A visit to Poland usually starts with a visit to its capital. Although its modernity and western style are a strong contrast with the rest of the country, Warsaw still has a strong sense of identity and there are numerous places to visit. Don't miss the amazing panorama from the...A visit to Poland usually starts with a visit to its capital. Although its modernity and western style are a strong contrast with the rest of the country, Warsaw still has a strong sense of identity and there are numerous places to visit. Don't miss the amazing panorama from the gigantic Palace of Culture and Science, the royal Castle and its works of art or Saint John Cathedral.
In the south of the country you will find the region of the Carpathians and Cracovia. You are bound to like this cultural city, which joins two eras and in which it is good to stroll around and enjoy the elegance of what is undoubtedly the most beautiful town in the country . Not far from there is the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp which will leave a marked impression on you.
In the extreme south of the country , you will enjoy the Tatras mountains , an ideal region for walking , with a multitude of small traditional villages, cliffs, rocky peaks and glacial . For those who like exploring the region of a thousand lakes offers lots of different ways to do it by following the currents in kayaks or yachts or barges which are easily rented.Continue reading
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Are you looking for a trip full of sporting activities? The scenic Carpathian Mountains welcome you to treck in the Beskids mountain range, the Tatra national park or even the Valley of the Five Lakes. Here you can try a surprising local delicacy: electric vodka! Why not make a short trip to Slovakia by catching a raft down the gorges of the Dunajec river that separates it from Poland? Maybe you would prefer to discover the country through places that give you a feel for its character? No problem! From the adorable city of Krakow to the seaside resort of Sopot via Warsaw, through Auschwitz-Birkenau, the Wieliczka salt mines, Pomerania (a Lake District), or Malbork (Poland's largest brick castle dating back to the Middle Ages); we can create a custom trip that will allow you to discover in two weeks what Poland has to offer. The itinerary ideas provide the first steps towards preparing your trip. For other enquiries, please do not hesistate to contact our local partner agent, who will help you plan your ideal trip.
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