Poland is a country in Europe. The capital of Poland is Warsaw.
Due to the geographic location of Poland, the country is located in Central Europe, in the Nordic region, east of Germany, in the Czech Republic and north, west of Ukraine and Belarus as well as south of Russia and Lithuania. With the exception of Gdansk, Gdynia and Szczecin in northwestern Poland, it is a natural port on the Baltic coast. The geographical area of Poland is divided into the northeastern region known as the Polish Lake District. It is densely forested, sparsely populated and has few agricultural and industrial resources. The Sudit Mountains, which extend southwest to the Czech Republic, vertically and the Carpathians on the borders of Ukraine. Southeast of the country.
Poland's political map locates Polish cities, provinces and provincial capitals. Poland borders Russia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Germany. In the north, the country borders the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Gdansk (Gdansk-Poland region). Warsaw, Lodz, Radom, Slupsk, Elbe and Bielsko Biala are the main cities.
Poland is a beautiful place to visit all year round because something always happens here. Every season has different activities available. Gdansk, a city in northern Poland that was once a major power in Europe, is now often overlooked by foreign tourists and Poles. Gdansk used to be part of the Hanseatic League (which also includes cities like Hamburg and Stockholm), but Gdansk remains one of the most important ports in the Baltic Sea. The Paradise Cave, an incredible limestone cave in southern Poland, is often confused in Vietnam with a complex underground structure of the same name, but luckily, you don't have to travel to Southeast Asia to explore it. The cave is 200 m long and decorated with stalagmites and stalactites. Despite its relatively small size, it is considered one of the most beautiful caves in Poland and Europe.