Warsaw | Krakow | Katowice | Poznan | Rzeszow | Gdansk | Szczecin | Wroclaw | Lublin | Zielona Gora | Bydgoszcz
Warsaw - European Best Destination 2023!
Tradition and modernity, great culture and never-ending fun - Warsaw is a city of contrasts, where old bourgeois tenement houses adjacent to breathtaking glass skyscrapers. You won't get bored here - just follow the interesting museums, beautiful parks and mysterious alleys full of charming cafés and the best restaurants in the world which await you at every turn. Be there after dark and enjoy the magical atmosphere of the great capital! But don't forget about the daytime attractions - visit the Palace of Culture and Science, go up to the 30th floor and enjoy the wonderful panorama of the city. Did you know that you can find numerous vegetarian and vegan restaurants here? Visit Warsaw this year and see why it has earned the title of European Best Destination 2023!
Krakow - with a visit in Polish kings
Krakow is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. A jewel in the Polish crown, it perfectly mixes the centuries-old traditions with modernity. See it for yourself and stroll along the cobbled streets, soaking up the unique city atmosphere full of glory and historic pride. Did you know that you will find numerous UNESCO-listed sites here? The beautiful Old Town Square with the Cloth Hall and St. Mary's Basilica is an absolute must-have for every stay! Beautiful views you will also get at Wawel Castle - the former royal seat is a place full of mysterious chambers, interesting exhibits and extraordinary dungeons waiting to be discovered! And this spectacular panorama ... will make you feel like the ruler of the world!
Katowice - the cradle of Polish industry
Katowice is an important business centre that has a lot to offer also for tourists! Especially for enthusiasts of industrial architecture - choose the Industrial Monuments Route and visit Nikiszowiec, one of the most interesting mining estates from the beginning of the 20th century. It consists of familoki, the unusual red brick workers' buildings, connected by characteristic ties supported on wide arcades. The cultural side of the city has the same value - the Market Square with the modernist Silesian Theatre, the building of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra and the famous Spodek arouse admiration at first sight. You cannot miss these places!
Poznań - the city of St. Martin's croissant
The capital of Wielkopolska region is steeped in over 1000 years of history. From the oldest defensive stronghold in Ostrow Tumski, to the seat of the first Polish king and the centre of the Piast state - Poznan is a witness of great historical events that influenced the fate of the entire Polish nation. It is also a modern metropolis, an important international trade fair centre and a bustling city where the multitude of attractions can make you dizzy. A beautiful Old Town with colourful tenement houses, a Renaissance town hall with charming billy goats and Stary Browar, one of the most interesting shopping and art centres, should be included in your itinerary for sure. You will not regret it!
Rzeszow - undiscovered charm of the Galicia
Rzeszow is a little-known city and rarely visited by both foreign and Polish tourists. It's time to change this situation! Find all the colours of the old Galician town and feel the multicultural atmosphere emerging from almost every nook and cranny. Walk around the Old Town and see how beautiful are the trapezoidal Main Market Square with the 19th-century town hall, the Gothic church of St. Stanislao and Wojciech and well-reconstructed synagogues. Learn about the medieval history of the city in the Underground Tourist Route, and feel like a child in the Bedtime Cartoons Museum. Are you a lover of active vacations? Or maybe you are looking for peace and quiet and an encounter with nature? Rzeszow is located in the vicinity of beautiful Polish regions - Roztocze and Bieszczady. Discover the longest bicycle route in the country, stunning views, charming towns.... You have to experience it!
Gdansk - how about the seaside?
There are many reasons to flight to Gdansk: this rich, old-Hanseatic port city will attract your attention not only with its beautiful beaches, but amaze you with interesting monuments, such as the Crane Gate, the Fountain of Neptune, Artus Court or St. Mary's Church, the largest brick church in the world with a famous clock astronomical. During the walk, visit one of the traditional stalls and learn about the history of Polish gold, amber. What could be better than buying a beautiful jewellery? In Gdansk and its surroundings you will also find places to practice water sports. Even if you have never been able to windsurf or kitesurf before, you can take advantage of the services of numerous schools and learn new activities. These vacations will be unforgettable!
Szczecin - a green oasis of peace and quiet
85 km of coastline, the Sea Gate, the international commercial port and the majestic Oder River, which you can admire from the terraces of the Wały Chrobrego. Within the city, you'll also find other bodies of water, such as Lake Dabie, Lake Głębokie, Lake Dziewoklicz and the unusually colorful Lake Emerald. These are excellent places for water sports such as kitesurfing and kayaking. Active vacations in Szczecin are waiting for you! And this is just the beginning of the attractions, because even more magnificence awaits you on land! See the city's star-shaped squares modeled on the markets of Paris, stroll along Staromlynska Street full of historic 18th-century townhouses, and visit the Castle of the Pomeranian Dukes, where you will find a monument to Prince Boguslaw X and Anna Jagiellonka, a statue of Bishop Otto of Bamberg beautiful sundials.
Wroclaw - European Capital of Culture 2016
Multicultural, mysterious, majestic - Wroclaw is a city of love. It's not a surprise - fascinating architecture, magic old town alleys and countless bridges are the perfect backdrop for romantic walks in the moonlight. Feel the extraordinary atmosphere of the city and visit the unique Ostrow Tumski with gas lanterns, the University with the magnificent Baroque Aula Leopoldina and the Old Town Square with a beautiful Gothic town hall. Admire the local colour and see what is hidden in the local museums, art galleries and theatres. A huge selection of artistic events means that there is no time for boredom in Wroclaw!
Lublin - a city of inspiration
The Pearl of the East, the city of inspiration and the capital of one of the most beautiful Polish regions - it must be Lublin! Magic routes, lovely alleys and historic tenement houses evoke the spirit of old times, thanks to which visiting the city isn't only a beautiful adventure, but also a solid package of historical knowledge. During sightseeing, you cannot miss the Krakow Gate, the Dominican monastery and the most valuable monument of medieval art in Europe, the Holy Trinity Chapel with a beautiful Byzantine-Ruthenian interior polychrome. This is the place where you want to go back!
Zielona Gora - the land flowing with wine
Zielona Gora, like the Eternal City of Rome, spreads over seven hills, which not only provide breathtaking views, but also hide many surprising attractions. One of them is ... the vineyards - it is here that the centuries-old traditions of Polish winemaking are being revived. Take a look at the Wine Museum and learn about the rich history of the Zielona Gora beverage, which has been conquering not only Polish tables for many years. After a solid dose of knowledge, take a bit of relaxation in the modern glass Palm House or take a stroll through the historic Old Town. Who knows, maybe you'll be lucky and hit the Grape Harvest Festival?
Bydgoszcz - the pearl of Kuyavia
One city, many possibilities - welcome in Bydgoszcz! Called the Venice of the North and Little Amsterdam, impresses even the most discerning travellers. Don't believe it? Take a cruise aboard the water tram and admire the most valuable monuments of the Old Town, from the Gothic cathedral of St. Martin and Nicholaus, to the building of the Polish Post Office and the stunning Mill Island with half-timbered granaries. Get to know the culinary side of the city and taste the golden drink at Bydgoszcz Brewhouse. It goes well with the goose and bread with potatoes!
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