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Poland is a country that is jam-packed with big castles and age-old museums. It is one such country that is rich in history. It is not only popular among the tourists for its ancient buildings but it is also known for its untouched and unspoilt natural beauty. It has a countless number of lakes, rivers, hill ranges and wooded areas. This place has also got its connection with world war II. You can find numerous memorials and synagogues built in the memory of the soldiers. Poland has also got its share of adventure activities. Tourists love to spend time hiking through various trails and go canoeing in the lakes and rivers.

 

Krakow being one of the main and ancient cities of Poland is a picture-perfect place for an inexpensive and easy vacation escape from Germany. One can go for the free walking trips for their old town Krakow tour and it is completely worth it.

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Places to Visit in Poland

Warsaw

Warsaw is Poland’s capital and is a portion of the Mazovia plane. The city is a unification of the ancient and the novel, the old-fashioned and the up-to-the-minute, in terms of its structural design.

Krakow

Krakow is one of the biggest and most ancient metropolises of Poland, is a picture-perfect place for an inexpensive and easy holiday escape from Germany. One can choose for the free rambling tours for their old township krakow trip and it is completely worth it.

Auschwitz

Auschwitz is a township which is situated in the lesser known expanse of Poland. This place is well-known for the Auschwitz concentration camp which was used as a concentration campsites by the Germans.

Malbork

The primitive township of Malbork, conceivably better known by the German name of Marie burg, is most well-known for its fortress, which was built in the 13th century. It was built by the Knights of the Teutonic Order as their headquarters. 

Lublin

Lublin, situated east of the Vistula, is one more primeval city with a marketplace that may have dated back to the 6th century. It is located on Poland’s eastern border.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Poland is from the month of March and May and then again from September to November. Poland is yet another country in the world that can be visited all over the year. However, it offers different charm in different seasons. So, when you come to Poland make sure you come at the time that favours you or you feel loved. The summers in Poland are mainly hot and wet while the winter seasons are very cold. The climate of Poland is a bit typical and it is also highly unpredictable. In the course of spring and Autumn, the weather remains neither too hot nor too cold.

If you are coming with your beloved for a honeymoon vacation to Poland, then it would be better if you stay for at least 4 to 5 days. At this time, you can visit all the places of tourist attraction in Poland.

How to reach

By Air

Some of the major airports of Poland are Warsaw Chopin Airport, John Paul II International Airport, Gdansk, Rzeszow, and Katowice International Airport. Poland has direct flight connectivity to important places of the world like China, Canada, and the United States. Countless flights between Toronto, Beijing, Chicago, and New York fly without any stops in between. Most global airlines land at Warsaw airport. The national career of the country is LOT Polish Airlines.

By Ship

Ships come in from Denmark, Sweden, and Germany. Halts include Rostock, Copenhagen, and Ystad. Gdansk, Hel, Gdynia have many large harbours where ships and other ferryboats alight.

By Rail

PKP Intercity is the long-distance train facility that is accessible here. It links you nonstop to Warsaw from Berlin, Oberhausen, Kyiv, Vienna, Moscow, Prague, and Budapest.

By Road

Poland is a portion of the Schengen area, so there are not any barriers to any further extent. You can effortlessly get-up-and-go in from any of the main roads connecting Poland to its neighbours. The non-EU republics such as Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine have long queues, so if you are driving in from those areas, be prepared to wait longer.

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FAQs for Poland

What are some of the popular places to visit in Poland?

Some of the popular places in Poland are:

  • Warsaw
  • Krakow
  • Auschwitz
  • Wroclaw
  • Bia?owie?a Forest
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine
  • Bydgoszcz
  • Gdansk
  • Malbork

What are some of the popular restaurants in Poland?

Some of the popular restaurants in Poland are:

  • Starka Restaurant
  • Pod Anio?ami
  • N31 Restaurant & Bar Restauracja Polska Ró?ana
  • Specja?y Regionalne
  • Czarna Kaczka
  • Dom Polski
  • Szara G?? w Kuchni

What are some of the delicious dishes in Poland?

Some of the delicious dishes of Poland are:

  • Pierogi (Polish dumplings)
  • Rosó? (broth/ chicken soup)
  • Go??bki (cabbage roll)
  • Polskie nale?niki (Polish pancakes)
  • ?azanki z kapust? I grzybami
  • ?led? w oleju z cebul? (herring in oil with onion)
  • Bigos (Hunter’s stew)
  • Kotlet schabowy (breaded pork cutlet)
  • Gulasz (Goulash)
  • Dessert – Polish croissant cookies

Which are the main festivals of Poland?

The important festivals in Poland are as follows:

  • The New Year’s Eve Party
  • Easter Celebrations
  • Juvenalia
  • Baltic Days of Jewish Culture
  • Wianki
  • Jewish Culture Festival
  • Saint Dominic’s Fair
  • Zielona Gora Wine Festival
  • All Saints’ Day
  • Christmas & St. Stephen’s Day

How is the nightlife of Poland?

If you want to experience the best of Poland’s nightlife, you need to stay in cities like Warsaw and Gdansk.

What is so great about Poland?

Here are some of the things that has been considered best about Poland:

  • Friendly and kind locals. 
  • Delicious food. 
  • Easy travel. 
  • Cheaper destination.

How are winters in Poland?

Winters in Poland are very extreme and cold. It is at all times advised not to travel to Poland in the course of winter as the road conditions are not up to the mark and it can be dangerous from a tourism point of view. It would be better to avoid coming in this time.

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Things to do in Poland

Do as the residents do in Poland’s main cities

Take a nearby look at the ethos of Poland’s metropolitan centers and the everyday life of its inhabitants. The expanse of green space, diversity of eateries and ridesharing possibilities will wonder you.

Get lost in Gdansk

It’s tough to visualize a more fine-looking harbor than the Hanseatic city of Gdansk. The mesmerizing roads of Old Township and the captivating estates of Malbork Fortress are sufficient to call you north for a holiday.

Knock back a vodka shot

Poles relish vodka and one of the delights of venturing away is to join in with the residents. Some of the popular vodkas are Wyborowa and Belvedere. Another favorite is ?o??dkowa Gorzka, a sugary, amber-colored brew flavored with nutmeg.

Be wowed by Polish food

Some of the common ingredients of the Poland cuisines are Beetroot, buckwheat, onions, apples, and mushrooms. All the ingredients are picked fresh from the field.

Connect up with nature in the wildlife parks

Poland is home to more than a few national parks, with many categorized as a Biosphere Reserve or a World Heritage Site. Bia?owie?a National Park and S?owi?ski National Park are some of the most treasured national parks.

Tips

  • You should at all times be watchful about your belongings in crowded places.
  • Traveller’s cheques are not accepted in Poland. So, you must carry a sufficient amount of cash with you when you are moving about in the city or at places of tourist attraction.
  • Tipping is not mandatory in Poland however; people feel appreciated when they are tipped.
  • You should follow the local customs and should not try to deviate from them or disrespect them.
  • Poland is a multi-linguistic country. The languages spoken in Poland are Kashubian, Russian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian.
  • You should bring flowers in odd numbers if you are thinking of gifting it to someone as an even number of flowers are bought at funerals only.