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Poland is a nation with a long history, a vibrant culture, and stunning natural scenery. Start your Polish experience in Warsaw, the country's capital and a stunning fusion of history and contemporary. With its lovely cobblestone lanes, vibrant facades, and recognizable Royal Castle, explore the Old Town that has been rebuilt, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Krakow - A Cultural Gem: Travel to Krakow, a place famed for its rich history and allure of the Middle Ages. Discover the majestic St. Mary's Basilica and the storied Cloth Hall in the UNESCO-listed Krakow Old Town, a treasure trove of Gothic architecture. The Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, a memorial to the tragedies of World War II, offers an immersive experience into the tragic history of the Holocaust. Climb the Wawel Castle to take in the regal splendor and sweeping vistas of the city.
Wroclaw - The Venice of Poland: Learn about Wroclaw, a gorgeous city that is referred regarded as Poland's Venice for its abundance of canals and charming bridges. Wander through the vibrant Market Square and take in the Town Hall's Gothic design. Discover the lovely Ostrów Tumski, the city's oldest neighborhood, with its stunning church and quaint streets.
Zakopane - Nature's Playground: Travelers who enjoy the outdoors and the natural world frequently visit the lovely village of Zakopane in the Tatra Mountains. Enjoy breathtaking mountain scenery, go hiking in the Tatras, or go skiing or snowboarding during the winter to have an exhilarating trip. Discover the region's vibrant folk culture, which is renowned for its original music, artwork, and traditional wooden architecture.
Gdansk - Hanseatic Beauty: Discover the Baltic Sea's entrance city of Gdansk, a representation of Polish spirit. Explore the Old Town's vibrant streets, which are lined with stunning Gothic and Renaissance structures. Visit the European Solidarity Centre to view the renowned Gdansk Crane, a representation of the city's maritime past, and discover more about the Solidarity movement.