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One of the most underrated travel destinations in Europe, Poland offers everything from vibrant culture and spectacular natural sights to rich history, magnificent architecture, outstanding shopping, and tasty brews.
In the must-visit southern city of Krakow, visitors can stroll cobbled streets and visit enticing spots like the medieval Main Market Square. Its center feature is the Renaissance-era Cloth Hall, which dates to the 13th-century as one of the city’s most recognizable icons. Here you can visit traditional pubs, watch entertaining street performers and marvel at the unique and stunning stained-glass windows at St. Mary’s Basilica. South of the center of town is the District of Kazimierz, the former Jewish ghetto turned vibrant student and artist population.
From here, you can take a day trip to the Nazi’s largest concentration camp, Auschwitz, where from the spring of 1942 to the fall of 1944, trains brought Jews to its gas chambers from throughout Nazi-occupied Europe, killing more than 1.1 million.
Gdansk is another city not to be missed as one of the oldest in Poland with a history dating back more than a thousand years. A beautiful port city, it hosts a fantastic historic centre with outstanding museums and picturesque beaches, spread along the Golf of Gdansk coast. As the amber capital, you can find this gem in many boutiques and explore the Amber Museum.
There’s lots to be seen in Warsaw too, like Royal Castle, Old Town, the Palace on the Isle and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
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Where to visit in Poland
Our travel experts have collated their top recommendations of where to visit in Poland.
The Polish capital has a long history as the country’s cultural, economic and political hub. Here you can enjoy everything from extensive parkland to strolling the cobbled streets of Old Town and marveling at the opulence showcased in everything from the neoclassical palaces to gothic churches. Top spots to visit include the Mostowski Palace, Presidential Palace and the Royal Castle, the pride of Warsaw. Dating back to the 14th century, it’s been the residence of Polish kings, of the president and the seat of parliament. Families with children won’t want to miss the Multimedia Fountain Park and Warsaw Zoo.
The cultural center of Poland, Krakow is its second biggest city, an architectural jewel that’s home to Europe’s largest market square and its iconic 13th-century Cloth Hall. Get lost among the maze of streets in Old Town, enjoying the atmosphere before stopping to explore the interior of Wawel Castle and admiring the art nouveau masterpieces at Kazimierz. You’ll find a number of markets hidden inside where you can purchase local trinkets. Plenty of alfresco cafes and candlelit bars can be found for enjoying a refreshing drink and some of the tasty local fare.
Wroclaw is home to one of the prettiest town squares you’ll find anywhere with its medieval majesty. The impressive facades of the townhouses that line it range from gothic to art nouveau. Its history is firmly linked to the water that gives it life, the Oder and its tributaries. Spanning the waterways are more than 100 bridges which has earned Wroclaw the nickname “Venice of the North.” Visitors can enjoy riverside parks, interesting museums and the Centennial Hall, a 20th-century architectural gem.
Situated at the foothills of the majestic Tatra mountains, Zakopane is a center of Goral culture, often referred to as the “winter capital of Poland.” It’s a popular place for skiing, mountaineering and tourism, with a walking street that’s jam-packed with souvenir shops and restaurants. Visitors won’t want to miss the short hike to gorgeous Tatra Lake in Tatra National Park, or the cheese. The smoked cheese made from salted sheep’s milk called oscypek can only be found in this region.
This picturesque port city is the world’s amber capital, set along the coast of the Baltic sea. One of Europe’s hidden treasures, it’s filled with colorful medieval architecture and an abundance of natural beauty. The 17th-century Neptune’s Fountain is a popular sight named after the Greek god of water, surrounded by charming cafes and historic homes. Dlugi Targ is its bustling thoroughfare, lined with trendy bars and restaurants along with impressive buildings like the 1618 Golden House, the city’s grandest faced with 12 elaborately carved scenes interspersed with famous historical figures in the friezes between stories.
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Things to do in Poland
Explore Krakow Old Town
Krakow’s Old Town is especially enjoyable to stroll with its labyrinth of cobbled alleyways, soaring gothic church spires, and partially remaining medieval Town Hall. Listed as one of the first urban UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the historic area was completely rebuilt during the post-war period, recreated just as it was during the Middle Ages. It also boasts one of Europe’s top nightlife scenes.
Get Lost in Warsaw’s Old Town
Warsaw’s Old Town is a bustling hub for tourism, with medieval buildings reconstructed after World War II and cobblestone alleys. Rynek Starego Miasta is at its heart, a lively square with upscale Polish restaurants and burgher houses. The area also hosts the Royal Castle’s manicured gardens and restored apartments, while summer concerts are perfected at the nearby St. John’s Archcathedral.
Discover Old Town Charm in Gdansk
Gdansk Old Town offers many charms, including the spectacular merchant guilds from the Hanseatic era, Franciscan churches and many remnants of its once booming maritime industry. Discover all sorts of magnificent architecture and witness the fusion of Slavic, Baltic and Scandinavian influences in the culture. St. Mary’s Church dominates the old town as one of the world’s largest brick churches.
Arguably the most sobering reminder of the Nazi regime in Europe, Auschwitz was the largest concentration camp. In just over four-and-a-half years, the Nazis systemically murdered over 1.1 million people here. Today it serves as a memorial and a museum for the Holocaust, chronicling its rise to a death camp and the horrific atrocities that led to the destruction of European Jews.
See Malbork Castle
The 13th-century fortress and Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, magnificent Malbork Castle is the world’s largest by land area and a UENSCO World Heritage Site. One of Poland’s most intriguing medieval relics, its located in the north, along the east banks of the River Nogat and features formidable gatehouse, great bulwarks, spiky turrets and a frenzy of walls.
Go Skiing in Zakopane
The undisputed winter capital, Zakopane is a town of highland taverns and timber-clad cottages in Poland’s deepest southern reaches at the foot of the Tatras Mountains in Western Malopolska, a region rich in cultural and historical heritage. It’s also the best-known ski center in the country, with seven ski areas offering 50+ lifts between them calling visitors to glide down the slopes.
See Lazienki Park
Located in Warsaw, Lazienki Park, often referred to as Royal Baths Park, is the city’s largest park, covering 76 hectares at its center. The most famous attraction in this palace and park complex which draws many locals to enjoy traditional family strolls on Sundays, is the Palace on the Island, originally built in the 17th-century as a private bathhouse.
Discover the Depths of the Wieliczka Salt Mines
One of Poland’s top attractions, the Wieliczka Salt Mine can be explored by taking an underground tour. You’ll see underground lakes, caverns, chandeliers, and salt sculptures. The underground chapel has a unique history, devoted to Hungarian princess Saint Kinga who turned down a marriage proposal from the Polish king by tossing his engagement ring into a Transylvanian salt mine.
Hike the Tatra Mountains
Part of Eastern Europe’s Carpathian Mountain Range, the Tatra Mountains are filled with lush valleys and sparkling lakes, covered with fir trees and scenic trails that wind toward the Slovakian border from the town of Zakopane. The area is protected as national parkland, popular for winter and summer sports, including hiking. Wildlife is abundant too, including bears, lynx and the Tatra chamois.
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