15 Places to Visit in Poland, Tourist Places & Top Attractions

Tourist Places to Visit in Poland

Krakow, Torun, Olsztyn, Zakopane, Bialystok, Gdynia, Sopot, Szczecin, Lodz, Katowice, Lublin, Poznan, WroClaw and many more places to visit in Poland.

As there are so many places to visit in Poland, it can be overwhelming at times. Poland has a plethora of hidden gems that most people are unaware of or have yet to discover. Poland has it all, from resorts to museums to adventure parks to escape rooms to a plethora of monuments and historic sites. Whatever place you visit in Poland, whether it's Lublin or Lodz, each place has something unique to offer.

There are a long list of top-rated Poland tourist places, but if you only have a short vacation in Poland, there are many locations to visit without staying too long, such as coastal resorts, mountain resorts, camps like Auschwitz - Birkenau camps, historic towns and cities like lodz, old aristocratic castles like Malbork as well as wawel Royal castle and stunning nature reserves on the coast, in woods, or on the mountains.

The capital of Poland, Warsaw, Krakow, and Gdansk are among the best places to visit in Poland. Cities with a long history dating back to the Middle Ages can be found here making it all the more fascinating. Poland is also one of the world's safest countries which makes visiting the place all the more worthwhile.

Here is the list of the best places to visit in Poland:

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Home to a surreal mix of brightly coloured homes & buildings, and grey, lifeless communist-era residential complexes, Warsaw, also known as Warszawa, is the capital city of Poland. Having a tragic past, the city is one that has literally risen from the ashes like a phoenix, and is one of the popular tourist destinations in Europe. This metropolis is located in eastern central Poland, along the banks of the River Vistula, in the heartland of the Masovian Plain. 

The city is divided into north and south. In the north, you can find majestic Baroque palaces, castles and the beautiful Old Town. The south, on the other hand, is home to two of central Europe’s finest urban parks, and other attractions. The eastern side of the city, on the contrary, consists of the remnants of the rich Jewish heritage that were destroyed by the Nazis.
In short, Warsaw is a city that mixes history, beauty, and modern architecture. 

The capital city of Poland has a wide range of architecture and sightseeing attractions. From restored baroque, gothic and neoclassical styles of structures in the Old and New Towns of Warsaw, to the post WWII gems like the Palace of Culture and Science or the Marsza?kowska Residential District, as well as modern day landmarks like the Copernicus Science Structure and the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and more, the city has it all. In addition to these buildings and landmarks, Warsaw also boasts of stunning outdoors, as evident in its parks and gardens, like the Lazienki and Ujazdowski Parks. 

There are also a lot of things that you can do in Warsaw, whether it is visiting the many art galleries and museums, or relaxing in the lap of nature at one of the numerous stunning parks scattered in the city. When tired of taking historical tours of the city, you can also head over to the dining spots in Warsaw, which range from chic restaurants and cafes, to resto-bars, pubs, and more. You can also indulge in various activities to experience the nightlife of the city, whether it is dressing up for an opera, or sipping on champagne whilst enjoying jazz performances or even dancing the night away. The options here are endless. 

Warsaw experiences a moderately continental climate, which is characterised by extremely cold winters, and mild & pleasant warm summers. The months from April to September are the warm months in the city, with lush greenery everywhere, the river at its best, and the weather perfect to indulge in an array of activities. Winters in Warsaw are quite cold, with snow covering the region for a major time period.

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Krakow is a historic city in southern Poland with a UNESCO World Heritage Site in its centre. It is Poland's seventh largest city and one of the country's most important cultural centres, with almost 460,000 citizens.

Its historic downtown district is an eclectic mix of architectural styles spanning several centuries. Historic structures from various eras are intermingled with vibrant modern structures where you may freely saunter using the ever-growing network of pedestrian areas and major cultural centres. On the Amber Road leading to Byzantium, Kraków thrived as a commerce hub.       

Kraków is popular amongst Poland tourist places, attracting over a million visitors each year as it is a home to numerous historical landmarks as well as antique bars with a distinct vibe. The city appeals to visitors because of its clean and safe environment along with its friendly residents who speak excellent English and French.

Because of its many historical landmarks, Krakow is an excellent destination for history connoisseurs. The city walls, for instance, are one of Krakow's many old and historic sites. Besides that Krakow also has two historic cathedrals that are still in use today. The weather in Krakow, Poland, is a mixed bag that can be warm and wet, with highs in the 60s Fahrenheit, or it can be cold and snowy, with lows in the 30s Fahrenheit.

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Katowice, in the south-eastern portion of Poland, was created by members of the Polish aristocracy who were banished there during the 17th century owing to political upheavals, and it includes everything for you to learn about Poland's fascinating past. Lodz is an odd blend of old and new, making it a fascinating destination to visit. It used to be an industrial city, but it has since transformed into a very tourist-friendly place.

On your trip you will know that Katowice has always been an industrial centre like Wilson Shaft Gallery, Zinc Rolling Mill, Nikiszowiec and others producing metallurgy and coal mining. It also hosts one of Poland's largest scientific research centres. The city was also elevated to an area with status in 1997.

Katowice hosted numerous European Football Championships and FIFA World Cups and it attracted visitors from all over Europe and beyond for this event, leading to a surge in tourism over the last few years. Over 100 varieties of flowers grow within the city limits, due to its geographical location near many rivers and proximity to forests making it a beautiful attraction of the city.

Lodz has a four-season climate with cold and snowy winters and warm summers with adequate rainfall. The average temperature ranges from degrees in winter and degrees in summer. The average precipitation is annual, with snow down to almost every year and rainfall averages.

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Known as the city of tolerance and home to Poland’s first university, Lublin is a charming and welcoming town. It is so nicely placed that it is the ideal location for you to explore many Polish towns and cities. The old town offers you a distinctly medieval feel with its tall, gothic-style buildings and narrow winding streets - that's not all, however: it also has modern shops, cafes and cosy restaurants scattered throughout for you to stroll around and have a good time.

It is also famous for being one of the most multicultural towns in Poland and for recognising and appreciating its cultural diversity. The town has a huge array of different restaurants including: Italian, Chinese, Thai and Mexican In the summer, enjoy a barbecue on one of the many outdoor terraces or head down to the river to swim in its famous 90°C thermal waters. In the winter, the Old Town is just as inviting and you can visit one of the many coffee shops or Polish restaurants lining the river.

The climate of Lublin city is a cool temperate climate, with mild winters and warm summers. The average temperatures in winter are about -1 °C (30 °F), while the average temperatures in summer are about 20 °C (68 °F). However, the temperatures can be much higher or lower than these averages.

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Torun is a city in northern Poland on the Vistula River with a population of around 200,000 people. This magnificent mediaeval city, located not far from Berlin, Germany, has a diverse selection of attractions. Beautiful gardens, neoclassical architecture and rich history are all gathered in one place, making it a convenient destination to visit in  summer or winter.

Old Torun is a historic town in the region and the village is charming, with cobblestone streets and antique buildings. If you're interested in architecture, this is one of the few places in Poland where you can still view structures from before WWII.

There are also a number of interesting museums in Torun, such as the Museum of Weapons and Armour, where visitors may learn about weapons from the Middle Ages to the present. You can even visit the mediaeval house of Copernicus and learn some incredible facts about the universe or marvel at the 1.5 metres tall architectural sight, the Leaning Tower of Torun.

There is a strong possibility that you will be able to find some sunshine during the day outside of the winter season. Summertime temperatures, on the other hand, can swiftly soar if you are not careful! Torun's normal monsoon precipitation totals are around 19 inches.

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Zakopane is a town in Poland's south-east and is located near the Ukrainian border, near the Carpathian Mountains. It has a population of around 13,000 people and is located around 320 kilometres from Warsaw. The town has been growing as a winter sports destination since the 1850s and the first ski race here was held in 1902. Today, Zakopane is a popular tourist destination for hikers, skiers, snowboarders, and even mountaineers.

Zakopane's main attractions are its lovely wooden architecture, natural beauty, and snowy winter environment. The town boasts a fantastic network of winter paths that are ideal for hiking in the unspoilt nature of the mountain range, which further attracts thousands of tourists each year who come to enjoy its tranquilly and beauty.

The most well-known tourist attractions are the Holy Mountain, Bakery Square, and the Kazimierz neighbourhood. Because of the several ski resorts nearby that you can indulge in some thrilling experiences, Zakopane has become a popular winter sports vacation destination for tourists around the world. The average temperature in Zakopane during the winter is -2 degrees Celsius. The ski season runs from January through April each year and the yearly rainfall averages 20 millimetres, with September being the wettest month.

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Lodz has a population of 278,371 and is the capital and the largest city in Poland's central region. Lodz is a major cultural centre in both Poland and Europe. It is a UNESCO world heritage site because its structures, as well as its natural beauty, are precious treasures for all who visit. The beauty of this city is unquestionable and most parts of this  heartwarming city were built in the 19th century which has gradually turned into a big metropolis today.

The city of Lodz, a major centre of textile manufacturing and commerce, has been one of the most important Polish cities for over a hundred years. Thanks to its multicultural heritage it is also a city with numerous attractions for you to visit. Among them are: Museum of Art Collection, Museum of Archaeology and Ethnicity, The Old Town Market Square, The Tower Hall and  Astroland amusement park.

A lot of events happen in Lodz for foreigners to take part in, such as parades that are very similar to carnivals. Lodz has a variety of restaurants with excellent foods. Lodz has a variety of parades that run throughout the year, all with very different themes. The Easter Parade in spring is an amazing family-friendly event that features music and crafts for children. Winter in Lodz can be mild or snowy, depending on the time of year and the region. The same applies for summers, which can be very hot one day and cool the next.

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Gdynia is a city in Poland on the Baltic Sea coast and lies across from Gdansk. Being the fourth largest city in Poland, the city has had a tradition of maritime trade and shipbuilding since the Middle Ages. The shipyards and the large industrial plants make it one of the most important industrial cities in Poland. Gdynia is "The Polish Paris" or "Polish Riviera" is also known for its beautiful coastline, great schools, and breathtaking architecture. Gdynia has become a popular tourist destination for people from all over Poland and Europe.

A baroque church from 1795 and a white neoclassical house from 1810 are among the rare artworks and architectural wonders to be seen. In fine weather, the wide waterway, which is surrounded with lush trees, provides a serene backdrop for swimmers and boaters. The second most populous city in Poland has a lot to offer to both children and adults, there are a variety of museums, monuments, beaches, and forts to visit, as well as restaurants and cafes serving you traditional Polish and foreign cuisine.

Gdynia has a diverse climate that is mostly moderate, but there are major temperature swings. In the winter, it's around ten degrees warmer than London and fifteen degrees warmer than Moscow.

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Sopot is an old city with rich history, which was founded in the 13th century and is situated on the shore of the Baltic Sea. Being a beautiful and clean sea-side town with a population of about 179 thousand people, also known as "Poland’s Miami," it is surrounded by nature and history and is an attractive coastal town because it lies on a strip of land stretching from north to south along a section of Polish sandy beaches, with sand dunes covered with pine trees and Mediterranean vegetation.

It is one of the most popular places to visit in Poland because it offers a unique mix of city life and seaside vacationing, while being close enough to some large metropolises. The coastline in Sopot is also a popular destination for water sports like jetski , parasailing, etc for enthusiasts and people who want to spend a day in the fresh air in a relaxing atmosphere.

Sopot is a lively city that offers a lot of opportunities for fun, from coastal walks around Sopot beach and sightseeing like Crooked House to nightlife in places like Monte Cassino. In addition, there are many interesting places to visit within the city, including several important historical monuments and arts venues.

Summer in Sopot lasts from the end of May to the beginning of September. Sopot's weather is mild due to its proximity to coastal regions with higher temperatures, but it is still quite hot here, so you may want to choose an indoor activity over going out into the sunshine

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Wroclaw is a large Polish metropolis with a population of about 6 million people. It has a lot of culture because it is Poland's fourth largest city. Krakow is to the south, and Warsaw is to the west. It is the country's third most densely inhabited city, behind Warsaw and Krakow, with an area of around 303 square kilometres. "To conquer" is the meaning of the term "Wroclaw." It's a city steeped in culture and history and also houses some of Europe's top museums and art galleries.

Near the Old Market Square, pre-World War II structures have been conserved and are free for you to visit. Tourists are also drawn to the neighbourhood by the National Museum. The Wroc?aw International Theater Festival is also celebrated annually with many international performers participating in this festival.The city also contains the Olimpia Wroc?aw, a major soccer team that competes in the Polish first division.

The climate in Wroclaw, Poland, is mostly influenced by the climate of Western Europe. The temperature is frigid in the winter and nice and sunny in the summer. In the winter, average temperatures range from -7 degrees Celsius in January to 0 degrees Celsius in July. The average number of hours of sunlight each day is roughly ten.

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Olsztyn, a border town in northern Poland,has a population of around 1,47,000 people. Gda?sk, Sopot, and Warsaw are all easily accessible by automobile or train from Olsztyn. If you're seeking for a typical Eastern European destination, Olsztyn is a good choice, not just because of its history, but also since it's relatively undiscovered. CNN dubbed it "one of Poland's most beautiful villages."

Olsztynski Castle, built on top of Castle hill, is the first of all the town's attractions. It has magnificent architecture, lovely parks, and a plethora of outdoor activities for you to enjoy. There are also a wide range of pubs and restaurants serving delectable local fare at reasonable prices making it worth all your money.

You can explore the city's historic district like the Church of St. Jacob Cathedral  of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Olsztyn, where you might be able to see an art exhibit or visit a museum. In Olsztyn, you can also taste a traditional Polish breakfast while taking in the sights of W?ókiennicza Street and ?wi?tego Ducha Square. Because of its location on the boundary of two climatic zones: the humid Baltic Sea coastal climate and the drier Central European continental climate, the weather in Olsztyn is highly varied.

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The city of Bialystok is the provincial capital of the Podlaskie Voivodeship and  has a population that hovers around 240,000 people and covers nearly 100 square kilometers. One should also know that Bialystok is about 95 years old and was founded in 1920. Bialystok's original name was Brzezany, it came from Brzezie, which means "lowland". With a rich history and centuries worth of architecture that you can marvel at, it is known as "the pearl among Polish cities", and for good reason. You will see that the culture here is rich, with a long tradition in Jewish religious life and artistry seen throughout the city.

This city located in the northeast of Poland, is known for its attractive architecture and cultural heritage. It’s also famous for the bialys that are baked in its local bakery. It is also the site of many historic battles, including the 1410 battle. There are many different things to do there like visiting the Opera House, or learning about Polish culture at the Ethnographic Museum. It is also a great place for outdoor enthusiasts with its proximity to Góra Krzysztoporów, which is an excellent example of natural beauty.

Bialystok falls within a humid continental climate zone and gets all four seasons - spring is short and rain falls during summer. The average summer temperature is 21C but temperatures have been known to exceed 30C on some days.

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Gdansk is a popular Polish city which is perched on the western stretch of the Baltic Port. After its refurbishment and development post world war II, this city became an enthralling tourist attraction featuring a 17th century setting, myriad of exemplary tourist attractions, lavish accommodations and a laid back ambiance. Visiting this historic location and admiring the true essence of Polish ambiance is a must when you are visiting Poland.

Gdansk has a very scenic beauty adorned with verdant canopies, well maintained lush gardens and public spaces, plethora of cathedrals and monuments, cobbled and narrow pathways and a very fascinating history which will intrigue any travel freak. It is the perfect blend of modernization with a touch of antiquity. Discover the magic of Gdansk by visiting the famous beaches and medieval ports which makes Gdansk an economically powerful tourist destination.

There are plenty of attractions at Gdansk which will keep the tourists occupied. Visit the second world war museum and admire war equipment and vintage vehicles, gather for an evening prayer at St. Mary church, explore the whimsical ambiance of royal way and learn about the 17th century sculptures and buildings lining it, spend a relaxing afternoon sunbathing at the beach shores and go clubbing at famous nightclubs of Gdansk.

Not only this, tourists can find a plethora of activities to keep themselves engaged. From thrilling beach activities like parasailing or jet skiing to heritage tourism at the national museum and Artus court. Tourists can shop for exotic souvenirs and antiques at the long market and relish in sumptuous Polish cuisines as well.

Gdansk has very classic weather like all other European cities. The average temperature during summer is around 20 degree Celsius with occasional rain showers making it a top-notch time to explore this exquisite tourist destination.

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The largest city in north-western Poland – has a population of over 350,000 inhabitants. The city is located on several islands of the Oder River that split into two branches south-east of the Polish capital Warsaw, reaching southwards from Germany. It has become a key trade center on the Baltic Sea. Its beauty lies in its architectural diversity. Modern buildings, such as skyscrapers, luxury hotels, or basic cottages with plain exterior architecture or spectacular interiors, have helped to make the city one of Poland's most recognisable.

Most of its attractions are historic monuments so if you are interested in history the city has a lot to offer like the Harbour Gate, Memorial of the Poles' Feat and a lot more. You can also experience the city's architecture by visiting places like Waly Chrobrego Promenade, St. James Cathedral, etc which will create a magical atmosphere for you. In the beautiful city of Szczecin, there are many available activities for tourists and residents alike. Some of these activities include cruises on the river Warta, sailing with a catamaran, swimming in a sea-pool or whale watching from June to November that you can indulge in.

The weather in Szczecin City, Poland is predicted to be 48 degrees Celsius during the day with a 90% possibility of rain. Excerpt from an informative and factual blog post about the average temperature, percentage of drizzle, and expected weather in Szczecin.

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Poznan is a city in western Poland with a population of 366,550 people that adds to the friendly crowd. It is the administrative capital as well as one of the major commerce and industrial centres, making it even more appealing. Poznan was developing as an industrial centre since the late 18th century, known as the "jewel of Poland" since the 19th century. The first coal mines in Europe were opened in this area by 1785. Poznan’s old town is an eclectic mix of medieval architecture and modern buildings.

Poznan has many interesting places to visit, such as the Historic Centre around Stary Rynek square. It is full of medieval houses and shops covering a square mile, which is full of narrow cobbled streets lined with tall houses. Visitors can learn a lot about Poznan’s History by visiting the Archaeological Museum, which is based in the only remaining part of the medieval city walls, or visit the Ethnographic Museum which informs visitors about the multicultural life of Poznan people in the 19th century.

Poland has a temperate climate with features of both the sea and the continent. You may expect a lot of bright days and a lot of rainy days this summer, so don't be surprised whether it's hot or wet. Winters are frequently chilly and snowy, with temperatures considerably below freezing.

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People Also Ask About Poland

  1. Which are the best cities to visit in Poland?

    1. Szczecin: Szczecin is a beautiful and modern Polish city with a lot to offer and is among the best places in Poland. If you want to skip the tourist attractions, you can enjoy the fresh air and something green in your life, you can even take a walk at Szczecin Green Market which is one of the only green markets in Poland. For those of you who are after some adrenaline rush you can go zorbing down one of the hills around Szczecin.

    2. Katowice: 
    A trip to Katowice is not just an opportunity to enjoy the many different experiences with family or friends, but also an excellent chance to get in touch with Polish culture. You can do a lot in the city from taking a guided tour of Poland's most important historical sights, visiting museums, tasting traditional dishes in local restaurants, watching cultural events like opera performances and theater productions, taking part in fun activities like painting classes or workshops on history with living historians; there's something for everyone at Katowice to indulge in and have a great time. 

    3. Gdynia: 
    Gdynia amongst all the other places to visit in Poland has a lot to offer, with a longstanding maritime history it's home to many museums and galleries for you to marvel at. From taking in open air theatre performances to enjoying seafood, the great outdoors are set out right on Gdynia's doorstep you can enjoy it all.

    For those of you who are looking for more, you can visit an art gallery or museum to take in world class paintings and sculptures, embarking on a day trip into the Polish countryside or grabbing something sweet at one of Gdynia's Sunday markets.

    4. Zakopane: 
    Amongst the other Poland tourist places, Zakopane offers a lot of things to see and do: here you can visit the Jewish cemetery, stroll around the botanical garden and several museums and galleries along with it. The city does not have much variety for shopping but the craft market offers an excellent opportunity for you to buy handcrafted items from traditional workshops.

     There is also one ‘must-see’ attraction in Zakopane that you shouldn't miss witnessing, which is an open-air museum showcasing the old town (and outskirts) designed by architect Richard Pliszka in 1896.

    5. Krakow: 
    Krakow used to be the main seat of Polish monarchs till the 17th century and today, it has garnered the status of being a UNESCO world heritage city. You can begin your exploration of the Krakow city with Wawel Castle or St Mary’s Basilica, yet another tourist attraction and a prime example of mediaeval gothic architecture.

     One of the best places to visit in Poland, allows you to admire the bustling nightlife with many amazing nightclubs and cafes dotting the gorgeous streets of this historic city. Krakow is also renowned for having some of the best cuisines in the whole of Europe. 

    6. Gdansk
    : Gdansk holds the title of having Poland’s largest port and is still considered to be one of the offbeat places in Poland. Some of the major landmarks of Gdansk can be witnessed as you take a walk through the ‘Royal Way’. You can watch St. Mary’s Church for its stunning Gothic architecture or Westerplatte and more. Gdansk has been one of the epicentres of the second world war and if you wish to know more about it, don’t forget to visit the second world war museum in the list of top destinations in Poland. 

  2. Which are the best places to visit in Poland?

    1. Wieliczka Salt Mine, Wieliczka- Visiting Poland would be incomplete without checking off one of the world’s oldest working salt mines and one of the best places to visit in poland. Partake in some of the dedicated tours and you can explore the atmospheric depths of these underground chambers.

    You will be going 140 metre under the ground to experience the mining machines as well as impressive carvings. For visitors, it will also serve as the perfect opportunity to know more about this place as the guide will tell you the tales and legends of this salt mine’s rich history.

    Dani?owicza 10, 32-020 Wieliczka, Poland
    Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM
    Entry fees: 80 - 100 Polish Zloty

    2. Auschwitz-Birkenau Camps-
     Auschwitz-Birkenau Camps used to be one of the largest Nazi Concentration camps. It is believed that more than a million jews hailing from Europe were either confined or killed in these camps. As you explore the watchtowers, barracks, gas chambers and crematoriums, you will get to know about life during the holocaust via your tour guide.

    History buffs wouldn’t want to miss out on visiting the museum exhibits as they will get to learn more about the history from former detainees themselves. There are basically two camps which you can visit one after the other as they are one of the best places to visit in Poland. 

    Wi??niów O?wi?cimia 20, 32-603 O?wi?cim, Poland
    Timings: Opening from 7:30 AM  till 2:00 PM December, 3:00 PM January, November, 4:00 PM February, 5:00 PM March, October, 6:00 PM April, May, September, 7:00 PM June, July, August

    3. Warsaw Old Market Place-
     If you’re visiting Warsaw, then the old market place is hard to miss because it is one of the busiest streets in the area. Ever since Warsaw was founded in the 13th century, this is the gathering place of merchants from all over the world. If you’re among those who wish to know everything about the place’s history.

    The Royal Castle is a must-visit because it used to be the historical seat of the Polish monarchy, making it one of the best places to visit in poland. In the middle of the market, there’s a huge statue of the Warsaw mermaid who’s believed to be the guardian of the city.

    4. Malbork Castle-
     Malbork Castle is one of the finest examples of a mediaeval brick castle, which was erected way back in the 13th-century when it served as a fortified monastery. One of the best places in Poland, you can witness the amazing castle from the Nogat river side, and relish the amazing architecture and relax amidst the lush greenery.

    Once you’re inside the castle, take some time out to explore the rooms which are open to the public to get a deep understanding of the polish lifestyle of yesteryears. Take the quick guided tour which will last for about 3 hours as you will get to know about the history of the Polish kings and Teutonic knights.

    Staro?ci?ska 1, 82-200 Malbork, Poland
    Timings: Mon-Sun: 9 AM to 4 PM, Tue: 9 AM to 3 PM 

    5. Schindler’s Factory-
     While almost every museum related to the Holocaust carries a rather dark theme, this Schindler’s factory is an exception as it is a museum erected at the same place as Oskar Schindler’s residence. As you stroll through the museum, you will learn about a German entrepreneur and a renowned Nazi party member who saved the lives of more than 1200 jews. 

     You can indulge in Krakow’s history and the atrocities that it faced during the second world war while admiring the various exhibits of the museum. If you’re into history, exploring the best places in Poland would be one of the most interesting things to do. 

    Lipowa 4, 30-702 Kraków, Poland
    Timings: 10 AM to 6 PM
    Entry fees: 24 -30 Polish Zloty

    6. Wawel Royal Castle- 
    Wawel Royal castle is one of the most important historical sites in Poland as this is where the monarchs used to live from the 11th century. You will get to explore the main courtyard, the crown armoury and treasury as well as the Arcaded courtyard.

    The wawel cathedral is also situated in the same premises, which was renowned to be the country’s spiritual hub back then and now it is considered to be one of the best places to visit in poland. While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the dragon’s den, a cave where the famous Wawel dragon lived.

    Wawel 5, 31-001 Kraków, Poland
    Timings: 9:30 AM to 5 PM
    Entry fees: 8-30 Polish Zloty
  3. Which are the romantic places to visit in Poland?

    1. Gdansk Old Town: Amongst the places to visit in Poland, Gdansk Old town is one of Poland's more romantic cities. You may go to cafes with lovely ghettos where they play violin and wine tasting pubs where you can have a fantastic time. While you're there, check out the "bridge of love."

    2. Bialowieza Forest: 
    It is pure nature at its best, and it's a truly unforgettable experience. You can go for a trek or ride your bike. You can visit to witness the numerous birds that inhabit the area. You may even be able to go river kayaking.

    3. Masurian Lakeland: 
    To get a true sense of the location, book a stay at a farm where you may share a spa treatment. You can go on a bike ride through the deep green forest, go sailing, or enjoy a variety of other activities together.

    4. Torun: 
    This peaceful city on the Vistula River in northern Poland, where you may explore the town centre and see fairytale monuments. At the Cosmopolis Fountains, take in the splendour of the waterworks.

    5. Warsaw: 
    This city elicits a wide range of emotions through opera and ballet performances, as well as Chopin's music. Take advantage of the city's various bars and restaurants.

  4. What is the best time to visit Poland?

    The best time to visit Poland is between the months of April and June. These months are the most popular visiting period for tourists to Poland because it's not cold outside, the days are long, and it's before all of the major holidays have happened.
    Another advantage to coming between April and June is that you will avoid crowds at attractions, festivals, food markets, etc., during this time period. More people visit Poland between July and September due to summer vacations or around Thanksgiving time for Christmas vacation.

  5. How many days are enough to explore Poland?

    While you are looking for places to visit in Poland, seven days would serve as a minimum. Three days : exploring Warsaw and Kraków, two of the largest, most popular cities. Fourth day : touring Pozna or Wroclaw, two interesting destinations. Fifth day :  exploring the historic town of Torun. Sixth day : touring Gdansk, a major harbor city on the coast. Seventh and final day :  taking the train to Kraków and finishing your trip by exploring Wieliczka Salt Mine, making your seven-day trip a complete success.

  6. How to Reach Poland?

    By air: You can pick any of the 12 international airports to reach Poland, with Warsaw airport being the most important terminal for the country. 

    By road:
    Poland has decent road connectivity taking the A2 highway which crosses Poland from the border with Germany to the one with Belarus. You can reach Poland via these major highways which are connecting the major cities, states and towns of the country. 

    By train:
    The Krakow Glowny train station is the largest railway station in Poland and is connected to all the major cities of Poland. 
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