In this paper, an analysis of foreign direct investment in terms of regional differences was conducted. The analysis covered the period 2005-2013. The analysis shows that the distribution of investors in Poland is varied regionally. Regions particularly attractive for foreign investors were Mazovia, Silesia, Lower Silesia and Greater Poland. In contrast, Lublin Province, Podlasie Province, Warmia-Masuria Province are regions where foreign investors are the least.