Poland is a country with a thousand-year history and traditions, of which tangible evidence can be found in the monuments of defensive, sacred and industrial architecture present in the cities of Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Poznań, Wrocław and Sandomierz.
Its geographical position in the center of Europe has allowed the meeting of different cultures. In addition to the historical and artistic treasures, Poland also enchants visitors with incredible natural landscapes such as the Bialowieza Forest where the bison live or the splendid marsh ecosystem near Biebrza.
The city of Poznan
Wilanow’s palace in Warsaw
Accomodation – The hotel offer in Poland is very varied, you can stay either in luxury hotels, or in simpler but equally comfortable hotel facilities. In addition, you can also sleep in renovated castles and historic houses and also in farmhouses surrounded by nature.
Food – Polish gastronomy is best known for its sliced products, cheeses and drinks such as vodka, beer and honey-based liqueurs.
Flying to Poland – Low cost airlines operate numerous flights that connect Italy directly to Poland. Warsaw has two airports, while Krakow is close to the Krakòw Balice and Katowice Pyrzowice airports.
Getting around – Traveling by train is a convenient way to visit the country and there is a single search engine, made available by the Polish state railways PKP, from which you can buy tickets for most of the routes and types of connection . To reach Poland from Italy you can also travel by bus thanks to numerous private transport companies. In the big cities buses and trams are efficient and by purchasing the “tourist card” you will travel comfortably with a single ticket.
Suggested daily budget – around 30 to 100 EUR