Going across Poland one has to drive through many urban areas as they still haven`t built by-pass roads. You get the views, but the ride is slowed down considerably. That is why it is almost sure you will have to cover the distance Kraków- seaside, 700 kilometers, in about 10 hours.
Passing through towns we saw many monuments. Most probably WW2 memory.
Sometimes roads were bad. I used GPS for the first time, and its choices were dubious occasionally.
Very bad road chosen by GPS. Shortest!
I took the photo because of the flowers. Before I hadn`t paid attention to such displays but while in Poznań we saw a lot of them.
Village called Babilon. Funny.
Road police are scarce. You can drive across Poland seeing one or two patrols only. Photo radars have taken over.
I work in Vilnius, Lithuania, I used to live there for a few years and when it is necessary, I drive from here in the south of Poland to Lithuania. Here is a video I made of one drive through Poland during winter:
Silly question Number 73092540: How do I post a youtube vid without quoting or modifying the post?