Poland Dos and Don'ts

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Kazimierz Dolny, Malopolska Region, Poland
If u interested in history of art u HAVE to visit that city! It is example of local version of renesanse. In past it was muliticultural city and still u can find examples of this.
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Bielsko-Biala, Silesia Region, Poland
You can climb Szyndzielnia mountain, eat polish traditional food(also local food), visit castle, walk through old part of the city, buy ticket to Jazz Festival and find some of Vienna's spirit.
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Warsaw, Mazovia & Podlasie Region, Poland
I don't want to write a tip for Warsaw... I want to write a tip for the small mountain village in South Poland I passed through once only once, and could never find again because I never noted the name... and the roads in Poland are notoriously confusing (not to mention dangerous - do NOT begin a road rage contest with a Polish truck driver on his own turf - you will LOSE). That place was one of the most unbelievable little pockets of beauty I've ever seen, stone cottages two stories and higher, a babbling brook with cows just wandering about the place - I swear I saw a black haired Tess of the D'Urbevilles out getting ready to milk them. Idyllic, but like all idyllic scenes - it's be ruined if you stopped and tried to fit into it. Anyway my tip on Warsaw: don't get stuck in rush hour traffic. In fact, don't drive into town at all, go by foot and just find yourself a nice place to stay... then walk out at night and meet all the lovely people - they make eye contact! They say hello to strangers!
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Paslek, Poland
city known from it big cheese production. each local shop has plenty of different kind of cheeses. 
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Katowice, Silesia Region, Poland
Railway station is one of the most dangerous places in Katowice. It is ugly and dirty. Do not count on that booking-clerk will be speaking English... ask in English only young people or bring Polish conversation guide
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