Castles, battles, kings and wars, Poland's history is vast and vivid. From well-worn Gothic buildings to restored ruins spanning the centuries, Poland's cities are each beautiful in their own, sometimes battle-scarred, way. Once you land in Poland, you'll be treated to unspoiled scenery right across the country with lakes, beaches and mountains surrounding its historic hubs.
Sitting pretty between the Baltic Sea and Carpathian Mountains, capital city Warsaw will likely be your first port of call. Its 'Centrum' area makes for a great introduction to Poland, spread over several districts home to museums, eateries, and the charming Old Town.
Elegant Krakow, the so-called 'cultural capital' of Poland, boasts a Heritage-listed city centre, with a blend of modish bars and medieval meeting places. A stately Polish city, Krakow maintains a youthful vibrancy thanks to its large student population. If you'd like to delve deeper into Poland's intriguing culture, make your way to Lublin, Poznan, Wroclaw and Gdnask.