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When sightseeing around Poland you'll find all the hallmarks of European charm in abundance: alpine mountains, historic buildings, resplendent lakes, lush meadows, untainted beaches and, as a less-than-rosy bonus, the setting for some key events from the Second World War.

The capital of Warsaw was the first city to fall to Hitler and had to be almost completely rebuilt after the 1944 invasion. Parts of the Old Town were built to replicate the city as it had stood in the 17th and 18th centuries and is the site of the Historical Museum of Warsaw, a salute to the city's violent past.

About two hours north of Warsaw is the Bialowieza Primaeval Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is one of the last remnants of the European primeval forest. Further north we find another rare vestige of olden Europe, the Gothic Castle in Malbork, the largest and most impressive brick fortress in Europe. There are several other wooden and stone churches, temples and other constructs throughout Poland's vast and glorious countryside, which can be chartered by bus or train.

An overview of the must-sees of Poland would not be complete without a mention of the most significant landmark of the country's violent past, Auschwitz - Hitler's biggest and most notorious concentration camp. Luxury NEWS >