Poland

Wroclaw

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
  • Astonishing castles like Moszna 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 Europe Tour. Complete private 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.

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