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It's better to have a sparrow in your hand, than a pigeon on the roof
Tours in Poland are saying dzień dobry! If we had to describe this country in one sentence, we just couldn’t… Holidays in Poland – garden of nature and treasure trove of cultural riches. Visit Poland, because every year, Poland tours create a possibility to explore this magical country! Travel to Poland and understand why millions of tourists are caught by a desire to return as soon as they can! Poland tours are just incredible experiences for everyone who enjoys traveling. Long-lasted royal traditions in the past are still appearing in beautiful cities like Warsaw and Krakow. Tour of Poland will show you, that there are remained castles, museums, modern art galleries and concert halls, equestrian clubs and discos, along the Baltic Sea Amber Coast and across the Masuria – the Land of a Thousand Lakes. If necessary, we will arrange you private or tailor made tour in Poland. Poland travel guides are ready to help and answer all of the questions a traveler could have while visiting. Stories about ancient forests, amazing long river views, unbelievably beautiful hills and relaxing nature reserves will blow your mind and motivate to come back for another tour of Poland. Everything here, in Poland, is so unique, ready to satisfy even the most demanding guest… Wait until you travel to Poland and experience the overwhelming Polish hospitality… Are you already preparing for Poland tours?
Border countries: Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, 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), 1 zloty = 100 groszy
Government type: Republic, parliamentary democracy
Country code: PL
Bigos – dish, known as “hunter’s stew”. It can be prepared with venison, rabbit or pork.
Blueberry Mazurka – traditional Polish dessert made for special occasions. Interested? Visit Poland!
Golabki – traditional dish, with Lithuanian origin. It is made with big leaves of cabbage, rice and mince meat with addition of vegetables.
Pierogi – dumplings, usually filled with mushrooms, meat, potato, savory cheese, sweet curd cheese with a touch of vanilla, or blueberries or other fruits. Visit Poland and enjoy!
Flaki or Flaczki – a traditional Polish meat stew. Its name is derived from its main ingredient: thin, cleaned strips of beef tripe (in Polish: flaki – which can also be literally translated to “guts”).
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If you decided to pick Poland as your holiday destination – you won’t regret it. Travel to Poland for reasonable price and enjoy group sightseeing excursions with a passionate travel guide. Holidays in Poland will inspire and make you feel like in a historical dream, full of interesting plot twists. Visit Poland and feel the magic spirit of group sightseeing!
Your quick guide to Poland
Most popular cities to visit in Poland
Krakow is probably at the top of the most popular cities to visit in Poland. The former royal seat of Poland will undoubtedly capture your heart! The city is considered as one of the most interesting and most beautiful tourist destinations in Poland. On top of that, the old town of the city was one of the first listings on UNESCO World Heritage site list! That just cements Krakow’s position as one of the best cities to go.
Warsaw is the capital city of Poland and the most populated city in the country. The city has a beautiful bustling old town, including Warsaw’s famous central marketplace. What is really fascinating about the city is that it was almost completely left in ashes, during the World War Two. However, almost immediately it was rebuilt and regained its status as one of the most beautiful and most visited European cities.
A major port of Poland, Gdansk, is located just one the coast of Baltic sea. The city is famous for its complex historical background and colorful architecture. Near the city of Gdansk, a major Polish resort called Sopot is located. Gdansk is the perfect destination if you are wondering what cities to see for a weekend getaway and want to spend it in a beautiful seaside city.
Wroclaw is a little bit less known than the other cities to visit, however, you should definitely not overlook visiting it. When it comes to the architectural beauty of the city, Wroclaw is at a plateau with Warsaw and other Polish giants. The city is located on the coast of river Oder, which allows witnessing the beauty of Wroclaw by sailing down the river. That being said, Wroclaw is without a doubt one of the best cities to visit in Poland.
Poznan is one of the main cultural and business centers of Poland and, boy, it’s hard to get bored here! The city is famous for hosting multiple massive fairs and offers a wide range of good restaurants. Additionally, here you will find some of the most interesting architecture Poland can offer. Gorgeous architecture and cultural activities are what makes Poznan one of the most popular cities to visit in Poland.
Best time to visit Poland
Probably the best time to visit Poland is during the spring or fall regardless of how many days you are staying. The spring here is warm and the rainfall is relatively small so it would generally be the best time to visit Poland, however, the autumn here is particularly beautiful and is usually the cheapest time to go. If you are wondering when to go to explore the country’s seaside – summer is the best period, however, summers are pretty rainy in Poland.
5) Wawel in Krakow
Wavel architectural complex is one of the best historical places to visit in Poland. In the complex, you will find the beautiful castle of Wawel – one of the most interesting landmarks in Krakow. Nearby, the cathedral of Wawel is situated, where most of the Polish kings are buried. Wavel absolutely should be on your list of top 5 places to go.
4) Wieliczka Salt Mine
Wieliczka Salt Mine is a perfect destination for those who seek something unusual and unique. Being one of the most famous and visited museums in Poland, the Wieliczka Salt Mine was established way back in the 13th century as a royal mine. Inside you will find an amazing chapel and many interesting tunnels to explore. That being said, the salt mine of Wieliczka is one of the coolest places to go in Poland.
3) Lazienki Royal Residence Park in Warsaw
One of the nicest places to go is the Warsaw’s biggest park – Lazienki. For your amusement, this is the place, where a lot of cultural, music or arts events happen. The park is situated right in the city center and is a good place to go, in order to get away from the busy life of Warsaw. In addition, lots of peacocks and squirrels will definitely capture your heart.
2) Tatra National Park
The National Park of Tatra is one of the most recommended places to go in Poland, to get the glimpse of country’s amazing and diverse nature. Spectacular mountains and hiking trails will surely leave you in awe of this region. If you want to get the full picture of Poland, a visit to the High Tatras is absolutely a must during your stay in the country.
1) Auschwitz-Birkenau museum in Oswiecim
If you are wondering which places to visit that you will remember for a long time – this is the one. Auschwitz is an infamous World War II concentration camp in Poland and is one of the country’s unique and special museums. The concentration camp is an impressive memorial to the victims of World War II which leaves an unmatched effect on its visitors.
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