Poland is located in central Europe and is rich in history and cultural traditions. You’ll discover picturesque cities and old towns with unique architecture as well as breath taking natural scenery.
Warsaw has a dramatic history with the best museums reflecting this; Museum of Warswaw, Warsaw Rising Museum, POLIN Museum, Fryderyk Chopin Museum and Neon Museum.
The former royal capital of Kraków is a living museum of architecture through the ages. Kraków is also known for its well-preserved Europe’s largest medieval town square and Jewish quarter. The occupying Germany army in WWII tragically turned Poland into a killing field and one of the extermination camps was Auschwitz-Birkenau. This is now one of worlds famous memorial and museum in the town of Oświęcim.
Gdańsk is a popular destination for visitors. The Major Baltic port offers an abundance of characterful bars and cafes, seafood restaurants and pleasure-boat cruises along the river. Don’t forget to pay a visit at the Gdańsk Museum of WWII. For a more active experience you will enjoy a visit the Karkonosze National Park with over 450km of mountain-biking trails or hike the wonderful mountain range of the Tatras.
The Polish cuisine will certainly not disappoint, you will enjoy traditional home-cooking. There are many regional specialties including pierogi with a side of kapusta, kawec and delicious desserts like cream cakes, apple strudels and pancakes.