Striding through a reviving nation
In terms of historic importance and beauty, Gdansk is the most prominent city. History reads that it was the beginning point of the disastrous World War Two in Poland in 1936 as well as the emerging point of the anti-imperialistic movement against the puppet government established by the Soviet Russia in the 1980s. It is to be noted that even after the city was mercilessly demolished during the World War Two, the city gained its past glory through the persistent reconstruction efforts implemented by the vigilant administration of the country. We must not forget to visit Oliwa Cathedral, Dluga Street and Westerplatte during our trip to this land.
In order to get a close glimpse of an ancient city built across several islands, we can visit Wroclaw. It is the city of bridges and ancient buildings. It is preferred to spend as much time as we can in this city as there are numerous beautiful spots here. The city is named in the list of most popular tourist spots in Europe. OstrowTumski, Market Square and Panorama of Raclawice Battle are some of the important spots, which grab top spots in the long list of the ‘to-visit’ list.