The coastal area around the Baltic Sea is worth mentioning in particular. The Masurian Lake District, the Tatry Mountains and other regions of the country with a clean environment and a micro-climate favourable to the health.
More than 320 wellness centres offer health facilities and treatments in 75 places located in areas that are unique for their natural healing environments. The largest of these are Nałeczów, Krynica Zdrój, Augustów, Kołobrzeg, Ciechocinek, Rabka and Duszniki Zdrój.
The most reflective places for their historical backgrounds are Kraków, Warszawa, Wrocław, Gdańsk, Toruń, Oświecim and Wieliczka with its salt mine. Each of these places are highly attractive for tourists and are places of both relaxation and interest.
It is worth noting that Poland was ranked by Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016 – a world’s leading guidebook – as the 7th place to visit. The Institute of Tourism estimates that during 2015 there were 77.7 million arrivals to Poland of which tourist arrivals constituted about 16.7 million.
Source: Polish Investment and Trade Agnecy, Poland your business Partner. Invest in Poland, 2016.