Trip and sleep
If you decide to travel in Poland, meaning visit several cities during few days you should think about hostels as an place to sleep. The main advantage of hostels is possible of rent only a bed, not whole room. Most of day tourist spend on visiting monuments, walkover the city or in the restaurants and pubs. Hostels offers a good prices for a bed and also they got a second big advantage. Hostels Poland are located in the city centers, even on main squares.
When we got a shelter for the night
We could start the journey. Begin in Gdańsk, seaside town. Visit St. Dominic’s fair, Royal Way with Prison Tower and Neptune’s Fountain and 14th century main square. Next stop, Masuria, area of Poland full of lakes. The best time to visit is summer months. Go for swim, yachting or fishing. After few days of relaxing take the bags and visit Warsaw. Capitol of Poland. Modern city with high rise buildings, shops of famous designers and also with historical parts of the city. Need to visit Museum of the Warsaw Uprising, palace on the water, church of St. Anne, Royal Castle and a lot of more.
There is no chance to say about all attractions around the country. Besides that we cannot forget about the food and traditions which is different in some regions. The best way of known the country that is choose a few cities and just go to them. Remember to reserve several days for each of them.
In April 1940, on the orders of the commander-in-chief of the SS, Heinrich Himler, the construction of the concentration camp in Oświęcim – Zasole was started, using the military barracks that were already there. The organization of the camp and the commandant was entrusted to a trusted Hitler supporter, Rudolf Höss. The first transport of prisoners was sent here on 14 June 1940 – 728 Polish political prisoners from Tarnów. Until June 1941, it was a camp intended exclusively for Poles, over 17 thousand of whom were registered in that period.
Then, in accordance with earlier plans, it was transformed into an international camp. In March 1941, after his visit to Auschwitz, Heinrich Himler ordered to set up a second camp in nearby Brzezinka, mainly intended for the extermination of Jews. Its construction started already in October after the deportation of the residents of Brzezinka, and neighboring Pławy, Rajsko, Babice and Broszkowice. The “primary” Auschwitz I camp was the original camp, which initially included 39 collateral labor camps (including in Silesia) in addition to Brzezinka (Birkenau). In November 1943, this entire “death factory” team was divided into three separate concentration camps.
The camp in Oświęcim-Brzezinka was the largest of all Nazi extermination camps. Currently, you can visit it by choosing Auschwitz tour. Such Auschwitz tours can be booked in many cities and online on site like: http://www.seekrakow.com/en/auschwitz-birkenau/.