Cultural cities, rich history and spectacular scenery comprise the Polish landscape, offering visitors plenty to discover during a holiday to the country. If you prefer a city break then choose from one of the popular destinations, Krakow or the capital Warsaw. Warsaw can offer a mix of old and new with rebuilt areas and elegant royal residences. Wind the day away with a coffee in market square or pick up some souvenirs in the bustling shopping streets. Krakow is the place where you will find historical architecture, informative museums and a wealth of exciting things to see and do.
For a more tranquil stay, head to the Polish countryside to enjoy outdoor pursuits, forest walks and quaint villages. Luscious greenery, mountains and lakes add to the picturesque scenery and you’ll get a real taste of rural Polish life.