Kielce - Sandomierz, Poland
Sandomierz: the best place for Phycologists.
Sandomierz is one of oldest Polish cities situated on seven hills on the Vistula River and also known as „little Rome”. This is a charming city with countless historic buildings, some date back to the Xth century and surrounded by blossoming apple and apricot trees.
Sandomierz is considered the pearl of the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, ranks among the most important tourist attractions in the region. It is the perfect location for exploring the undiscovered beauty and the spirit of south-eastern Poland.
Sandomierz is located 90 km to the east of Kielce, 190 km to the south of Warsaw, 160 km to the northern east of Cracow and 90 km to the north of Rzeszów.
You are invited to visit Kielce.
It is the city located in the heart of the oldest European mountains called the Holy Cross Mountains. It is the capital of Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship and the economic, academic, cultural and touristic centre in the South-Eastern part of Poland. Within the boundaries of Kielce there are as many as five nature reserves with geological pecularities which are a real treasure trove of knowledge and secrets for paleontology and archeology enthusiasts, and the fossil of footprints of dinosaurus and reptiles are an amazing witness of the exceptional nature of this region.