Historical trips to Poland may appeal to Aussies

Plenty of Aussies look for overseas travel money before heading to different parts of Europe on a cultural tour each year.

One of the continent's most appealing features is its rich history and Australian holidaymakers continue to be intrigued by sites that were prominent in the World Wars in the last century.

According to the Associated Press, tourism chiefs in Poland are planning to invest $2 million into improvements at Adolf Hitler's infamous Wolfsschanze headquarters.

The area already attracts between 180,000 and 200,000 visitors a year, but it is hoped that significant upgrades will help boost this number by 20 per cent in the near future.

This particular site was the largest of ten command bases used by the Nazis in occupied Europe during World War Two and it has since proven to be a big tourst attraction.

Poland has not yet adopted the euro and still uses the zloty, which is good news for Aussie travellers, as the current strength of the dollar means their money will go far further in this fascinating European country.

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