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Better a sparrow in the hand than a pigeon on the roof.
Embark on an exploration of the Heart of Europe in Poland, a land blessed with breathtaking natural beauty and a rich cultural heritage. In Poland, mere words fall short in capturing the true essence – it’s an experience meant to be lived. Your grand adventure in Poland opens the door to enchanting encounters, from Europe’s last remaining primeval forest to the shimmering beauty of the Masurian Lake District. History enthusiasts will be captivated by the architectural splendor of cities like Warsaw and Krakow, where royal traditions infuse every cobblestone street and magnificent castle.
Immerse yourself in well-preserved castles, captivating museums, vibrant art galleries, and the harmonious notes of concert halls. If you seek a touch of glamour, explore the chic equestrian clubs along the stunning Baltic Sea Amber Coast, or find serenity in our tranquil nature reserves. Experienced travel guides stand ready to assist you on this journey, sharing captivating stories and expert advice that will ignite your imagination and kindle your desire to return. The moment you set foot in Poland, the warm embrace of Polish hospitality awaits, offering unique and diverse experiences tailored for the most discerning of travelers.
Border countries: Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia
Population: 38,5 million
Area: 322,575 sq km
Time Zone: CET (UTC+1)
Summer (DST): CEST (UTC+2)
Climate: Mild summers and moderately severe winters
Currency: Zloty (PLN, zl)
Government type: Republic, parliamentary democracy
Country code: PL
Bigos: A dish known as “hunter’s stew,” prepared with venison, rabbit, or pork.
Blueberry Mazurka: A traditional Polish dessert made for special occasions.
Golabki: A traditional dish with Lithuanian origins made with large cabbage leaves, rice, and minced meat with vegetables.
Pierogi: Dumplings filled with various delicious fillings, both savory and sweet.
Flaki or Flaczki: A traditional Polish meat stew made with beef tripe.
Bath salt from the salt mine in Krakow.
Wooden jewelry boxes.
Krówki: “Little cows,” semi-soft milk toffee candies.
Ptasie Mleczko: “Bird’s milk candies,” soft chocolate-covered candy filled with meringue.
Employees celebrate their name day with cake and champagne at the office.
Yellow chrysanthemums are reserved for funerals.
Placing a handbag or purse on the floor is believed to bring financial loss.
Grinding poppy seeds on Christmas Eve is thought to bring good luck in marriage.
Knocking on wood is a way to ward off bad luck.
Krakow: At the pinnacle of must-visit cities, Krakow’s former royal grandeur and UNESCO recognition make it a standout.
Warsaw: Rising from the ashes of World War II, the capital city’s vibrant old town and resilience draw travelers.
Gdansk: This coastal port city is known for its rich history and colorful architecture, with nearby Sopot as a seaside gem.
Wroclaw: A hidden architectural treasure along the Oder River, rivaling larger Polish cities.
Poznan: A thriving cultural and business center, Poznan hosts grand fairs, boasts exceptional dining, and showcases captivating architecture.
Wawel in Krakow: Explore the Wawel architectural complex, featuring a stunning castle and the cathedral where many Polish kings are buried.
Wieliczka Salt Mine: Visit this unique museum in a 13th-century royal mine with an incredible chapel and intricate tunnels to explore.
Lazienki Royal Residence Park in Warsaw: Discover Warsaw’s largest park, Lazienki, with cultural events and charming peacocks and squirrels.
Tatra National Park: Immerse yourself in Poland’s diverse and breathtaking nature, with spectacular mountains and hiking trails.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum in Oswiecim: Pay tribute to the victims of World War II at this infamous concentration camp, a moving and unforgettable experience.
The best times to visit Poland are typically during the spring or fall, regardless of the duration of your stay. Spring brings pleasant warmth and relatively lower rainfall, making it an ideal season to explore the country. However, the autumn scenery in Poland is exceptionally beautiful and often more budget-friendly. If you plan to explore Poland’s seaside, summer is the prime period, of course.
Can’t decide whether to travel or not? Take a look at the magical trip video created by the advertising agency Bogaczewicz. It will undoubtedly inspire you to embark on your adventure in Poland.
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Professionally educated in sports and tourism management, Iveta is passionate about encouraging guests to explore the Northeastern region of Europe in the most attractive way. She has been working in the tourism industry since 2013, assisting customers from 64 countries, and she loves doing it!