Explore the charming city of Kraków, with its historic Old Town, the impressive Wawel Castle, and the lively atmosphere of the Main Market Square.
Pay homage to history by visiting Auschwitz-Birkenau, a somber reminder of the Holocaust and an important UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Discover the vibrant city of Wrocław, with its picturesque Market Square, numerous bridges, and a delightful collection of dwarf statues scattered throughout the city.
Experience the natural beauty of the Tatra Mountains, offering opportunities for hiking, skiing, and stunning vistas of alpine landscapes.
Visit the historic city of Gdańsk, with its beautiful Old Town, historic shipyard, and the fascinating Museum of the Second World War.
Indulge in Polish cuisine, with dishes like pierogi (dumplings), bigos (hunter's stew), and kielbasa (sausages), while enjoying the warm ambiance of traditional restaurants.
Immerse yourself in the capital city of Warsaw, a vibrant metropolis with a mix of modernity and history, symbolized by the reconstructed Old Town and the striking Palace of Culture and Science.
Explore the ancient Białowieża Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to the last remaining herd of European bison and a diverse ecosystem.