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For further information we recommend:

www.poland.travel/en  -  Poland's official travel website
www.doyouknowpolska.com - visual and interactive dictionary of slang terms that describe Poland as seen by the young generation of Poles

Services of cities and regions:

www.um.warszawa.pl  - city of Warsaw
www.warsawtour.pl/en - Official Tourist Website of Warsaw
www.krakow.pl/english/ - city of Kraków
www.wroclaw.pl/index.dhtml - city of Wrocław

www.um.nysa.pl – city of Nysa
www.sopot.pl/eGmina/pl - city of Sopot
www.en.uml.lodz.pl - city of Łódź
www.poznan.pl/mim/public/turystyka/index.html?lang=en – city of Poznań

 

Other site:

http://www.2012.org.pl/

Final matches of European Football Championships will be held in Poland and Ukraine between 8th June and 1st July 2012. The teams will compete for the title of European Champion in 31 matches which will be held on eight stadiums, four in Poland – in Gdańsk, Poznań, Warsaw, Wrocław – and four in Ukraine – in Donetsk, Lviv, Kharkov and Kiev. The opening match will be played on 8th June in Warsaw and the final on 1st July in Kiev. All the matches will be broadcasted live to over two hundred countries all over the world.