia, academic town, place of growth of new technologies business, great depot to escape to other town in Podkarapcie area. It is easy to get to Bieszczady Mountains, less famous, but not less beautiful…

  • Lodz

    Lodz Łodz is one of the biggest towns in Poland, which is known for its film traditions. Łodz nowadays is known worldwide because of the great film school, which Andrzej Wajda, Oscar Winner, and Roman Polanski (who needs no intruduction), are realated to. This postindustrial town has Atlas Arena Łódź,…

  • Bydgoszcz

    Bydgoszcz You don’t have to go to Italy to see Venice, you can just come to visit Bydgoszcz in Poland, one of the most beautiful polish towns situated on the north – west of Poland. Bydgoszcz is cultural, academic, medical and sports hot post of Poland. The Venice of Bydgoszcz, old town, Wyspa Mlynska,…