guide to driving and camping in Poland

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Poland

Poland offers a rich variety of experiences. The historically important port of Gdansk and the Old Town in Warsaw have been meticulously restored. The Mazurian Lake region attracts paddlers and sailors from all over Europe. Naturalists revel in Europe’s last major primeval forest, Bialowieski National Park. Golden Krakow bursts with ancient legacy. From the charming mountain village of Zakopane horse-drawn wagons take hikers up to the Tatra Mountain’s high ridge trails and pristine lakes. Poles love to camp and the country has hundreds of scenic campgrounds. Both highways and signposting are improving each year. There are car- parks close to historic areas.

INCLUDES DETAILED DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO DRIVE TO CAMPGROUNDS
AND MAJOR SITES IN 26 COUNTRIES

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