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Located in central Europe, Poland is filled with marvellous countryside, mountains, valleys, grasslands, forests, lakes, beaches, and many farms. In the cities you will find splendid castles and monuments everywhere, and lots of architecture from all ages. Because Poland was located in the middle of the WWII battles, many monuments and museums are dedicated to those battles. Certainly worth a visit, Poland is a place where you get to think about all of its history, which will make you think even more.
Warsaw: The largest city of Poland, and its capital. The river Vistula divides the city in a left and a right bank. Its historical Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site and has many things to offer. Visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum to get to know the historic struggle during WWII, the POLIN museum to get to know the history of the Polish Jews, the Museum of Modern Art, the National Museum, the State Ethnographical Museum, or the Heavens of Copernicus Planetarium.
Cracow: One of the oldest cities of Poland, and its second largest one, located at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains. Just like in Warsaw, the Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site and it is filled with beautiful architecture and monuments. Cracow is also a Unesco City of Literature. The city has 28 museums and art galleries, such as the National Art Museum, the Polish Aviation Museum, the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, the Stanisław Wyspiański Museum, the Emeryk Hutten Czapski Museum, and the Józef Mehoffer Manor. Also worth a visit are the Wawel Castle, Rynek Główny (Europe’s largest market square), St. Mary’s Basilica, the Wawel Cathedral, the Tatra Mountains, and of course the world famous camps of Auschwitz.
Łódź: Famous for its textile industry, this city is also known as the Manchester of Poland, and it is the centre of Poland’s films industry. It is a Unesco City of Film. Worth a stop are the textile factories, the Karol Scheibler's Chapel, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Poznański Palace, the Museum of the City of Łódź, or the Museum of the City of Łódź.
Wrocław: Influenced by Bohemian, Austrian and Prussian times, which give it a very unique architecture. Wrocław is located on the River Odra, and has 12 islands and 130 bridges. Its main points of interest are the Wrocław Zoo, the Multimedia Fountain, the Szczytnicki Park, the Miniature park and Dinosaur park, the Botanical Garden, the Olympic Stadium, the Municipal Stadium, the Sky Tower, the Hydropolis museum, the University of Wrocław, the Wrocław water tower, the Royal Palace, and the Wrocław Opera.
Poznań: The first capital of Poland, this city is often the first stop of travellers to Poland. It has a strategic position on the Berlin-Moscow train line, which makes it easy to get to from outside the country. Here you can also find Europe’s last steam-hauled passenger train service. Visit the Cathedral Island, the Old Town Square, its many churches and castles, and of course its many museums.
Most European capitals have a good connection with Poland. For intercontinental connections, there are direct flights from most of the biggest cities, such as Beijing, Toronto, New York and Chicago. Poland’s biggest airport is in Warsaw, where most international flights will land. It is however also possible to fly to Kraków or Gdańsk. A flight from London takes about 2 hours.
|Event Types Catered For|
|Spiritual Classes (Zumba/Yoga)|
|Food Tasting/Cooking Experience (in Hotel/Venue)|
|Food Tasting Walking Tour|
|FIT Individual Travel|
|City Walking Tour|
|Beach Water Sports|