With its colossal historical heritage and natural expanses, Poland invites you to explore the most sparkling elements of its Slavic soul. From Warsaw to the Carpathian Mountains in the south, from the Baltic Sea to the Mazury, an intense radiance emanates from this nation.
The grandiose reliefs of its wild landscapes with the scents of sap are in perfect harmony with the prestige of its venerable cities. With so much variety on offer, and the warm welcome extended by its hospitable people, Poland constantly surprises and delights its visitors in equal measure. Whether it's inside the gates of the highly moving Museum of the Warsaw Uprising or by walking along the cobblestones of the old town, the beating heart of Poland will be well and truly felt with every footstep. It's impossible to remain unmoved as you look at the splendor of Krakow, this jewel of Gothic romanticism that's so perfectly embodied by Wawel cathedral alone. A living memory of medieval Europe, this city is a reflection of its majestic medieval square, Rynek: lively and unmissable. Stupendous in its historical heritage, Poland also enchants with the magnificence of its open spaces. A simple ramble along the shores of the Baltic Sea will delight the most stoic of travelers, with its lush flora and strangely Mediterranean landscapes, with long, white sandy beaches and bright blue water that seems to burst into heavenly song. The town of Zakopane, Poland's winter sports capital, guarded by the imposing Tatra Mountains, is sure to win you over. This is the perfect destination for experiencing the more rustic side of the Polish soul, through cozy cottages, rides in a horse-drawn carriage rides and exotic folklore. The country is certainly not short of customs. From the polska, the dance of Swedish musicians, to its gastronomic delights, Poland is a feast for the traveler's eyes, offering the very best of the influences that Poland has experienced. So of course, the culinary elegance that is found there is both surprising and delicious. In addition to the soups and goulashes, why not try a zawijany zraz, some beef roulades, or maybe a bigos, the famous stew with cabbage!