720 POLANDOrdinær pris 149,00 kr
KRAKOWOrdinær pris 99,00 kr
PolandOrdinær pris 129,00 kr
Marco polo er svært detajerte kart som er praktiske og enkle i bruk. 7 klistremerker for å markere spesifikke steder gjør det enda enklere å planlegge reisen. Alle kartene inneholder en omfattende index for enkelt å finne frem.
Let the Marco Polo Poland Road Map guide you around this fascinating country. Discover the beautiful resorts on the Baltic Sea, historic ports, Gothic castles, a primeval forest, the Tatra Mountains and so much more with this highly durable, detailed, touring map of Poland. It folds away easily and is always on standby to help when you're stuck.
Perfect touring map - the scale is 1 : 800 000* ideal to help you tour the country by car or campervan.
Easy to use - the super clear mapping in strong colours and clear text will help you navigate the country like a local.
New ZOOM system - all large urban areas marked on the main map are cross-referenced to separate transit maps zooming in on the city. Zoom even further with detailed city maps in the index booklet. So if you choose to meander around the country lanes, criss-cross the country by motorway or navigate the streets of Gdansk, Krakow or Warsaw, this handy, fold-out map has all the information you need.
Includes 13 city maps - detailed street maps of Czestochowa, Gdansk, Gliwice, Katowice, Kraow, Lublin, Lodz, Olszty, Poznan, Szczecin, Warsaw, Wroclaw and Zamosc are also included.
Poland highlights - major sights and key points of interest are marked on the map by numbered stars and these are listed in the index booklet with a brief description to help you pick the best places to see en route.
Extensive index - the thorough index is fully cross-referenced to the map to help you pinpoint your destination quickly.
Publisert år: 2020
Poland NorthOrdinær pris 169,00 kr
Tysk kartserie med flotte kart på slitesterkt plastpapir.
Northern Poland at 1:350,000 on an indexed, waterproof and tear-resistant road map with topographic and tourist information and historical German names for main towns, published by Reise Know-How as part of their highly acclaimed World Mapping Project. The map is double-sided to provide the best balance between a good scale and a convenient size sheet.
The map divides northern Poland east/west, with a small overlap between the sides. Coverage extends south to the Bydgoszcz – Pultusk line. Names of many towns within areas which during the 19th and part of the 20th century were in Germany are shown with their German equivalents. Road and rail networks are easy to see on a clear base which shows the area’s topography by altitude colouring with contours and spot heights. Names of the region’s numerous national or regional parks and lake districts are clearly marked. Road network includes unsurfaced local roads and indicates locations of border crossings. Internal administrative boundaries are shown with names of the provinces. Symbols highlight various places of interest, including campsites, castles, churches, viewpoints, etc. Names of some sights are shown in German. The map has a latitude and longitude grid at intervals of 20’ and an index of place names. Map legend includes English.
Publisert år: 2016
Warsaw & Poland EastOrdinær pris 149,00 kr
ITM har kart over hele verden og de spesialiserer seg på land litt utenfor allfarvei. Beliggenheten til landets nasjonalparker, historiske monumenter, de viktigste veiene o.L. Finner du inkludert i kartene. Samtlige landkart har ofte et bykart over hovedstaden.
Fra ITM: This is, at the same time, our second edition updated map of Warsaw and a brand new title for ITMB, in that we have added a regional map of the eastern half of Poland to the second side of the map. This gives the end user two maps for the price of one by combining the many attractions of the city with its surrounding countryside. Anyone with a small amount of historical knowledge knows that Warsaw was largely destroyed during World War II. Many historic cities suffered this fate; in the case of Warsaw, the historic old town was re-built more or less as it had been, with some road widenings changing things, and the rest of the city was re-created as a post-war urban area. The old town is actually quite compact, so is shown in detail on an inset map, as is the greater Warsaw urban area The urban map shows rail and metro lines/stations, tram lines, churches, theatres, the enormous Soviet-era cultural centre, hotels etc. The regional map covers a very large portion of eastern Poland, from the eastern borders to Lodz, and includes the roads leading to Krakow and Gdansk; altogether, a perfect map for those using Warsaw as a base and exploring the hinterland on short trips.
Publisert år: 2018