From the quirky to the divine, Tarnów in southeast Poland pretty much has it all.
Easily accessed by a picturesque trip on PKP (approximately three hours from Warsaw with a change at Malbork), Elbląg is a town that although remaining somewhat off the radar, nonetheless warrants lavishing with attention.
As world marks International Monuments Day, TFN looks at some of Poland’s finest.
It may have survived fire and Nazi bombs but the Baryczkowski Crucifix is in dire need of a bit of tender loving care.
The chapel holds the graves of Poland’s first Christian ruler and king, but is usually off-limits to visitors.