For history lovers and admirers of Renaissance, Baroque and Gothic architecture, a break to Poland has to be on top of the list of any European destination. There are no less than 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites to discover throughout Poland, including Walsaw’s and Krakow’s Old Towns, the Bialowieza Forest, Wieliczka Salt Mine and Centennial Hall in Wroclaw.
What you’ll love most about Poland
- The Royal Lazienki Museum and its surrounding park is one of the most beautiful sights in Walsaw
- Krakow’s large Rynek Glowny Central Square and Cloth Hall marketplace has to be explored
- The maritime city of Gdansk is an essential place to head for the best examples of Polish culture and a boat or cycle tour is a must
- The historic city of Wroclaw features hundreds of miniature dwarf figurines dotted in random spots around the streets to find while exploring
Please note that the estimated temperature, rainfall and recommended months of when to go are based on Warsaw’s weather patterns