Nine Things To Do In Poland That Aren’t On A Tourist Guide
FIND YOUR OWN PIECE OF AMBER
In Cape Rozewie on the Baltic coast, you can collect amber that gets washed ashore by the sea. In fact every year, Poland hosts the World Championships in collecting amber here. You can also see seals at the estuary of Vistula here. Something your kids will remember forever.
The Cave in Sudetes has the world’s largest collection of cave animal remains. And its colourful stalagmites and stalagtites are impressive! The Mastodon Chamber here is so large that it can fit a football stadium or a 10-story building.
WATCH THE MILKY WAY UNDER THE WORLD’S CLEAREST SKY
Astronomers have been flocking to Jizera mountains for years. It’s one of the most spectacular places to see the night sky.
Źywkowo actually becomes a village of storks from April to August. There are approximately 120 white storks living here. All of them in the small village, four times exceeding the number of people!