Poland - Malopolska (PDF Chapter)
This is the Małopolska chapter from Lonely Planet’s Poland guidebook.
Covering much of the southeast, Małopolska has played an outsized role in Polish history. These days, it’s mostly passed over by travellers who make a beeline for Kraków and then move on. That’s a pity – it’s rich in natural beauty and culture.
- join throngs of Catholic pilgrims visiting the Black Madonna at Częstochowa
- roam the jewel-like town of Zamość, a monument to the Renaissance
- have portraits peer down at you as you wander the Kraków Bishops’ Palace in Kielce
- restaurants & accommodation
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, Zamość, Zwierzyniec & Roztocze National Park.
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