Poland

Wroclaw

Where ancient and modern meet

Poland

Moszna

Where ancient and modern meet

Poland

Krakow

Where ancient and modern meet

Southern Poland In a few numbers and words

From urban to medieval, the cities of Poland are home to many architectural gems; castles, fortresses and ruins. In the countryside, the unspoiled nature of mountains, forests, waterways and lowlands invites you to explore the diversity of the country.

Highlights
  • The benchmark of Polish culture: Krakow
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine, UNESCO World Heritage
  • A unique architecture of Wroclaw
  • A mixture of unforgettable history and modern metropolis: Warsaw
  • Gdansk, a cheerful maritime city
  • Astonishing castles like Malbork or Niedzica Castle
Fun facts
  • Poland has been invaded or has fought for freedom 43 times in the period from 1600 to 1945.
  • The main square of the Old Town of Kraków is the biggest market square in Europe.
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the world´s oldest salt mines, built in the 13th century.
  • Pierogi, or Polish dumplings, are one of the most recognizable Polish dishes outside of Poland.
  • Poland has an impressive 16 World Heritage Sites, one of them is also the world´s largest castle: Malbork.

Tours

Eastern Europe tour

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22 days

Explore the ´New Europe´s´ finest destinations on the Eastern European Private Tour. Complete tailor made tour for everyone who would like to visit all that Eastern Europe has to offer on a tour with start and end in Vienna, taking you to all the main sites from Prague, Krakow, Budapest all the way to Lake Bled, Sarajevo and Dubrovnik.

Short excursions around Southern Poland

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