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Discover the Baltic Beauty on Poland Holidays

Destinations Poland

The Republic of Poland is a beautiful country in central Europe.  Lapped by the waters of the Baltic Sea, this nation shares its borders with Lithuania, Russia’s Kaliningrad, Belarus, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Germany.  The continental climate of Poland ensures hot summers and cold winters. Hence, Poland is a delightful destination that offers diverse activities on all seasons. The visitors can hit the beaches at the coastal towns on the Baltic Sea in summers and in winters; they can revel in the festivities and cultural celebrations. And also, this Baltic country turns into a winter wonderland of sports. Furthermore, one can explore the wealth of history and architecture at the charming medieval towns of Krakow and Warsaw.  However, enjoy the Poland Holidays either with a city break or a Christmas break or even with a beach break.

Above all, the adventure seekers can do skiing, hiking and even try mountain biking along the trails of the Carpathian and Tatra Mountains in Poland.

Visit the Incredible city of Krakow on Holidays to Poland.

Warsaw might be the capital of Poland, but brimming with a rich history, colorful culture and stunning architecture, Krakow is the cultural capital of Poland. Hence, this city should be a must in the bucket list of Holidays to Poland.

Wavel Castle

The imposing Wavel castle is a must-visit in Krakow and indeed this is the most attractive and iconic structure in this city. Once a royal castle, it is now turned into an amazing museum. Here, explore the exotic display of paintings. Certainly, Leonardo Davinci’s ‘The Lady with an Ermine’ captivates everyone in this museum.

St Francis’ Basilica

Steeped in history, the 13th century St Francis’ Basilica erected in brick is an excellent site to visit in this city. The beautiful stain glass windows designed by Polish writer, painter, poet, interior and furniture designer Stanislaw Wyspianski, magnifies the beauty of this basilica.

St Benedict’s Fort

Built-in the 1850s by the Austrians to protect the strategic bridge of Vistula River, St Benedict’s Fort is another beautiful redbrick structure. Even though abandoned from entry, this redbrick structure is a real stunner from outside. Furthermore, visit the UNESCO world heritage site, Kazimierz Neighbourhood in the Jewish District. Indeed, this is a great spot to explore the magnificent museums and relax in the bars or cafes at this bustling colorful center.

Enter the King’s Chambers in Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital and the largest city of Poland that offers rich culture, history, and architecture to explore on a holiday. The old town square is the perfect spot to start exploring this city. Developed in the 13th century and damaged in the 20th century, this square is rebuilt by keeping the Renaissance, Gothic, Baroque, and neoclassical architecture intact. In fact, this square is a spectacular spot to traverse through the rich history of this city. And also, buy few souvenirs in the shops, boutiques, and galleries lined up at this square.

The Royal Castle

Built-in the 14th century, The Royal Castle is an excellent place to discover the king’s chambers, beautiful paintings, and opulent furniture. And also, one can visit the museum, the Parliament and the Assembly Hall in this palace.

The Palace of Culture and Science

The Palace of Culture and Science is another architectural icon in the city. Above all, this 778 feet structure is the tallest building in Poland. Finally, Lazienki Park is the largest lung space in Warsaw. Spread across 76 hectares, this sprawling park was actually constructed as a bath park in the 17th century.  Moreover, this is a fantastic location to relax by the lakeside and enjoy the scenic views of the park on Holidays in Poland.

Hike the Tatra Mountains on wonderful Polish Holidays

The wonderful winters in Poland keep the visitors warm and agile with the world of activities. Located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains, Zakopane is a lovely resort town to visit on Polish Holidays.  From here, visit the Tatra National Park to enjoy the hikes and views of spectacular Strazyska Valley. In fact, one can reach this valley easily by hiking. And those who are not avid hikers can walk about half an hour to reach the beautiful Siklawa waterfalls. Indeed, this serene setting is perfect to relax and enjoy the sips of hot tea at the foot of Mount Giewont. Furthermore, one must visit Mount Kasprowy to enjoy the cable car rides. In fact, this is the famous destination for both summers as well as winters. The professional skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the two skiing pistes present at this place

Relish the Hearty Polish Cuisine

The eclectic cuisine of Poland has evolved over the centuries. Influenced largely by central European cuisines, the gastronomy of Poland mainly relies on pork, chicken, and beef. Furthermore, the vegetables, herbs, and spices are also extensively used in the preparation of delicious veggies. However, the hearty polish cuisine is heavy with cheese, butter, and eggs. Finally, rock the taste buds in Poland either with Krakow food tours or with the trips to the woods.

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