2. Idyllic nature
This country is also abounding in wildlife thanks to its situation on three different ecoregions. Many species of animals that have disappeared from Europe still can be found on the territory of Poland, such as the wisent in Bialowieza Forest, the brown bear in Bialowieza, Tatras, and Beskids, the beaver in Masuria. As well, one quarter of the global population of white storks live in the lake districts and wetlands of Poland. The Biebrza National Park and the Tatras National Park are not only known for their wildlife, but also for beautiful sights of mountains and the surrounding tranquility.