Poland is a thriving Eastern European country, with medieval cities and lush southerly mountain ranges. Its diverse history has provided it with many important monuments, buildings, churches and castles. Warsaw and Krakow are among Poland’s top destinations, both offering diverse sightseeing spots and hedonistic nightlife scenes. 

    Poland’s south-eastern regions are especially mountainous, particularly around Zakopane. This resort town lies at the base of the Tatra Mountains, and is excellent for winter sports and summer hikes. Catholicism thrives in Poland, with religious monuments and artefacts attracting pilgrims from all over the world. Devotees come to Częstochowa for the Marian shrine in the Pauline monastery and the famed Black Madonna of Częstochowa.

    Where & what to eat in Poland

    • 10 Best Polish Foods Everyone Should Try

      Polish cuisine is often an unexpected highlight of many people’s trip thanks to the country’s food culture that's every bit as rich as other European nations. Packed full of flavour and calories, many of the best Polish foods are rich, meaty, and served in belly busting portions. Here are the best dishes in Poland that you shouldn’t miss.

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