Poland – The World’s Largest Archipelago

Home to 38.5 million people, Poland sits in the near heart of Europe, bordered by Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and the Russian enclave Kaliningrad.

Poland is a country that is rich in scenic landscapes, fine culture and the extraordinary historical sites. Whether, you are up here exploring the vibrant cities of the nation, the forests and lakes of the serene countryside or some of the other phenomenal tourist attractions of Poland, you can be assured of taking back with you some rich memories.

Picturesque cities such as Kraków and Gdańsk vie with energetic Warsaw for your urban attention. Elsewhere, woods, rivers, lakes and hills beckon for some fresh-air fun.

Poland is a country of 1000-year-old history, rich traditions and abundant cultural heritage. The legacy of bygone centuries that includes monuments of architecture, historical mementos and masterpieces of art is perfectly combined with the wealth of Polish nature and its original landscapes.

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Explore the World-renowned UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Krzemionki, the newest UNESCO site in Poland, Tarnowskie Gory Silver Mine, Wooden Tserkvas of the Carpathian region.

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Malbork, the largest Medieval Castle in Europe, old city of Zamosc etc. From the times of the Temple of Sybilla, the first museum in Poland created in Puławy, some 200 years have passed. Polish national parks are also an exceptional reason to visit the country. The twenty-three protected areas represent the best scenery and outdoor exploration opportunities.

Each one is remarkable but the most appealing and popular ones are genuine wonders and make a list of the must-see for nature-lovers.

Poland is a country full of unique traditions and customs, especially those rooted in the Catholic faith. Spending Christmas in Poland is a real treat for travelers.The holiday season is packed with longstanding cultural traditions, an array of special culinary dishes and vibrant Christmas markets that brighten up the chill of winter.

Poland is famous for amber and silver. Apart from the classic necklaces and those polished, gold like nuggets it is worth looking for original examples from young artists. Beautiful items can be found in the Metal gallery and in the Warsaw M. Gallery. The jewelers, Kruk, sell pieces with Kujawian patterns painted on ceramics and jewellery with that unique striped flint stone, the stone of optimism.

There is no homogeneity of flavour between North and South or East and West but rather, a wealth of flavours that is simply staggering. Culinary diversity is one of Poland’s treasures.

Away from the big cities, much of Poland feels remote and unspoiled. Well-marked hiking paths criss-cross the country, taking you through dense forest, along broad rivers and through mountain passes. Much of the northeast is covered by interlinked lakes and waterways ideal for kayaking and canoeing – no experience necessary.

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