Poland is a big country in central Europe. Its climate is a mix of continental and maritime where summers are generally warm and winters are rather cold. May to October is the best time to travel to Poland. Although it is a destination, which can be visited all round the year, but summer is the most preferable season.
How to Travel to Poland
Poland is easily accessible through various modes of transportation. Poland has regular car-ferry services hounding the routes from Denmark and Sweden. Euroline buses travel from various bordering countries to Poland.
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Euroline trains travel from countries like Prague, Germany and London. All major international flights in Poland arrive at Warsaw-Frederic Chopin Airport. National carrier LOT covers all European capitals, Germany, US cities, Canada and Israel. Other airlines like CentralWings, EasyJet, Ryanair, etc. cover the major cities within Poland.
Major Tourist Attractions in Poland
Amazingly beautiful nature and landscapes, historical monuments and world heritage sites along with traditions and hospitality are the factors that credit to the success of tourism in Poland. Major Polish cities that attract thousands of tourists every year are Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw, Gdansk and Pozna. They are major tourist attractions in Poland and host a variety of events.
World heritage Sites Draw Tourism in Poland
World heritage sites are major tourist attractions in Poland, the most famous being Auschwitz, the largest Nazi concentration camp. The other one is the Royal Palace in Warsaw.
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Wieliczka Salt Mine, the only mine in the world that has continuous operation since the medieval times until today, is yet another world heritage site in Poland.
Travel to Poland Must Include
Your itinerary must comprise visits to many castles and palaces including The Royal castle, Gniew castle, Moszna castle, Niedzica castle, Ciechanow castle, Reszel and Olsztyn. Monasteries are also major tourist attractions in Poland. Czestochowa, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Swieta Lipka, etc. are few of the famous monasteries in Poland.
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Nature can be seen in all its forms in Poland. From Lake Hancza (Poland’s deepest lake) to Table Mountains and their fabulous rock formations, you can enjoy nature in its every bit. Bledow Desert, which is the largest in Central Europe and Slowinski National Park on the Baltic coast, which is famous for its most unusual sand formations, are all part of major tourist destinations in Poland.
Things To Do in Poland
There are several different activities waiting for you in Poland! Hiking, cycling, skiing or water-sports – you can enjoy anything. Seaside on the North, mountains on the South, and lakes and forests on the East makes tourism in Poland a huge success. Water-sports include Kayaking, Yatching, Sailing, Surfing and kite surfing. Many lakes and the Batlic Sea serve as great destinations for water sports.
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Tatra Mountains are well developed for hiking activity. Skiing and snow-boarding activities are important part of Poland travel programs. Popular ski routes are Zakopane, Kasprowy Wierch, Karpacz and Szklarska Poreba. Spa and wellness resorts are a treat when you travel to Poland. This makes a grand way to end your holiday in Poland.