Top places to visit in Poland
Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot are collectively called Trojmiasto (three cities). Located at the Baltic Sea (in northern Poland) they’re a perfect weekend break destination. Gdansk is very romantic with its old beautiful buildings, lovely streets and amber history. Sopot is famous for its pier and Gdynia has gorgeous beaches.
Krakow, Wroclaw and/or Poznan
These are all gorgeous cities with marvelous Old Towns. You’ll be astonished at the beauty of the old architecture there.
The capital city of Poland has a bit of everything: the Old Town (that was meticulously rebuilt after World War II), beautiful parks, plenty of restaurants, museums, theatres, concert halls, clubs, art galleries and entertainment venues such as the famous Copernicus Centre.
The Tatra Mountains
If you like hiking or skiing, visit one of the villages in the Tatra Mountains. Zakopane is the most popular resort there and offers great accommodation options including gorgeous chalets but it’s also very crowded (especially in the peak season) and rather touristy.
Gorgeous area for fishing, swimming, canoeing, cycling or simply being close to nature. If you like peaceful, off the beaten paths, this is the best place to visit in Poland.
This town is a must-see for all castle lovers. The huge medieval castle there is just amazing so if you’re on holiday in northern Poland, don’t miss out on it. To really get the feel of the place, opt for a night tour. The evening Light & Sound shows are fun too.
The Table Mountains (Gory Stolowe)
Unlike many other mountains the Table Mountains are really fun to climb right from the bottom to the top. Thanks to crevices, original rock formations and lovely viewpoints, they’ll make a lovely hike for both adults and older kids.