It Is Becoming More and More Popular
Poland is cosmopolitan cities and picturesque lakes, it’s inspiring museums and intimate mountain passes. With cities offering so much history and colourful architecture as well as vibrant nightlife, and countryside bringing action and adventure in the lakes and mountains, Poland is becoming more and more popular with tourists flocking all year round.
The Go-To Choice For A City Break
Poland is fast becoming the go-to choice for a city break. Whether it’s a hen or stag do, romantic couples break or anything in between, the cities in Poland offer something for everybody with Gdańsk, Kraków and Warsaw topping the list.
Warsaw is the country’s capital. It has an abundance of museums of palaces for those wanting to immerse themselves in a significant history. From the Warsaw Rising Museum to the beautiful Fryderyk Chopin Museum, and for visits to a royal palace, head to Wilanów Palace or Palace on the Isle in Łazienki Park.
Gdańsk is a firm favourite, as well as the history highlights, it’s also full of buzzing bars and restaurants. The colourful architecture draws you in and when you reach Dlugie Pobrzeze, Long Riverside, you’ve reached the centre of the cities nightlife. Lined with cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops as well as beautiful water gates and bridges, Long Riverside is a must for any trip to Gdańsk. Make sure you check out The Rynek Underground Museum. Being the centre of the world’s amber trade, we guarantee you won’t leave Gdańsk without a little souvenir.
Dubbed as the cultural capital of Poland, Kraków is awash with festivals and events. Theatre, music, film, dance, literature and food, Kraków will find one way or another to celebrate. There is never a bad time to visit Kraków. Kraków is also known for its good food, as well as a lot of European influences, it has some traditional delights like kiełbasa which is a Polish sausage, pierogi, polish dumplings, and vodka, all topped off with a lody, the traditional ice cream.
There’s more to Poland than the enticing cities. The Great Masurian Lakes and Baltic beaches are a major draw. Jump aboard a luxury yacht, jump in for a swim or jump into a canoe to explore the interconnected lakes. The summers aren’t particularly long but when the sun is out, Poland has a great number of Baltic beaches to choose from.