Tourist attractions in Poland vary, from the mountains in the south to the sandy beaches in the north, with a trail of nearly every architectural style.
Among other notable sites in the country is Wrocław, one of the oldest cities in Poland. Wrocław possesses a huge market square with two city halls, as well as the oldest Zoological Gardens with one of the world’s largest number of animal species and is famous for its dwarfs.
The Polish capital Warsaw and its historical Old Town were entirely reconstructed after wartime destruction. Other cities attracting tourists nclude Gdańsk, Poznań, Szczecin, Lublin, Toruń and the historic site of the German Auschwitz concentration camp in Oświęcim.
The most visited city is Kraków, which was the former capital of Poland and serves as a relic of Polish Golden Age of Renaissance, makes an ideal weekend break from the UK where we can arrange:
- transfers from / to the airport to your hotel
- choice of hotels to suit all budgets
- variety of guided tours of Kraków
- tours to Auschwitz Birkenau Concentration Camps, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Zakopane Tatra Mountains.
Poland’s tourist offerings also include outdoor activities such as skiing, sailing, mountain hiking and climbing, as well as agrotourism, sightseeing historical monuments. Tourist destinations include the Baltic Sea coast in the north; the Masurian Lake District and Białowieża Forest in the east; on the south Karkonosze, the Table Mountains and the Tatra Mountains, where Rysy, the highest peak of Poland, and the famous Orla Perć mountain trail are located. The Pieniny and Bieszczady Mountains lie in the extreme south-east. There are over 100 castles in the country, many in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship and along the popular Trail of the Eagles’ Nests.