Located near the border with Lithuania and Belarus, Białystok has a diverse and rich history. Today the city is known for its abundance of nature and for the 18th-century Branicki Palace.
Bielsko-Biała is located in southern Poland just north of the Beskid Mountains. The city has numerous art attractions, including the Art Deco Pod Żabami Townhouse, Bielsko-Biała Museum and Castle, and BWA Gallery.
Located in the south of Poland, Kraków is a preserved Renaissance city and Poland's most popular tourist attraction. The city features numerous art galleries, museums, and other attractions.
Łódź, a former 19th-and-20th-century manufacturing hub, has reinvented itself as a capital of art and film. It is home to numerous 19th-century palaces and parks, as well as acclaimed contemporary art museums.
The sprawling capital of Poland, Warsaw features hundreds of art galleries, museums, street art works, and architectural landmarks.