Poland – this may well be one of the most underrated countries in Europe! How is it such a well-kept secret when every city is more beautiful than the next? Well, we’re dishing out the secrets here on the blog. If it’s colourful town squares, medieval castles, beautiful architecture and platefuls of pierogi you’re after, you need to make a beeline for Poland! You have Wroclaw with its charming university quarter and gnome statues scattered around every corner, Warsaw with its historic Old Town contrasted by strong Soviet architecture just a few blocks down, Poznan with its brightly painted townhouses and surprising street art, Gdansk with its port vibes and red brick structures, the seaside escapes of Sopot, not to mention Malbork where you can visit the biggest castle in the world! As you can see, there’s something for every traveller. And yes, we’re totally serious about not leaving Poland before learning to make pierogi – that would be an injustice!

Poland is a beautiful country located in Central Europe that is rich in history and culture. Here are some suggestions for places to visit and things to do in Poland:

  1. Krakow – This city is a must-visit for any traveler to Poland. It is known for its beautiful architecture, including the stunning Wawel Castle and the historic Old Town. You can also visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, which is located just outside the city.
  2. Warsaw – Poland’s capital city is a vibrant and bustling metropolis with plenty to see and do. Some highlights include the Warsaw Old Town, the Palace of Culture and Science, and the Warsaw Uprising Museum.
  3. Gdansk – This historic city on the Baltic Sea is known for its beautiful architecture, including the colorful facades of its buildings in the Main Town area. You can also visit the Museum of the Second World War and take a boat tour of the city’s canals.
  4. Wroclaw – This charming city in western Poland is known for its picturesque Old Town, which is full of beautiful buildings, churches, and bridges. Be sure to visit the Rynek, or Market Square, and take a stroll along the Odra River.
  5. Zakopane – This mountain resort town in southern Poland is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. You can go hiking in the nearby Tatra Mountains, visit the stunning Morskie Oko lake, and explore the town’s unique wooden architecture.
  6. Malbork Castle – This massive castle, located in northern Poland, is one of the largest in the world and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can take a guided tour of the castle and learn about its history as the headquarters of the Teutonic Order.
  7. Wieliczka Salt Mine – This historic salt mine, located just outside of Krakow, is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can take a guided tour of the mine, which includes underground chambers, tunnels, and even a salt lake.
  8. Bieszczady Mountains – This mountain range in southeastern Poland is a beautiful destination for hiking and outdoor activities. You can also visit the nearby Bieszczady National Park, which is home to a variety of wildlife.
  9. Pierogi-making class – Pierogi are a traditional Polish dish that are popular all over the country. You can take a cooking class and learn how to make your own pierogi, which are typically filled with potato and cheese, sauerkraut and mushroom, or meat.
  10. Vistula River cruise – The Vistula River is the longest river in Poland and runs through many of the country’s major cities. You can take a leisurely cruise along the river and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside and cities.