You may probably associate both Plock and Poland with sports emotions at the highest level provided, among others, by the handball players of ORLEN Wisla Plock. However, our country and the city have much more to offer – if you just open up to them, you will find that they hide many charming corners, wonderful monuments and places connected with our very rich and rough history. Poland is a well-developed country in Central-Eastern Europe with a diverse terrain. Here you will find both beautiful, sandy Baltic beaches, magnificent lakes surrounded by dense forests, pristine wilderness and high majestic mountain ranges. It is worth visiting its many architectural gems such as Kraków, Wroclaw, Gdansk or Torun, savoring the regional cuisine represented by “pierogi” or “zurek” and experiencing Polish hospitality. This is where world-renowned figures like Fryderyk Chopin, Nicolaus Copernicus, Maria Sklodowska-Curie, Lech Wałęsa and Pope John Paul II come from. In Poland, you can find as many as 17 sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city of Plock, located in central Poland on the longest river – the Vistula – offers not only sporting excitement accompanying the matches of the Polish handball players of ORLEN Wisla Plock, but also magnificent architecture, a unique atmosphere and wide range cultural offerings. Poland's former capital enchants with its Gothic cathedral, the picturesque Tumskie Hill and the charming Old Town with narrow streets. Every year, our country and city are visited by crowds of tourists and sports fans, so do not hesitate any longer and join them; you certainly will not regret it! You are most welcome, Poland.Travel!