The unique location of Poland on the Oder, Vistula and the Baltic Sea mesmerizes tourists with the natural attraction present here. Poland is a unique country where you can find almost all the riches of nature.
Sea, mountains, lakes, desert, forests. Small villages and big cities, a places where time has stopped and a modern, developing metropolises. It’s very easy to discover especially with cheap plane tickets to Poland.
Zakopane is well known as the „winter capital” of Poland, located in south-central Poland is the heart of Tatra Mountains. The Tatras are situated along Poland's southern border. They are shared between Poland and Slovakia. All of the mountain area was included in the Tatra National Park and put on the UNESCO Biosphere List. The park is mainly forests, meadows and numerous rock formations covering the Tatra Mountains, if you like climbing, skiing or want to see really scenic beauty, this place is created for you! The mountains offer a great range of activities, both in winter and summer. After all you will have the opportunity to get know unique culture, folk music and eat especially tradicional food.
Masurian Lake District
Located in north-eastern part of Poland, the Masurian Lake District is also often called „A land of a thousand lakes”. In fact there is over 2000 lakes and the largest lakes in Poland: Śniardwy. Masurian Lake District is a paradise for everyone who love nature and activity. You won’t find a better place for sailing, windsurfing and outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, kayaking, and horseback riding during the warm summer months, and also offers a range of winter activities.
Masurian region also has a lot of rivers perfect for fishing and forest areas that offer many trails for trekking and bicycling. There is also a nice variety of wildlife, edible berries and mushrooms, and large protected areas, including the Masurian Landscape Park that includes 11 nature reserves. It is also a place full of event like international boat racing, so you will be able to experience amazing adventures and meet people from all over the world.
Tricity – Gdansk/Sopot/Gdynia
One of the biggest Poland’s attraction is located on the south coast of the Baltic Sea. This area is composed of three cities: Gdynia, Sopot and Gdansk, and is called Tricity. Also known as Danzig, Gdansk is the largest city in northern Poland and it is main seaport since it lies on the Baltic Sea. It is popular among visitors, because of its thousand-year history and impressive architecture. Around the world the city is known as a place where Solidarity was born.
Sopot is a very popular resort, especially among young perople, located between Gdańsk and Gdynia.
Over the past several years Sopot changes from a small village to the seaside capital o nightlife. Gdynia is considered as a "Polish New York". It is one of the youngest and also one of the fastest developing city in Poland. It is well known for modern architecture and beautiful seashore. Gdynia is regularly advertised as "the best city to live in Poland" .
Poland is a country located in the heart of central Europe. It borders seven countries: Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Russia and the Baltic Sea. Poland has 38 million inhabitants, and it’s one of the biggest country at this area. In Poland there are 16 cities with a total population of over 200,000 inhabitants, in half of them are airports operated by LOT Polish Airlines, which offer direct flights to Poland from all the world.
Warsaw Chopin Airport
Situated on both sides of the Vistula, almost in the heart of Poland, Warsaw is both capital and the biggest city in the country. as you might expect, Warsaw's Fryderyk Chopin Airport is the largest airport in Poland. Since it was opened in 1934 until 2001 the airport was named Warsaw Okęcie Airport , then the name was changed to Warsaw Frederic Chopin, Airport in honour of the greatest Polish composer. Airport is served by almost 40 airlines, the biggest is LOT Polish Airlines.
LOT offers flights to 64 destinations, and in 2014 it handles 4,5 million passengers. In 2010, the designation of terminals had changed and the entire former Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 complex is now designated as Terminal A. It has five check-in areas (A, B, C, D, E) in two main halls and contains 116 check-in desks. Warsaw Chopin Airport is located 8 kilometres from the city centre, in the south-west part of city. You can get there by SKM trains, buses number: 175 and 188 during the day and N32 at night, or of course taxi. Public transport is really cheap and fast.
John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice
John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice it is the second Polish airport, both in terms of number of passengers and the number of flight operations. The airport was opened for civil aviation in 1964, since 1995 airport’s name is in honour of Pope John Paul II, who spent many years of his life in Cracow. From Cracow’s Airport you can fly to 32 cities on 37 airports. In September 2015 was opened brand-new passenger terminal which handles all airport operations, and T2 (the former Domestic terminal) has been closed for now.
Cracow Airport is located 17km west of the city centre, so journey by private car or taxi will not takes you a lot of time. Maybe you prefer to use public transport then the best way to get between the airport and Cracow's old town is train. Trains run every 30 minutes between 04:00 and 24:00 from Kraków's train station.
The journey takes you 18 minutes. In the unlikely event that you can't take the train, you should use public buses 292 (departs every 20mins) or 208 (once an hour).
Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport
Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport located 12 kilometres west northwest of Gdansk. The airport is named after Lech Wałęsa, the former Polish president and legend of “Solidarity”.
The modern, extended terminal (formerly terminal 2) handles both arrivals and departures when the old terminal was closed. The fastest option for getting to the airport is use the PKM: Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway. A train service connects the airport with the three cities of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia although a change of train may be involved. As of October 2015, the tickets for the train to and from Gdansk Airport can be purchased in ticket machines located at stations throughout the city. Also there are bus services connecting airport with the closest city or with Kalliningrad in Russian Federation
Poland main cities
Poland is a big country situated in central Europe. Attraction in Poland comprises of both natural and artificial tourist spots. In Poland are 16 cities with more than 200 000 inhabitants, in each of them you will find something interesting. Finding flight to Poland doesn’t make you a problem, because airports are in most of those cities.
Cheap flights to Poland are mostly to Warsaw, so let’s start from here! The capital of Poland might aptly be compared to a Phoenix rising from the ashes. The city was totally destroyed after World War II and was practically rebuilt itself into a thriving historical and cultural centre, complete with a restored Old Town.
The first building you will see in Warsaw’s skyline is Stalin's donation for Polish people: Palace of Culture and Science. You should start sightseeing from the Old Town. This is the oldest historic district of the city and the location of Warsaw’s most important landmarks. Being here you have to visit The Royal Castle in Warsaw – a Cultural and Historical Monument of national importance. Even by the Old Town’s standards, this square is surprisingly quiet and has a cosy feel to it - a great place to rest, revitalize and plan your next move. Without a doubt, this is a must visit for anyone who is travelling through Warsaw! The Warsaw Rising Museum is one of the most visited places in Warsaw. The exhibition shows the struggle of everyday life before and during the Warsaw Uprising and the horror of occupation.
When you need to relax or enjoy after hard moment at the museum you should visit to the Copernicus Science Centre where is a lot of hands-on activities for everyone or do for a walk in amazing Lazienki Park.
Cracow might be described as a rags to riches city, since it went from being a seventh century village to the second most important city in Poland. Probably the most beautiful and fascinating city in Poland. For sure the most visited city in country, especially with cheap flight tickets to Poland. In Cracow you can spend many days, but always there will not be enough. The most important in the city is the Wawel Royal Castle which was built there in c. 1000 AD and some 300 years later the first coronation of a Polish king was held on Wawel. Wawel’s place in Poland’s history is assured, as the home of kings and the burial place of many Polish heroes. Cracow is a city of churches, at first St Mary’s Basilica which is located in the centre of Old Town, is the focal point for the city and one of Poland’s most important buildings. The second most important church: Church of St. Peter and St. Paul is considered for a one of the most beautiful and certainly churches i Europe.
Located on the Oder River, Wroclaw is the largest city in western Poland. The most iconic Wrocław are two unique collections: bridges and dwarfs. According to data from before World War II, Wroclaw had 303 bridges; today there are over 100 bridges and 33 gangways. It is Unique on a Polish and European scale, the number of crossings is due to the location of the city. Dwarfs, or ‘krasnale’ (in local parlance) are very memorable and popular attraction. In city centre these a lot of them, and If you are observant, you will notice them everywhere! On street corners, under benches, on the walls of buildings. Searching dwarfs is great fun not only for children. When you will walking at the city don’t forget to see Gothic St. John's Cathedral located at Ostrow Tumski, the oldest part of Wroclaw.
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