Poland is a unique land, abounding in unique flavours, aromas, and colours. It takes pride in its breathtaking and world-only scenery, its history and unique tokens of the past as well as excellent cuisine and hotel and catering services and infrastructure. Although Poland reports an impressive growth in the number of foreign tourists, the country still remains an undiscovered gem among the other nations of the East-Central Europe.
Poland's nature and compelling history are its unquestionable assets and work like a magnet for visitors.
Our coastline is 770 km long and boasts exceptionally wide and sandy beaches; the Great Mazurian Lakes with the impressive infrastructure and extensive facilities attract the aficionados of sailing and canoeing; Poland has 23 national parks; 45 cities enjoying the health resort status; scenic mountain ranges perfectly suited for hiking and all kinds of winter sports; and beautiful and well-preserved castles and palaces.
When thinking Poland, you think about its turbulent history. The sites reminding of and commemorating the WW2 tragedies, such as concentration and extermination camps (Stutthof, Treblinka, Majdanek, and Auschwitz-Birkenau). Famous musicians and composers – among them Frederic Chopin, painters like Wojciech Kossak or Jan Matejko, and discoverers like Copernicus.
As many as 14 Polish sites and buildings are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, for example, the Old Town of Kraków and the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
Although our language is very complicated, customs not always easy to understand and some of the roads still bumpy, our geographical location, culture, natural values and safety will make your time spent in Poland an unforgettable and once-in-a-lifetime experience.