Frombork - a place on the Vistula Lagoon with a beautiful gothic cathedral in which the most famous Polish astronomer Mikołaj Kopernik once lived and worked.

Żuławy Wiślane - fertile areas in the Vistula River delta, often located in depression below sea level. This is where the largest depression in Poland is located - 1.8 m above sea level. in the town of Raczki Elbląskie.

Elbląg Canal - a technical monument and one of the most unique objects in the world. The Elbląg Canal is a crossing for ships on the water and on land, thanks to specially designed slipways, which protected the nearby areas from flooding.

Warmia - a historical land famous for its beautiful landscapes, rich culture and very turbulent history, because it has repeatedly passed from one country to another.

Święta Lipka - the most famous religious sanctuary in Masuria with a beautiful baroque temple.

The Great Masurian Lake District - one of the seven wonders of Poland and one of the most unique places in the world, a system of lakes connected by a network of rivers and canals, a real paradise for sailors; it is here that the legendary King of Fish lives.

Wigry - a historic monastery, a beautiful lake and national park in one place.

Malbork - the largest Teutonic castle in Europe, seat of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, capital of the Teutonic State in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
Website: Malbork Castle

Grunwald - the site of the largest knightly battle in medieval Europe, also the site of the largest reconstruction of the battle, which takes place every year around July 14 with the participation of thousands of professional knights, actors and extras and with thousands of spectators.

Mikołajki and Giżycko - the two most popular towns in Masuria around the four largest Masurian lakes: Śniardwy, Mamry, Niegocin and Kisajno, connected by water with numerous canals.
Website: Mikołajki  Giżycko 

Śniardwy - the largest lake in Poland called the "Masurian sea" because it has strong waves and storms, and it is difficult to see the other shore.

Augustów Canal - a technical monument built in the 19th century; until today, one of the longest canals in Poland connecting the Vistula and the Nemunas waters through the Vistula tributaries, navigation is carried out through a system of 18 locks, most of which were pioneering solutions in the field of water engineering.

River Biebrza and river Narew - the largest and richest in water rivers of north-eastern Poland, at the same time important refuges for waterfowl and marsh birds, the place where elks and many other rare animal species live.
Płock - a city on the Vistula River, one of the oldest cities in Poland, the historic capital of the Mazowsze region, the seat of the Mazovian Piast family; it houses the oldest museum in Poland.
Website:  Płock for Tourism

Modlin - a historic town near Warsaw, located at the mouth of the Narew River to the Vistula River, where a large citadel that once served as a political prison and now a museum was built in a difficult-to-reach place.

Tykocin - a historic small town in Podlasie, called the Baroque pearl of Podlasie; near Tykocin there is the Pentowo - European Stork Village.
Website: Tykocin for Tourist  
Białowieża - the heart of the Białowieża Forest and the Białowieża National Park, protecting one of the last primeval forests in Europe; bison refuge, the largest mammal in Europe.

Żelazowa Wola - a town near  Warsaw, where Fryderyk Chopin, one of the greatest composers in history, was born and grew up in the 19th century.
Location:  See on Google Maps

Warsaw - the capital and largest city of Poland, on the Vistula River, the seat of central and regional authorities, almost completely destroyed during World War II, reconstructed after the war based on, among others XIX paintings by Canaletto. The symbol of Warsaw is the Mermaid, with whom one of the most famous Polish legends connects.

Czersk - a place on the Vistula in Mazovia, where there is the Mazovian Dukes Castle with centuries-old history.
Website: Czersk Castle

Grabarka - Holy Mountain Orthodoxy and the most important place of religious worship of Orthodoxy in Poland.

Podlaski Przełom Bugu - gorge of the river, a picturesque area on the Bug River on the Polish-Belarusian border.
Location:  See on Google Maps