From soaring mountains in the south, to vast lakes and evergreen forests in the North, Poland boasts a diversity of spectacular landscapes, whilst its major cities, are some of the most beautiful, and charming in all of Europe.
Skiing, kayaking, hiking, and paragliding are just some of the myriad exciting activities on offer, making the country a paradise for lovers of adventure and the outdoors, whilst history buffs can explore medieval fortresses and castles, baroque cathedrals, museums and some of WWII’s most sobering memorials.
Beginning and ending in Warsaw, in between you will visit some of the country’s most fascinating destinations, including Krakow, Gdansk, and Poznan, and encounter some of its most famous landmarks.Book Now
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A perfect trip for first-time visitors, this 9 day tour encompasses many of the country’s best sights, and comes inclusive of accommodation, meals, in-country transport, guides and a number of additional extras.Book Now
A number of operators including Ryanair, Jet2, British Airways, LOT Airlines, and Easyjet offer regular direct flights from a number of major UK airports to both Warsaw and Krakow.
The summer months are the best times to visit.
We recommend a minimum of 3 days.
Currently, UK citizens do not require a visa to visit Poland.