This captivating country in Central Europe offers a rich tapestry of history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes. From the charming streets of Krakow to the stunning beauty of the Tatra Mountains and the historic sites of Warsaw, Poland is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. Embark on an unforgettable journey and create lifelong memories on your holiday in Poland!
Discover the rich history of Poland by visiting its historic cities. Explore the medieval old town of Krakow, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its magnificent Wawel Castle and the iconic St. Mary’s Basilica. Visit Warsaw, the capital city, and learn about its resilience and rebirth after World War II. Explore the charming streets of the Old Town, reconstructed to their former glory, and visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum to gain insight into Poland’s wartime history. Poland’s historic cities are a testament to the country’s fascinating past and offer a unique blend of architectural wonders and cultural experiences.
Experience the natural beauty of Poland’s landscapes. Head to the Tatra Mountains, the country’s southernmost range, and indulge in hiking, skiing, or simply taking in the breathtaking views of the alpine scenery. Explore the stunning lakeside region of Mazury, with its network of interconnected lakes and pristine forests, perfect for boating, kayaking, and fishing. Discover the picturesque Bialowieza Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to the European bison, where you can immerse yourself in nature and witness the beauty of Poland’s wilderness.
Immerse yourself in Poland’s vibrant culture. Attend a classical music concert in one of the historic venues, such as the Royal Castle in Warsaw or the Philharmonic Hall in Katowice. Explore Poland’s traditional folklore by witnessing lively performances of music, dance, and colourful costumes. Delve into Polish cuisine and savour mouthwatering dishes such as pierogi (dumplings), bigos (hunter’s stew), and traditional Polish sausages. Poland’s cultural experiences offer a unique glimpse into the country’s traditions, arts, and warm hospitality.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
As with much of Eastern Europe, winters can be rather cold. Therefore the best time to travel is between May and September.
Around 2 hours from the UK
Ideal for those who love city breaks. There are a number of lovely cities to visit in Poland, each with their own character.
HOW TO GET THERE
Flights are available all over the UK to many Polish cities including Warsaw, Katowice, Krakow, Wroclaw, Gdansk and Lodz. There are multiple flights a day from London to Warsaw and Katowice.
IDEAL TO COMBINE WITH
Ideal to combine with a stay in Germany, where you can get the train to Poznan. or head south into Slovakia
OUR FAVOURITE POLISH DESTINATIONS
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