This vibrant, busy city has slowly been emerging as a new cultural diamond in Eastern Europe and forms the centre of modern Poland. And while shiny skyscrapers, new restaurants and funky clubs shoot like mushrooms from the soil, Warsaw’s many historic buildings serve as a reminder of this city’s glorious history. SAS offers cheap flight tickets to Warsaw from Milan, Rome, Venice or Bologna..
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Gdansk is an Eastern European city with an incredible history and it is considered the most glamorous one by the Baltic Sea. Its beauty is matched by its many excellent restaurants, pubs, and night clubs: if you want a diverse city experience, Gdansk is the right place to visit. Fly with Scandinavian Airlines from from Milan, Rome, Venice or Bologna.
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Poznan is the capital of the Wielkopolska region in Poland and although a largely industrial city it has a high student population and a rich history which makes for an interesting and fun trip for people from all walks of life. The main attractions of the city are centred around Stary Rynek (the old square). The town hall and vendors' houses are particularly beautiful and the bars and restaurants surrounding them compliment their splendour. Fly with Scandinavian Airlines from from Milan, Rome, Venice or Bologna to Poznan.
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Wroclaw is Poland's fourth largest city and has a rich cultural heritage as other Central European cities like Gdansk and Szczecin in Poland and Leipzig, Dresden and Munich in Germany. The city is the capital of the historic Polish province of Lower Silesia.
Wroclaw is today a modern city with a lot of tracks from the city's long history. The Main Square in the Old Town is the most beautiful place and unites the city's cultural and commercial history with modern urban life of cafés, restaurants and shops. Fly with Scandinavian Airlines from Milan to Wroclaw.
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