Rawa Mazowiecka is about 20-thousand people county
town (£ód¼ district) situated in the fork of the Rawka and Rylka rivers,
in the very heart of Poland. For ages Rawa upland has belonged to
Mazovia, which by no means influenced the development of the town.
On the map Rawa is found at the meeting point of transport routs from
Warsaw to Prague and from £ód¼ to Warsaw. Thanks
to such a convenient position, it is easily accessible for people
using their own means of transport or those taking advantage of coach
services (Polish Express, PKS (Polish Motor Transport) or with the
help of Rogów narrow- gauged suburban railway. Touristy advantages
of Rawa Mazowiecka and its surroundings (water, forests and architectonic
monuments) in connection with affordable prices of accommodation and
catering cause that it is enough to come for one weekend only to wish
to return here again and again.
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