Warsaw - Polish capital. Executive body of the city Mayor Warsaw elected in accordance with the law on direct election the mayor, the mayor and the mayor and the authority of the City Council and inspection Warsaw, selected in accordance with the law on elections to municipal councils, district councils and regional councils.
Zakopane-is the largest urban center in the immediate vicinity of the Tatra Mountains, a large winter sports resort, has long been informally known as the winter capital of Polish. Tatra District seat.
Gdańsk - the city is situated on the Gulf of Gdansk, at the mouth of the Vistula Motława. Gdańsk is situated on the Vistula Żuławy, coastal part of the Vistula Spit, and the western ends of the Pobrzeże Kaszubskie and the Kashubian Lake District.
Wroclaw - is the historical capital of Silesia, a major metropolitan city of Wroclaw. It has 632 240 inhabitants. From 6 December 1806 Wroclaw was besieged by Napoleon's army.
Masuria - landscape of the region was formed by the last glaciation approximately 14000-15000 years ago. Surface covered by forests. Land of the historical-ethnographic in northeastern Poland.
Gniezno - In 1000 was held in Gniezno Congress, attended by Boleslaw I the Brave, and Otto III. Gniezno was the first Polish capital. In 2009 the city had 69 649 inhabitants. It is characterized by many glacial lakes surrounded by the variety of mixed forests.