As it turns out, there are many things to do in Poland for any type of traveler, whether you are seeking outdoor thrill or cultural holidays.

Its position in Central Europe means you can discover a diverse landscape, from the choppy Baltic sea in the north and the jagged Tatra Mountains in the south. The country is full of virgin forests, lovely lakes, and national parks worth a detailed exploration too.

Top Things To Do In Poland

If you’re not sure what to do in Poland, then keep reading for some of our favorite attractions in Poland not to miss.

Fall in Love with Krakow

The city’s architectural heritage escaped almost unscathed from the horrors of the Second World War, and thanks to that, it’s brimming with historical landmarks and beautiful architecture.

Explore the Depths of the Wieliczka Salt Mines

You can learn about the development of salt mining over time, look at the ancient mining equipment and, most importantly, get amazed at the beautiful carvings, statues, and altars made of salt.

Pay Your Respect at Auschwitz

Quiet yet poignant, incomprehensible yet indelible, Auschwitz-Birkenau is deeply moving. You will leave the museum with a sharpened feeling of compassion, and fervent hope that such cruelty will never happen again.

Visit the Medieval Town of Torun

The Gothic buildings are considered to be some of the most beautiful in the world and are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Sandomierz, Poland’s “Little Rome”

Sandomierz, located on the seven hills like the Italian capital, is the perfect medieval city to discover if you like to get off the beaten path.

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