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There is much to see and do in present-day Poland, with most people starting in the capital; Warsaw; where the beautiful Old Town district has been rebuilt brick by brick in a telling show of Polish moxie. From Warsaw, many travellers make the four hour train journey to Krakow, by far Poland’s most popular tourist destination.
Poland’s cultural capital, Krakow, is an exciting, cool city, with a well-preserved medieval centre as well as several key cultural sites, such as the famous Wawel Hill; where one can find the Royal Palace as well as the Gothic Wawel Cathedral. On the other hand, the historic port city of Gdansk – where Lech Walesa and his Solidarity trade union first rose to oppose Poland’s Communist government in 1980 – is also a popular destination, featuring a restored Old Quarter and many fashionable restaurants and cafes.
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