Despite its turbulent history, nowadays Poland is re-discovered as a major tourist destination in Central Europe. It boasts perfect conditions for mountain trekking, hunting, fishing, adventures and extreme sports, skiing and snowboarding, rafting, kayaking and sailing, spa and wellness holidays. It has a huge lake district, a long Baltic Sea coastline and 8 towering mountains including the Tatra Mountains. Additionally, Poland is a paradise for everyone interested in culture, architecture, history and folklore. There are picturesque castles and fortresses, intriguing historic sites dating back to the 7th century BC, stunning remnants of the most recent history of Poland. Most of the country’s major towns like Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Katowice, Poznan, Torun, Lodz, Szczecin, and Wroclaw impress with interesting historic heritage, beautifully restored architecture, scenic landscapes, and rich cultural life. Poland offers a very wide range of accommodation. Besides traditional hotels in Poland, visitors may stay at representatives of international hotel chains and modern business hotels, hostels, bed & breakfast, guest houses, holiday apartments, pensions, lodges.