The Vistula River is Poland's most important waterway. Rising in the Carpathians and emptying into the Baltic Sea, it runs a bit over 1k km (around 650 mi.) on a generally northerly course that's entirely within Polish territory. Passing through some of Poland's most important cities, it also has long stretches dotted with beautiful small, often historically important, towns. In this drone video by artusam, you'll get an aerial view of one of them: Kazimierz Dolny, in the (southeastern) Lublin Voivodeship.