Poland - Malopolska (Chapter)
This is the Małopolska chapter from Lonely Planet’s Poland guidebook.
Małopolska, is the sprawling region surrounding Kraków, running from Częstochowa in the west to Lublin in the east. It’s played an outsized role in Polish history, forming the core of the ancient Polish kingdom.
- join throngs of Black Madonna pilgrims in Częstochowa
- appreciate the perfection of 16th-century town planning in Zamość
- restaurants & accommodation
- revel in the grandeur of Pieskowa Skała Castle in Ojców National Park
Coverage includes: The Kraków−Częstochowa Upland, Ojców National Park, Częstochowa, The Małopolska Upland, Kielce, Świętokrzyski National Park, The Sandomierz Valley, Sandomierz, The Radom Plain, Radom, The Lublin Upland, Lublin, Kazimierz Dolny, Chełm, Zamość, and Zwierzyniec & Roztocze National Park.
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