Information about Poland: Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions, covering an area of ​​312,696 square kilometers. Poland's capital and largest metropolis is Warsaw. Other major cities include Kraków, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk and Szczecin. The establishment of the Polish state can be traced back to AD 966, when Mieszko I, ruler of the realm coextensive with the territory of present-day Poland, converted to Christianity. Read More...

Game and Nature Reserve

Pole Mokotowskie is a vast park complex located close to the city centre and Pole Mokotowskie metro station. It borders three disrticts: Srodmiescie, Mokotow and Ochota. The park is one of the favourite recreation areas for Varsovians who want to take some rest from the city’s bustle. It features asphalt lanes, benches, a pond as well as a few pubs.

Skaryszewski Park is a historical landscape park, which is located on the former river bed. This oasis of peace and quiet is rich in fauna and flora. It also features numerous monuments, sculptures, memorials, the lake and a historical chapel. The facilities include tennis courts, children playground, a concert bowl, sports club and a caffee.

Nature reserve Kabacki Forest Situated at end of metro line (Kabaty station). It is an interesting place for long walks on nice days. It is the biggest nature reserve in Mazovia.

Gdansk Zoo is the largest zoo in Poland. This is one of the most attractive places of recreation and education on the Coast, odwiedzanejest every year by crowds of both locals and tourists Tri.

The Old Zoo in Poznan is the oldest zoological garden in Poland. It was founded in 1874. The zoo started as a few animals kept by a restaurant owner in the early 1870s.

The Oder is a river in Central Europe. It rises in the Czech Republic and flows through western Poland, later forming 187 kilometres of the border between Poland and Germany, part of the Oder–Neisse line.

Botanical Garden of the University of Wroclaw, known as an “oasis of beauty and peace” in the heart of a city, is a “live museum” and a research and teaching centre as well as a favourite place to rest for the citizens of Wroclaw.

Lagiewniki Park is the largest park within city limits in all of Europe, located in the northern part of the city. Come here and enjoy the fresh air over a relaxing walk or a picnic. Address: Lagiewniki Park, Lodz

Wroclaw ZOO has more than 150 year old history, making it the oldest in the country. It is also the most famous one thanks to the “With a camera among animals”.

Oliwa Park, which surrounds the cathedral and Abbot’s Palace, is well maintained, impeccably groomed, and full of quiet places to sit and reflect.

Palmiarnia Poznanska has 10 pavilions containing a variety of ecosystems, from subtropical to savanna, plus an on-site cafe.

The Warsaw Zoological Garden, known simply as the Warsaw Zoo (Polish: Warszawskie Zoo), is a scientific zoo on Ratuszowa Street in Warsaw, Poland. The zoo covers about 40 hectares (99 acres) in central Warsaw, and sees 600,000 visitors annually. It is home to over 4,000 animals representing more than 500 species.

Bielanski Forest nature reserve (rezerwat przyrody Las Bielanski) is the remaining part of the Mazowiecka Primeval Forest. It is connected with Kampinoski Forest. The forest is home to rich fauna and flora such as wild boars, deer, foxes, rabbits, martens and squirrels as well as 40 species of birds.

The Japanese Garden was created in the beginning of the 20th century, on the occasion of the Global Exhibition in 1913. It is one of the most popular places for walks. Apart from a few hundreds of original plants, trees, bushes and flowers, there are also Japanese buildings: the gate and the tea pavilion.

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