Toruń is a lovely small, old town,
that I always recommend to visit in Poland.
Why? – Because of its diverse architecture, Teutonic Castle, gingerbread, Nicolaus Copernicus, and many more. 🙂
The only drawback – in summer months Toruń may be quite crowded.
Many Polish people (including me) love to pick up (edible) mushrooms in forest.
The mushrooms from today’s picture should stay where they are,
there are many other eatable (more than once 😉 ) mushrooms.
To simplify, the central part of Poland is flat, sea is in the north, mountains are in the south part of Poland. There are two main mountain ranges: the Sudetes and Carpathian mountains; all beautiful. 🙂
You may meet jellyfish in the Baltic sea. Mostly, they are completely not harmful to people. But there is also a kind of sea jellies in the Baltic Sea that you should avoid, however it’s very unlikely to see it.
When I was a child, everyone was saying, thet “our” jellyfish are not harmful; it’s almost always the case; but it doesn’t mean 100%.
I think, we were going relatively often to the coast, when I was a child.
Somehow, I always have this image in the front of my head – sand and pink roses.
I’m sure, you can still see in Poland, many bushes with roses close to beaches.